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What to Do This Week: June 10 to 13
The first Best of Washington happy hour and the opening of the Source festival. By Jason Koebler
Our 2012 Best of Washington party. Help us kick off this year's Best of Washington season at A-Town Bar & Grill on Wednesday. Photograph by Andrew Propp.
Comments () | Published June 10, 2013

Monday, June 10

DECOR: DC’s quirkiest furniture and tchotchke store, 14th Street’s Miss Pixie’s, is bringing in Art Enables’ Paul Yandura to talk about his collection of random stuff and how you can start your own. A trip to Miss Pixie’s probably isn’t a bad start. Tickets ($10) are available online. 7 PM.


Tuesday, June 11

THEATER: The Source Festival is perfect for anyone who likes theater and has an extreme case of ADD. Hundreds of playwrights from around the country sent in their scripts for off-the-wall ten-minute plays; just a handful were picked for the festival. Check out six of the best Tuesday. Tickets ($20) are available online. 8 PM.


Wednesday, June 12

HAPPY HOUR: It’s Best of Washington season again, and you know what that means—awesome happy hours in the month leading up to the big day. Join The Washingtonian and the Leukemia & Lymphoma society at Arlington’s A-Town Bar & Grill—five bucks gets you a drink and appetizers, and discounted tickets to Best of Washington will be on sale. $5. 5 PM.


Thursday, June 13

BEER: Gulden Draak and Piraat’s Jef Versele (can you tell the beers are Belgian?) will take over Jack Rose’s taps for a Piraat-themed party, featuring $6 pours of 15 beers, a pirate costume contest, lots of free pirate treasure, and more. The brewery has been in operation since before DC was even a thing (1784), so these guys know a thing or two about making a brew. Free. 6 PM.


Know of something cool going on around town? E-mail Jason Koebler at jasontpkoebler@gmail.com, or find him on Twitter

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