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Creative cocktails and all the single ladies

Did you know that DC has the oldest average age for marriage? Find out why at a screening of Seeking Happily Ever After, a documentary that explores why there are more single women in their thirties now than ever before, at Sixth & I Historic Synagogue. A Q&A with filmmaker Michelle Cove follows the movie. 7 PM. Tickets ($8) are available here.

Hear two legends of American folk and roots music at Strathmore. Joan Baez and Steve Earle are performing songs from her last studio album, Day After Tomorrow, which he coproduced, as well as others from both of their careers. 8 PM. Tickets ($49.50 to $75) are available here.

Drinking really is an art form at the Art League Gallery’s Art on the Rocks benefit. Five bartenders from local watering holes are taking on the challenge of creating a cocktail inspired by a work of art from the gallery’s “Dinner Party” exhibit. Partygoers can sample the drinks and vote for their favorites. There’ll also be prize drawings, drink-making demos, and appetizers. 6:30 to 10:30. Buy tickets ($25) here or at the door ($30).

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