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Baby Loves Disco comes to Washington, free yoga lessons in Dupont Circle, and The Twelves at U Street Music Hall

Baby Loves Music travels across the country transforming hot night clubs, like U Street Music Hall, into childproof discos. Photograph courtesy of Baby Loves Music

Wednesday, August 17
Looking for a break from the routine playground circuit? Then you’re in luck; Baby Loves Disco is taking over the Rock and Roll Hotel. Parents and their little ones are invited to dance, play, and munch on healthy snacks. There will be bubble machines, game rooms, and classic disco tunes. Tickets ($20, Free for infants) can be purchased at the event Web site. 5 to 8 PM. But if you can’t make tonight’s event, don’t worry—the fun is moving to Harborplace Mall in Baltimore tomorrow.

MUSIC: The Twelves, with support from Gloves and AutoRock, are dropping by U Street Music Hall. The electronica duo broke into the music scene in 2007 after remixing MIA’s “Boyz.” You can sample some of their tracks here. For tickets ($10), go to the event Web site. 9 PM.

DC BEER WEEK: Victory Brewing Company is taking over the Georgetown and Dupont Pizzeria Paradisos tonight. Twelve of their popular brews will be on draft including Braumeister Pils, Hop Devil, Summer Love, and Hop Wallop. Mingle with Bill Covaleski, president and brew master of Victory, while enjoying $3 drafts from 5 to 7 PM. Plus, you’ll get a free Victory glass with your purchase. Cheers! Editor’s note: The Victory Brewing Company event was scheduled for August 16. We regret the error.

YOGA: Lululemon, a favorite destination for chic yoga apparel, is hosting a free Vinyasa yoga class in Dupont Circle. So grab some friends, bring a mat, and find your inner om. 6:30 PM.

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Andrew Beaujon joined Washingtonian in late 2014. He was previously with the Poynter Institute,, and Washington City Paper. He lives in Del Ray.