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Art Beat With Sean Rameswaram, May 11

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Who wouldn't want to spend Sunday in the Woods with this bunch?
Virginia Chamber Orchestra
Who wouldn't want to spend Sunday in the Woods with this bunch?

(May 12) It ain’t easy being Mom
Just in time for Mother’s Day, SpeakeasyDC presents Bad Mommy Moments at the Silver Spring Cultural Arts Center Saturday night. Moms tell comical tales about all the victories, failures, surprises, and unwavering love that come with the mom-territory.

(May 12-13) Living Well in Bolivia (in D.C.)
Moms and dads and kids in Bolivia know how to have a good time and they’ll share some secrets this weekend at the National Museum of the American Indian. The Bolivian Living Well festival features a Baroque music concert, dance, storytelling, and all sorts of food.

(May 13) Sunday in the Woods
If you want to treat mom to some beautiful sounds, the Virginia Chamber Orchestra presents Sunday in the Woods at the Ernst Community Cultural Center in Annandale. The program features an overture and an operatic love duet by Debussy as well as a few activities for the kids.

Music: “Debussy’s Clair De Lune” by The Boston Pops Orchestra

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