The sounds of banjos and fiddles are slated to fill the air around the Anacostia River as part of the Kingman Island Bluegrass & Folk Festival this Saturday.
Concertgoers can expect clouds and possibly some rain, with the temperature rising to the lower 60s Saturday, according to the National Weather Service.
On Sunday, rain and maybe some thunderstorms are forecast to hit the D.C. area. The temperature is expected to get up to the upper 60s.
Here’s what else you might want to know for this weekend:
- The Carpe Librum pop-up used bookstore in NoMa is back.
- Miner Elementary School is hosting a yard sale and fundraiser Saturday.
- J.O. Wilson Elementary School is having kids games and activities, along with food trucks, Saturday.
- The D.C. Rotary Club is putting on a rubber duck race for charity as part of a day of food and music along the Anacostia River Saturday.
- Labyrinth Games & Puzzles is offering several kid-friendly games and activities as part of International Tabletop Day Saturday.
- The annual spring Ladysmiths Art Jewelry sale is hitting Southwest this weekend.
- Literary Hill BookFest is bringing authors to Eastern Market Sunday.
- The annual “Running of the Chihuahuas” in Southwest isn’t happening Sunday as scheduled. Organizers have moved it to a different date, due to the likelihood of rain.
Photo via Kingman Island Bluegrass & Folk Festival/Matthew Brazier