Free and Easy Events
Thursday, Oct. 1
Guido van der Werve at the Hirshhorn
Dutch artist Guido Van der Werve, whose short films are currently showing at the Hirshhorn's Black Box, discusses his career and video installations.
Friday, Oct. 2
Moneytown at Dahlak
November October edition of the monthly soul-and-funk fest should be even more fun than usual, thanks to guest DJs from other great D.C. nights like Fatback and Brazilian Rhythms.
Saturday, Oct. 3
Art on the Avenue in Alexandria
Full of arts and craft vendors, this neighborhood festival boasts food vendors, activities for children, a pie-baking contest and three stages of music featuring rock, salsa, zydeco and honky tonk.
Sunday, Oct. 4
Takoma Park Street Festival
Takoma Park's Main Street turns into a giant block party with live music -- including acts like the Nighthawks, Chopteeth, the Grandsons and Tom Principato -- plus food vendors, local artists, crafts and family activities.
Update: We moved the events we wrote about earlier in the week to the bottom of the post. This way, it's easier for you to find our Free and Easy picks for today at the top.
Monday, Sept. 28
'Studs' at Solas Nua's 'Irish Popcorn!'
On the fourth Monday of the month, the Irish arts group Solas Nua screens a contemporary Irish film at the Flashpoint gallery and offers up all-you-can-eat popcorn. The 2009-10 season begins with "Studs," a comedy about a hopeless amateur soccer team. It stars Brendan Gleeson, also known for his role as as "Mad Eye" Moody in the "Harry Potter" films.
Tuesday, Sept. 29
'No Limit Vs. Cash Money' at Expo
Party to the catalog of the Dirty South's biggest rap dynasties -- including Juvenile, Mystikal, Snoop and Master P -- at a special night from Nick The 1da and DJ Forge.
Wednesday, Sept. 30
'Open Spaces/Collective Spaces' at the Art Museum of the Americas
You have one last chance to see this show, dedicated to innovative Colombian architect Rogelio Salmona, who was known for his gorgeous brickwork. Drawings, photos, video and scale models are all included.
-- Fritz Hahn
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