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The Washington, DC $20 and Under Collection
The Washington, DC $20 and Under Collection
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You don't have to shell out a bunch of cash to have a good time in Washington, DC. From happy hours and group workouts to concerts and workshops, the District is packed with enough free events to keep you busy all week long. Follow this collection to stay up-to-date on events that won't break the bank.
The Washington, DC $20 and Under Collection
  • Breathing, meditation, and special postures will help melt away your stress.
  • This happy hour for singles is presented by LezLink Social Club especially for LGBTQ+ womxn looking to mix and mingle.
  • Show off your creative talents at this free open mic night and maybe even grab some liquid courage at the bar first.
  • Head the basement of Cafe Saint-Ex for a night of stand-up comedy and lots of laughs.
  • Woodlawn Press Winery is offering a free wine tasting to patrons, so get your sip on and save some cash while you're at it.
  • Quiet your mind, body, and spirit with a free meditation class in Arlington.
  • November is National Novel Writing Month, so bring your laptop and your creativity. It's time to write it out.
  • Attend this free lecture on paper clay art led by Rebecca Hutchinson, Professor of Ceramics at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth.
  • Head to the iconic Cafe Saint-Ex for a night of adult fun and laughter.
  • Practice your Français in this advanced-level conversation group during the happiest of hours.
  • Meet up with other players for a casual game of chess and grab a pint or two as an added bonus.
  • Laugh out loud with some of the area's funniest comics and be sure to order a drink from Bier Baron's renowned beer selection.
  • Join this discussion with author, Robbie Corey-Boulet, about his book titled "Love Falls on Us: A Story of American Ideas and African LGBT lives.
  • Take a free wired cycling class led by instructors from Cycle & Twirl to get your heart pumping and your legs moving.
  • Give the book "Detroit: An Autopsy" by Charlie LeDuff a read. Then, go for a fun bike ride before discssing the book with other riders.
  • Whether you're a native French speaker or a student of the language, join the fun and games with other French speakers.
  • Leave your phone at home and unplug for a few hours as you jam to live DJs and disconnect to reconnect.
  • Get your pic with Santa, pick up some holiday decor for your home, and sip on cocoa — all in one place.
  • Start your morning with a bodyweight bootcamp, move into a yoga flow class, and finish off with a Fitbit giveaway and games.
  • This holiday event will feature handmade, African-themed artisanal products and a pop-up store that will help you check off everyone on your list.
  • Pack your mat and bend, breathe, and stretch all your troubles away.
  • The 16th Annual Tree Lighting Ceremony is upon us, so get cozy with complimentary hot chocolate and cookies, plus enjoy the Georgetown Visitation Madrigals as they perform holiday classics.
  • Discuss all things baking at this pop-up cookbook event, complete with a book signing that will make for the perfect gift for your foodie friend.
  • Calling all history buffs! The White House Historical Association has your next read and then some, so get your nerd on at this holiday book fair.
  • Put your arts and crafts skills to work and create a unique holiday card to pop right in the mailbox.
  • Whether you've been naughty or nice, come visit with Santa, munch on gingerbread treats, and even write a letter to old Saint Nick himself.
  • Get your holiday shopping done in one shot with a market full of everything from arts and crafts, to jewelry and baked goods, to body and hair care.
  • This meditative practice will help make space in the more dense tissues of the body with long holds in certain poses and deep stretches.
  • Breathing, meditation, and special postures will help melt away your stress.
  • This happy hour for singles is presented by LezLink Social Club especially for LGBTQ+ womxn looking to mix and mingle.
  • Show off your creative talents at this free open mic night and maybe even grab some liquid courage at the bar first.
  • Head the basement of Cafe Saint-Ex for a night of stand-up comedy and lots of laughs.
  • Woodlawn Press Winery is offering a free wine tasting to patrons, so get your sip on and save some cash while you're at it.
  • Quiet your mind, body, and spirit with a free meditation class in Arlington.
  • November is National Novel Writing Month, so bring your laptop and your creativity. It's time to write it out.
  • Attend this free lecture on paper clay art led by Rebecca Hutchinson, Professor of Ceramics at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth.
  • Head to the iconic Cafe Saint-Ex for a night of adult fun and laughter.
  • Practice your Français in this advanced-level conversation group during the happiest of hours.
  • Meet up with other players for a casual game of chess and grab a pint or two as an added bonus.
  • Laugh out loud with some of the area's funniest comics and be sure to order a drink from Bier Baron's renowned beer selection.
  • Join this discussion with author, Robbie Corey-Boulet, about his book titled "Love Falls on Us: A Story of American Ideas and African LGBT lives.
  • Take a free wired cycling class led by instructors from Cycle & Twirl to get your heart pumping and your legs moving.
  • Give the book "Detroit: An Autopsy" by Charlie LeDuff a read. Then, go for a fun bike ride before discssing the book with other riders.
  • Whether you're a native French speaker or a student of the language, join the fun and games with other French speakers.
  • Leave your phone at home and unplug for a few hours as you jam to live DJs and disconnect to reconnect.
  • Get your pic with Santa, pick up some holiday decor for your home, and sip on cocoa — all in one place.
  • Start your morning with a bodyweight bootcamp, move into a yoga flow class, and finish off with a Fitbit giveaway and games.
  • This holiday event will feature handmade, African-themed artisanal products and a pop-up store that will help you check off everyone on your list.
  • Pack your mat and bend, breathe, and stretch all your troubles away.
  • The 16th Annual Tree Lighting Ceremony is upon us, so get cozy with complimentary hot chocolate and cookies, plus enjoy the Georgetown Visitation Madrigals as they perform holiday classics.
  • Discuss all things baking at this pop-up cookbook event, complete with a book signing that will make for the perfect gift for your foodie friend.
  • Calling all history buffs! The White House Historical Association has your next read and then some, so get your nerd on at this holiday book fair.
  • Put your arts and crafts skills to work and create a unique holiday card to pop right in the mailbox.
  • Whether you've been naughty or nice, come visit with Santa, munch on gingerbread treats, and even write a letter to old Saint Nick himself.
  • Get your holiday shopping done in one shot with a market full of everything from arts and crafts, to jewelry and baked goods, to body and hair care.
  • This meditative practice will help make space in the more dense tissues of the body with long holds in certain poses and deep stretches.
The Washington, DC $20 and Under Collection
The Washington, DC $20 and Under Collection
The Washington, DC $20 and Under Collection
Collection by Eventbrite
You don't have to shell out a bunch of cash to have a good time in Washington, DC. From happy hours and group workouts to concerts and workshops, the District is packed with enough free events to keep you busy all week long. Follow this collection to stay up-to-date on events that won't break the bank.
You don't have to shell out a bunch of cash to have a good time in Washington, DC. From happy hours and group workouts to concerts and workshops, the District is packed with enough free events to keep you busy all week long. Follow this collection to stay up-to-date on events that won't break the bank.
  • Breathing, meditation, and special postures will help melt away your stress.
  • This happy hour for singles is presented by LezLink Social Club especially for LGBTQ+ womxn looking to mix and mingle.
  • Show off your creative talents at this free open mic night and maybe even grab some liquid courage at the bar first.
  • Head the basement of Cafe Saint-Ex for a night of stand-up comedy and lots of laughs.
  • Woodlawn Press Winery is offering a free wine tasting to patrons, so get your sip on and save some cash while you're at it.
  • Quiet your mind, body, and spirit with a free meditation class in Arlington.
  • November is National Novel Writing Month, so bring your laptop and your creativity. It's time to write it out.
  • Attend this free lecture on paper clay art led by Rebecca Hutchinson, Professor of Ceramics at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth.
  • Head to the iconic Cafe Saint-Ex for a night of adult fun and laughter.
  • Practice your Français in this advanced-level conversation group during the happiest of hours.
  • Meet up with other players for a casual game of chess and grab a pint or two as an added bonus.
  • Laugh out loud with some of the area's funniest comics and be sure to order a drink from Bier Baron's renowned beer selection.
  • Join this discussion with author, Robbie Corey-Boulet, about his book titled "Love Falls on Us: A Story of American Ideas and African LGBT lives.
  • Take a free wired cycling class led by instructors from Cycle & Twirl to get your heart pumping and your legs moving.
  • Give the book "Detroit: An Autopsy" by Charlie LeDuff a read. Then, go for a fun bike ride before discssing the book with other riders.
  • Whether you're a native French speaker or a student of the language, join the fun and games with other French speakers.
  • Leave your phone at home and unplug for a few hours as you jam to live DJs and disconnect to reconnect.
  • Get your pic with Santa, pick up some holiday decor for your home, and sip on cocoa — all in one place.
  • Start your morning with a bodyweight bootcamp, move into a yoga flow class, and finish off with a Fitbit giveaway and games.
  • This holiday event will feature handmade, African-themed artisanal products and a pop-up store that will help you check off everyone on your list.
  • Pack your mat and bend, breathe, and stretch all your troubles away.
  • The 16th Annual Tree Lighting Ceremony is upon us, so get cozy with complimentary hot chocolate and cookies, plus enjoy the Georgetown Visitation Madrigals as they perform holiday classics.
  • Discuss all things baking at this pop-up cookbook event, complete with a book signing that will make for the perfect gift for your foodie friend.
  • Calling all history buffs! The White House Historical Association has your next read and then some, so get your nerd on at this holiday book fair.
  • Put your arts and crafts skills to work and create a unique holiday card to pop right in the mailbox.
  • Whether you've been naughty or nice, come visit with Santa, munch on gingerbread treats, and even write a letter to old Saint Nick himself.
  • Get your holiday shopping done in one shot with a market full of everything from arts and crafts, to jewelry and baked goods, to body and hair care.
  • This meditative practice will help make space in the more dense tissues of the body with long holds in certain poses and deep stretches.
  • Breathing, meditation, and special postures will help melt away your stress.
  • This happy hour for singles is presented by LezLink Social Club especially for LGBTQ+ womxn looking to mix and mingle.
  • Show off your creative talents at this free open mic night and maybe even grab some liquid courage at the bar first.
  • Head the basement of Cafe Saint-Ex for a night of stand-up comedy and lots of laughs.
  • Woodlawn Press Winery is offering a free wine tasting to patrons, so get your sip on and save some cash while you're at it.
  • Quiet your mind, body, and spirit with a free meditation class in Arlington.
  • November is National Novel Writing Month, so bring your laptop and your creativity. It's time to write it out.
  • Attend this free lecture on paper clay art led by Rebecca Hutchinson, Professor of Ceramics at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth.
  • Head to the iconic Cafe Saint-Ex for a night of adult fun and laughter.
  • Practice your Français in this advanced-level conversation group during the happiest of hours.
  • Meet up with other players for a casual game of chess and grab a pint or two as an added bonus.
  • Laugh out loud with some of the area's funniest comics and be sure to order a drink from Bier Baron's renowned beer selection.
  • Join this discussion with author, Robbie Corey-Boulet, about his book titled "Love Falls on Us: A Story of American Ideas and African LGBT lives.
  • Take a free wired cycling class led by instructors from Cycle & Twirl to get your heart pumping and your legs moving.
  • Give the book "Detroit: An Autopsy" by Charlie LeDuff a read. Then, go for a fun bike ride before discssing the book with other riders.
  • Whether you're a native French speaker or a student of the language, join the fun and games with other French speakers.
  • Leave your phone at home and unplug for a few hours as you jam to live DJs and disconnect to reconnect.
  • Get your pic with Santa, pick up some holiday decor for your home, and sip on cocoa — all in one place.
  • Start your morning with a bodyweight bootcamp, move into a yoga flow class, and finish off with a Fitbit giveaway and games.
  • This holiday event will feature handmade, African-themed artisanal products and a pop-up store that will help you check off everyone on your list.
  • Pack your mat and bend, breathe, and stretch all your troubles away.
  • The 16th Annual Tree Lighting Ceremony is upon us, so get cozy with complimentary hot chocolate and cookies, plus enjoy the Georgetown Visitation Madrigals as they perform holiday classics.
  • Discuss all things baking at this pop-up cookbook event, complete with a book signing that will make for the perfect gift for your foodie friend.
  • Calling all history buffs! The White House Historical Association has your next read and then some, so get your nerd on at this holiday book fair.
  • Put your arts and crafts skills to work and create a unique holiday card to pop right in the mailbox.
  • Whether you've been naughty or nice, come visit with Santa, munch on gingerbread treats, and even write a letter to old Saint Nick himself.
  • Get your holiday shopping done in one shot with a market full of everything from arts and crafts, to jewelry and baked goods, to body and hair care.
  • This meditative practice will help make space in the more dense tissues of the body with long holds in certain poses and deep stretches.