PHOTO: The Kennedy Center lit up last night, as viewed from the Georgetown Waterfront (c) Sery Kim
With so many individual and work-related parties in Washington, D.C., it's very hard to manage what Christmas activities to attend. Thankfully, there are several websites who do a great job helping you identify what to do. Here are some of the best ones:
1. Washingtonian --> I love reading Washingtonian and check it multiple times a day. They break it up with a Monday - Wednesday list and then a much longer, more thorough "Things to Do" list during the weekend. You can check it out here.
2. Destination DC --> This is a general guide which focuses more on a monthly list rather than a bi-weekly list like Washingtonian. You can check it out here.
3. Washington Post --> Of course the traditional newspapers would have a strong list, and The Washington Post has a "Things to Do" list as well. You can check it out here. Be advised, after 10 articles the newspaper goes behind a paywall.
4. Neighborhoods --> Some of the newest neighborhoods in D.C. (The Wharf, Capitol Riverfront/Navy Yard) have their own neighborhood newsletters. You can check out the Capitol Riverfront newsletter here.
I know there are others, but these are the four I check out the most. Enjoy!