Good morning, my little Bitchy babes. It’s been a wild couple of weeks hasn’t it? The calendar is a little sparse this week, perhaps because you’re all expected to be sitting poolside, pina colada in hand, waiting out the summer doldrums. Here’s what you can expect this week.
Start your week off right with tequila and trivia hosted by Living Social. Enjoy an evening hosted by Metro DC DJs, mingle with fellow attendees and test your brainpower with questions, music rounds, and picture rounds from PubStumpers Trivia League. Tickets, $5. 6 p.m., 918 F St N.W., Washington, D.C.
Giveaway! We’ve gotten ourselves a hold of 30 tickets to a complimentary screening of the new flick Ruby Sparks by the director of Little Miss Sunshine. You can download two free tickets to Tuesday night’s flick by clicking here and entering the code “BWB3YGX”. The screening is first-come first-serve so we suggest you get there a bit early. 7:30 p.m., Georgetown AMC Theaters, 3111 K Street N.W.
Earlier in the day, head to Capitol Hill to shop for jewelry from D.C.’s most famous local designer, Queen Bee Jewelry. The baubles are designed by Allison Priebe Brooks, a regular on the social scene, and have been worn by top political ladies Ann Romney, Laura Bush and Michelle Obama. The trunk show takes place 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. at Cornerstone Government Affairs, 300 Independence Ave. S.E, Washington, D.C.
Take a break mid-week with complimentary yoga in the Dupont Circle Park. The class is put on by Lululemon P Street and all you need to do is show up with your mat in hand. 6:30 p.m., Dupont Circle.
Get out of the heat and enjoy some putt putt at the National Building Museum. Mini golf at the Museum is an interactive exhibition—with 12 one-of-a-kind holes designed by leading architects and built into the galleries. It’s open all summer long but staying open late this Thursday until 9 p.m. in order for you to play after work. 401 F Street N.W., Washington, D.C.
Now that its cooler (kind of), I’ll be at Jazz in the Garden this evening picnicking with my gal pals. 5 p.m., National Sculpture Garden, Washington, D.C.
Snag some serious designer duds at ridiculously low prices when the Gilt Warehouse Sale comes to town. We’ll be there bright-and-early Saturday morning. Tickets are $15 and include shopping, music from a DJ and snacks and drinks from Veev, Vita Coco, Fiji, PopChips and KIND Bars. Longview Gallery, 1234 9th St. N.W., Washington , D.C.
Brunch. Lately, we’ve enjoyed The Pig and Blue Duck Tavern (reviews coming this week) as well as Boqueria and Patisserie Poupon. We’ve had plenty of mediocre brunches as of late at Howard Theatre, Paolo’s Ristorante and The Brixton. But, you’re not mediocre, now are you, my darlings?