Whether you're a couch potato or adventure seeker, we've got you covered
February is the shortest month of the year (even in leap years, when it has 29 days instead of 28), but that doesn't mean there isn't lots to do in the city.
We've got a mix of virtual and in real life recommendations for every interest: There's skiing and tubing, virtual plays, hikes under the full moon, craft nights, Valentine's Day celebration ideas, ways to ring in the Chinese New Year, and more! Note: We've curated recommendations for ways to celebrate Black History Month in a separate post so be sure to check that out, too!
WITNESS DATING DRAMA (NOT YOUR OWN!): Join Ryan, a gay man with a high sex drive and cerebral palsy, on his search for love, a date or ever a hookup at Woolly Mammoth's staging of "Hi, Are You Single?" Download will be available for 48 hours. (Feb 1 - 28, $15.99)
PLAY WORD GAMES: While the museum is temporarily closed, Planet Word is offering an awesome line-up of virtual programs so make sure to check out the museum's calendar. (Feb 3, 9 and 16, Free)
LOVE IN COLOR: Do you love romance novels but never see yourself represented in them? Or are you looking to dive into the romance genre but don't know where to start? If so, the Love in Color Book Club is just for you! Join the DC Public Library on the first Wednesday of each month as we discuss a romance novel written by an author of color. (Feb 6 at 6pm, Free)
GO BACKSTAGE: Places everyone! Get a peek into the offstage work that helps create the magic that you see onstage. Led by long-time Arena Stage collaborators, you will see examples of their work, hear stories about the people they’