Are you looking for another way to celebrate the coming of spring, while also enjoying some delicious food, themed cocktails, and a good cause?

Come check out the Newseum Nights: In Bloom event hosted by the Newseum on Friday, April 13. Here are all the details. WHEN: Friday, April 13, 2018 | 8 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. WHERE: The Newseum | 555 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, Washington, D.C., 20001 COST: Members pay $40 to $50 | Non-members pay $50 to $60 | You can also become a member that night for $75 and receive a free ticket to the event (equating to a $135 value) TICKETS: Purchase tickets to the event here. [caption id="attachment_8403" align="alignnone" width="1024"]Newseum Courtesy of newseum.org[/caption]
DETAILS: This Newseum Night is all about the cherry blossoms, celebrating the coming of spring and the famous Cherry Blossom Festival that occurs in D.C. each year at this time. The theme of the evening will be Japanese sights, sounds, and tastes. You’ll be able to enjoy an open beer and wine bar, and also try one of the signature themed cocktails. Food will be provided by Wolfgang Puck, and will include such dishes as Hibachi-style chicken skewers; sweet and spicy noodle bowl tossed with ginger, honey, sweet peppers and water chestnuts; green tea cheesecake bites; and more. Experience not only food, but other Japanese traditions, such as a karaoke lounge, calligraphy demonstrations, and dance performances. And make sure to check out the Newseum’s latest exhibit, “Pictures of the Year: 75 years of the World’s Best Photography.” You can learn more about what to expect from the event here! [caption id="attachment_8404" align="alignnone" width="800"]Newseum Courtesy of fairfaxwashingtondc.com[/caption] The Newseum Nights event series celebrates recent/seasonal happenings and raises money for the Newseum, which is one of the most interesting and well-attended museums in Washington, D.C. If you’re looking to support the work that they do, this is a great event to attend! Are you planning to attend Newseum Nights: In Bloom? Let us know in the comments below!

There's plenty to do in the city this spring: the Human Rights Festival is April 21!