It’s ooky and spooky! It’s filled with ghouls, goblins, monsters, and mayhem! It’s the Silver Spring Holiday Crafts and Treats Event!
From arts & crafts vendors, to jewelry, bath and body products, holiday decor, treats and desserts, and much more. Kick off the holiday season here!
Just in time for the kid’s candy celebration of Halloween, come on out to the Veteran’s Plaza for a delectable excursion in the world of sweets and desserts!
Veteran’s Plaza in Silver Spring, MD will be hosting its first dessert fair this fall season. Taking place on Sunday, October 30, from 12 noon until 5 pm.
Then, of course, with Halloween right around the corner, there will be a Kid’s and Pet’s Halloween Costume Parade! With the Kid’s Halloween Parade having a best costume prize from 3 pm - 3:30 pm. But costumes are encouraged for everyone!
Other fun activities include pumpkin decorating, storytelling, and much more. Admission is free!Read More
Voted in the number one spot on the list of Top Ten Essential Restaurants Across America according to Resy, everyone needs to visit Restaurant Elle.
Featuring both a daytime and dinner menu, everyone will find something they love!
The daytime menu features classic brunch staples. Such as coffee and tea to drink. Then, breakfast sandwiches, bagels, burgers, and sandwiches. Also featuring sweet treats like scones, muffins, and cookies.
The dinner menu also seems to be just as delicious. With poutine, burgers, pasta, and more. As well as desserts, cocktails, wine, and beer!
Restaurant Elle is open during the daytime from 8 am until 3 pm, seven days a week. Counter service only, no reservations- seating is first come first serve. As for evening dining, outdoor reservations are accepted. However, outdoor reservations may be canceled due to inclement weather unless seating is available indoors. A credit card is required for reservations, no-shows will be charged $25/ person. For both daytime and evening, a 20% service fee is automatically added to every bill.
Restaurant Elle is located at 3221 Mt Pleasant St NW, Washington DC, 20010.Read More
Let’s cut to the chase, Halloween is peaking its head around the corner. Well, it’s a headless horseman head! With that, there is nothing more exciting than decorating for Halloween. Here are some DIY decorations you can make to get in the spooky spirit!
Delightful Devilish Handsoap- Buy some hand soap from the Dollar Store, and fill it with a few plastic spiders or festive confetti for an ominous touch.
Make A Pumpkin Vase- Turn your pumpkin into a vase for a Halloween-chic centerpiece.
Whip Up A Scary Dessert- Your desserts can double as decor, too. Try making some Halloween dirt cups; chocolate pudding topped with Oreos, chocolate chips, and Belvita cookies.
Send Test Tubes Invitations- Don't limit Halloween party decor to the big event itself. Make sure your invitations are just as spirited and fun.
Paper Bats- Frame a doorway with flying paper bats for a super simple but fun Halloween vibe at home.
Decorate your entire space with these terrifyingly terrific DIYs!Read More