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Fall Thrills & Chills

October is a prime time for outdoor events in the D.C. metro area. From haunted house thrills to neighborhood delights, our area offers a plethora of events guaranteed to help you make the most of the fall. Here are a few of our picks for a great season! Columbia Heights Day Date: Saturday, October 11 Location: 11th Street NW, Washington, D.C. This one-day neighborhood festival celebrates the best of Columbia Heights. It offers live vocal and dance performances, dozens of local vendors, pie and cupcake eating contests, food trucks, and plenty of activities for the whole family. All of the festival fun occurs rain or shine. Bennett’s Curse Dates: Friday through Sunday nights from September 13 to November 2 (and additional nights in October) Beginning at 7 p.m. Location: 8024 Max Blobs Park Rd, Jessup, Md. If you love haunted houses, you’ll love Bennett’s Curse. It features three haunted houses in one place: the House of Vampyres, the Sanctuary of Insanity, and Zombie Kingdom in 3D. The houses are not recommended for children under the age of 10.

Written by Gabrielle Marie, Creator of District Style

Maryland Renaissance Festival Dates: Saturdays and Sundays, now through October 19 Location: 1821 Crownsville Road, Crownsville, Md. Don ye finest festival costumes and head to fictional 27-acre village of Revel Grove, home of the second largest Renaissance festival in the United States. With so many performances, activities, and food options to choose from, you could go back more than once and still not have sampled it all! The festival occurs rain or shine. Art on the Avenue Date: Saturday, October 4 Location: Mount Vernon Avenue between Bellefonte and Hume Avenues, Del Ray, Va. This one-day festival celebrates Del Ray’s multicultural and creative community, showcasing more than 300 artists, musicians, and food vendors. Activities are also available for children to enjoy. The festival, which typically attracts 50,000 visitors, occurs rain or shine.

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DomiCile Fall 2014  
DomiCile Fall 2014  

The Fall 2014 Issue highlights the Logan Circle neighborhood in Washington, D.C. and shows off the perfect way to enjoy the season with thin...

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