Friday September 28th
Get into the Homecoming spirit with the Mr. Georgetown Pageant at 7:30pm (doors open at 7:00pm) in Gaston Hall. There will be performances by GU Bindaas, Tate Tucker, and the Phantoms. Come and watch the gentlemen of the graduating class battle it out for the crown. Tickets will be sold at $10 in advance and $13 at the door.
La Maison Française is hosting their 5th annual Euro Night. For all the Francophiles and Europe-lovers out there, make your way down to the French Embassy at 4101 Reservoir Rd Washington, DC for a night of European culture, food and live music and dancing.
If you’re into the modern art scene, the Metamorphosis I Exhibition will be opening tonight at Dumbarton House, 2715 Q Street NW Washington, DC. Re-worked pieces from the Dumbarton House collection will be featured; include metalwork created by artists from across the United States. The event is free for students with ID.
Saturday September 29th
Get ready for the world’s largest paint party being held at the RFK Stadium Grounds, Life in Color: the E.N.D. Tour (the Electronic Never Dies); that’s Dayglow to you and I! Performing will be Dada Life, Bingo Players, Lucky Date and Des McMahon. Everyone get out your white booty shorts and neon headbands!
The Asian American Student Association is hosting “Taste of Asia” from 7-9pm at Malaysia Kopitiam Restaurant, Dupont. RSVP to email@example.com if you want delicious Asian food and a different dining experience.
Want to satisfy your weekend noms? Head down to the Friendship Heights Village Center for the Taste of Friendship Heights Festival 2012. Food will be provided from some of the area’s best restaurants and a portion of the proceeds will be donated to a local charity.
The DC Mayor’s Office on African Affairs is hosting its 3rd Annual DC Africa Festival at Banneker Recreation Center, 2500 Georgia Avenue NW, Washington DC. This is your chance to experience African fashion, culture and food. Don’t miss it!
Sunday September 30th
The National Gallery of Art is hosting a lecture titled “The Serial Portrait: Photography and Identity in the Last One Hundred Years”. It will take place at 2pm and will feature about 150 pieces from 20 different photographers. Artsy people take note!