“The Railroad: Terron Cooper Sorrells” in a
guided tour of The Mansion at Strathmore,
followed by a hands-on art activity. 10: 15
a.m. Reservations required. $5; free for
accompanying adults. The Mansion at
Strathmore, North Bethesda. 301-581-
FOLKLORE SOCIETY OF GREATER
WASHINGTON MID-WINTER FESTIVAL. The
annual indoor festival features about 300
performers singing, dancing, telling stories
and leading workshops. Noon-7: 30 p.m.
See website for schedule and pricing;
there is a family cap. Takoma Park Middle
School, Takoma Park. fsgw.org.
Feb. 8-March 10
HUCKLEBERRY FINN’S BIG RIVER.
Adventure Theatre’s world premiere co-production with The Lyric Theatre of
Oklahoma, is based on the classic story by
Mark Twain and on the Tony Award-winning
Big River musical. Huck Finn’s attempt
to help his friend Jim, a slave, escape to
freedom is a tale of friendship against
ages 4 and older. 10:30-11: 30 a.m. $12.
The Arts Barn, Gaithersburg. 301-258-
NOW FAMILY CONCERT. New Orchestra
of Washington’s family-friendly concert
features NOW Artistic Director Alejandro
Hernandez-Valdez’s Laberinto. An
instrument petting zoo is included. 11 a.m.
$10; free for ages 12 and younger. Temple
Emanuel, Kensington. 240-745-6587,
ANGELINA BALLERINA. This family-friendly
show brings to life the beloved storybook
about a ;ctional mouse who is training
to become a ballerina. 10 a.m. Friday; 1
and 4 p.m. Saturday. $12-$25. BlackRock
Center for the Arts, Germantown. 301-528-
KIDS TALK & TOUR. Kids ages 7 and older
get a close-up view of “Night: The 28th
Annual Strathmore Juried Exhibition” and
all odds. Recommended for all ages.
See website for times. $20. Adventure
Theatre MTC, Glen Echo. 301-634-2270,
Feb. 9-March 31
MOUSE MAGNIFIQUE AND DICKENS’S
DAVY COPPERFIELD. Imagination Stage
has two plays in rotation: the musical
adventure Mouse Magnifique runs Feb.
9-March 24 and is based on the books
Anatole and Anatole the Cat by Eve Titus.
Recommended for ages 4 and older. Davy
Copperfield, which also has music, runs
Feb. 16-March 31 and is described as
“freely adapted from Charles Dickens’s
semiautobiographical novel David
Copperfield.” Recommended for ages
6 and older. See website for times and
prices. Imagination Stage, Bethesda. 301-
NOAA OPEN HOUSE. Meet scientists and
weather forecasters with the National
Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
and engage with interactive exhibits
for aging adults
and their families
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