Weekend Guide: Girl Scout Cookies, Ice Skating & More
The weekend is here! How are you going to spend it in Georgetown and Arlington?
When/Where: 2 to 6 p.m. Friday and 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday at Saxbys Coffee, 1332 35th St. NW, Washington.
Why Go: Pick up a box of your favorites. In Georgetown the Holy Trinity School troop will be selling at a booth at Saxbys Coffee. If you're looking for a booth in Arlington, use the handy cookie booth tracker.
Price: $4 a box
When/Where: 10 p.m. Friday and Saturday at the Arlington Cinema & Drafthouse, 2903 Columbia Pike, Arlington
Why Go: Rothbart is considered a rising star in the comedy field and is one of the stars of MTV's "Punk'd." He has appeared on the Tonight Show With Jay Leno and a number of other television shows.
3. Georgetown Ice Rink Closing, Arlington Open Until March 18
Why Go: Get in a few last winter moments before spring arrives. Skating wraps up in Georgetown Sunday, but Arlington's Pentagon Row will stay open through March 18.
Price: Georgetown- Adults $9, Children $7, Skate Rental $5. Arlington
Adults $8, Children $7, Skate Rental $3.
When/Where: Beginnng at 10 a.m. Sunday at Sprinkles Georgetown,
3015 M St. NW, Washington.
Why Go: In honor of its second anniversary, Sprinkles Georgetown is giving away a free sample of Sprinkles red velvet ice cream to the first 200 customers Sunday. Ice cream is currently only available at the Beverly Hill location, but could soon be coming to the Washington area. Be the first of your friends to try it and pick up some cupcakes in the process!
Price: Free ice cream for the first 200 customers.