Post by Punch Preview Correspondent Whitney Stringer
Looking for some fun ways to spend your first Friday night of the year? Take a look at these suggestions:
Saturday 2 & 8pm
Ticket prices start at $36.50 and can be purchased here.
Manners & Tea With Mrs. B
If you have a little one that would enjoy (or is in need of!) a fun etiquette lesson, the new Bethesda Safeway (5000 Bradley Boulevard) is hosting a free tea party with Mrs. B. Guests are encouraged to don their fanciest attire for the affair where they will be treated to a manners lesson, an chance to make a floral bouquet and of course participate in a formal tea.
Admission is free. To sign-up send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Commander In Chic
Start of the year with a healthy does of First Lady Fashion. Head over to the downtown D.C. Barnes & Noble(555 12th Street, NW) and join author Mikki Taylor for a discussion and book signing for her newly released, Commander in Chic: Every Woman’s Guide to Managing Her Style Like a First Lady. Known for her fashionable choice, in this election year Mrs. Obama is sure to impress on the campaign trail, and maybe with some of these tips you too can look the part!
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