Ages 6-12.This musical play chronicles the struggles and triumphs of pioneering African American baseball players.
Ages 2-6.The Not-Its! rock kids and families with their up-tempo albums and performances that give children their first "rock show" experience.
Ages 6-11.The Science Guys of Baltimore bring us a hands-on presentation about the exciting principles of chemistry and color.
Ages 3-7.Letters, numbers, and sing-along songs make this super sports saga extra special.
Ages 5-10.The magic of earth science takes center stage in this fun, interactive Discovery Theater original play.
Ages 10 and up.Emanuel Ringelblum shares the stories of vanished lives eloquently told in the words of the people who lived them.
Ages 2-6.Take a new look at our beautiful world through the kaleidoscope of Emmy Award-winning children's arts educator Alex Mitnick.
Ages 5-10.Follow a horticulturist from Smithsonian Gardens through the paths of the beautiful Haupt Garden to discover habitat stations and learn how plants and animals live together and support each other.
Ages 3-7.Gather round the iconic tree of life for traditional, songs, stories, and dances from “Iya” Bashea Imana and her talented troupe of Kuumba Kids.
Ages 3-7.It’s field-trip day and Jojo can’t wait to get to the zoo!
Ages 4-8.Get ready to explore the world under your feet in this underground puppet adventure.
Ages 3-8. Award-winning children's songwriter & recording artist, Yosi, brings songs, dances & instruments from around the world to you!
Ages 4-10. Red scales, white tails, and blue tongues - a variety of colorful live reptiles from the USA for you to meet!
Culture Shock DC shares the power, beauty, and energy of hip-hop in an interactive performance
Ages 5-12.Discover the engineering marvels, new and old, that make our world great and explore new technologies that will make it even stronger!
Ages 5-16.Don't miss this kid-friendly concert by SWAGFUNK, ranked the #1 Local Funk Band.
Ages 5-16.Washington’s own explosive company shares the richness of African American culture by dancing the heritage of the African homelands