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Smithsonian Weekend Events: Bunnies, Bling and All That Jazz

Friday, April 10: Annual Bunny PartyIs your best friend a 6-foot 3 and one half inch rabbit? Are your tea parties never without a march hare in attendance? Or, do you just live in fear of the cotton-tailed creature living down the street? Spring is here, so come sing, dance, play and listen to stor...

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Friday, April 10: Annual Bunny Party



Is your best friend a 6-foot 3 and one half inch rabbit? Are your tea parties never without a march hare in attendance? Or, do you just live in fear of the cotton-tailed creature living down the street? Spring is here, so come sing, dance, play and listen to stories about bunnies and enjoy a little something sweet to eat ( Hasenpfeffer will NOT be served.) For bunny aficionados ages 2-6. Tickets required. Rates are: $6 for adults; $5 for children (ages 2-16); $4 for Resident Members. Call 202-633-8700 to reserve your spot today. Discovery Theater, 10:15 AM and 11:30 AM. Repeats Saturday April 11 at 12:00 PM



Saturday, April 11: Jazz Concert with Julia Keefe



Come on babe, why don't you paint that town—with all that jazz? It's Jazz Appreciation Month and the Smithsonian is offering a number of free concert for your listening pleasure. Tonight, award-winning vocalist Julia Keefe will be putting her stamp on the swing-era songs made famous by Mildred Bailey. Free. American Indian Museum, 2 PM. Repeats today at 4 PM



Sunday, April 12: ImaginAsia: Moonlight and Clouds



Silver and gold decorations are never out of season or style. So come out to the Freer and learn about Japanese silver and gold masterworks and make your own silver and gold picture. This program is for persons aged 8-14 and must be accompanied by an adult. Reservations are required for groups of more than 8 people. If you need to make a reservation, call 202-633-0461. Free. Freer, 2:00 PM
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