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Nov 12, 2012 - Embrace the warmth of fall in Maryland

Embrace the warmth of fall and visit Maryland by traveling with Bus Company Maryland by bus or limo.

Through November, the Kids Euro Festival will be staged in nearby Washington DC. This is the time that bus rental tourists will get to experience the event staged through the cooperation of the 27 Washington-based European Union embassies and more than a dozen major local cultural institutions will include more than 200 free performances around the city.

Through November 14, 2012. The event, one of the country's largest performing arts festivals for children aged two through twelve with more than 200 bus tour rental free events around the city will be staged through the cooperation of the 27 Washington-based European Union embassies and more than a dozen major local cultural institutions will include more than 200 free performances around
the city.

The month-long event will feature artists in almost every performing genre with talents ranging from bubble-blowers to a virtual orchestra to storytelling to acrobats.

Embassies Participating in Kids Euro Festival are: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, The Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, The Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, and the United Kingdom.

Meanwhile, venues Participating in the Kids Euro Festival are: Kennedy Center’s Millennium Stage, Shakespeare Theatre's Harman Hall, Strathmore Mansion, AFI Silver Theatre, THEARC, Imagination Stage, Discovery Theatre, Library of Congress, National Children's Museum, National Gallery of Art, DC Public Library, The Washington Ballet, Goethe-Institut, House of Sweden, La Maison Française, The Austrian Cultural Forum Washington, PG County Public Library, The Studio Theatre, Capitol Hill Arts Workshop, National Geographic Museum, Avalon Theatre, Source Theatre,
Montgomery College, Hillwood Estate.

While all that is happening, don’t forget about the Fall Fringe Festival. The annual performing arts event in Washington, DC brings back select highlights of the summer festival that introduces risk-taking art and non-traditional performances including theater, dance, music, poetry, puppetry and more. Shows run until November 18, 2012 at 607 New York Ave, NW, Washington DC.

Performances include:
Surly Robot Presents, R.U.X. (Rockwell's Universal seXbots) Holly Bass, Double Consciousness Redux Justin Purvis, Burlesque + Belly Laughs Kelly Bond and Melissa Krodman, Colony Clown Cabaret, Delusions of Grandeur Rebecca Gingrich-Jones, She Said/She Said Edward Hamell, Eddie's Bar Dizzy Miss Lizzie's Roadside Revue, The Brontes Tilted Torch, The Wildest Night of Your Life
Vijai Nathan, McGoddess Red Knight Productions, Medieval Story Land Adam Ruben and Chuck Na, Dr. Science's Science Time Science-va-ganza! Borealis Theatre, The Battle of Fort Fringe Nu Sass Productions, Tent of Dreams: An Occuplay Shmuel Shohat, The Dybbuk Between Two Worlds

So, enjoy Fall in a while new way with Bus Company Maryland by bus or limo and see a totally different side of the country.

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