Here is a listing of the events I’ve found for the Mid-Atlantic region.
Kennedy Center: Washington D.C. NSO Prelude: Christoph Eschenbach, piano, Friday October 8th at 6pm – FREE
National Symphony Orchestra Music Director Christoph Eschenbach plays piano in an all-Beethoven program, joined by violinist Christian Tetzlaff. NSO members Joel Fuller and Alexandra Osborne, violin, Mahoko Eguchi, viola, and Rachel Young, cello, are also playing.
AC More Crafts: Get ready for Halloween by creating this fun ghost with Styrofoam and Model Magic. Ages 4+ 1pm-3pm
Toys R Us: Saturday October 9th from 12pm to 2pm Bakugan Battle. Be sure to check with your local store to make sure they are participating.
LakeShore Learning: Sat Oct 9th, make a brief case that can hold paper and supplies!
Walmart: Check to see events at your local Walmart. It looks like they are offering different samplings this weekend.
Philadelphia Film Festival, October 14th – 24th
For 2010, the Festival is once-again a 10-day event, with 11 different screens in 6 venues throughout Philadelphia as well as at the Bryn Mawr Film Institute. Curated by new Artistic Director Michael Lerman, with assistance from new programmers Tom Quinn and Ryan Werner, the 19th Philadelphia Film Festival will feature 216 screenings of more than 100 domestic and international narrative and documentary films, as well as a multitude of short films. The Festival will also include VIP receptions and events, a variety of panels with industry professionals and some very special guests.
(thanks in part to frugalfindsforfrugalminds!)