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Weekend Guide: August 22-25 Check out our top weekend picks for local family fun.

Thursday 22

Baby Storytime

Experience a pre-reading interactive program designed for babies 6-24 months and their caregivers. Caregivers will also get the chance to talk, read, play, and learn together with their children after the program. Prince William County Library, Central Community Branch, 10:30-11 a.m. Free. pwcgov.org

Friday 23

Family Math Night

Enjoy an exciting and educational STEM night where children explore math at their levels through interactive games and activities. Sponsored by Mathnasium. Montclair Regional Library, 6:30-7:30 p.m. Free. montclairlibrary.org

Saturday 24

Sing-Along ‘Sound of Music’

Give those vocals a warm up and get ready to celebrate a 50-year-old family classic with this one-of-a-kind sing-a-long event. The film returns to the screen in Technicolor … with a twist. Chant along using on-screen lyrics and become a singing superstar with the kiddos. A costume contest follows the performance. 7:15 p.m. $25-$45. wolftrap.org

World Heritage Festival & Festival of Kites

Taste delicious ethnic food, get refreshed with a scoop of ice cream or shaved ice or even a fresh smoothie while enjoying a cultural show on the main stage! There will be more than 60 artists displaying everything from fine art to jewelry, ceramics to crafts and every creative item in between. The kids’ zone will have activities and games throughout the day. Ida Lee Park Recreation Center, Leesburg, Va., 11 a.m. Free. leesburgva.org

17th Street Festival

Enjoy a full day of fun celebrating all that 17th Street has to offer. Explore the area’s diverse roundup of restaurants and retailers, including 100 vendors with more than 60 artists and makers. Shop for fine art, jewelry and crafts! Perfect for the kids as well, the festival offers a “Kids’ Zone,” which includes kid-friendly activities, snow cones, face painting and more. 1501 17th St., N.W., Washington, D.C., Noon. Free. 17thstreetfestival.org

Sunday 25

Tricks Are For Kids

Grab the kids and enjoy a day of family fun with some magic, laughs and plenty of audience participation. This event is hosted by award-winning magicians Brian Curry and Barry Wood. 3 p.m., $30-$40. Washington, D.C., catchmeshow.com

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