The clowns are coming! The clowns are coming!
And so are the puppeteers, musicians, storytellers and countless other performers representing the European Union.
The Kids Euro Festival runs through Nov. 10, and while many of the performances, film screenings and workshops are walk-in friendly, some of the not-to-miss events require reservations.
But never fear, we are here to help make sure you don’t miss the best events this weekend.
●Kennedy Center : A puppet show from Slovenia Friday, a musical from Greece Saturday, and a clown from Slovakia Sunday — all tare part of the Millennium Stage’s 6 p.m. shows. No registration required.
●National Geographic : In the spirit of exploration, National Geographic hosts a screening of “Copernicus’s Star,” on Saturday at 1 p.m. The animated film tells the story of the astronomer who figured out that the sun is stationary. No reservations required.