What's Doing

LIVE BUTTERFLY SHOW -- Open daily from 10 to 4, through Sept. 18. Butterflies fly freely in an indoor garden of nectar plants. $4.50, ages 3 to 12 $3.50. Brookside Gardens, 1800 Glenallan Ave., Wheaton. 301-962-1400.

"NANTUCKET ON THE SEVERN" -- Designer show house, open Friday and Saturday 10 to 5, Sunday noon to 5, Thursday 10 to 5, through June 26. Tour the waterfront property redecorated by 11 interior designers. $20, for the Anne Arundel Medical Center DeCesaris Cancer Institute and the Hospice of Chesapeake. 517 Scrimshaw Lane, Severna Park. 443-336-0873 or 410-279-4088.

"HOOP DREAMS" TOURNAMENT -- Saturday 9 to about 7. About 128 three-to-five person basketball teams compete for trophies and prizes. A benefit for the Hoop Dreams Scholarship Fund. On Pennsylvania Avenue NW between Third and Sixth streets. 202-414-4774.

CRAFTS SHOW -- Saturday 10 to 6. Displays by about 40 artists and artisans. King Farm Village Center, Pleasant Drive and King Farm Boulevard, Rockville. 301-869-8623.

"SUMMER NIGHTS AT Hillwood" -- Saturday 10 to 8, Sunday noon to 7. Garden and mansion tours, storytelling, puppet shows, music by opera and chamber ensembles. $25, students $15, ages 6 to 8 $5. Reservations required. Children under six not permitted in mansion. Hillwood Museum, 4155 Linnean Ave. NW. 202-686-5807.

ANTIQUES SHOW -- Saturday 11 to 7, Sunday noon to 5:30. About 160 exhibitors. $6, ages under 14 free. Sponsored by the Kiwanis Club of Arlington at Thomas Jefferson Community Center, 3501 Second St. S., Arlington. 703-553-0173 or 301-933-9433.

"NEW THOUGHT MUSIC and Arts Festival" -- Saturday 11 to 10. Entertainment, crafts fair, children's actvities, food vendors. $25 in advance, $30 at door, under 17 free. Unity of Fairfax, 2854 Hunter Mill Rd., Oakton. 703-281-1767.

LATINO FESTIVAL -- Saturday noon to 10, Sunday noon to 9. Entertainment, folk dancing, crafts fair, food vendors. $4, under 12 free. Patterson Park, Eastern and Linwood avenues, Baltimore. 410-783-5404.

JUNETEENTH FESTIVAL -- Saturday 1 to 6. Music, crafts fair, food vendors. Outdoors in the 900 block of Wythe St., Alexandria. 703-838-4356 or 301-449-1245.

"BIG TIGGER'S CELEBRITY Classic" -- Saturday at 6. Benefit basketball game with entertainers and NFL and NBA athletes. $20 to $100, for AIDS/HIV charities. Burr Gymnasium, Howard University, 2400 Sixth St. NW. 202-397-7328.

ANTIQUE CAR SHOW -- Sunday 10 to 3:30. Displays of more than 400 classic and antique cars, music, parts flea market, food vendors. Sully Historic Site, 361 Sully Rd., Chantilly. 703-437-1794.

BENEFIT GALA -- Tuesday at 6, for the D.C. Youth Orchestra. $100. Meridian House, 1630 Crescent Pl. NW. 202-723-1612.

"TWILIGHT TATTOO" -- Wednesdays at 7, through June 29. A military pageant and drills by the U.S. Army Third Infantry, Fife & Drum Corps, Drill Team and Army Band musicians. On the Ellipse, south of the White House. Free. 202-685-4989.