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1. Women's Suffrage Parade - On March 8, 1913, thousands of women marched along Pennsylvania Avenue to demand the right to vote. It was the first-ever women's suffrage parade in Washington, D.C, and marked a significant moment in the fight for women's rights.

2. Cherry Blossom Festival - Every year, March 8 marks the beginning of the National Cherry Blossom Festival in Washington. The festival celebrates the gift of 3,000 cherry blossom trees from Japan in 1912, and attracts millions of visitors to the city each year.

3. International Women's Day - Since 1994, March 8 has been recognized as International Women's Day. The day celebrates the achievements of women and raises awareness about gender inequality. In Washington, D.C, there are marches, rallies, and events held to mark the occasion.

4. St. Patrick's Day Parade - While not always on March 8, the St. Patrick's Day Parade often falls on or around the date. The parade is a long-standing tradition in the city and attracts thousands of spectators each year.

5. Flag Day - Washington, D.C celebrates Flag Day on June 14th each year, but March 8 holds significance as the day the first U.S flag was raised in battle during the American Revolution. The flag, known as the Grand Union Flag, was flown by George Washington’s Continental Army during the Siege of Boston in 1776.

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