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Wednesday, May 22, 2019

Chase the Fun with Rural Dog Rescue’s Spring Scavenger Hunt

Kick off the start of cherry blossom season with Rural Dog Rescue's Spring Scavenger Hunt and Cherry Blossom Photos on Sunday, March 31! Check-in will start at 9:30...

Say Hello Rentals! With a Margarita Thursday at Frager’s

Frager's Hardware is celebrating St. Patrick's Day and the return to warm weather with a party rental preview from their rental company Hello Rentals! Stop...

Attend Maury Think Tank & STEM Expo

Maury Elementary invites the Capitol Hill community to attend their free Think Tank and STEM Expo on Thursday, March 28, 6-8 p.m. Enjoy science fun...

Eastern’s Lady Ramblers Play for Championship Sunday

Eastern High School’s Lady Ramblers Basketball team is in it to win it. On Sunday, March 3, they’ll play for the DC State Athletic...

Attend Discussion on Affordable Housing and Gentrification

The DC Bar Association has scheduled a new date for a session on affordable housing and gentrification that was cancelled due to inclement weather. “Gentrification...

Registration Open for Sports, Games with DC Fray

Sure, it may have just snowed. But spring is just around the corner and what better way to be outdoors and enjoy the scenes,...

Nominations Open for EMCAC Community Representative

Members of the Eastern Market Community Advisory Committee (EMCAC) will hold an election for the seat of Independent Community Representative.  The election will be take place...

Celebrate Eastern Market Main Street at Annual Meeting

Raise a glass with Eastern Market Main Street (EMMS) to celebrate the accomplishments of their second year. The EMMS Annual meeting takes place from...

Enjoy Fun at Maury Elementary Saturday Book Sale

It’s looking like it'll be a bit chilly outside this weekend –so why not enjoy the good times indoors at the Maury Used Book...

Ongoing Project Feeds Families Affected by Furlough

On day 33 of the government shutdown, affected families had one less thing to worry about. More than 80 affected people had dinner courtesy...