Turkey Thicket Park
1100 Michigan Avenue, NE
July 27, 2013 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
Archaeology in the Community (AITC) is a DC-based education nonprofit dedicated to teaching students of all ages about how archaeology works and why it’s so important. On Sat. July 27th, AITC will be holding a public, kid-friendly festival at Turkey Thicket Park. Along with displays, artifacts and posters with fun ways engage, families will have opportunity to do mock excavations, while enjoying live music, face painting, and food from some of DC’s best food trucks. Anyone who loves archaeology, history, face painting and food trucks should stop by!
2031 Florida Avenue, NW From Veritas’ facebook page: “It is sad to say that after almost 7 years, it is time for Veritas Wine Bar to say goodbye. Our last day will be Saturday August 2nd. Thanks to all our wonderful guests, amazing suppliers, winery friends, and our staff that have made it a great […]
Photo from Woodley Road near Calvert by PoPville reader MM Your captions in the comments and winners (free PoP t-shirts, tote bags or onesies) picked Friday. If you find a caption particularly funny be sure to let me know in the comments so I can select a reader pick too.
“Kale, 1 habañero (soon to be many more), several tomatoes, lots of Thai basil, and an insane amount of chard! Some of Ledroit Park community garden’s bounty” If you have a great haul, beautiful tomato or something like that, send an email and a couple photos to princeofpetworth(at)gmail with your neighborhood and garden haul in […]
Cool wheelbarrow planters in Cleveland Park.
One of my many go to houses from Mt. Pleasant: