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Columbia Heights Day Schedule Announced

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Taking it 2 the Heights!

The 2nd Annual Columbia Heights Day is here, Saturday, October 4th 2008

Festivities start at 10am on the grounds of Harriet Tubman Elementary School located at 11th and Kenyon Streets, NW.

Wonderland Ballroom Bandstand:

11:00-11:45 Steppin’ Out

12:00-12:45 Bare Feet Band

1:00-1:45 Patricio Zamorano

2:00-2:45 Flex Mathews

3:00-3:45 Mr. Awesome

4:00-4:45 Pure Light Seed

5:00-6:00 Michael Jantz

More after the jump.

DCUSA Second Stage:

10:00-10:30 Free Yoga by Quiet Mind Yoga

11:45-12:00 Zumba by Washington Sports Club

12:45-1:00 Dance Performance by LAYCO

1:45-2:00 Columbia Heights Cupcake Eating Contest sponsored by Sticky Finger’s Bakery

2:45-3:00 Capoeira performance by the International Capoeira Angola Foundation

3:45-4:00 Mariachi performance sponsored by Taqueria Distrito Federal

4:45-5:00 The Wilson Brothers


BB&T Family Zone

  • Petting Zoo

  • Moonbounce

  • Popcorn and Snow Cones

  • Children’s games and crafts

  • Senior’s Pavillion


Activities & Attractions

  • 10:30 at Tivioli Square Costumed Pet Parade and Community Bike Ride

  • Health and Safety Exhibitions

  • Local Artisans and Community Organizations

  • Canned Food Drive


Restaurant Specials

  • Wonderland Ballroom: Happy Hour all day

  • Red Rocks Pizzeria: Happy Hour all day

  • The Heights: Special Menu

  • CommonWealth Gastropub: Columbia Heights Cocktail

  • Tonic: $4 Yeungling & $0.50 wings (minimum 6)

  • Pete’s Pizza: $5 Pint & Slice


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