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Columbia Heights Day Saturday! And A Bloombars Event Saturday Night.

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Located between 11th & 13th Streets on Kenyon St. NW

At Harriet Tubman Elementary School

I think this is going to be a really good time. I’d like to highlight one event though. At 1:45-2:00 There is the Columbia Heights Cupcake Eating Contest sponsored by Sticky Finger’s Bakery and I’ve been told Council Member Jim Graham will be a participant!

Bloombars is also having a fundraiser Sat. night:

“To Benefit Haitian Hurricane Victims”

Start Time: Saturday, October 4 at 8:00pm
End Time: Sunday, October 5 at 1:00am
Where: Bloombars on 11th Street just north of Wonderland

All the other details and itinerary after the jump.

  • Community Bike Ride and Costume Pet Parade

10:30AM at Tivoli Square

  • 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 Mariachi Band sponsored by Taqueria Districito Federal

1:45-2:00 Columbia Heights Cupcake Eating Contest

sponsored by Sticky Finger’s Bakery

2:45-3:00 Capoeira performance by the Int’l Capoeira Angola Foundation

3:45-4:00 Sigmund Henry

4:45-5:00 Dance Performance by LAYC

  • Wonderland Ballroom Bandstand:

11:00-11:45 Steppin’ Out

12:00-12:45 Bare Feet Band www.myspace.com/barefeetband1

1:00-1:45 Patricio Zamorano

2:00-2:45 Flex Mathews www.flexmathews.com/

3:00-3:45 Mr. Awesome www.myspace.com/96914735

4:00-4:45 Pure Light Seed www.purelightseed.net

5:00-6:00 Michael Jantz www.michaeljantz.com

  • Family Zone

Petting Zoo & Moonbounce

Popcorn and Snow Cones

Face Painting

Children’s games and crafts

Senior’s Pavilion

  • Restaurant Specials

Wonderland Ballroom: Happy Hour all day

Red Rocks Pizzeria: Happy Hour all day

CommonWealth Gastropub: Happy Hour all day

The Heights: Special Menu

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

Pete’s Pizza: $5 Pint & Slice

El Rinconcito Deportivo: Free Samples on 11th St.

La Cabana: Free Samples on the field

Taqueria Districito Federal on the field

  • Community, Government & Political Organizations

Capital Letters

DC Fire Department

DC Habitat for Humanity

DC Youth Advisory Council

Development Corporation of Columbia Heights

District Playhouse

Friends of the Congo

Health Right

Latin American Youth Center

Metropolitan Police Department

Northwest Community Church

Office of Councilmember Jim Graham

Office of Tenant Advocacy

Patrick Mara for DC Council, At Large

Re-elect Kwame Brown Campaign

Returned Peace Corps Volunteers of Washington, DC

  • Artisans

Alfred Johnson Bright Leaf Pottery

Cooke Lee Jewelry Designer Accessories by Catherine

Graylon Freeman T-shirt Insurgency

  • Businesses

BB&T DCUSA

Faux Athletic Recreational Tournaments Highland Park

Katie’s Balloons Peggy’s North of the Border Gifts

Room 11 Score!

Slumber Parties by Catherine Target

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