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From a press release:
“What: Barracks Row Fall Festival – Stage acts, bands, large petting zoo, crafts
booths, festival foods, sidewalk cafes, beer garden.
Who: Mayor Bowser opens Festival at noon; Max Major, Mentalist; Marine
Corps Silent Drill Platoon; Trapeze School NY; Belga-Matchbox beer
garden. Magicians, stilt walker, dog acts.
When: Saturday, September 24, 2016; 11AM to 5PM
Where: Along Barracks Row- 8th St, SE, between Pennsylvania Ave and I St, SE.
Eastern Market Metro Stop- Orange, Blue, Silver lines
Why: Celebrate revival of the oldest commercial corridor in DC as friends
citywide come back together to usher in Fall in the historic
heart of Capitol Hill. Meet new businesses: &pizza; Eat Bar; Summit to
Soul; Taoti Creative; The brig, Wiles-Mensch and, opening in
November: The Skill Zone”
and from MPD:
“The Metropolitan Police Department and the Department of Transportation would like to inform the public of street closures in conjunction with the 2016 Barracks Row Fall Festival scheduled for Saturday, September 24, 2016.
The following streets will be closed from 6:00 am – 6:00 pm.
8th Street SE from E Street SE to I Street SE
G Street SE between 7th Street SE and 9th Street SE”
“The Metropolitan Police Department and the Department of Transportation would like to inform the public of street closures in conjunction with the annual Turkish Festival on September 25, 2016.
The following street closures are from approximately 4:00 am to 10:00 pm:
· Pennsylvania Avenue, NW from 12th Street, NW to 14th Street, NW
· 13th Street, NW from E Street, NW to Pennsylvania Avenue, NW”
“Rock Creek Conservancy is the nonprofit dedicated to protecting Rock Creek and its parklands.
- Saturday, Sept. 24, from 9 to 11 a.m. (Melvin Hazen) Details and Registration
- Saturday, Sept. 24, from 10 a.m. to noon (Piney Branch) Details and Registration”
Don’t know if you are familiar with DC Sail, located at the SW Waterfront, but it’s DC’s community sailing program. DC Sail offers beginner and intermediate sailing lessons, full memberships which include weekend boat access and weeknight social and member sails, and recreational racing.
I am a volunteer sailing instructor there, but I was writing to pass along that our annual regatta, the Cantina Cup (Cantina Marina is the main sponsor) is this Saturday. There is a Corona Spectator Boat, which is DC Sail’s 65-foot schooner the American Spirit, which will take people out to watch the races and provide beers and snacks. It’s a great opportunity to see DC from the perspective of the middle of the Potomac across from DCA, something most DC residents have never done. The American Spirit also does regular sunset and sail’n’baseball cruises.
Tickets are still available for the public at http://dcsail.org/spectator-
and last but not least:
“5th Annual Wiener 500
DC’s Best Oktoberfest Celebration is Back!
When: Saturday, September 24, 2016 | 1pm to 5pm
Where: Yards Park | 301 Water St SE, Washington, DC
Why: A benefit for Washington Humane Society
What: Dachshund races, food trucks, cold beer, live music, a family friendly FREE event!
Kick off Oktoberfest at the Fifth Annual Wiener 500! 1pm – 5pm on Saturday, September 24 at Yards Park in the Capitol Riverfront. $500 in cash and prizes will be awarded to the speediest dogs! Over 96 dogs raced in 2015!
Don’t have a dog? Come listen to live music by Lloyd Dobler Effect, drink cold Sam Adams Octoberfest Beer, participate in the official Sam Adams stein hoisting competition, experience great food truck food and watch the funniest race around on a 17 foot jumbotron! Wes Johnson, voice if the Capitals will be calling the play-by-play and his dachshund Cosy will be an honorary racer.
This is a family-friendly, FREE event, but you must be 21+ to drink beer, no outside alcohol allowed. Race proceeds will be donated to Washington Humane Society.
Don’t have a Dachshund? You can still take part in the excitement with the all-breed contest for best dressed dog! Plus, there will be local vendors and giveaways from DC’s best pet friendly businesses.
For more information and to sign up your Dachshund to race, visit www.wiener500.com!”
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Neighbor to Neighbor Day
Learn, serve, and celebrate! Join A Wider Circle for Neighbor to Neighbor Day: a day of learning opportunities (including a panel discussion featuring WAMU’s Michael King and Morgan Baskin), special volunteer projects, plus carnival games, arts and crafts, delicious food