- Platinum sponsor NoMa BID is providing race bags and the services of the Clean Sweep team.
- Another Platinum Sponsor, CPDC/Edgewood Commons, is donating free re-usable water bottles for participants.
- Healthy snack bars are being offered by Bronze Sponsor, Yes! Organic Market.
- Bottled water will be provided by Bozzuto/Monroe Street Market, also a Bronze Sponsor.
- Raffle prizes available from Hilton Garden Inn, Washington Area Bicyclist Association, and Back on My Feet.
- 10% brunch discounts offered on race day at Brookland Pint for those who display a race bib.
- Free caricature drawings by artist Rajan Sedalia--for early birds only (7:30 - 8:30 a.m.).
Wednesday, April 29, 2015
Saturday, April 11, 2015
All sessions are taught at our Fort Totten Garden.
No prior experience is necessary! Total beginners are welcome – as are growers with some experience who want to take it to the next level.
Our all-inclusive summer gardening course begins Saturday, April 18. Expert instruction, your own garden plot, and all materials are provided.
April 18 – August 8, from 10:00am -12:00 noon
- Planning your garden & basic soil needs
- Transplanting and seeding
- Mulching, irrigation
- Pruning, thinning, staking
- Organic pest management
- Plant disease identification and treatment
- Weeding & good maintenance
- Harvesting techniques
- Class wrap-up
- + Weekly staffed hours for questions
Space is limited - register today!
Thursday, April 9, 2015
Wednesday, April 8, 2015
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Lauren Neuvel
MONROE STREET MARKET KICKS OFF SPRING PROGRAM OF EVENTS
WASHINGTON, D.C. – April 8, 2015 – The Bozzuto Group today announced that Monroe Street Market will kick off its spring events schedule on Thursday, April 16 with the community’s “Third Thursdays on the Arts Walk,” a monthly event featuring artist open houses and live performances.
In addition, highly-anticipated retailers The Bike Rack and Filter Coffeehouse, located in a joint retail space on the Arts Walk, will hold a grand opening celebration on Saturday, April 18 from 9am-1pm in conjunction with the first Historic Brookland Farmer’s Market of the 2015 season.
Third Thursdays on the Arts Walk
Monroe Street Market kicks off its series of events on April 16 with Third Thursdays on the Arts Walk, where attendees can stroll along the Arts Walk, listen to music, watch live performances from Dance Place, visit artist studio spaces and support local artists. The Arts Walk features 27 studio spaces with artists who work in various mediums. The Third Thursday events will take place each month until December 17, 2015.
Live Performances on the Arts Walk
Every Thursday, from April 16 to September 246:30pm-7:45pm
Live music and performances will be held on the Arts Walk plaza each week, powered by Dance Place. Each evening will feature a new group – a mixture of neighborhood favorites, such as Sahel and new talent. Rain location is at Busboys and Poets. For more information, visit www.danceplace.org
Interactive Dance Performances From Dance Place
As the Opening Celebration for the Free Art on 8th Event, the partners at Dance Place will present live interactive dance performances. Friday night programming will continue on the Cornerstone Plaza in front of Busboys and Poets. Kicking off April 17 evening from 6:30 – 7pm, POP (People Objects Play) will have an interactive dance for all ages. From 7 – 7:30pmthe Coyaba Dance Theater will showcase African dance and drum. Last, from 7:45 – 8:45pm the DC Casineros will feature Cuban Salsa.
Historic Brookland Farmer’s Market Opening
The Historic Brookland Farmer’s Market is back, featuring more than 16 vendors offering local produce, dairy, meat, artisan coffee, bread, baked goods and more. Listen to the live music and enjoy the family friendly entertainment and crafts.
The Bike Rack and Filter Coffeehouse Grand Opening
The Bike Rack and Filter Coffeehouse and Espresso BarBrookland Pint second shop in the District will offer a wide variety of cycling needs including repairs, a diverse bicycle inventory, riding events, and active involvement in cycling advocacy. Filter Coffeehouse and Espresso Bar will create a unique atmosphere for bike enthusiasts and coffee lovers alike, providing a daily assortment of coffee, teas, and pastries. From 9am – 1pm on April 18, The Bike Rack will offer free basic bike maintenance on the Arts Walk.
While enjoying the grand opening of Bike Rack and Filter Coffeehouse, stop by Brookland Pint for brunch from 10am- 1pm and select a drink from 18 different beers that are infused with coffee. Enter for a chance to win a Fat Tire bike donated by New Belgium.
Please visit the Monroe Street Market websitefor more information on artists, events, and community offerings.
About The Bozzuto Group
Headquartered in the Washington, D.C. area, and celebrating its 27th year in business, The Bozzuto Group is a diversified residential real estate company that provides a broad range of real estate services throughout the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast. The company's areas of expertise lie in homebuilding and multifamily development, as well as construction and management both for itself and its clients. The company’s skills have been attested to by the National Association of Home Builders, who recognized Bozzuto as the nation’s premier apartment development company, and twice as management company of the year.
Throughout The Bozzuto Group’s 27-year history, the company has developed, acquired and built more than 38,000 homes and apartments and currently manages more than 50,000 apartment units in 200 communities throughout the East Coast. The company is committed to providing quality housing for individuals of all income levels, producing and managing everything from luxury homes and apartments to affordable housing solutions. For more information, please visit www.bozzuto.com.
About Dance Place
Founded in 1980, Dance Place builds a community of artists, audiences and students through high quality performances, commissions, education and training. Since 1986, Dance Place has been a cultural anchor in Brookland / Edgewood, Northeast, DC bringing vibrancy to our neighborhood through daily classes and weekly performances for people of all ages.
Our rich history of service and innovative programming has earned Dance Place a national reputation as a leading dance center, advocate for social justice and catalyst for neighborhood development. Dance Place has been heralded as “the hub of dance activity” (Washington Post) and in 2011 was awarded the DC Mayor’s Arts Award for “Outstanding Contribution to Arts Education.” For more information, please visit www.danceplace.org.
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