ANC 3F meeting

Washington

The ANC 3F meetings are held online until further notice. Find agendas and other information at anc3f.com.

CANCELLED: ANC 3F meeting

Washington

From chair Monika Nemeth: "Given the current state of affairs with the emergency, ANC 3F has decided that it is best to cancel the March 17 meeting out of an abundance of caution.  The items on the March agenda shall roll over to the April agenda.  Also, we are extending the deadline for grant applications […]

ANC 3F meeting

Washington

ANC usually meets on the third Tuesday of each month at the UDC campus in Building 38, Windows Lounge. Find agendas and other info at anc3f.com.

ANC 3F meeting

Washington

ANC generally meets on the third Tuesday of each month, but makes adjustments for holidays. They meet at the UDC campus in Building 44, Room A03. Find agendas and other info at anc3f.com.

Van Ness Holiday Pop Up Shop

Washington

Van Ness Main Street's Holiday Pop Up Shop returns for the 2017 season, bigger and better than ever. Spanning FOUR weekends, it features a rotating assortment of DC makers selling […]

ANC 3F special meeting

Washington

Special meeting on liquor licenses for Soapstone Market (renewal) and Winovisor (new). Find the agenda and other info at anc3f.com.

Soapstone Valley trash cleanup

Washington

Register here for a community cleanup of Soapstone Valley Park. Volunteers will meet at the trailhead heading to the Soapstone section of Rock Creek Park off of Windom Pl NW (near the intersection of Windom Pl NW and Connecticut Ave NW). The location is a very short walk from the Van Ness Metro Station on […]

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Van Ness Holiday Pop Up Shop

Washington

Van Ness Main Street's Holiday Pop Up Shop returns for the 2017 season, bigger and better than ever. Spanning FOUR weekends, it features a rotating assortment of DC makers selling goods such as jewelry and accessories, paper goods, home, art and food. Makers Include: aclure annechandra.com Annie Grace Campbell- Fiber Artist Aromabyanette Art by Rosetta […]

Stargazing in Rock Creek Park

Washington

Exploring the Sky is an informal program that for over sixty years has offered monthly opportunities for anyone in the Washington area to see the stars and planets through telescopes […]

Hard cider tasting @ Peirce Mill

Washington

In 1820, water was not considered safe to drink, so everyone consumed hard cider or beer to quench their thirst. Hard cider was made at the Peirce Estate when Rock […]

Van Ness Social Club

Washington

Van Ness Main Street, in partnership with AARP, is transforming the west plaza at the Van Ness Metro Station into our very own town square. Join your Van Ness friends and neighbors for the first-ever ALL FREE Van Ness Social Club! Come see our newly created space and enjoy: Live Music! Dancing! Chess! Art! Community […]

UDC Community-Campus Task Force meeting

Washington

The University of the District of Columbia Community-Campus Task Force will meet on Wednesday, October 25th, 2017 at 6:30 p.m., in Building 39, room 301-F (map). All are encouraged to attend for the latest authoritative information on the University and its activities. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Thomas E. Redmond, Director, […]

Stargazing in Rock Creek Park

Washington

Exploring the Sky is an informal program that for over sixty years has offered monthly opportunities for anyone in the Washington area to see the stars and planets through telescopes from a location within the District of Columbia. Sessions are held in Rock Creek Park, in the field just south of the intersection of Military […]

Hearst E-Cycle

Washington

Free yourselves of obsolete electronics and more at Hearst Elementary's annual e-cycle: - Drop off your unused or broken electronics or metal objects for recycling (free, except $20 for all TVs, $10 for computer monitors, and $10 for hard drives data destruction) - Document Shred: shred sensitive documents ($5 donation per box to shred) - […]

Tour of the Civil War Defenses of Washington

Washington

Mel Elfin writes in the Introduction to Forest Hills, a history of our neighborhood published by Arcadia Press, “the most important role of Forest Hills during the Civil War was to keep open the lines of communication between Fort Reno and Stevens.” This bus tour by the Alliance to Preserve the Civil War Defenses of […]