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Tuesday, May 18, 2021

Free Events Introduce Residents to Urban Fishing

Would you like to go fishing but don’t know where to go or what equipment you need? The District's Fisheries & Wildlife staff can help...

Barbara Riehle, 1956–2021

Barbara (Scotti) Riehle, a long-time Capitol Hill resident, died on April 18 at George Washington University Hospital. She was 65.  With Barbara’s passing, Capitol...

Celebrate Bike to School Day 2021

Ready to celebrate Bike to School Day? Join the Ward 6 Public Schools Parent Organization (W6PSPO) at Lincoln Park on Wednesday, May 5 for...

Learn the Hill’s Stories on the Tour of Tours

Want to learn more about the neighborhood we love? Like walks? Want to discover the secret treasures on the Hill --and learn the stories...

Porch Petal Parade Unites Neighbors

On Sunday afternoon, Lora Nunn was in her Kingman Park front yard. With her were her neighbors. Four families sat on lawn chairs, blankets...

Lessons From Ward 8: Helping The Healing With Nature

There are some interesting developments in Ward 8 that will help in the restoration of the Anacostia River and other water bodies.  But first...

Volunteers Make the Village

A year of dealing with the COVID-19 virus upset many lives and plans—and became a real test for organizations like Capitol Hill Village, which had...

Cherry Blossom Season on Capitol Hill

Cherry blossom time in Washington has been special ever since 1912 when Japan’s Mayor of Tokyo gifted 3,000 cherry trees to the United States...

Garden in Triangle Parks Saturday

It's going to be a great weekend to garden! Join the volunteers of Guerrilla Gardeners at an upcoming Spring Cleanups at the Potomac Triangle...

Join March Meeting of EMCAC Wednesday

The next meeting of the Eastern Market Community Advisory Committee (EMCAC) will take place virtually at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Mar. 24. On the agenda for...
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