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Saturday, May 8, 2021

Jewish-Muslim MLK Celebration

“Alaikum salaam,” third- and fourth-graders practice answering in response to the Arabic greeting, “Salaam alaikum.” Not the first scene most people would associate with...

State of Art4/DC

State of Art/DC: A Conversation is a forum about the visual arts in the DC region. Begun in 2015, State of Art/DC supports new...

Share Your Love for Pets for A Cause

From now until Feb. 28th, you can help the District Veterinary Hospital support City Dogs Rescue by showing some love for your own pet. City Dogs...

Mardi Gras Pancake Supper

There will be a pancake supper at St. Augustine’s, 555 Water St. SW, on Shrove Tuesday, Feb. 13, 6 to 7:30 p.m. Supper is...

Free Tax Help at Southwest Library

Through April 18, meet with a qualified AARP tax aide at Southwest Neighborhood Library, 900 Wesley Pl. SW, Mondays and Wednesdays at 2 p.m....

National Children’s Museum Reopens

The National Children’s Museum will reopen at the Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center, 1300 Pennsylvania Ave. NW, in March 2019. Its new...

Annual Ladies’ Ace Hardware Night 

In partnership with the Mount Vernon Triangle Community Improvement District (MVTCID), Fifth Street Ace Hardware, 1055 Fifth St. NW, is hosting their Seventh Annual...

2018 Capitol Hill Community Achievement Award Honorees

Capitol Hill Community Achievement Awards will go this year to Bernadette & Jim McMahon, Pearl and Joel Bailes, and the Reverend Cara Spaccarelli.  Each...

A Decade of Progress. A Future of Growth

The Capitol Riverfront BID held its Annual Meeting Luncheon on Thursday, January 18 at Nationals Park to celebrate our 10th year of BID activities,...

Payne Elementary School Wins Landmark Keller Grant

Payne Elementary School will receive the Capitol Hill Community Foundation’s prestigious Arnold F. Keller Jr. Grant, which has doubled in size to $20,000 this...
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