Friday, August 31, 2007

7th St Garden Invite

You are cordially invited to...

The 7th Street Garden
Inaugural Summer Fundraiser

Thursday, September 6th
6 - 8:30p.m., in the Garden

Seasonal Appetizers from Local Farmers
Specialty Drinks & Silent Auction
Garden Tours & Live Music

$40 - in advance, $50 at the gate
$80 - support a Resident Gardener to attend
$100 - sow the seeds of change


Support your community and really local farming...

*The 7th Street Garden is a highly productive community food garden that provides fresh and healthy food to low income Shaw neighborhood residents and offers education opportunities to D.C. residents on nutrition, gardening, and food origin. Through the provision of local, fresh food, the 7th Street Garden unites diverse communities and provides necessary elements to live a healthy lifestyle. Your contribution is needed to help support the only direct access food project in Washington, D.C.

Monday, August 20, 2007

This Saturday Blagden Alley Picnic

| THE |
| Regular Yearly Picnic |
| of the |
| Blagden Alley |
| and |
| Naylor Court |
| Peoples |
| |
| Saturday, August 25, 2007 |
| Historical, Brick-Paved |
| Naylor Court |
| 6:00pm-9:00pm |
| (See map in newsletter) |
| |
| (This is NOT a Drill!) |

Frivolity, or an approximation.
Door Prizes (lots!).
Good weather.
Real people (us!).
Special this year: Old Dominion Brewery is supplying the keg.

The announcement and newsletter is at

(OK. It's the same flyer as last year, with a minor updates.
But the newletter (Pages 2 and 3) has current stuff.)

Thursday, August 16, 2007

Marion St Yardsale this weekend

Hi Mari,

I was wondering if you might post a note on your excellent blog about
this Saturday's yard sale over on Marion Street.

neighbors on Marion and Q streets are organizing a yard sale from
9:00am-2:00pm on Saturday, August 18th, in the empty lot on Marion. The
lot is located between 1515 and 1521 Marion Street. And of course
Marion Street is the 2 block long street between 6th and 7th, as I'm
sure you know.

We're hoping to get a good turn-out, or in the
least turn it into a social event and hang out with the neighbors for a
few hours.

Here's what I just posted up on the MVSNA blog:

Thank you in advance. And I'm looking forward to following your
blogging as you shift to a more historical focus.


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