FREE Friday Night Fishing
Jul
19
5:00 PM17:00

FREE Friday Night Fishing

Friday Night Fishing returns every Friday night from June 28 - August 23 on the dock at Diamond Teague Park! It is the perfect opportunity for new anglers, or those who are just looking for a good time on the Anacostia!

Anacostia Riverkeeper and the Earth Conservation Corps supply the rods, the bait, and the instruction.

Friday Night Fishing is completely FREE and is open to ALL AGES. However, those 16 and older are required to have a fishing license which can be purchased for the whole year here: https://doee.dc.gov/service/get-fishing-license

The program takes place on the dock at Diamond Teague Park, directly across from Nationals Stadium! There is no parking, however, the closest metro stop is the Navy Yard - Green Line.

Anacostia Riverkeeper's sponsors for Friday Night Fishing are Capitol Hill Community Foundation and Chloe restaurant.

To learn more about the Anacostia Riverkeeper, go here: https://www.anacostiariverkeeper.org/
To learn more about the Earth Conservation Corps, go here: www.earthconservationcorps.org

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Ward 7 Summer Ride Series: Ride to District Winery
Jul
19
6:30 PM18:30

Ward 7 Summer Ride Series: Ride to District Winery

It’s the middle of summer and somehow you are all out of good ideas of things to do! Not to worry, the 2019 Truckeroo season is in full swing. There are tons of enticing food trucks to explore and enjoy. So what are you waiting for? Let’s GO!

The Washington Area Bicyclist Association will meet you at Randle Circle Park and ride to Truckeroo at the Bullpen at Nats Ballpark. We will ride out at 6:30PM!

Please remember to bring your helmet, water, and ID if you plan to drink alcohol, bike lights and money for food. And just in case you aren’t up for riding all the way back home, we’ll be across the street from the Navy Yard Metro so you can get home safely.

Additional Details: 

This is a one way ride to the Navy Yard Bullpen. The ride is open to anyone who loves to ride a bike and enjoys food from food trucks! The ride is about 3.5 miles mostly flat.

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Lotus Ride Mosey
Jul
20
11:00 AM11:00

Lotus Ride Mosey

Start summer off with a low-key social ride to see the lotuses at Kenilworth Aquatic Gardens! Has it been a while since you got your bike out? Never ridden to the trail end because getting around the freeway is unpleasant by yourself? Just want to join folks to get outside? Want to see the lotuses blooming? Washington Area Bicyclist Association Trail Rangers and the DC Department of Parks and Recreation are starting at the Marvin Gaye Recreation Center and riding to the lotuses and back.

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Anacostia Library Bike Clinic
Jul
20
12:00 PM12:00

Anacostia Library Bike Clinic

Volunteers from Gearin' Up Bicycles and The Bike House will provide free bike repair clinics at the Anacostia Neighborhood Library on select Saturdays this summer from 12 to 2:30 p.m. Bike repair clinics are educational and designed to TEACH YOU how to repair and maintain your bike - bring your bike (limit of 1 adult bike or 2 children's bikes per customer) AND a willingness to learn, get your hands a little dirty and walk away with new, empowering skills. The Washington Area Bicycle Association, DC Safe Routes to School and the Metropolitan Police Department will be providing support, bike safety information and creative activities at each clinic.

Saturday 6/22, 12 - 2:30 p.m.
Saturday 7/20, 12 - 2:30 p.m.
Saturday 9/7, 12 - 2:30 p.m.

These programs are made possible with support from DDOT Vision Zero, the DC Public Library Foundation, and the Friends of the Anacostia Neighborhood Library.

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FREE Friday Night Fishing
Jul
26
5:00 PM17:00

FREE Friday Night Fishing

Friday Night Fishing returns every Friday night from June 28 - August 23 on the dock at Diamond Teague Park! It is the perfect opportunity for new anglers, or those who are just looking for a good time on the Anacostia!

Anacostia Riverkeeper and the Earth Conservation Corps supply the rods, the bait, and the instruction.

Friday Night Fishing is completely FREE and is open to ALL AGES. However, those 16 and older are required to have a fishing license which can be purchased for the whole year here: https://doee.dc.gov/service/get-fishing-license

The program takes place on the dock at Diamond Teague Park, directly across from Nationals Stadium! There is no parking, however, the closest metro stop is the Navy Yard - Green Line.

Anacostia Riverkeeper's sponsors for Friday Night Fishing are Capitol Hill Community Foundation and Chloe restaurant.

To learn more about the Anacostia Riverkeeper, go here: https://www.anacostiariverkeeper.org/
To learn more about the Earth Conservation Corps, go here: www.earthconservationcorps.org

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Anacostia Coordinating Council Meeting
Jul
30
11:00 AM11:00

Anacostia Coordinating Council Meeting

The Anacostia Coordinating Council (ACC) was established in 1983 as a volunteer, membership consortium of organizations and individuals involved with the revitalization of Anacostia and its adjacent neighborhoods. Founded to organize community support for getting the Anacostia Metro Station built, the ACC has expanded to address a large amount of issues that face the community.

ACC is involved in information gathering and sharing, networking, advocacy and community organizing.

Since its inception, ACC has welcomed over 1,000 guest speakers to its monthly meetings to discuss some of the community's most pressing issues and to share important information pertaining to the community.

ACC Monthly Meetings
occur every LAST Tuesday of the month (except December).

IMPORTANT NOTE: Our traditional meeting place, the Smithsonian Anacostia Community Museum, will be undergoing modernization and upgrades. Because of this, from March through November of 2019, ACC will be meeting at:

Martha's Table at the Commons
2375 Elvans Rd SE
Washington, DC 20020
(near Moten ES or near the Panorama Room at Our Lady of Perpetual Help).

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FREE Friday Night Fishing
Aug
2
5:00 PM17:00

FREE Friday Night Fishing

Friday Night Fishing returns every Friday night from June 28 - August 23 on the dock at Diamond Teague Park! It is the perfect opportunity for new anglers, or those who are just looking for a good time on the Anacostia!

Anacostia Riverkeeper and the Earth Conservation Corps supply the rods, the bait, and the instruction.

Friday Night Fishing is completely FREE and is open to ALL AGES. However, those 16 and older are required to have a fishing license which can be purchased for the whole year here: https://doee.dc.gov/service/get-fishing-license

The program takes place on the dock at Diamond Teague Park, directly across from Nationals Stadium! There is no parking, however, the closest metro stop is the Navy Yard - Green Line.

Anacostia Riverkeeper's sponsors for Friday Night Fishing are Capitol Hill Community Foundation and Chloe restaurant.

To learn more about the Anacostia Riverkeeper, go here: https://www.anacostiariverkeeper.org/
To learn more about the Earth Conservation Corps, go here: www.earthconservationcorps.org

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Can DC Take the Heat?
Aug
8
6:00 PM18:00

Can DC Take the Heat?

If you’ve spent a summer in D.C., you know that heat can constitute anything from an annoyance to a crisis. In fact, extreme heat is the most widespread and deadly weather-related hazard in the United States, and it is worsening due to both climate change and urban development patterns.

The Urban Land Institute is hosting a panel from the public and private sectors to hear how extreme heat is addressed in the new Resilient D.C. Strategy and how extreme heat can be mitigated through sustainable design and urban planning. The discussion will focus on how the District is keeping residents safe from extreme heat by mitigating the effects of climate change and preparing for the future.

Panelists:

Kevin Bush, Chief Resilience Officer, D.C. Office of Resilience
Kate Johnson, Chief, Green Building and Climate, D.C. Department of Energy and Environment
Kristin Baja, Climate Resilience Officer, Urban Sustainability Directors Network
Ayisha Swann, Development Associate, JBG Smith

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FREE Friday Night Fishing
Aug
9
5:00 PM17:00

FREE Friday Night Fishing

Friday Night Fishing returns every Friday night from June 28 - August 23 on the dock at Diamond Teague Park! It is the perfect opportunity for new anglers, or those who are just looking for a good time on the Anacostia!

Anacostia Riverkeeper and the Earth Conservation Corps supply the rods, the bait, and the instruction.

Friday Night Fishing is completely FREE and is open to ALL AGES. However, those 16 and older are required to have a fishing license which can be purchased for the whole year here: https://doee.dc.gov/service/get-fishing-license

The program takes place on the dock at Diamond Teague Park, directly across from Nationals Stadium! There is no parking, however, the closest metro stop is the Navy Yard - Green Line.

Anacostia Riverkeeper's sponsors for Friday Night Fishing are Capitol Hill Community Foundation and Chloe restaurant.

To learn more about the Anacostia Riverkeeper, go here: https://www.anacostiariverkeeper.org/
To learn more about the Earth Conservation Corps, go here: www.earthconservationcorps.org

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FREE Friday Night Fishing
Aug
16
5:00 PM17:00

FREE Friday Night Fishing

Friday Night Fishing returns every Friday night from June 28 - August 23 on the dock at Diamond Teague Park! It is the perfect opportunity for new anglers, or those who are just looking for a good time on the Anacostia!

Anacostia Riverkeeper and the Earth Conservation Corps supply the rods, the bait, and the instruction.

Friday Night Fishing is completely FREE and is open to ALL AGES. However, those 16 and older are required to have a fishing license which can be purchased for the whole year here: https://doee.dc.gov/service/get-fishing-license

The program takes place on the dock at Diamond Teague Park, directly across from Nationals Stadium! There is no parking, however, the closest metro stop is the Navy Yard - Green Line.

Anacostia Riverkeeper's sponsors for Friday Night Fishing are Capitol Hill Community Foundation and Chloe restaurant.

To learn more about the Anacostia Riverkeeper, go here: https://www.anacostiariverkeeper.org/
To learn more about the Earth Conservation Corps, go here: www.earthconservationcorps.org

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Last FREE Friday Night Fishing
Aug
23
5:00 PM17:00

Last FREE Friday Night Fishing

Friday Night Fishing returns every Friday night from June 28 - August 23 on the dock at Diamond Teague Park! It is the perfect opportunity for new anglers, or those who are just looking for a good time on the Anacostia!

Anacostia Riverkeeper and the Earth Conservation Corps supply the rods, the bait, and the instruction.

Friday Night Fishing is completely FREE and is open to ALL AGES. However, those 16 and older are required to have a fishing license which can be purchased for the whole year here: https://doee.dc.gov/service/get-fishing-license

The program takes place on the dock at Diamond Teague Park, directly across from Nationals Stadium! There is no parking, however, the closest metro stop is the Navy Yard - Green Line.

Anacostia Riverkeeper's sponsors for Friday Night Fishing are Capitol Hill Community Foundation and Chloe restaurant.

To learn more about the Anacostia Riverkeeper, go here: https://www.anacostiariverkeeper.org/
To learn more about the Earth Conservation Corps, go here: www.earthconservationcorps.org

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Anacostia Coordinating Council Meeting
Aug
27
11:00 AM11:00

Anacostia Coordinating Council Meeting

The Anacostia Coordinating Council (ACC) was established in 1983 as a volunteer, membership consortium of organizations and individuals involved with the revitalization of Anacostia and its adjacent neighborhoods. Founded to organize community support for getting the Anacostia Metro Station built, the ACC has expanded to address a large amount of issues that face the community.

ACC is involved in information gathering and sharing, networking, advocacy and community organizing.

Since its inception, ACC has welcomed over 1,000 guest speakers to its monthly meetings to discuss some of the community's most pressing issues and to share important information pertaining to the community.

ACC Monthly Meetings
occur every LAST Tuesday of the month (except December).

IMPORTANT NOTE: Our traditional meeting place, the Smithsonian Anacostia Community Museum, will be undergoing modernization and upgrades. Because of this, from March through November of 2019, ACC will be meeting at:

Martha's Table at the Commons
2375 Elvans Rd SE
Washington, DC 20020
(near Moten ES or near the Panorama Room at Our Lady of Perpetual Help).

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Tales and Trails: History of Anacostia park
Aug
31
10:00 AM10:00

Tales and Trails: History of Anacostia park

  • Anacostia Drive and Good Hope Rd SE Washington, DC (map)
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Join the Washington Area Bicyclist Association Trail Ranger team and National Park Service for a dynamic guided history tour of Anacostia River Trail in Anacostia Park and explore the entire history of the park from the prehistoric era to the present day. Stories of ornithologists, Civil Rights leaders, environmental activists as well as the famous and infamous make this tour one to remember!

Meet at the intersection of Anacostia Drive and Good Hope Rd SE.

Additional Details:

There will be ASL interpretation.

We’re bringing extra water and snacks but please bring a water bottle, helmet and a working bicycleIt truly is a three hour event so plan ahead for your food and water needs! For insurance purposes, WABA requires helmets on all of our rides. We will be in the sun for most of the ride so please wear sunscreen, dress appropriately and bring plenty of water. Bring more food if you need more to keep going before lunch.

We will be primarily on trails and this will be a no-drop social pace ride primarily focused on history. We will be starting promptly at 10:00am to make sure we end on time – lots of history to cover! We’ll also reimburse you for your usage fees if you use Capital Bikeshare for the ride.

If you are no longer able to make it, please let me know at ursula.sandstrom@waba.org. We want to make sure that all of our allotted spots are filled – turns out it is a popular ride!

Should there be substantial rain, the ride will be rescheduled.

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Anacostia Library Bike Clinic
Sep
7
12:00 PM12:00

Anacostia Library Bike Clinic

Volunteers from Gearin' Up Bicycles and The Bike House will provide free bike repair clinics at the Anacostia Neighborhood Library on select Saturdays this summer from 12 to 2:30 p.m. Bike repair clinics are educational and designed to TEACH YOU how to repair and maintain your bike - bring your bike (limit of 1 adult bike or 2 children's bikes per customer) AND a willingness to learn, get your hands a little dirty and walk away with new, empowering skills. The Washington Area Bicycle Association, DC Safe Routes to School and the Metropolitan Police Department will be providing support, bike safety information and creative activities at each clinic.

Saturday 6/22, 12 - 2:30 p.m.
Saturday 7/20, 12 - 2:30 p.m.
Saturday 9/7, 12 - 2:30 p.m.

These programs are made possible with support from DDOT Vision Zero, the DC Public Library Foundation, and the Friends of the Anacostia Neighborhood Library.

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Anacostia Coordinating Council Meeting
Sep
24
11:00 AM11:00

Anacostia Coordinating Council Meeting

The Anacostia Coordinating Council (ACC) was established in 1983 as a volunteer, membership consortium of organizations and individuals involved with the revitalization of Anacostia and its adjacent neighborhoods. Founded to organize community support for getting the Anacostia Metro Station built, the ACC has expanded to address a large amount of issues that face the community.

ACC is involved in information gathering and sharing, networking, advocacy and community organizing.

Since its inception, ACC has welcomed over 1,000 guest speakers to its monthly meetings to discuss some of the community's most pressing issues and to share important information pertaining to the community.

ACC Monthly Meetings
occur every LAST Tuesday of the month (except December).

IMPORTANT NOTE: Our traditional meeting place, the Smithsonian Anacostia Community Museum, will be undergoing modernization and upgrades. Because of this, from March through November of 2019, ACC will be meeting at:

Martha's Table at the Commons
2375 Elvans Rd SE
Washington, DC 20020
(near Moten ES or near the Panorama Room at Our Lady of Perpetual Help).

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Anacostia Coordinating Council's 35th Anniversary Boat Trip
Oct
5
10:30 AM10:30

Anacostia Coordinating Council's 35th Anniversary Boat Trip

  • 600 Water Street Southwest Washington, DC, 20024 United States (map)
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The Anacostia Coordinating Council will be turning 35 years old this year and celebrating with a fundraiser party aboard the Spirit of Washington.

Tickets are ON SALE NOW!

ACC ANNIVERSARY BOAT RIDE
$100.00 per person
(Partially tax-deductible)

Inquiries & tickets:
202-889-4900 or acc01@aol.com

SEE OLD FRIENDS
MAKE NEW FRIENDS Make checks payable to:
TIME FOR SHARING Anacostia Coordinating Council
TIME FOR NETWORKING 2401 Shannon Place, SE
Washington, DC 20020-5819

SHUTTLE BUS DEPARTS FROM WATERFRONT METRO STATION at 10:30 a.m.

(Please note: Boat will begin boarding at 10:30 a.m., and departs from the dock at 11:00 a.m.)

Or walk to dock from Metro. Paid parking available in vicinity.
Cruise along the Anacostia River on the

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Anacostia Coordinating Council Meeting
Oct
29
11:00 AM11:00

Anacostia Coordinating Council Meeting

The Anacostia Coordinating Council (ACC) was established in 1983 as a volunteer, membership consortium of organizations and individuals involved with the revitalization of Anacostia and its adjacent neighborhoods. Founded to organize community support for getting the Anacostia Metro Station built, the ACC has expanded to address a large amount of issues that face the community.

ACC is involved in information gathering and sharing, networking, advocacy and community organizing.

Since its inception, ACC has welcomed over 1,000 guest speakers to its monthly meetings to discuss some of the community's most pressing issues and to share important information pertaining to the community.

ACC Monthly Meetings
occur every LAST Tuesday of the month (except December).

IMPORTANT NOTE: Our traditional meeting place, the Smithsonian Anacostia Community Museum, will be undergoing modernization and upgrades. Because of this, from March through November of 2019, ACC will be meeting at:

Martha's Table at the Commons
2375 Elvans Rd SE
Washington, DC 20020
(near Moten ES or near the Panorama Room at Our Lady of Perpetual Help).

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Anacostia Coordinating Council Meeting
Nov
26
11:00 AM11:00

Anacostia Coordinating Council Meeting

The Anacostia Coordinating Council (ACC) was established in 1983 as a volunteer, membership consortium of organizations and individuals involved with the revitalization of Anacostia and its adjacent neighborhoods. Founded to organize community support for getting the Anacostia Metro Station built, the ACC has expanded to address a large amount of issues that face the community.

ACC is involved in information gathering and sharing, networking, advocacy and community organizing.

Since its inception, ACC has welcomed over 1,000 guest speakers to its monthly meetings to discuss some of the community's most pressing issues and to share important information pertaining to the community.

ACC Monthly Meetings
occur every LAST Tuesday of the month (except December).

IMPORTANT NOTE: Our traditional meeting place, the Smithsonian Anacostia Community Museum, will be undergoing modernization and upgrades. Because of this, from March through November of 2019, ACC will be meeting at:

Martha's Table at the Commons
2375 Elvans Rd SE
Washington, DC 20020
(near Moten ES or near the Panorama Room at Our Lady of Perpetual Help).

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Water Quality Monitoring Volunteer Training
Jul
16
10:00 AM10:00

Water Quality Monitoring Volunteer Training

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Anacostia Riverkeeper is conducting a final citizen monitoring training on Tuesday, July 16th.

The training goes from 10 AM - 1 PM at the ECC Pump House across from Nat's Stadium (1520 First St. SE, Washington, DC 20003). There will be an ASL interpreter present at the training.

You will be trained to go out and monitor any of our 22 sites across the District for bacteria, pH, turbidity, and temperature.

Take a look at where our sites are and to see recent data here.

Want more information?

www.anacostiariverkeeper.org

monitor@anacostiariverkeeper.org

Twitter: @AnacostiaRrkper

IG: @AnacostiaRiverkeeper

FB: Anacostia Riverkeeper


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FREE Friday Night Fishing
Jul
12
5:00 PM17:00

FREE Friday Night Fishing

Friday Night Fishing returns every Friday night from June 28 - August 23 on the dock at Diamond Teague Park! It is the perfect opportunity for new anglers, or those who are just looking for a good time on the Anacostia!

Anacostia Riverkeeper and the Earth Conservation Corps supply the rods, the bait, and the instruction.

Friday Night Fishing is completely FREE and is open to ALL AGES. However, those 16 and older are required to have a fishing license which can be purchased for the whole year here: https://doee.dc.gov/service/get-fishing-license

The program takes place on the dock at Diamond Teague Park, directly across from Nationals Stadium! There is no parking, however, the closest metro stop is the Navy Yard - Green Line.

Anacostia Riverkeeper's sponsors for Friday Night Fishing are Capitol Hill Community Foundation and Chloe restaurant.

To learn more about the Anacostia Riverkeeper, go here: https://www.anacostiariverkeeper.org/
To learn more about the Earth Conservation Corps, go here: www.earthconservationcorps.org

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Ward 8 Traffic Safety Meeting
Jul
11
6:00 PM18:00

Ward 8 Traffic Safety Meeting

  • Bellevue William O. Lockridge Library (map)
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Come talk about transportation trouble spots and share ideas for making it easier to get around.

The Washington Area Bicyclist Association will provide snacks, refreshments, and an activity for kids.

Email hannah.neagle@waba.org or call 202-518-0524 x 227 with questions.

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Public Meeting: Shepherd Parkway
Jul
10
6:00 PM18:00

Public Meeting: Shepherd Parkway

Attend the Meeting:

Come to a public open house to share your vision for the future of Shepherd Parkway and to identify issues or concerns that the National Park Service (NPS) should consider as they prepare a concept plan for future use and enjoyment of this area. NPS staff will also be available to address your questions about the project.  

NPS will evaluate existing conditions and consider desired future use and enjoyment of the 205-acres of forested green space and key sites within Shepherd Parkway, such as Parkland, Fort Carroll, and Fort Greble. They will develop recommendations that will improve safety, connectivity, park conditions, and the ways people use and enjoy Shepherd Parkway. This concept plan will be informed by stakeholders and neighbors, the general public, and a recent ethnographic research study conducted in cooperation with Howard University's Department of Sociology. This study has illuminated connections and traditions that help us to better understand community perspectives on Parkland.

Share Your Thoughts:

The NPS welcomes your feedback and suggestions as they move forward with this project. The meeting materials are available online through the Planning, Environment and Public Comment (PEPC) system at http://parkplanning.nps.gov/shepherdpkwy_dcp from June 25 through July 26, 2019.

Please submit written comments online through PEPC or mail comments by July 26, 2019 to the following address:

Superintendent
Attn: Shepherd Parkway Development Concept Plan
National Park Service
National Capital Parks-East
1900 Anacostia Drive SE
Washington, DC 20020

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FREE Friday Night Fishing
Jul
5
5:00 PM17:00

FREE Friday Night Fishing

Friday Night Fishing returns every Friday night from June 28 - August 23 on the dock at Diamond Teague Park! It is the perfect opportunity for new anglers, or those who are just looking for a good time on the Anacostia!

Anacostia Riverkeeper and the Earth Conservation Corps supply the rods, the bait, and the instruction.

Friday Night Fishing is completely FREE and is open to ALL AGES. However, those 16 and older are required to have a fishing license which can be purchased for the whole year here: https://doee.dc.gov/service/get-fishing-license

The program takes place on the dock at Diamond Teague Park, directly across from Nationals Stadium! There is no parking, however, the closest metro stop is the Navy Yard - Green Line.

Anacostia Riverkeeper's sponsors for Friday Night Fishing are Capitol Hill Community Foundation and Chloe restaurant.

To learn more about the Anacostia Riverkeeper, go here: https://www.anacostiariverkeeper.org/
To learn more about the Earth Conservation Corps, go here: www.earthconservationcorps.org

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Ward 8 Woods Anacostia River Boat Ride
Jul
3
10:00 AM10:00

Ward 8 Woods Anacostia River Boat Ride

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Join our Park Stewards, Ward 8 Woods Manager Nathan Harrington, Anacostia Riverkeeper Trey Sherard, partners and friends for a ride on much-improved the Anacostia River.

The more than 110,000 pounds of trash we've removed from the woods is trash we've kept out of the river. Enjoy the fruit of our labor and a new view of DC.

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"East of the River" or "East End"? Neighborhood Identity & Preservation Meeting
Jul
2
6:30 PM18:30

"East of the River" or "East End"? Neighborhood Identity & Preservation Meeting

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Words matter. Cultural and neighborhood themes and identifiers are associated with a social, political, or specific demographic or geographical areas. This meeting intends to solidify a designation for Wards 7 & 8.

In attendance for the discussion:

Dr. C.R. Gibbs, Historian and Scholar

Sponsored by the Anacostia Coordinating Council and its Ward 7 and Ward 8 community partners.

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Summer Peace Jam!
Jun
29
12:00 PM12:00

Summer Peace Jam!

This Saturday, June 29 join Washington Parks & People, KonsiderDis Radio, and Turning Point for our 2nd Annual Summer Peace Jam in Marvin Gaye Park at 601 Division Ave NE.

Enjoy live music including GO-GO headliner T.O.B., food vendors, activities & games for youth, dance classes, and so much more! DJ starts at noon and live music starts at 1pm.

Free and open to everyone (including pups)!

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2019 Annual Photography Competition - Kenilworth Aquatic Gardens (Start)
Jun
25
10:30 AM10:30

2019 Annual Photography Competition - Kenilworth Aquatic Gardens (Start)

The Friends of Kenilworth Aquatic Gardens (FoKAG) is pleased to announce an open call for submissions to its annual photography competition. The competition offers photographers the opportunity to experience, explore and capture the many hidden gems in and around the Gardens. Photos may be taken any time of the year but must be submitted by the deadline on Aug 25, 2019.

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