Bored This Weekend? Then You Aren’t Paying Attention…

This weekend has plenty to do to keep you busy in the neighborhoods on or around RIA….

SATURDAY

The Friends of the Woodridge Library will hold its bi-annual book sale on Saturday, June 2, 2012 from 9:30 AM to 4:00 PM.

Loads of books and a wide selection in almost every subject and genre will be available for purchase. Selections also include children’s books, media, albums and much more! Come early, browse and buy items for yourself, and gifts or just to give to a student to complete their required reading. Reasonably priced and just waiting for you! Be a part of something grand and special by supporting the book sale and your neighborhood library!

All proceeds benefit the Woodridge Neighborhood Library.

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Friends of Edgewood Rec Center Cleanup and BBQ

Please join us for fun, fellowship, and food. 10:30 AM – 12:00 PM, Edgewood Recreation Center

For more information contact Sally Hobaugh at sally.hobaugh@gmail.com;
http://www.friendsofedgewoodrec.org / http://www.edgewooddc.org

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Please join the Langdon Dog Park Association (LDPA), your neighbors, and their furry pals this Saturday 11am – 1pm for the park’s Summer kick off party at the Langdon Dog Park, 2901 20th Street NE, between the recreation center and the pool.

* The Washington Humane Society will have their adoption van with adoptable animals, as well as information on their programs and services (adoption, fostering, volunteering, spay/neuter, feral cats, cruelty, humane education, etc.).

* The Washington Animal Rescue League will also be at the park with their truck with adoptable dogs and Dr. Jan Rosen, their medical director, for “Ask the Vet.”

* Spot on Training will have an “Ask the Trainer” table, and will set up two doggie pools to serve as a doggie cooling station. They will also bring goodie bags with treats, sponsor a “How Many Bones” contest for $25 off a training class, and have material with dog park etiquette tips.

The LDPA is an all-volunteer organization, having no paid staff/board members. Funding is provided by memberships and contributions/ donations from the general public. Board members will be on hand at Saturday’s event to explain how you can help the park continue to be a success.

Refreshments (hot dogs and drinks) will be available for a small donation, so bring a few bucks. For more information, visit http://www.langdondogpark.org and http://www.facebook.com/langdondogpark or send an email to langdondogpark@ gmail.com.

SUNDAY

The Greater Brookland Garden Club’s 12th Annual House and Garden Tour will take place Sunday, June 3rd, from noon-5 pm.  Come see what is behind the door of the house or garden gate that you have always admired

Tickets are $12 pre-sale and $15 the day of the tour.  Tickets can be purchased online at www.gbgc.org or at Petals, Ribbons & Beyond, at 3906 12th St. between the hours of 9:30AM and 6:30PM Monday through Friday and 10:00AM to 5:00PM Saturday.  Tickets will also be on sale at the store on Sunday, June 3rd from 10:00AM to 3:00PM.

This year’s tour will highlight Victorian Homes, but will also include excellent examples of detached neo-classical, Sears Bungalow, Colonial, and classic rowhouses.

The Greater Brookland Garden Club is a Federal 501c(3) not-for-profit organization. We have no paid staff.  All profits from the House and Garden tour will be used for maintenance of community “pocket gardens” and street tree plantings. Invite your friends and please join us on Sunday, June 3rd.

UPCOMING

Grey Carter – Objects of Art – renowned for showcasing self-taught, outsider and visionary artists – will show selections from the gallery.  Sales to benefit Art Enables.

Artists Reception:   June 9 – 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm

Discussion on collecting art: June 9 – 2:00 pm

June 9 – June 29   

Monday – Friday

9 am to 4pm

Off-Rhode Studio – Art Enables

2204 Rhode Island Ave NE

Washington, DC 20018

 

FoRIA June Community Cleanup on Saturday, June 9th! 10 AM to 12 PM! More details at http://www.friendsofria.org

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2 thoughts on “Bored This Weekend? Then You Aren’t Paying Attention…

  1. I understand that the new Ward 5 Councilman McDuffie has also been attending these events. So, this is another opportunity to reach him about any concerns, until he officially appears at public meetings.

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