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What Happened at the October Quarterly Meeting?

We heard the questions you asked at the Events DC October 16 RFK Campus Quarterly Meeting. We appreciate the feedback from the meeting and look forward to updating you soon.

Thank you for being open and honest with us – we want to continue working together!

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D.C. United Hosts Legends to Say Farewell

D.C. United enjoyed a nostalgia-filled season at RFK Stadium, ending their two-decade run at home in the stadium. Those decades were filled with triumph as the team emerged as one of the best in soccer. Fans enjoyed a look back at all the team experienced at RFK during the recent Legends Weekend. United invited all former players to return for three days of events celebrating the organization’s historic achievements at RFK. 

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Event Recap: Taste of DC – A Variety of Deliciousness

From fried shrimp po’boys and cookie dough desserts, to pizza and New Orleans sno-balls, to a wellness tent with nutritionist-created culinary treats, enthusiastic crowds enjoyed Taste of DC at its new location in RFK Stadium. Despite the threat of rain, the weather held out, and guests enjoyed a lovely weekend. 

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In Other News: Safeway Feast of Sharing

Thousands will flock to the Walter E. Washington Convention Center on November 22 to celebrate the gratitude of the season over a meal with friends and neighbors. Safeway and Events DC mark their 18th year of giving thanks through a Feast of Sharing.

The Feast of Sharing is a District-wide community event for people in need, senior citizens and other DC residents interested in fellowshipping with others. Feast of Sharing includes a plated holiday meal prepared by Convention Center’s exclusive caterer Centerplate, a community services and health expo, live entertainment, and door prizes. Events DC stakeholders are welcome to attend this free pre-Thanksgiving event.

We are so grateful for the generosity and ongoing commitment of Safeway and other local partners who make this important event a bountiful Thanksgiving tradition in the District.

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Get Fit Before the Holidays

You’re not alone if the holiday months bring visions of leftover Halloween candy, your Thanksgiving feast, cookie-decorating parties, and Champagne toasts. Unfortunately, the stretch from late October to New Year’s Day can also leave chocolate-filled, gravy-covered, and bubbly extra weight on our bodies.

By stepping up your activity level now, you can enjoy your seasonal favorites and still stay fit. And doing that is as close as the starting line for three fun runs – all benefiting good causes – coming up at RFK Stadium.

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I Wonder… What Can I Do with my Unused Paint?

We all have at least one can of old paint taking up space in our garage or shed. You know – the paint you thought you’d keep around to use on your next project or to fix marks on your walls? Well, now that you’ve changed your color scheme and no longer need that shade, you can’t just put it out on the curb with the rest of your trash because wet paint can be dangerous to the environment unless properly disposed. It contains materials that can leak into the ground, hurt sanitation workers, or contaminate septic tanks. So, what are you supposed to do with it? 

Bring it to our Paint Drop-Off Recycling Event next month!

Saturday, November 18
DC Armory
2001 E Capitol St SE
Washington, DC 20003
9:00am - 1:00pm

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Coaching Leadership Awards Dinner Honors Roy Williams

On Thursday, October 12, Events DC hosted more than 350 attendees at the 2017 Nell and John Wooden Leadership in Coaching Awards Dinner. We honored Roy Williams, the 2017 NCAA men’s basketball championship coach from the University of North Carolina, along with the two DC-area high school coaches who won both the WCAC and DCSAA basketball championships: Steve Turner from Gonzaga College High School and Jonathan Scribner from St. John’s College High School.  

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Community Spotlight: Friends of Fort Dupont Ice Arena

Community Spotlight: Friends of Fort Dupont Ice Arena

This month’s spotlight features the Friends of Fort Dupont Ice Arena (FFDIA), a nonprofit formed by DC residents in 1996 to prevent the arena’s closure. Parents and friends took over and revitalized the Ward 7 facility, building offices, adding a meeting room, and refurbishing the lobby and concession area. The FFDIA also formed Kids On Ice®, a program providing free ice skating lessons and equipment to kids from 5 to 18.

We are excited to have Ty Newberry, Executive Director, join us this month to tell us more about FFDIA and their work within the DC area.  

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Community Calendar 9.27

Don’t miss these fun upcoming activities in the neighborhoods of RFK! And mark your calendar for the next quarterly meeting to hear all the updates on redevelopment project status and give your opinions about the future of your community.

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RFK Says Farewell to D.C. United with the Legends!

D.C. United has enjoyed a nostalgia-filled season at RFK as they end their two-decade run at home in the stadium. Those decades have been filled with triumph as the team emerged as one of the best in soccer, and fans can enjoy a look back at all the team has experienced at RFK during the upcoming Legends Weekend.

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