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UPCOMING EVENTS
JUNE
15
Summer Screen: Guardians of the Galaxy
JUNE
21
First Family Film Night!
JUNE
22
Summer Screen: Jumanji
JULY
4
July 4th
Bash!
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NoMa Summer Screen Continues!

NoMa Summer Screen is off to a great start! We've had two amazing weeks so far, and are getting ready for tomorrow's screening of Guardians of the Galaxy. Head on over to NoMa Junction @ Storey Park (1005 First Street NE) tomorrow, June 15, at sunset for another fun adventure! The NoMa BID and 2016 NoMa Summer Screen sponsor, REI, invite you to enjoy movie adventures every Wednesday night from June 1 - August 24. 

All movies, including Family Film Nights, will be shown at NoMa Junction @ Storey Park. Films start at sunset but arrive early to enjoy food trucks, music, games and giveaways. All NoMa BID events are free and open to the public.

Happy viewing!

Summer Screen 2016
June 15: Guardians of the Galaxy 
June 22: Jumanji
June 29: Fast Five

July 6: Pee Wee's Big Adventure
July 13: Life of Pi
July 20: O Brother, Where Art Thou?
July 27: E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial

August 3: Apollo 13
August 10: The Hunger Games: Catching Fire
August 17: Jurassic Park
August 24: Rain Date (Film TBD)

The First Family Film Night is Coming Up
Tuesday, June 21

Bring the kiddos out the third Tuesday of each month for Family Film Night. On Tuesday, June 21, we'll be showing Home! Join Tip (Rihanna) and Oh (Jim Parsons) in an adventure that is out of this world.

We've changed locations this year, so don't forget that all movies, including Family Film Nights, will be shown at NoMa Junction @ Storey Park. Films start at sunset but arrive early to enjoy food trucks, music, games and giveaways. All NoMa BID events are free and open to the public.

Family Film Night
June 21: Home
July 19: Up
August 16: Zootopia
July 4th Bash is On Its Way!

Celebrate our nation’s independence at NoMa’s July 4th Bash on Monday, July 4, 2016. Come with your family, friends, and neighbors and enjoy a live blue grass band, moon bounces, face-painting, and more!

Details:
When: Monday, July 4 from 4-7 PM
Where: NoMa Junction @ Storey Park (1005 First Street, NE)
What: Free neighborhood party!

POW!WOW! Murals Around NoMa

  

POW! WOW!, an international art movement that celebrates culture, music and art in cities around the world landed in NoMa from May 20-30. We had a wonderful time at the Opening Celebration and at both Happy Hour Mural Tours! Thanks to everyone who came out to tour with us.

POW! WOW! brings talented local and international artists together in partnerships with community members that enrich, beautify and enliven neighborhoods. Almost 20 extraordinarily talented muralists from DC and around the world created original masterpieces as part of this year’s POW! WOW! 

The festival might be over, but the murals live on! Check out the mural pictured above (at 52 O Street NW) and all of the others around the NoMa neighborhood. If you can't make it around to see the art work in person, check out some pictures from the festival here. Also, take a look at these interviews with POW!WOW! creator Kelly Towles on WUSA9 and BBC

POW! WOW! is sponsored by the NoMa BID and neighborhood real estate developers KettlerMRP Realty and Skanska. For more information on POW! WOW!, click here.

National Parks Family Day

Come join in the adventures of the world’s most lovable sponge and his friends at the Smithsonian’s National Postal Museum on Saturday, June 25th from 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.! See the museum transformed into Bikini Bottom and participate in nautical-themed activities, such as games, sand castle building and much more – including a chance to meet SpongeBob SquarePants! Visitors can document their exciting day by sending a limited-edition SpongeBob postcard or posing for pictures in a Bikini Bottom photo booth. This family festival will also include screenings of our favorite SpongeBob SquarePants episodes as well a brand new, never-before-seen episode! All ages welcome. Free; no registration required.

*All activities are complimentary and offered on a first come, first served basis while supplies last. The SpongeBob SquarePants costume character will not be available all hours of the event.

Details:
When: Saturday, June 25 from 10 AM - 5 PM
Where: Smithsonian’s National Postal Museum
             2 Massachusetts Ave., NE
             Washington, DC 20002
Admission: Free! No registration required.
More information here.

Refined concept for 3rd & L Park shared

At the June 11th NoMa Parks Community Conversation, Lee and Associates shared a refined concept for the future park at 3rd and L Streets NE. The park features a fenced dog park, children’s play structure, and seating. Meeting attendees had an opportunity to get a taste for the size of the park by walking through a life-size chalk drawing at NoMa Junction, and then go on a tour of the future park site for further details with Lee and Associates. If you were unable to attend the meeting, you can view the refined concept and share your thoughts at ImagineNoMaParks.org.

A New Development on L Street NE

J Street Development Co. submitted a PUD for a 64 unit residential building to the Zoning Commission on June 7th.The building will be located at the corner of Congress Street, NE and L Street, NE. It will include 3,700 SF of ground floor retail with possible uses contemplated including an expansion of Union Kitchen, urgent care, or a neighborhood hardware store.

NoMa by the Numbers

NoMa BID’s population is projected to double in the next five years based on the development pipeline. The current residential population of the BID is around 6,300 and is projected to exceed 13,000 by 2020.  This would put the BID’s residential density at around 35,000 people per square mile by 2020. At full build out, based on current development plans, the BID will have approximately 22,500 residents or roughly 60,000 residents per square mile. This density is comparable to the southern section of Logan Circle, which is currently the densest residential area in the District of Columbia.  

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