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The Grass Is Greener at Tanner Park

Yes, it's true! Alethia Tanner Park now has a verdant lawn. And the NoMa Parks Foundation wants everyone's assistance in keeping it green. Learn more about what's going on with NoMa's newest park by reading the latest NPF newsletter.

Après Ski Continues at Wunder Garten

It might be in the 50s this Saturday and Sunday, but you can still feel like you're just off the slopes at Wunder Garten's Après Ski Party this weekend and next. Enjoy a selection of seasonal beers and cocktails, fire pits flanked by outdoor lounges, alpine-inspired art installations, and much, much more. Find the complete details at the beer garden's website.

Meet the Artist of IMPLICATIONS

On the evening of March 5, Mexican artist Gerardo Camargo will be in the lobby of 1200 First St. NE to talk about IMPLICATIONS, his new installation for the lobby's art wall. Created primarily from discarded construction materials Camargo has collected, the artwork invites viewers to think about the different implications of abstraction and architecture, and the social and environmental dynamics involved in the residential construction industry. The event begins at 6:00 pm, and light refreshments will be served. We hope you will join us! 

The Census Is Coming!

Just a heads up that starting in a few weeks, there will be a big push across the District to encourage participation in this year's U.S. Census, and we'll be part of that effort. So watch for news on public events to fill out forms digitally and other crucial information about the Census. We think that there are about 12,000 people now living in the NoMa BID — which would be 12,000 more than lived here in 2010, when the last Census occurred — and we want to make sure every one is counted! 

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