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UPCOMING EVENTS
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NoMa Park(ing) Day 2017 Call for Ideas

Friday, September 15, sees the return of Park(ing) Day in the District, which allows groups to create a temporary “pop-up” park in a metered space typically reserved for on-street parking. The event, which takes place around the world, is meant to encourage people to rethink how public space is allocated.

As in years past, the NoMa BID is participating, and we're looking for companies, organizations, and groups with fun ideas. We are planning on setting aside FOUR parking spaces along First Street NE and will make the application to the District Department of Transportation on behalf of all of them. We will also contribute $500 toward the construction of each park. If you are interested in one of these spaces, here's what you need to do:

(1) Head to the DDOT website and download the Park(ing) Day 2017 Event Guidelines document, which describes site design rules and other essential information.
(2) Conceptualize your temporary park using the design template included in the guidelines document.
(3) E-mail your design concept and a written description to us: events@nomabid.org, subject line: "NoMa Park(ing) Day 2017 application." DEADLINE: COB WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 23.


Once the winning concepts have been selected, the BID will submit all necessary documents to DDOT for all four parks. We look forward to seeing your great ideas for temporary parks in NoMa!

Image courtesy Ayers Saint Gross, which participated in NoMa's Park(ing) Day 2016 with "Endless Park."

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Advantage Financial FCU Celebrates a Year in NoMa

Advantage Financial Federal Credit Union is celebrating its first anniversary in NoMa all this week with special events every day, including a free financial seminar, a sweet-tooth happy hour, and a refer-a-friend special. Check the credit union's dedicated webpage for complete details.

Thanks for making NoMa your D.C. home, Advantage!

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NoMa Summer Screen: Final 3 Weeks!

Have you attended a Summer Screen event yet? There are only three weeks left to enjoy movie viewing under the NoMa night sky. Here's what's on the schedule for the remainder of the season, as well as the food trucks that will be in attendance. We've also noted sunset times for each because movies begin shortly after sundown — and, alas, the days are getting shorter!

• August 16 (8:00 pm sunset): Lee Daniels’ The Butler — Tacos Matadores / DC Pollo / Popped Republic
• August 23 (7:50 pm sunset): White House Down — Arepa Zone / The Orange Cow / Popped Republic
• August 30 (7:40 pm sunset): All the President’s Men — BBQ Bus / Goodies Frozen Custard / Popped Republic

A big THANK YOU to our August Summer Screen sponsor: SPACES, a new coworking space in NoMa, located at 1140 3rd St. NE (aka Uline Arena).

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NoMa Parks Foundation Seeks Community Input
to Name Two Parks

The NoMa Parks Foundation is seeking community input to name the 2.5-acre green space north of New York Avenue (known as “NoMa Green”), and a smaller park at the corner of 3rd and L streets NE (known as 3rd and L Park). Neighbors and community members are encouraged to propose names at ImagineNoMaParks.org through August 25. At the website, you’ll find helpful documents for each park, including images of the designs, neighborhood history, and some questions to consider as you brainstorm names.

Suggested names will be narrowed to four or five options, then released again for a community vote. The final selections will be recommended to the D.C. Council and Mayor Muriel Bowser, who will make the ultimate decision on the name for these new public parks that will serve all District residents and visitors.

Thanks in advance for your participation!

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