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Family Film Night: Despicable Me
JULY
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NoMa BID Public Safety Meeting
JULY
10
Noma Summer Screen: Bridesmaids
JULY
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Evening Concert: Raddy & The Cats
JULY
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Lunchtime Concerts: Miguel Aubertin
JULY
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DC Drive in: Dr. Strangelove
JULY
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NoMa Summer Screen: Moonrise Kingdom
JULY
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Eckington Civic Association Clean Up
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Tonight: Despicable Me at Family Film Night
Calling all kids and their families! Tonight, the NoMa BID presents our first Family Film Night of the season at Sursum Corda, a family-centric film festival on Tuesday nights this summer. Starting at 7 p.m. enjoy some fun activities and free food courtesy of our NoMa Harris Teeter, including free sandwiches, popcorn, fruit, and water; our feature film ‘Despicable Me’ will start at sunset. The movies will be held in Sursum Corda in the plaza at L and First Streets, NW. For more information go to http://www.nomabid.org/family-film-night/. Many thanks to Sursum Corda for hosting, and to Harris Teeter for sponsoring.

Full Line-Up
  • July 9: Despicable Me. PG
  • July 23: Toy Story 3. G
  • August 6: Happy Feet. PG
  • August 20: How to Train Your Dragon. PG
Wednesday: Bridesmaids at NoMa Summer Screen
Bridesmaids is playing at NoMa Summer Screen on Wednesday, July 10. Come out to the Loree Grand Field at Second and L Streets, NE to connect with friends, coworkers, and family under the stars. Bring a picnic, cooler, Frisbee, blanket, and your friendly (leashed) dog. Popped! Republic, Orange Cow, Capital Chicken & Waffles, Something Stuffed and Red Hook Lobster Pound will all be serving up your favorite culinary delights. Across the street, the team at Union Kitchen is hosting a happy hour-style hang out with food vendors, beer, and music at their Lot at Third & L Streets, NE. The fun starts at 7 p.m. and the film starts at sunset. All movies are screened with subtitles. NoMa Summer Screen is organized by the NoMa BID, and the site is provided by Toll Brothers Apartment Living. More information can be found at www.nomasummerscreen.com. Follow us on Twitter and Facebook for updates, free giveaways and weather cancellations.

Remaining Line-Up
  • July 10: Bridesmaids: R.
  • July 17: Moonrise Kingdom: PG-13.
  • July 24: True Grit: (2010) PG-13.
  • July 31: Hunger Games: PG-13.
  • August 7: Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid: PG.
  • August 14: Ferris Bueller’s Day Off PG-13.
Several Red Line Metro Stations Closed This Weekend
Beginning 10 p.m. on Friday, July 12 through Sunday, July 14, Metro will be closing several stations on the Red Line for weekend work. Free shuttle buses will replace Red Line trains between Silver Spring and NoMa-Gallaudet U stations. The Takoma, Brookland and Rhode Island Avenue stations will be closed. Metro says travelers who use the shuttle buses can expect to add up to 30 minutes to their travel times. To learn more, please visit WMATA’s website.
DC Free Summer Meals Program
The Office of the State Superintendent of Education (OSSE) kicked-off its DC Free Summer Meals Program (FSMP) efforts to provide free nutritious meals and snacks to children 18 years old and younger while school is out. Please share this information with any and all youths who are in need of a free meal this summer.
 
The meals are available near NoMa at Sursum Corda, Eliot Hine Middle School, and Miner Elementary School; and at more than 100 sites across the District of Columbia including public and private nonprofit school food authorities, faith-based and community-based organizations, housing authorities, and public and private nonprofit summer camps throughout Washington. The program runs through August 23, 2013 and does not require an application.
Rhythm in NoMa Concerts: Evening Concert Thursday, Lunch Concert Friday
Evening Concert
The second Rhythm in NoMa evening concert of the summer will be Thursday, July 11 with food vendors and fantastic tunes from DC locals Raddy and the Cats, a R&B group. Bring a friend, neighbor and your family, and swing over to the Union Kitchen Lot at Third and L Streets, NE from 6-8 p.m! These free evening performances are held the last Thursday of each month, May – September, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.

Featuring:
  • Some of Union Kitchen’s awesome food trucks and vendors (follow us on Twitter @NoMaBID for more details!)
  • Union Kitchen will be selling beer and wine
  • Sidewalk chalk and bubbles for kids
  • Some chairs and floor mats - feel free to bring your own!
Full concert lineup and dates are at www.nomabid.org/concerts. Hosted by Union Kitchen.

Lunchtime Concert
Miguel Aubertin will play the fourth Rhythm in NoMa lunchtime concert on Friday, July 12. Enjoy this reggae concert, your summer Fridays, and the courtyard at Union Center Plaza (810-840 First Street, NE) from 11:30 a.m. -1:30 p.m. every Friday now through August 9. Concert lineup and dates are at www.nomabid.org/concerts.
Drive-In Movies at Union Market on Fridays
Union Market’s fantastic drive-in film series starts this week! “DC Drive-In” runs Fridays from July 12 – August 2. This Friday’s movie is Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb. Starting at 7 p.m., enjoy live music, contests, giveaways, dine with the delicious Union Market vendors, or explore the market. Food will be served directly to your car by rollerskating car hops! At 9 p.m. the film will be projected onto Union market’s giant three-story exterior wall.

DC Drive-Ins is free and open to the public. Union Market takes reservations for vehicles, and it is highly recommended that you make a reservation. If you were unable to make a reservation please line up southbound on Sixth Street, NE; beginning at 7 p.m. Union Market will direct the first-comers to a section of the lot saved for day-of arrivals. Don’t have a car? There will be a secured picnic area on the parking lot for bikers and walkers. But, get there early! No reservations will be taken for the picnic area, and it will fill up quickly. For more information about this vintage-inspired event, please click here.
Quarterly Ambassador Award
Congratulations to Anthony Green, Jr., the recipient of NoMa’s Quarterly Ambassador Award for Second Quarter 2013.  Anthony joined the team in September 2012 as a temporary Hospitality Ambassador and then was brought on permanently the very next month. He won this award, in part, for providing superior customer service to all those he encounters in the NoMa neighborhood, as well as his consistent attention to public space and infrastructure issues, such as banners or graffiti. Anthony enjoys keeping abreast of DC development and cultural events, playing basketball, and staying active.
Anacostia Watershed Society Benefit
On July 23 come learn about initiatives that seek to make DC one of the greenest cities in the country. From 5:30- 7:30 Todd Gray's Watershed Restaurant, located at 1225 First Street, NE will host "Greening the City" a low impact development showcase and benefit for the Anacostia Watershed Society. This showcase will feature lectures from Kojo Nnamdi, host of the Kojo Nnamdi Show on WAMU 88.5 and Nancy Somerville from the American Society of Landscape Architects, and will highlight solutions to ameliorate the negative impacts of stormwater. Click here to register for this event.
July 4th Bash: Friends, Families, Neighbors Celebrated
More than 300 neighbors, friends and families gathered at the Loree Grand Field on July 4 last week from 5-8 p.m. to celebrate our country's independence with their neighbors. Harris Teeter donated hundreds of hamburgers, hot dogs, chips, cookies, water, and an abundance of water to feed the attendees. Thank you Harris Teeter for your generous support!

Attendees could choose from an array of activities, including face painting, bocce, corn hole, bear pong (no, that is not a typo), as well as jumping on a moonbounce, running through a sprinkler, or just sitting with their friends and family. Mayor Gray made a surprise appearance at this neighborhood party, and led the parade of children, dogs, and bicycles around the block. Prizes were given to the most patriotically dressed dogs and children.

This free and public event was organized by the NoMa BID. Many thanks to Harris Teeter for sponsoring all of the free food at the event, Capitol Hill North Neighborhood Association, Eckington Civic Association, Bates Area Civic Association, DC Bocce League, Union Kitchen, Unleashed by PETCO, and Metro Mutts for partnering with NoMa BID for this event, and to Toll Brothers Apartment Living for providing the site. Please click here to view more pictures from the event.
Retail Specials
Fiddleheads Salon: $10 off your cut or styling when you mention the NoMa BID Newsletter
 
Thaaja:
Weekday Happy Hour 4-8 pm; $4 beer and wine, $5 spirit drinks

Todd Gray's Watershed
Wine Happy Hour (Mondays 4-7 pm; $5 House Wines)
2 dor 1 Tuesdays (4-7 pm, 2 for 1 Miller Lite Bottles)
1/2 Price Wine Night (Fridays 4-7 pm; applies to all wine bottles under $50)
Burger and Beer Special (Wednesdays, 2 pm - close; Burger & Draft Beer Special $15)
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