12 Jan 2015

History:

Lost Capitol Hill: The First Navy Yard Neighborhood School

The Navy Yard neighborhood of Capitol Hill was the first real neighborhood to develop in D.C. While the city as a whole existed entirely to support the new Federal government and was therefore full of clerks, this neighborhood was there for the Navy Yard and so here lived all those needed to build and repair […]


07 May 2014

Volunteer for Capitol Hill

On Saturday, May 10, from 10am-2pm, the Hill Center will host Volunteer Capitol Hill, an event aimed at bringing together the many ways you can get involved in making our neighborhood even better. The event will showcase a wide variety of opportunities for volunteer services, featuring over 30 non-profit organizations that need assistance. Whether you are […]


14 Jan 2014

SWS Open House TOMORROW, January 15th

Listen up, expecting, new, and already-struggling-with-a-toddler-thanks parents! It’s OPEN HOUSE SEASON at your local schools, and we’re here to keep you updated about it. Why visit a school during open house? It’s a chance for you as a new parent to create fellow parent contacts, as well as to see the future learning environment of […]


19 Sep 2013

Yard Sales for the Weekend of 9/21/13

While you’re up in the attic or digging in the back of your closet trying to find those cooler weather clothes, I bet you’re finding all kinds of random things that you don’t need anymore.  You know what they say, one person’s trash is another person’s treasure.  If you’re having a yard sale this weekend, […]


21 Jun 2013

More ways to help Frager's this weekend

My shopping list of odds and ends is growing far too quickly. On a normal week, I would get half of the things needed to fix the odds and ends around my house at Frager’s, so it makes me sad every time I add another item to my shopping list. I’m pretty sure I’m not […]


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