The Book Club in our neighborhood meets regularly. An email goes out to the neighborhood inviting participation.
The Neighborhood Lunch is organized by Jean Hoyt. A local restaurant is chosen. Some friends carpool. Others meet and join the group on location. All are welcome.
The Black Path Spring Cleanup is a fun way to do service, get some exercise and chat with neighbors.
A Block Party for kids of all ages has been considered.
Our annual Labor Day Picnic is a wonderful time to spend with family and friendly neighbors.
Halloween is great fun for all, with a party often hosted to kick off the trick or treat ramble.
First Snow Chili Potluck has been an annual event in the past. As soon as the snow starts to fall, the word goes out, everyone gets cooking, and we gather for dinner that evening.
Maggie Toscano invites us to attend concerts of the Cathedral Choral Society. It performs choral masterworks with orchestra; Christmas concerts with the Washington Symphonic Brass; in the National Cathedral. www.cathedralchoralsociety.org
Maggie Toscano invites us to attend the Concert Series on Tuesday at Noon at Church of the Epiphany (Metro Center], 13th & G Streets, Washington, D.C. website for concert schedule www.epiphanydc.org. All auditioned; free-will offering accepted.
Jean Hanson & Lester LaForce recommend the National Geographic “All Roads” film festival—films about foreign countries made by National Geographic grant recipients.
Valerie Tate & Gregory Arms recommend the New Orchestra of Washington (NOW), a one-of-a-kind ensemble. As a small chamber orchestra with flexible instrumentation, NOW elevates every member to his or her highest potential as an individual virtuoso and an ensemble player, creating a unique and engaging live performance experience for its audience. NOW’s programming is neither strictly classical nor purely academic. Rather, each program is conceived to be attractive, inspirational and memorable. https://www.neworchestraofwashington.org