Do you do crafts of any kind? Are you looking for inspiration to start working on a craft project? Do you have a resolution to build craft-related skills this year? Are you interested in sharing your skills with others? Are you seeking new ideas or design inspiration?
A Trinidad Crafting Salon at the Logan Fringe Arts Space (1358 Florida Avenue NE) may be the place to start whether you are interested in paper crafts including card making, stamping or scrapbooking; fiber arts like knitting, crocheting, or sewing; painting; drawing; making collages; photography or film-making; woodworking; writing; or any other craft. Join a group of like-minded creative neighbors at series of Craft Salons to nurture your creative side this year.
There are three dates scheduled and all are welcome!
- Monday, February 8
- Monday, April 18th
- Monday, June 13th
These events are free and open to the public. Please share and invite your neighbors and anyone else interested in a creative space for an informal gathering to exchange ideas.
Bring portable craft projects to work on at the Craft Salon and to spark discussions.
⏱ Running time: 120 minutes
👥 Recommended for all ages
Capital Fringe, located at 1358 Florida Ave NE, may be a new Trinidad neighbor but the organization is celebrating it’s 10th anniversary this summer. As a lead-up to the signature Fringe Festival, which features live art performances from July 9 – August 2, Fringe opens it’s outdoor tent bar this month, with a big grand opening/anniversary party on June 19th. Y’all are invited!
The Double Digit Bash features local musical acts starting at 7pm under the Baldacchino Tent in the Fringe courtyard. The party is free and open to all ages. Special discount passes for the Fringe Festival will be available — check out their website for details.
Will we see you there?
Thursday, February 2nd
ADVISORY NEIGHBORHOOD COMMISSION 5B MONTHLY MEETING
7:00 pm – 9:00 pm, Community Room, 5th District Police Station, 1805 Bladensburg Rd. NE
Agenda: Presentations by medical marijuana cultivation center applicants with proposed facilities in 5B
Made up of the residents of the neighborhoods that are directly affected by government action, the ANC is the body of government with the closest official ties to the people in a neighborhood. ANC 5B meets the 1st Thursday of the month
Saturday, February 4th
GALLERY OPENING RECEPTIONS
6:00 – 8:00 pm, 1300 block of Florida Ave. NE
Connor Contemporary Art and G Fine Art will host opening night receptions for new exhibits with the artists in attendance. If you haven’t visited Trinidad’s art galleries, this is a great opportunity.
Wednesday, February 15th
HEARING ON DISPOSITION OF 5 PROPERTIES IN TRINIDAD
6:00 pm, DHCD 1st Floor Conference Room, 1800 Martin Luther King Ave. SE
DC Department of Housing and Community Development is holding this public hearing in order to assure that citizens are informed about the selling of the properties (1214 Staples St. NE, 1214 Montello Ave. NE, 1612 Montello Ave. NE, 1663 Montello Ave. NE & 1259 Holbrook Ter. NE) to Horizon Hill Ventures LLC, and to ensure that all citizens have the opportunity to present publicly their views concerning such sale. More information at DHCD.dc.gov.
Thursday, February 16th
POLICE SERVICE AREA 506 MEETING
7:00 pm, Community Room, 5th District Police Station, 1805 Bladensburg Rd. NE
Agenda: First meeting since realignment of PSAs will gauge interest for scheduling of future meetings
PSA officials work with area residents to address & resolve concerns to improve the quality of life in the neighborhoods.
Tuesday, February 21st
WARD 5 OVERSIGHT ROUNDTABLE ON ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS & PROGRAMS
6:00 pm – 9:00 pm, Turkey Thicket Recreation Center, 1100 Michigan Ave. NE
The public oversight roundtable has two purposes: to allow the District government witnesses to inform Ward 5 residents about the economic development projects and programs occurring in their neighborhoods and to provide an opportunity for Ward 5 residents to testify on economic development matters and recommend areas for improvement. To register to testify contact Priscilla McIver, Administrative Assistant to the Committee of the Whole, at (202) 724-8196 or email@example.com by February 20th
Thursday, February 23rd
5th DISTRICT CITIZENS ADVISORY COUNCIL
7:00 pm – 9:00 pm, Fifth District Station, 1805 Bladensburg Rd. NE
Will include meeting of all the 5th District PSAs
The CAC is an advisory panel in each police district that provides the District Commander with information and recommendations from the community on public safety problems and police service needs. All Fifth District residents are invited to the monthly CAC meeting.
Monday, February 27th
HEARING ON THE DISPOSITION OF THE OLD WEBB SCHOOL BUILDING
6:00 pm, Trinidad Recreation Center, 1310 Childress St. NE
The District will conduct a public hearing to receive public comments on the proposed surplus of the former Webb School Building (1374 Mt. Olivet Rd.) and the former Young School Building (820 26th St. NE)
Tuesday, February 28th
TRINIDAD NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATION GENERAL MEETING
7:00 pm – 8:30 pm, Trinidad Recreation Center, 1310 Childress St. NE
Agenda: Meet new board members and hear about TNA’s plans for 2012, how you can get involved and what we all can do to improve the quality of life in Trinidad.
Stay informed about the efforts of the Trinidad Neighborhood Association and happenings in the neighborhood.
Join the Trinidad-DC email list at http://groups.yahoo.com/group/TrinidadDC/