Daily Archives: February 23, 2016
Last fall TNA organized a fundraiser at Jimmy Valentine’s Lonely Hearts Club to support youth programs in our community. Basketball uniforms for children at the Trinidad Recreation Center were one of the items purchased with funds raised by community members. If you haven’t had a chance to catch one of the games, here are some photos of a game played last Saturday, February 20th against a team from Benning Stoddert Recreation Center. The Trinidad team’s new uniforms are in red.
Great effort by the Trinidad team!
The February TNA meeting will be held at the Trinidad Recreation Center (1310 Childress St NE) starting at 7 pm this evening. Join us for discussions on third party ambulance service in DC, BEST Kids Mentoring, DOES job training and apprentice programs, and more.
Last summer and fall some members of the Trinidad Community took part in Mobilizing Our Community at the Atlas Performing Arts Center. The mobiles were designed and built by community members and were then on display during the H Street Festival in September. Now the largest mobile from the project is the set for a wonderful dance performance during the Atlas INTERSECTIONS Festival.
Here’s all the info from the Atlas Theater about the event:
See the code below for a 20% discount on tickets. The performance is great for all ages, 5 and up, but is not just for children!
**New York-based General Mischief Dance Theatre’s new production “Up and Away” is coming to Washington D.C.! The company’s new dance stories include Suite Shel inspired by the poems of Shel Silverstein, and Recreation featuring a 20-foot mobile built by Kevin Reese and Washington D.C. volunteers from the 2015 Mobilizing Our Community project! Mischief uses the power of joy and laughter to share ideas, and the performance is suitable for mischiefs young and old.
Saturday, February 27th at 11:30am
at the Atlas Performing Arts Center
1333 H Street NE
Washington D.C. 20002
[Mobilizing Our Community participants can get 20% off using code MOBILES]
Thank you and hope to see you there!
Mary Hall Surface
Resident Artist and Curator
Atlas Performing Arts Center