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The annual neighborhood garden tour is set for Sunday June 11th. As usual, we’ll meet at Tony’s “Secret Garden” [1130 Montello Ave NE, at the corner of Montello and Morse] at noon for a pre-tour social and light refreshments. The tour gets started at 1pm. We have about 8 gardens on the tour this year, showing a range of plantings and yard design.
If you would like to submit your garden for the tour, please fill out this form with your details and a description of your garden.
The tour map and approximate schedule will be posted here closer to the tour date so you can join us in progress if you need to. Everyone is welcomed. It is free and no tickets or reservations are needed. Please help us spread the word.
THIS Saturday – have a cup of coffee with your neighbors and then help pick up litter on our streets. Please share this with neighbors, especially those who aren’t online.
Learn more about the range of PK3-12th grade public school options that Ward 5 has to offer in the upcoming 2017-18 school year! All families are welcome!
SAVE THE DATE:
Meet representatives from over 30 Ward 5 schools,
including traditional DCPS and public charters!
*In the event of inclement weather, the #Ward5EdFair will be rescheduled for the following Saturday, February 4th (same time, same location). Sponsors will communicate a final decision as of Thursday, January 26th, if need be.
For most of the past 8 years the Trinidad Neighborhood Association (TNA) has held monthly community meetings. The meetings were an opportunity for neighbors to meeting and receive information from the Metropolitan Police Department, elected officials, and special guests. While the meetings were a great opportunity for community engagement, Trinidad is well served by three dynamic ANC Commissioners that also hold regular meetings. Upon reflection TNA has determined that our regular monthly meetings were becoming increasingly duplicative, and have decided to end our regular community meetings. This change will allow TNA to focus more on being a conduit for community based grassroots project initiatives. That includes projects that range from community cleanups to history trails to little library projects, and social events like brunches, teas, tours, outings and happy hours. In a sense the sky’s the limit, but it all requires community engagement and involvement.
TNA is a volunteer driven community organization. TNA is a 501c(3) Non-Profit Corporation, a charity, focused squarely on improving the quality of life in the Trinidad Neighborhood. There is no staff. TNA is made up of neighbors just like you.
If you want to organize a community event we can help spread the word online, we could serve as a fiscal agent for grants (pending board approval), and we are the official Friends of Organization for the Trinidad Recreation Center (we can hold fundraisers to support programming for that recreation center). The bottom line is we need you, your ideas, your energy, and your passion. Together we can continue to improve the quality of life in our neighborhood.
The Officers and Board of the Trinidad Neighborhood Association wish all of our neighbors a Happy Thanksgiving. There will not be a community meeting this month.
Have questions about trash pick up, leaf collection or snow plowing? DC Department of a Public Works will be on hand at this month’s meeting to give you answers. Plus, we’ll have the usual round of updates.
Tuesday October 25
7:00 – 8:30 pm
Trinidad Recreation Center, 1310 Childress St NE
Let’s make Trinidad look nicer by picking up trash along our streets and in our parks. Meet at Joe Cole recreation center on Neal Street this Saturday October 8 at 10am to get trash bags and break out into teams. How much of the neighborhood we can cover and which areas get priority depends on who comes out to help. So please join us. Plus it is a great way to get to know your neighbors.
Everything you ever wanted to know about water in DC!
TNA’s Monthly Community Meeting
Tuesday August 23rd
Trinidad Recreation Center
1310 Childress St NE
We’ll have a number of different representatives of DC Water at this month’s meeting to answer questions about water quality, water conservation, the impacts of large-scale construction projects and our aging plumbing systems.
Plus other community updates.
On Saturday August 6, 2016, ANC Commissioner Keisha Shropshire along with DC Metropolitan Police Department and DC Department of Parks and Recreation will be hosting a Trinidad Day for the vibrant, eclectic community.
“This annual celebration is back again after a four year hiatus and with an added punch! Instead of just giving the constituents what they want, they will also get what they need, jobs! A hiring event with on the spot hiring will be part of the festivities. Some of the areas most engaging local musical acts will touch stage, in addition to activities for seniors to children. This is an event supported by neighborhood businesses. The best things in life are free -Join us!”
-Commissioner Keisha Shropshire
If you would like to donate, please click here.
For more information or to volunteer please contact Commissioner Keisha Shropshire @ 404-245-6772 or email: 5D02@ANC.DC.GOV
The June Trinidad Neighborhood Association will be held at the Trinidad Recreation Center on Tuesday, June 28th. The meeting starts at 7:oo pm.
Items on the agenda include:
- A representative of the Northeast Boundary Tunnel Project, the project that will be going under Mount Olivet Road
- Litter prevention programs
- Updates from the Mayor’s office, Councilmember’s office, and the Police Department
Meeting are free and open to the public.