Anacostica Watershed Society’s June Watershed Wednesday Happy Hour at Bardo
Celebrate the Bald Eagles nesting at the Arboretum with the Anacostia Watershed Society!
Wednesday, June 17, 2015
6:00pm – 8:00pm
Bardo Brewpub, 1200 Bladensburg Rd. NE Washington, DC 20002
Description: What’s it like to be a bird living in the Anacostia Watershed? Why is it such a big deal that Bald Eagles are nesting at the National Arboretum for the first time in 47 years? Do you have an interest in birding but don’t know where to start?
Come get some answers over a cold brew at AWS’s June Watershed Wednesday Happy Hour! Discover and/or cultivate your love for birds and learn just how important these graceful creatures are to the watershed. Keep an eye on the sky, an eagle just might fly by!
For more information and to RSVP click here.
Inspired to Garden?
Inspired by the Trinidad Neighborhood Garden Tour?
Check out DPR’s Free Summer Garden Workshop Series & TNA’s Fall Bulb Sale
Wish you had spring blooms in your garden? Make that dream come true while supporting TNA’s neighborhood beautification efforts. Our annual Flower Power fundraiser offers a selection of bulbs that will be shipped directly to your door at the ideal planting time.
For every purchase you make, Flower Power gives 50% back to TNA. Click Here to Shop!
Free Garden Workshops
While you are waiting for your bulbs, check out The Summer Garden Workshop Series being offered by the Department of Parks and Recreation. Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays through September. Workshops are free but registration is required.
Trinidad’s Annual Neighborhood Garden Tour Blooms on Sunday May 17th
Trinidad’s Annual Neighborhood Garden Tour
Sunday May 17th
Join your neighbors for an afternoon garden social. Tour some of our local gardens, get tips and inspiration for your own gardens, make new friends and catch up with old ones.
10 am – pre-tour social & light brunch
Tony’s Garden 1130 Montello Ave NE
at the corner of Morse St NE
12 – 4pm – Walking Tour of Gardens
The tour map shows the 8 stops along the tour. In between stops the tour will pass by some fantastic front yard gardens. Late-comers can click through to get the approximate times the tour will be at each stop and catch up with the tour in progress. Refreshments, seed packets and flower bulbs will be shared along the way.
The tour is free and open to the community although donations to benefit TNA’s neighborhood beautification efforts are encouraged and appreciated. To get more involved email firstname.lastname@example.org.