Saturday, October 29, 2011

here are the neighborhood events originally scheduled for today, Saturday, 10-29-2011, that are now rescheduled for tomorrow, Sunday, 10-30-2011

a) See this Friday afternoon message from Marc Morgan, President, LeDroit Park Civic Association:

Dear Friends,

Due to tomorrow weather forecast, we are moving the LeDroit OktoberFest and Common Good City Farm fall harvest to SUNDAY, Oct. 30 (11am to 5pm) at the Park at LeDroit.

The LeDroit Park Civic Association
in conjunction with
Common Good City Farm

is hosting a community

11am to 5pm

The Park at LeDroit
Elm St at 3rd St NW

A community day filled with live music, entertainment, food, fun and games for the whole family
Free and open to the public

Please plan to attend the LeDroit OktoberFest on SUNDAY, Oct. 30

This event is supported by: Howard University, Wells Fargo Bank, Busboys and Poets, Zipcar,
& Nellie's Sports Bar.

For more information, contact Marc Morgan at

Common Good City Farm:
LeDroit Park Civic Association:
To Volunteer or for Vendor information - email:
Marc D. Morgan
President, LeDroit Park Civic Association
202 then 642 - 3914

b) And read this message also sent out late Friday, 10-28-2011:

Due to the weather, we have rescheduled for Sunday, October 30. Hope to see you!!

---------- Forwarded message ----------

Join the Bloomingdale LeDroit Dog Park Association for "Halloween CuteFest: Puppies on Parade" being held on Saturday, October 30, starting at 3:30.

Bring your costumed pooch and join us for cider, cookies and conversation. And, of course, dog treats! Then get your furry friend's photo taken by our volunteer photographer. Don't have a pooch? Bring your kids - they'll love seeing the dressed up doggies. Join us around 4:30 for a short parade around the park and the neighborhood. Hope to see you there!

Location: Park at LeDroit dog park, near 3rd and Elm Sts. NW

This event is part of the LeDroit Park Oktoberfest celebration being held in the park on Saturday, 10/29 from 11-5.

For more information, visit .

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