Saturday, December 14, 2013

John Salatti: Bloomingdale Yoga District yoga fundraiser to save McMillan Park -- Sunday, 12-15-2013

See this message from Bloomingdale resident John Salatti:


Just received word about this yoga fundraiser to Save McMillan Park!  Gracy Obuchowicz, senior instructor at Bloomingdale's Yoga District, and former Bloomingdale resident, is offering this special class to help save a special place.  Details are below.  And I can tell you that Gracy is the best.  She is a wonderful instructor who has great technique, but most of all she has the truly amazing spirit that really is healing all by itself.

Thanks,
John

John T. Salatti
(202) 986-2592
Together, Building a Better Bloomingdale





Calling all yoga lovers of Bloomingdale, the surrounding neighborhoods (like LeDroit Park), and the DC district at large! 

Please join us for a very special yoga fundraiser to save historic McMillan Park on Sunday December 15, from 2:30 - 4:30pm at the Bloomingdale Yoga District. 

Yoga District's senior teacher and Bloomingdale lover Gracy Obuchowicz will lead a beginner-friendly yoga class with the theme of using yoga to inspire and awaken conscious activism in our communities. All levels of yoga are welcome. 

Community leaders Hugh Youngblood and Paul Cerruti will speak about the importance of preserving and restoring McMillan park as a world class park to serve all DC residents and visitors, attract creative and innovative commercial/business solutions to the park, as well as what we all can do as a community to save this marvelous, unique site.

Friends Of McMillan is a non profit organization. Please visitwww.friendsofmcmillan.org for further information and to sign the online petition today. Every signature counts - so please take a moment to Save McMillan Park!

                                                                            
Free sign up online and suggested donation in studio is $20.


and then put 12/15/2013 in the DATE box and this event should come right up.


2 comments:

  1. Those who protest the development only care about not loosing parking spots on the street they have and don't want more traffic around the area. That's all. Forget about other people that want a grocery store, shops and restaurants, etc. Forget about hundreds of new jobs and huge revenue for the District of Columbia. Please support the development! Let's get rid of ugly barbed wire and let people in!

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  2. Those who protest the development only care about not loosing parking spots on the street they have and don't want more traffic around the area. That's all. Forget about other people that want a grocery store, shops and restaurants, etc. Forget about hundreds of new jobs and huge revenue for the District of Columbia. Please support the development! Let's get rid of ugly barbed wire and let people in!

    Monday, July 07, 2014 11:56:38 AM

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