Old City Green - Octoberything

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It's a cutty pasty day today:

To celebrate three years of business and community outreach, OLD CITY green is hosting our own October-fest.

Games, workshops, music, food, scary movies, and of course a haunted house! All are welcome to the festivities!

Friday (28th)
7:00pm - 8:30pm
Haunted Garden
($5/family suggested donation)
spooks for all ages!!!  snacks included

9:00pm - 11:00pm
Scary Outdoor Movie

the original Night of the Living Dead....seriously scary (13+ please) giant outdoor movie complete with campfire and popcorn

Saturday (29th)
10:00am - 11:00am
Medicinal Herb Workshop by Tricia McCauley
Tricia McCauley is an herbalist and health coach specializing in digestive issues, food sensitivities, and stress management. She works with individual clients at Healing Arts of Capitol Hill, teaches workshops around the DC area, makes lotions and lip balms, and is the resident herbalist at Common Good City Farm. Sign up for her newsletter, read her blog, and find out more at www.nutriciaconsulting.com or www.leafyhead.com.

11:00am - 12:30pm
Apple Bobbing,
Pumpkin Carving
BYOK (Bring your own knife)

12:00pm - 1:30pm
Lunch with TofuDelights

2:00pm - 3:30pm
Community Beautification Discussion
Meet with community leaders from Shaw and the surrounding neighborhoods to discuss how we can beautify and green our public outdoor spaces, and how OLD CITY green can support community activities to promote streetscape beautification.

Vegetarian/Vegan Potluck dinner
with LIVE MUSIC BY Sligo Creek Stompers!!!
followed by Smores on a campfire.
open mic from 6-7 (let us know if you'd like to participate)
open bar!!

suggested $8 and a dish or pay what you can
**costumes optional**

Throughout the day you will have the opportunity
to guess the girth of our giant hay-bale!
$2 a guess and the winner (announced Sunday)
gets a $50 gift certificate to OCg!

Sunday (30th)
10:00am - 1:00pm
3rd Annual 9th st. Tulip Planting with Shaw Main Streets
breakfast included!

Raffle Winner Announced

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