The Bloomingdale Community Day in Crispus Attucks Park is this Saturday, May 16!
Featuring the Taste of Bloomingdale, with over dozen restaurants participating, a huge Yard Sale, with over 40 vendors, music from the band Cool Fire and the DC Boys Choir, artist and author Tom Noll, and the participation of numerous local businesses and nonprofits. Now in its 12th year, the Crispus Attucks Park Community Day is Bloomingdale’s biggest annual event, and the largest fundraiser for Crispus Attucks Park. All are invited!
Click here if you are a business or nonprofit and you would like to donate to Crispus Attucks Park to help sponsor the Community Day. Your business or organization will be listed as a generous sponsor on our event marketing communications.
Crispus Attucks Park thanks the following sponsors and participants in the Taste of Bloomingdale (updated as more join in!):
Join the Board of Directors of CADC for our quarterly meeting! We’ll vote to elect Board members and Officers, discuss the conservation easement to protect the park, and hear updates on the community day and other volunteer events.
All neighborhood residents are welcome to attend.
As the days turn short, the sun rises low, and the temperatures stay cold, we hope you continue to enjoy Crispus Attucks Park.
Crispus Attucks Park needs volunteers to get ready for winter! Meet us this Saturday, November 8, to help mulch flowerbeds, prune trees, plant bulbs, unearth stones, and dig out a post. We’ll have coffee and snacks!
We only have a few workdays a year, and this will be our last one for 2014. See you in the memory garden at 9am!
After the workday, we’re having our final 2014 CADC Board meeting, which is open to the public. The meeting is Tuesday, Nov. 11 at 7pm, at 2024 North Capitol St. NW. Please join us to hear about placing a conservation easement on the park and policing strategies for keeping the park safe.
You’re invited to a cocktail party and fundraiser for Crispus Attucks Park on Sunday, October 26, 3-6pm! Find out more about Bloomingdale’s hidden gem and what you can do to ensure Crispus Attucks Park remains a beautiful, open inviting and safe green space for the entire community. Have a fun afternoon with your neighbors–and bring your checkbook :)!
Come and enjoy:
Crispus Attucks Park is operated and maintained by CADC, a non-profit organization made up entirely of volunteers and park neighbors. Crispus Attucks Park is fully open to the public, but it is not a city park and receives NO money from the government. All maintenance and upkeep is paid for and performed entirely by the CADC Board and generous friends of the park. CADC exists solely on community support.
100% of donated funds go DIRECTLY to the protection, maintenance, upkeep and development of the park. It costs roughly $10,000 each year—just to maintain the park—that does not include any additional projects or improvements.
Have fun, learn about getting involved with the park, and raise funds for an important community project! We hope to see you there!
If you can’t make it but want to make a generous donation, you can do so securely on this website.