The Corner Forum
Wednesday, Dec. 10, 2003
Issue #58

Calendar of Events

If you attend any of these events, please send in anything from a few lines to a long article about what happened. And if you know of any upcoming events that other readers might be interested in, send them in! Events are free, unless otherwise noted, and open to all.

— Compiled by Sharon Cochran

1300 block of Emerald

Thursday, December 11

7-9 p.m. ANC 6A Monthly Meeting. Preliminary agenda includes a discussion with Council Member Sharon Ambrose on PSA boundaries and 1626 Kramer St. NE; and consideration of using security cameras in high-crime areas. At Miner Elementary School, Student Dining Room, 601 15th St. NE. Info, ANC 6A Chairman Joseph Fengler (6A02), 423-8868. http://www.anc6a.org.

Saturday, December 13

2-5 p.m. Fort Dupont Ice Arena Holiday Celebration. Activities include public skating with the elves (2:30-4:30), pictures with Santa, face painting, arts and crafts, adult skating lesson for parents, and special guest appearances. Each activity will cost a small fee. All proceeds will go towards the purchase of new skates for the Kids On Ice programs. Fort Dupont Park Ice Arena, 3779 Ely Pl. SE. http://www.fdia.org/fdia/Home.asp.

10 a.m. - 7 p.m. The Capitol Hill Art League will offer an all-day exhibit and sale of smaller-scaled works with on-site gift wrapping services available. At Capitol Hill Arts Workshop, 545 7th St. SE. http://www.chaw.org.

Sunday, December 14

1-5 p.m. The Capitol Hill Arts Workshop 18th Annual Winter Revelry House Tour. This a tour of six homes and Friendship House with performing artists and refreshments at each location. This is a fundraiser for the Capitol Hill Arts Workshop and usually lots of fun. Tickets are $5 for children under 14 and $25 for adults. http://www.chaw.org.

Wednesday, December 17

6:30 p.m. PSA 511 monthly meeting. At Teachers Credit Union, 9th & D Streets NE. http://psa511.juniperdc.com.

6:30-8 p.m. H Street Transportation Study — Third Public Meeting. "At this meeting, we will briefly review the work done so far, and then move quickly into a discussion of preliminary recommendations, [including] bulb-outs, or sidewalk extensions, at most intersections; parking on both sides of the street at all times; innovative sidewalk designs; new street trees and tree boxes; a new set of colors and materials; double-headed lights all along the corridor; and a new, pedestrian-friendly plaza at the "Starburst Intersection." At the Capital Children's Museum, auditorium, 3rd & H Streets NE. Info, Rachel MacCleery, Ward 6 D.C. Transportation Planner, 671-2555. §