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The 4th Annual Wacky & Whimsical Tea for THEARC

The 4th Annual "Wacky & Whimsical Tea to Benefit THEARC" was a fun-filled Sunday afternoon that  included high tea and tasty treats, a silent auction, creative games and activities, a treasure trove, special entertainment and other surprises. The event took place on March 2, 2013 at the Ritz-Carlton of Washington, DC. All of the proceeds from the event benefited the Town Hall Education Arts Recreation Campus (THEARC).

Lecture Series Sparks Dialouge: African American Innovators & Entrepreneurs

The Museum for Black Innovation and Entrepreneurship Presents:

Creatively Making a World of Difference: African American Innovators and Entrepreneurs

Free and Open to the Public at THEARC
1901 Mississippi Avenue, SE, Washington, DC 20020

Partner: 
ArtReach at THEARC

'Coats for Kids' Warms Hearts @THEARC

Coats for Kids, an organization which provides new outerwear to at-risk children in the Greater Washington D.C. Metro area, in partnership with Lord & Taylor gave over 50 coats to THEARC last month.

Elementary Students Envision Bridge Park!

Over the last several months, Gifted and Talented Resource Teacher, Robert Schwab, at Maryland's Clarksville Elementary School, challenged  his students to create their own version of the 11th Street Bridge Park.

11th Street Arts and Recreation Bridge Timeline Announced

"As the old 11th Street river bridges that connect Washington, DC’s Capitol Hill and historic Anacostia neighborhoods are being replaced, the District government and a local nonprofit organization, Building Bridges Across the River at THEARC, will transform the aged infrastructure into the city’s first elevated park: a new venue for healthy recreation, environmental education and the arts." - East City Art

"Mobile Health Unit Provides Some Wheels Out of Poverty"

Children's Health Project of DC provides a solution to the difficulties associated with accessing primary medical care with a mobile health unit.

DC Urban Turf Interviews Scott Kratz of the 11th Street Bridge Park Project

DC Urban Turf interviews Scott Kratz, and learns about the 11th Street Bridge Park Project.