Friday, May 05, 2017

Local Briefing: ABRA News, Miner PTO Yard Sale, & Potato Printing at Union Market

Fare Well has applied to add a summer garden for 30 patrons

ABRA Related News

The Alcoholic Beverage Control Board recently approved a request to extend the safekeeping for the liquor license held by Coast In Liquors (301 Florida Ave) through the end of September. The Coast In lot is part of a Ditto Residential Development mixed use project. The Board also approved the Settlement Agreement between Quara Ethiopian Restaurant (to open at 818 H St.) and Advisory Neighborhood Commission 6A. Nomad Hookah Bar (1200 H St.) also entered into a new Settlement Agreement with ANC 6A. Fare Well (406 H St.) is applying to add a summer garden for up to 30 patrons, as well as an endorsement that would allow them to provide live entertainment. We also have new applications coming in from Buredo (CR for their upcoming sushi burrito restaurant at 625 H St.) and Farmbird (a grilled chicken restaurant also set to open at 625 H St.). Farmbird's application includes a sidewalk cafe for seven patrons.

Printing with Potatoes at Union Market

Union Market
 (1309 Fifth St.) is offering an upcoming class on printing with potatoes. The class, part of their Test Kitchen series, will cover carving and inking techniques. Participants will make art prints, print some greeting cards, and a dish towel or tote bag to take home. Refreshments will be provided, and $5 from every $40 ticket will be donated to the Capital Area Food Bank. Thursday, May 11 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.

Miner PTO Yard Sale

Miner Elementary's Parent Teacher Organization (PTO) will host the Miner Community Yard Sale this Saturday, May 6 from 9 a.m. to Noon to raise money for the group. Cash and credit cards will be accepted at the sale at 601 15th St. (in the cafeteria). They'll have a variety of clothing, furniture, kids clothes, toys, housewares, games, strollers, and bikes.

The Miner PTO, which is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization for tax purposes, can provide a donation receipt for your gently used clothing, books, toys, household goods and other items. All proceeds from the sale will go into the PTO general fund and become available for “mini-grants” for teachers and clubs.


Anonymous said...

Why no coverage of Mayor Bowser's War on Cats?

Anonymous said...

More like the Tommy Wells war on cats.