Saturday, September 10, 2011

33rd Adams Morgan Day Festival Sept 11

“A Global Community of Cultures” 
The Adams Morgan Day Festival celebrates the creativity that comes from the synergy of diverse cultures 
Sunday, Sept 11, 2011. 12pm - 7pm
Dana Ellyn, “Bombs and Oil Everywhere
But Not A Drop to Drink”
30"x40"  oil on chipboard

The 33rd annual Adams Morgan Day street festival will take place on Sunday, September 11, 2011, on 18th Street between Columbia Rd, NW, and Florida Ave.NW from 12 pm to 7 pm, and in adjacent areas. Stroll colorful storefronts and sidewalk cafes and enjoy the neighborhood scale and local businesses away from the mall and downtown.

(Arts on Belmont) 10am - 7pm
Arts on Belmont showcases the work of original artists and artisans during the Adams Morgan Day Festival. Diverse artists stretch shady Belmont between Columbia Rd & 18th St.NW.
Belmont is a picturesque, typical Adams Morgan street with both historic and stately row houses. It serves as the perfect backdrop for the array of talented creative artists brought together under the plentiful shade of its umbrella-like oak trees.

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