Barracks Row 4th of July Parade Photos

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Every 4th of July marchers form up under the protective cover of I 695.
Meanwhile a patriotic crowd waits up and down 8th Street. Phil Guire,
Grand Marshall organizes groups in parade order and at 10:00AM 
sharp they're off!  Check if your favorite Capitol Hill organization
was part of the 2016 4th of July Parade ... 
Take a look at our album here

Marine Corps Marching Band at rest - they lead the parade
Eastern High School Drill Team warms up.



Capitol Hill Corner also has an excellent selection of photos here.

Do More 24

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This Thursday is Do More 24! Do More 24 is the local movement powered by United Way of the National Capital Area that provides a simple way to generate excitement and connects donors with the causes they care most about throughout the National Capital Community. Over 700 local Nonprofits are working together this year.

The goal is to inspire the entire DMV to come together for 24 hours to give as much as possible to support the work of public 501c3 nonprofits and raise awareness in the National Capital Community!

Below is a list of Barracks Row participants and partners:

The Washington Humane Society/Washington Animal Rescue League

Capitol Hill Arts Workshop

Anacostia Watershed Society

People Animals Love

National Alliance on Mental Illness

Dupont Circle Main Streets


Or give directly to Barracks Row Main Street here to help support the great work we do!

Garden Party 2017 Tickets & Sponsorships

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Click here or on the picture below to buy sponsorships or tickets!

Garden Party Tickets/Sponsorships Now Available!

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Click here to purchase tickets or sponsor the event. 

Taste of 8th Menu is here!

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Barracks Row Main Street is a designated DC Main Streets commercial district.  Barracks Row Main Street is funded in part by the Department of Small and Local Business Development.