July 1: Watch Grease at NoMa Summer Screen Wednesday
Grab your dancing shoes – Grease hits the screen at NoMa Summer Screen Wednesday, July 1. The fun starts at 7 PM, and film starts at sunset. DJs, giveaways, as well as the usual food trucks, picnicking, and more start when the doors open. All movies are screened with subtitles. Bluejacket Brewery will also be on site selling their fantastic summer brews! This year’s danciest film series under the stars is hosted at NoMa Junction @ Storey Park, a future development site at 1005 First Street, NE, that has been transformed for 2015 into NoMa’s best temporary park yet. The new site is asphalt, so we highly recommend you bring low beach chairs or cushions. View the full schedule.
July 4: NoMa’s July 4th Bash
Need plans for July 4th? Come enjoy live music, moon bounces, games, face painting, and more at NoMa’s July Fourth Bash! This free public event will be held at NoMa Junction @ Storey Park (1005 First Street, NE) from 4-7 PM. Celebrate the Fourth of July with friends, family, and neighbors. Free hamburgers, hot dogs and watermelon will be provided for the first 200 people, courtesy of Harris Teeter. Coolers, picnics, chairs, blankets, and dogs are all welcome.
July 7: Family Film Night: Happy Feet 2
The fifth annual Family Film Night returns July 7 with a screening of Happy Feet 2 (PG, 2011)! Families and children are invited to watch free, kid-centric films on the following Tuesdays this summer:
Free food and beverages will be provided for the first 100 people, courtesy of sponsor Harris Teeter at 7 PM. Family Film Night at Sursum Corda will take place in the plaza at L and First Streets, NW. Please note that this is at a different location than NoMa Summer Screen. The event starts at 7 PM with fun activities and free food, and films start at sunset.
July 8: NoMa Junction @ Storey Park Mural Unveiling
Join NoMa BID and Words, Beats & Life for the opening celebration of the completed murals at NoMa Junction @ Storey Park. Meet the 55 artists who transformed what was once a parking lot into the largest piece of public art in Washington, DC. There will be free food, music by DJ RBI and a breakdancing performance by the Words, Beats & Life b-boys and b-girls from 6-7:30 PM. After the unveiling, stick around for NoMa Summer Screen.
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