From D.C.’s Field to Fork Network blog – as you plan your spring garden this season, consider setting aside a row for the “Grow A Row” program — a network of individual and community gardeners and Capital Area Food Bank partner organizations that use the produce to feed hungry families across the D.C. area.
Park View, D.C . puts this call out on behalf of the Ward 1 senior center, which opened its doors Feb. 28. To help jump-start some of its programs, the center is looking for donations of craft, recreation and furniture items as well as other things. Check out the list here .
We love the “flamingos” in Prince of Petworth’s lawn ornament of the day. Not pink plastic, but still great fun.
Better than flipping a coin? A Georgetown homeowner has decided to crowd-source the exterior color he/she will paint his/her home. So far the darker blue-gray appears to be the favorite. Thanks to the Georgetown Metropolitan for finding this one.
I’ve heard of stolen bikes, but stolen bike racks? The WashCycle has details .
That’s it for today. Thanks for reading and have a great rest of the evening. I’ll be back tomorrow with more great posts from the D.C. area blogosphere.