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Spring is on its way! Daylight Saving Time starts on Sunday and sunny evenings are in our future. We hope that between soaking up sunshine and visiting your favorite flowering plants, you'll make some time to check out these upcoming events and ways to get involved.
Shamrocks and Smart Growth [[link removed]]
Friday March 17, 5:00 - 7:00 pm
We’re in luck this St. Patrick’s Day! Jeff Speck, a star of the walkable communities movement, will be in town celebrating the release of his 10th Anniversary Edition of Walkable City – and our partners at CSG will be hosting him! Jeff is traveling to DC for a special reading from his 10th Anniversary edition of Walkable City followed by Q&A. Copies of the 10th Anniversary edition will be available for purchase and signing during the event.
Ward 1.5 monthly meet-up [[link removed]]
Sunday, March 19, 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Civic engagement can be both rewarding and frustrating, but it should never be lonely. If you’re looking to connect with other folks—especially in Wards 1 and 2—who think neighbors are nicer than neighborhood character and that cities should be for people, not for cars, come out on March 19 at 3 pm for this month’s meet-up at Grand Duchess in Adams Morgan.
Women+ in Planning Happy Hour [[link removed]]
Wednesday, March 22, 6:00 - 8:00 pm
From serving as neighborhood commissioners and planning our bus systems to advocating for more housing and better land use, there are so many ways that women, non-binary, and gender non-conforming people help make the Washington region more safe, affordable, and accessible. This Women's History Month, GGWash is celebrating those contributions with a happy hour on Wednesday, March 22, from 6:00 - 8:00 pm at Binge Bar, DC's newest women-owned, alcohol-free gathering space on H St, NE.
Celebrate 15 years of GGWash! [[link removed]]
Thursday, April 27, 6:00 - 9:00 pm
Since 2008, Greater Greater Washington has worked to create a Washington region where housing is abundant and affordable, it's safe and easy to get around without a car, and land use decisions prioritize racial, social, and environmental justice.
With 15 years of progress to celebrate and big dreams for the future, we invite you to join us at our Spring Soirée on Thursday, April 27, 2023, at Hook Hall!
Submit feedback on TranspoBINGO [[link removed]]
After playing this year's TranspoBINGO, we invite you to consider and respond to the following questions. The GGWash staff will try and collate responses to post later this month in a TranspoBINGO reflections post, but it's also a great way to give us your feedback on the challenge.
Join our silent auction committee [[email protected]
Do you love GGWash and like having something to do at events? We are looking for volunteers who want to help us plan + execute the silent auction at this year's Spring Celebration. Send our development team an email to join the planning crew.
[[link removed]] We're hiring an Operations & Administration Manager [[link removed]]
Greater Greater Washington is looking for a part-time Operations & Administration Manager to manage a diverse range of functions to support the smooth operations of this small nonprofit organization. This part-time (approximately 20 hours/week) position will include a range of responsibilities related to administration, office management, finance, advertising, and human resources.
[[link removed]] Welcome Kai Hall to our policy team! [[link removed]]
Kai Hall has joined GGWash as our new policy officer! Kai is focusing on transportation equity – and brings knowledge, enthusiasm, and firsthand experience with some of the best public transportation and cycling infrastructure in the world to the role.
[[link removed]] Changes in DC Travel Patterns from 2019 to 2022 [[link removed]]
In July 2022, GGWash commissioned Nelson\Nygaard to analyze StreetLight Insight data to better understand travel patterns as the District emerged from Covid lockdowns. Our original research compares trips taken by car, bike, on foot, and by Metrorail and Metrobus in March 2019 versus March 2022, at the District and ward levels. Check out the recording on our Youtube channel.
[[link removed]] GGWash’s political endorsements process in 2023 [[link removed]]
Greater Greater Washington will endorse candidates in a handful of local races in Maryland and Virginia this year. Here’s how we’re planning to do that, and how you can help us expand our endorsements to even more places in the future.
[[link removed]] Thank you so much for all you do for our region!
All the best,
P.S. The GGWash Silent Auction is back! Let me know [[email protected]
?subject=Donating%20to%20GGWash%20silent%20auction] if you have a skill or item you want to donate.
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