Come hear good music and enjoy the kids at the October 16 Ghoulishly Good Music concert at Atlas Theater, 1333 H St NE. The Capitol City Symphony instrument “Pettiing Zoo” is a hit with kids at the annual concert. Village member Deb Edge plays with the symphony. (Photos: Kate Flannery and Liz Hartman)
Get Inspired about Long Life and the Possibility of Staying on the Hill
“Creating Healthy Communities” is the topic of the second symposium that Capitol Hill Village will host on October 25 as part of the Greater Capitol Hill for Long Life Series. The program will be from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. at the Hill Center.
“This symposium will really inspire people about the potential for community-based health care and how we can create it on Capitol Hill,” said Executive Director Molly Singer. “Bits and pieces of this is happening elsewhere in the United States and in the world; we need to bring it home to Capitol Hill, and this event is the beginning of making that happen.”
The series schedule that will roll out over the next six months is intended to bring together community members and stakeholders from various sectors to learn about best practices in designing a community for longevity. In turn, community members and stakeholders will be working together to create a plan to lead Capitol Hill and its nearby neighborhoods (NOMA, Southeast Waterfront) to become the greatest place in the world to live a long life.
Click here to read more about the October 25 Creating Healthy Communities symposium in the October Capitol Hill Village News. You will also learn about ideas for exercising at home, the upcoming Village Voices programs, a new book by member Tom Zaniello, and more.
Wise Guys discuss Blue Days
CHV's Wise Guys Mens Group and MedStar Washington Hospital Center had a symposium on October 5 highlighting depression and anxiety for men. The program included a very thorough overview of depression issues as well as break out groups and sharing among the attendees. Attendees shared feelings about mental health and how depression impacts the community as well as ways to build a stronger community network of support among men. Also a MedStar dietitian discussed healthy eating and how nutrition and fitness can deter depression.
Thanks to Sig Cohen, Mike Grace, Tom Zaniello who organized the event. And to Buck Waller and Bill Matuszeski who were hands on help for the day. Presentations are available on the bottom right hand corner of this screen. For more information about Wise Guys, contact Tom Zaniello at: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Capitol Hill Village CFC number is 55474
CHV is proud to have been selected for the 2015-2016 Catalogue for Philanthropy
The Capitol Hill Village United Way number is 8066
CHV members receive a discount on Sport and Health Capitol Hill Membership fee. Sport and Health Gym is
the former Results the Gym, located at
3rd and I Streets SE, near Garfield Park.
(Click here for more info)
A Greater Capitol Hill For Long Life #1: One-Level Living Documents of Interest
Click the Google map to view Condos and Rentals from William Sisolak's presentation.
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