12/8 Holiday Celebration in Lamont Park 1PM-3PM * Make it Mount Pleasant!
- Mark your calendars for Saturday December 8th and Make it Mount Pleasant for a day of Mount Pleasant Holiday Spirit!
From 1PM to 3PM join friends and neighbors for a HOLIDAY CELEBRATION IN LAMONT PARK featuring a visit from the Three Kings, Santa and Mrs Claus, hands-on Crafts Projects, Puppet Shows from the Mt P Puppet Hour and more. All this is brought to you by the Mount Pleasant Business Association.
You can make a whole holiday day of it before and after the event:
Visit the Farmers Market in the morning for its new winter hours!Grab a Tree at the Bancroft Tree Sale just North of 18th and Newton Streets.Stop by the Cheap Art Sale at 3166 Mt Pleasant Street for some affordable artist made work.Visit Mount Peasant's unique shops and restaurants for special events and sales.We are looking for volunteers to help with craft projects, Santa line management and more. If you can help email promotions (at) mtpleasantdc (dot) comYou can also send us a message through the Make it Mount Pleasant facebook page to volunteer and stay abreast of this and other great events.The Lamont Park Holiday Celebration is made possible by a range of Mount Pleasant businesses who are working with local residents to create a stronger and more vibrant community by tapping into the DIY spirit the neighborhood has long been known for.Linda Low Realtors and Haydee’s Restaurant are Premier Sponsors. Partner level sponsors include Best World, Dos Gringos, Golden Scissors, Past Tense, Radius Pizza, El West, Don Juan Restaurant, Alex Hair Salon, That Yellow Gym, Tex Mex Burritos, Melissa's Beauty Salon, Mount Pleasant Care Pharmacy, Irving Wine and Spirits, Flying Fish Coffee and Tea, Logan Antiques and Collectibles, Barreiro Salon & Day Spa (also known as Ramona’s), DC Self Defense Karate Association, Corado's Guatemalan Restaurant and Golden Scissors. In addition to theses sponsors, numerous businesses are donating treats and refreshments including Heller’s Bakery, Samber Market, Angelico’s Pizza, International Progreso Market and the Argyle Convenient Store. Mount Pleasant Main Street, Historic Mount Pleasant, Radio CPR and Bancroft Elementary School parents are also contributing time and volunteers. This event was also made possible through the support of the Greater Washington Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Foundation’s Small Business Assistance Program funded in part by the DC Office on Latino Affairs.