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Amaryllis Series by Rima Shaffer — Summer 2023

Amaryllis Series by Rima Shaffer — Summer 2023

Here are some of the beautiful photographs taken this summer by ERCV member Rima Shaffer.of the amaryllis flowering in her front yard garden She shared them at our August Open House. Do you have art that you want to share either online or in person? We want to...

President’s Corner: Summer Heat and Cool Connections

DC is hot, hot, hot! Perhaps our sidewalks are not as scorching as those in Phoenix nor our waters as scalding as those off Miami Beach, but it’s still steamy in this city built atop a swamp. Our area is heating up in other ways as well: positively, with new...

Check out ERCV's Mid-Month Calendar Update https://eastrockcreek.helpfulvillage.com/documents/643/download

President’s Corner

President’s Corner

Taking Summer Stock Summer’s here. It’s a good time to look at some of the things East Rock Creek Village has done during the first half of the year and start to make plans for the second. In the first six months of 2023, ERCV provided hundreds of services for our...

All That JAZZ!

All That JAZZ!

Thank you Washington Jazz Arts Institute for a fantastic performance at ERCV's All that Jazz event on Sunday, June 4. Our members & friends were happy to help celebrate WJAI's 25th anniversay and gave a standing ovation and lots of cheers to the talented young...

President’s Corner: June Jazz

With the longer days and warmer weather of June, our neighborhoods become centers of activity. Now is a great time to get out, have some fun, and connect with friends. Besides being enjoyable in its own right, interacting with others is good for your health and the...

President’s Corner: May Flowering

It’s said that “March winds and April showers bring May flowers.” While I delight in the beauty of neighborhood trees and flowers in full bloom, I am personally aware that the pollen count in our city has been especially high. My sympathies to those of us coping with...

Village Volunteers Make a Difference Across DC

Village volunteers know they make a difference in the lives of our older neighbors. When we help someone get to a doctor's appointment, or change a lightbulb or spend time chatting, it may seem like a small thing for one person to do, but on a collective level the...