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Sep 2016
Celebrate Neighborhood Pride at the Adams Morgan Day Festival on September 11

Washington, DC certainly has its neighborhood pride, and a great example of this is the annual Adam’s Morgan Day Festival, which always occurs the second Sunday of September. Now in its 38th year, the Adam’s Morgan Day 2016 Festival will be held on September 11th on 18th Street Northwest between Florida Avenue and Columbia Road.

Adams Morgan Day Festival is an entirely volunteer-run event and grassroots celebration of Adams Morgan culture, history and diversity. It’s also the longest running DC street fair in the city’s history. There will be a wide variety of food and drinks at this year's festival, plus live music, dancing, cultural celebrations, and an entire section dedicated to entertaining kids. One of the more famous attractions of the festival is “Arts on Belmont,” which includes displays by local artists and handcrafted products for sale. This part of the festival opens at early at 10 a.m.