Our first Branch Out Happy Hour of spring is taking us to Busboys & Poets, a local favorite located in the historic Mount Vernon neighborhood. We will be joined by our frends at the DowntownDC BID who are making a concentrated effort to get businesses to commit to smart sustainable practices through their DC Smarter Business Challenge. As you enter Busboys & Poets, be sure to check out two important works of public art installed by the D.C. Commission on Arts & Humanities - a monumental pavilion-like sculpture by David Black and an urban and contemporary sculpture along the 5th Street side of the building by Ethan Kerber. Once inside, make your way to the Cullen Room, named after poet and playwright Countee Cullen, were we can mix and mingle the night away. Not able to join us in April? Mark Tuesday, May 14th on your calendar. Branch Out Happy Hours take place the second Tuesday of every month at a unique and fun venue around the Washington, D.C. area. Specials Stay tuned. Who Should Attend You! Whether you are a proud Citizen Forester, one-time volunteer or just looking to meet new people or learn more about Casey Trees, we would love for you to join us. Getting There The closes Metro stations are Gallery Place/Chinatown Metro Station serving the Green, Yellow and Red Lines and Mt. Vernon Square/7th Street-Convention Center Station serving the Green and Yellow Lines. Both are minutes away from Busboys & Poets. Nearby Metrobus lines include the D4, P6, 70 and 74. The DC Circulator Georgetown-Union Station route has stops at the intersection of 5th Street and Massachusetts Avenue NW. Multiple Capital Bikeshare stations serve the neighborhood. Docking stations are located at 5th and K Streets NW and 4th Street and Massachusetts Avenue NW.
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