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CiNoMatic Presents: Coco

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Alethia Tanner Park

227 Harry Thomas Way Northeast

Washington, DC 20002

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Join us for our CiNoMatic Screen Series, every Wednesday starting at sunset- Free and open to all!

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NoMa welcomes you to our free outdoor movie series, CiNoMatic! This year’s movie theme is REIGNITE YOUR WANDERLUST and we’ve got a whole line up of films set in gorgeous, far away places! This week’s featured film will be Coco (PG). “Aspiring musician Miguel, confronted with his family's ancestral ban on music, enters the Land of the Dead to find his great-great-grandfather, a legendary singer.” (IMDB)

The film will start at sunset, but come up to an hour early, play some lawn games, enjoy all the park has to offer, and grab a bite to eat from our partnering food trucks (to be announced soon)!

Please keep all COVID-19 regulations and CDC recommendations in mind and if you are experiencing any symptoms of COVID-19, we ask that you stay home. Let's do our part to keep each other safe and healthy!

BYOC=Bring Your Own Chair

Seats and space at the park at limited

Films will be subtitled

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Free and open to all!

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Alethia Tanner Park

227 Harry Thomas Way Northeast

Washington, DC 20002

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NoMa is a vibrant, growing neighborhood in Washington, DC, nestled among Union Station, the US Capitol, Shaw, Union Market, and the H Street NE corridor. Already, NoMa has almost 22 million square feet of commercial, residential and retail space, and each day, even during the current public health emergency, NoMa’s commercial core remains active with workers, residents and visitors, and the NoMa BID helps to encourage people to practice safe social distancing and to wear masks. Through a public-private partnership with the D.C. government, the neighborhood has received great new parks and public spaces. NoMa is also the city’s most connected neighborhood, with a Walk Score of 92, stellar cycling infrastructure, unparalleled rail options, two Metro stops, and vehicular access to major highways. The NoMa BID organizes and sponsors dozens of free community events each year and also maintains a free outdoor WiFi network. For more information, visit nomabid.org and sign up for our newsletter. Follow us on Twitter (@NoMaBID), Instagram (@noma.bid) and LinkedIn and like us on Facebook (@NoMaBID).

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