Join UAC for a FREE CrossFit Community Workout.
Coach Colby Bone will lead a group workout for all level of CrossFitters.
Times are 9:00, 10:00 and 11:00 a.m.
Afterwards, partake in the Shaw Main Streets Open House until 5:00 p.m.
From Shaw Main Streets: LINK
"Everyone from arts enthusiasts and the health conscious tofoodies and families are invited to come to Shaw Main Streets Open Housefor tastes from some of DC’s best bars and restaurants and family-friendly fun and experiences at distinctive retail and art establishments in central Shaw.
Shaw Open House takes place on Saturday, June 17, 2017 from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. As part of Shaw Main Streets’ ongoing #LoveShaw promotion, Shaw Open House lets visitors experience some of what has made Shaw one of DC’s ‘it’ neighborhoods. Printed ‘passports’ usher visitors from merchant to merchant for a #shawesome afternoon.Attendees can pick up their free Shaw Open House Passports at two designated locations, then use the passports to receive free tastes, swag, and experiences at over 20 locations.
At every business visited, attendees will receive a validation sticker that allows the bearer to enter drawings for prizes, such as gift certificates, gift baskets and more from Shaw businesses, to be raffled at the Shaw Open House close-out party. The close-out party will be hosted by the newly opened French Quarter Brasserie & Oyster Bar, located at 1544 9th Street, NW. Shaw Open House is a FREE event and open to all. Attendees can look forward to an afternoon full of discounts, fun and freebies, including fun prizes for the kids, cocktail samples, lots of free bites and an array of specially curated experiences.
Shaw Open House events have been held since 2005, covering the entire Shaw Main Streets service area. However, now that over 300 businesses have opened in the area, Shaw Open House has been expanded to two annual events covering southern Shaw in June and northern Shaw in October. The June event includes businesses located between New York Avenue and Rhode Island Avenue and 7th and 9th Streets, NW."