BRMS Fall Festival, Eastern Market Main Street launch, and more!

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News from Barracks Row
BRMS Fall Festival 9-23-2017 Application

Grooming on the Row:

Valarie Harrison moves to WagTime, Too; Floyd's 99

Barbershop - opening soon

Designation Ceremony - Eastern Market Main Street

Screech lands at Summit to Soul - 2016 Fall Festival

BRMS Fall Festival 9-23-2017

Hard to believe it but Barracks Row Fall Festival is just six months away. If you've ever been to a small town fair, this will put you right back there - but with a distinctly urban, new-century twist. There are acrobats and funnel cake, magicians and dog acts. But, there's also the United States Marine Corps Silent Drill Platoon, a multitude of not-so-small-town stage acts, and, now and then, Washngton National's Mascot, Screech, flies in for a visit. Application at
Valarie with client at Wagtime, Too
Valarie Harrison now at Wagtime, Too

Floyd's 99 Barbershop opening soon

There's always something new on the Row: just this weekthe corporate office of Floyd's 99 Barbershop confirmed that a Floyd's will open soon at 427 8th St, SE, near the corner of 8th and E Street, next door to the 7-Eleven. Floyd's 99 Barbershops are all different but all feature excellent hair cuts for women and men and lots of alt rock!

                                           When it's time for excellent grooming for your best friend
you'll need to figure out where Valarie Harrison is. Formerly  owner of Valarie's Animal Den, today you can book a grooming appointment with Valerie Harrison at the pup-salon at Wagtime, Too, 900 M St, SE.

At left, iconic rock murals and posters are part of the vibe at Floyd's 99 Barbershops nationwide
Eastern Market Main Street?

It's official EMMS has arrivcd!

It was a cold and windy morning in front of Eastern Market's North Hall today, but enthusiasm ran high as Mayor Murial Bowser awarded a Main Street designation to Manuel Cortes, Chairman of the Board of Eastern Market Main Street, the newest Main Street in the District.  

Main Street programs are dedicated to addressing the needs of small businesses and aim at bringing economic vitality to historic neighborhood shopping districts nationwide.

Above from left,  Madeline Odendahl, Program Manager of EMMS; Alex Golding, Mary Quillian, Terry McDonald, EMMS Board Members; Murial Bowser, Mayor of Washington, DC; Manuel Cortez, Chairman, EMMS; Councilmember Charles Allen, Ward 6; Councilmember Kenyan McDuffy, Ward 5; and Ana Harvey, Director Small and Local Business Development.

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District of Columbia Main Streets DC Department of Small and Local Business Development

Barracks Row Main Street is a designated DC Main Streets commercial district.  Barracks Row Main Street is funded in part by the Department of Small and Local Business Development.