It's time to pay your 2017 SPCA dues! SPCA's membership year is based on a calendar year, so if you haven't paid your dues since January 1, then it's time to renew. Dues are just $25/household and members get discounts on garden tour tickets, yard sale registration, and t-shirts.
SPCA dues are paid on an annual basis. The membership year is from January 1 to December 31.
Children's Book Drive with Hope and a Home
Now though March 31
Tue, Mar 14, 7pm
Shepherd Elementary School
Neighborhood-Wide Yard Sale
Sat-Sun, April 29-30, 9-3pm
your home (if you register) and Shepherd Elementary
Community Meeting and Election
Tue, May 9, 7pm
Spring Planting along Georgia Avenue
Sat May 13
meet outside Ledo Pizza at 8:30am
Sun, May 21, 2-5pm
tickets online at www.shepherdpark.org or day-of outside Shepherd Elementary
Annual Community Picnic
Sun, June 25, 2-5pm
Lowell School, 1640 Kalmia
Wood sculptor, furniture designer, and Shepherd Park neighbor Margery Goldberg is thrilled to be celebrating 36 years of Zenith Gallery, her showplace for the works of some of the area's most creative artists. A native of Rochester, NY, Margery owned a studio in Georgetown before opening Zenith Gallery and the Zenith Square artists' community, a 50,000 square foot art complex at 15th and Rhode Island Avenue, NW. In 1986, she moved Zenith Gallery to 7th and D Streets, NW, where she was a cornerstone of Washington's downtown art district for over 23 years.
In 2009, Margery moved Zenith Gallery to Shepherd Park. This Iris Street location is an art extravaganza, with two outdoor sculpture gardens as well as floor-to-ceiling indoor displays.
In addition to selling art, Zenith does framing, art consulting, and art appraisals. Margery also commissions art for commercial establishments and coordinates out-of-town shows for various artists. Margery was a DC Arts Commissioner for 6 years, and won the Mayor's Arts Award in 2010. In 2000, Margery started The Zenith Community Arts Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to using art to benefit the community. She lobbies city officials for more art space in Shepherd Park and at Walter Reed.
1429 Iris Street, NW
Washington, DC 20012
Hours: Friday and Saturday, 12-6 pm and by appointment