SOME’s Summer Concert with DC Strings

SOME (So Others Might Eat) invites you to attend a special evening of music and fun at the historic Parks at Walter Reed. Families and community members of all ages are welcome to lounge out with picnic blankets and food to listen to songs from the Netflix hit show Bridgerton! SOME will also share information about their services, upcoming events and more.  

RSVP HERE

Date: Friday, August 25, 5-7 pm

Location: The Great Lawn at The Parks at Walter Reed – Entrance at 1010 Butternut Street NW. Biking, walking, and rideshare are recommended. Parking is available at the Marketplace Plaza near Whole Foods Market: map 7130 12th Street NW, and then walk down 12th Street to the Great Lawn. Fuchsia EVENT signs will be visible. 

Details: This event is organized by SOME and hosted by The Parks at Walter Reed. The event is free and open to the public! Stop by Whole Foods for all your picnic needs, and bring a chair or blanket to sit on the spacious Great Lawn. 

About DC Strings
DC Strings Workshop (DCSW) is a nonprofit entity with a passion for classical music and a desire to share that love with everyone including traditionally underrepresented populations in the District. DCSW is home to Accord Symphony Orchestra, which is a dynamic and versatile chamber orchestra composed of musicians committed to bringing free, high-level concerts to diverse audiences in the District of Columbia (DMV) region. Classical music is accessible and enjoyed by all. DCSW was founded on the belief that excellence in music is an essential human right.

SOME (So Others Might Eat)
SOME’s mission is to restore hope and dignity by providing material aid and comfort to our neighbors in Washington DC, and by helping to break the cycle of poverty and homelessness through programs and services that save lives, improve lives, and help transform lives of individuals and families, their communities, and the systems and structures that affect them. SOME operates Karin House, a senior housing facility, on campus at The Parks at Walter Reed. Visit SOME.org to learn more.