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October 2:  See America at DOI  -- view a collection of "See America" artwork celebrating our national parks at the Interior Museum during an event sponsored by NPCA and Creative Action Network, Washington, D.C.; contact Katherine McKinney (kmckinney@npca.org).

October 5:  Fort Hunt Community Day -- join others in the community and help preserve, protect, and enhance this national asset along the Potomac River; contact Ed Stierli (estierli@npca.org).

October 25:  Fort McHenry Field Day -- spend a beautiful fall Saturday with NPCA at the historic Fort McHenry; contact Ed Stierli (estierli@npca.org). 

November 1:  Reclaim the Cove -- take part in a cleanup of this family farm and adjacent park. Oxon Cove Park, Washington, D.C., and Oxon Hill Farm, Oxon Hill, MD; contact Ed Stierli (estierli@npca.org). 

Featured Events

FREE reception to “See America” at the Department of Interior Museum
October 2, 2014
Washington, DC

Fall is the perfect time to see America, and NPCA and Creative Action Network (CAN) are making it easier than ever with an exclusive after-hours event at the Department of the Interior Museum in D.C.

Fort Hunt Park Community Day
October 5, 2014
Fort Hunt Park, George Washington Memorial Parkway

This October, we are welcoming the arrival of fall with a cleanup and celebration at Fort Hunt Park on the George Washington Memorial Parkway in Alexandria, Virginia...and, you're invited.

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