Monday, September 30, 2013

(Event) Broccoli City Presents: “The Smile Project”



 According to recent studies, smiling is as important to our physical and mental health as getting enough sleep, eating well, and exercising, in fact, smiling has been found to reduce stress, increase health, and help lower blood pressure; yet somewhere between childhood and adulthood, many of us stop playing and exchange play for work and responsibilities.
In response, Broccoli City has created “The Smile Project,” a street carnival, to remind people of all ages what it is like to have fun, smile freely, and celebrate Washington, DC.
The event will be held 12pm- 4:00pm. After 4 p.m., we recommend attendees to be at least 18 years old due to mature music content and alcohol for 21+
When: Saturday, October 5, 2013
Time: 12:00 p.m. (Noon) - 10:00pm
Location: 620 M St. Southeast, Washington, DC
(3 Blocks from Navy Yard Metro and 6 Blocks from Nationals Stadium)
 This fun filled day will feature:
  •   Extreme Bungee, rock climbing, giant moon bounces, extreme fun obstacle course, adventure rides, and much more!
  •     Games Pavilion
  •           Kids Zone
  •          Live Art
  •           Food trucks  
  •          Live Music from Black Alley, Drop Electric, and Locke Kaushal
  •   DJs Terry Urban, OG Chase B, Jerome Baker III, Spinser Tracy Brenden Hill, Tom Lim, and more
  •    Beer and mixed drinks (for 21+)
  •  Exhibitors
  The Smile Project will also highlight programs and opportunities offered by District Department of Environment (DDOE), District of Columbia Sustainable Energy Utility (DCSEU), as well as other organizations and agencies, that are helping make DC become one of the most sustainable cities in the United States.
 In line with DC’s Sustainability Plan, The Smile Project will place an emphasis on keeping a low carbon foot print by implementing recycling programs, solar generators, reusable items, and offsetting energy costs with renewable energy credits.
Smile Project will commence from noon to 10pm, rain or shine. Tickets will grant access to all areas of the festival and can be purchased in advance at a discounted price for a limited time only.
For more information, please visit www.SmileProjectDC.com

About Broccoli City Organic Lifestyle
 Broccoli City Organic Lifestyle is a media platform that uses creativity to showcase a relatable look into the environment, sustainability, health, and social issues through culture, art, fashion and music — in an effort to improve, encourage and empower the urban community. For more information, please visit www.broccolicity.com.
IG: smileprojectdc
Twitter: @SmileProjectDC
#TheSmileProject

For more information about The Smile Project DC contact joannarh@gmail.com

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