For the benefit of all slipholders, a copy of the Wharf developer's transition plans with graphic depictions of the Phase II, PUD plan is now in the laundry room. Please feel free to look at but leave the books there for other slipholders to also be able to review. This is similar to what can be found on the Wharf website, but may be easier for some to access.
Mar 30, 2012
Mar 18, 2012
And amazing art in celebration of the centennial celebration is starting to pop up all around the Southwest Waterfront as well. Whether it's the fantastic public art installations from The 5x5 Project at Gangplank Marina or Arena Stage, boats bursting with pink, or preparations for the April 7 Southwest Waterfront Fireworks Festival, it seems that something exciting is happening every day. We'll try to keep you up to date on the latest, so be sure to check back often. In the meantime, here are some photos of what we've seen around the marina during the last couple of days:
Mar 4, 2012
We've been busy lately doing all sorts of exciting prep work for the Southwest Waterfront Fireworks Festival. Our latest effort was a proof of concept for some lighted cherry blossoms we hope to produce in vast numbers to help transform the marina with pink on 4.7.12. Check out the shots from our prototype session above.
If you don't have April 7 marked on your calendar already, make sure you add it now! The Southwest Waterfront Fireworks Festival will be huge for the centennial anniversary of the National Cherry Blossom Festival. We'll have 8 full hours of programming that will culminate in spectacular show of fireworks brought to Washington DC directly from Nagaoka City, Japan. For an example of the amazing fireworks shows that Nagaoka puts on every year, watch the video below:
More info on the Southwest Waterfront Fireworks Festival can be found below. We look forward to seeing you at what will surely be one of the highlights of the National Cherry Blossom Festival this year in Washington DC!