Van Ness Main Street is committed to assisting our Van Ness small businesses with design improvements to their businesses. This grant program is available to assist small businesses located in Van Ness Main Street with physical improvements to their businesses. Grants will be awarded to selected businesses on a competitive... read more →
The Van Ness Farmers Market is located at 4340 Connecticut Ave and kicks-off Saturday, May 4th, running every Saturday until Nov. 23rd, from 8am - 2pm. The Market features fresh fruits, vegetables, flowers, locally baked goods, seafood, herbs and more. In the past few years, we've expanded and are now... read more →
Van Ness Main Street invites you to Pups on the Patio. Bring your pups, enjoy food & drink specials and meet new friends (four legged, and otherwise!) We'll have dog treats & will award a prize at the end of the month for the best photo of you & your... read more →
Van Ness Main Street is hosting its annual meeting on July 13, 2018 from 8:30 to 10AM. The event will feature highlights from 2017 and recognition of our businesses and board members. The Annual Meeting will be held at our Ibhana Pop Up Store at 4340 Connecticut Ave. We will... read more →
JOIN US!! Van Ness Main Street is holding it’s annual Wine & Cheese fundraising party on Saturday, June 23rd from 7-10pm at the beautiful Park Van Ness and we’d love for you to come! We’re inviting people from all over the DMV to join us as we raise funds to... read more →
Ibhana Boutique is opening a pop-up shop at Van Ness Main Street’s office (4340 Connecticut Avenue) on Fridays and Saturdays through August, and it begins this Friday, June 1st. Here you’ll find women’s casuals and separates, dresses, handbags, jewelry and more. The shop will be open 10 a.m. to 6... read more →
Celebrate Van Ness Main Street Join your friends and neighbors at the beautiful Park Van Ness for a wine and cheese party to help raise funds for Van Ness Main Street. Calvert Woodley will be pouring amazing wines and serving some wonderful cheeses from their cheeserie. Enjoy great food and... read more →
by Marlene Berlin At the June 26th public meeting on a project that would address the century-old sewer system running through the Soapstone Valley, no one challenged the need for relining the pipes a...