Mount Pleasant Main Street (MPMS) is a community-based, non-profit organization, committed to promoting community development and cultural uniqueness and to enhancing the economic health and streetscape design of the Mount Pleasant commercial corridor. We are located at 3213 Mount Pleasant Street NW.
Mount Pleasant is a culturally diverse neighborhood located in the heart of Washington, DC. The juxtaposition of our compact and independent businesses district with quaint residential streets gives us a distinctive "small town" feel.
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Mount Pleasant Main Street was founded in 1991 as a neighborhood non-profit through a combination of local business owners and community activists working together to support economic development on our commercial corridor and to improve the design and esthetics of Mount Pleasant Street and Lamont Park.
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On Sunday, December 3, 2017 the Bancroft Elementary PTO and the Mount Pleasant Business Association jointly hosted the second Tree Sale and Holiday Party on Mount Pleasant Street.
From 10am to 4pm, Bancroft PTO volunteers gathered in the parking lot of McCormick Paints, a sponsor of the event. They set up the trees, wreathes, and other holiday decorations for shoppers. A sure sign of success was that by the end of the day, there were only a few left.
At the other end of the street, in the middle of Lamont Park, the Mount Pleasant Business Association and Mount Pleasant Main Street brought together neighborhood organizations and businesses together to host a Puppet Show, Face Painting, and an early visit from Santa Claus, with his friends, the Three Kings.
All photos © Rick Reinhardt 2017