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The Friends of Fort Dupont Park
The Friends of Fort Dupont Park (FOFTDU) is a non-profit organization, located in Washington DC, and is interested to supporting the National Park Services' Fort Dupont Park.  The Friends Group is comprised of members and volunteers dedicated to helping to enhance Fort Dupont Park programming and services by helping to increase volunteers and program awareness, and throught the support of cultural, educational, and environmental programming.  

Some of the many programs include Feet in the Street, Fort Dupont Summer Theatre Concert Series, Jazz Appreciation Month (JAM), Hiker Biker Trails, and the Junior Ranger Program. 
Join Friends of Fort Dupont Park!
The Friends of Fort Dupont invite you to join them in their mission. There are several ways in which you can help us help Fort Dupont Park. For more information Click HERE!
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Activities

Fort Dupont Park offers a variety of activities designed to engage youth, adults, and families throughout the year.. See list of activities below.


Fort Dupont Summer Theatre Concert Series

Feet in the Street
  

Jazz Appreciation Month (JAM) Family Fun Day

Junior Ranger Program
Kids in grades k-5 explore, discover, and learn to protect the natural, cultural, environmental,  and historical resources of Fort Dupont Park. The Junior Ranger Program helps keep kids active as they hike, grow, learn and become official Junior Rangers. Badges and certificates are provided. 

Park Rangers meet at Fort Dupont Park every Thursday, at 4:00 pm in the  activity center located on Fort Dupont Drive, for the Junior Ranger meeting.

 


 
2014
SUMMER 
CONCERT SCHEDULE


For complete information about show and new park policies and procedures Click Here!

Date               Event

Saturday, Jul 19       N
appy Riddem, Christylez Bacon & Maimouna                              Youssef featuring DJ Jahsonic
  
Saturday, Jul 26         Boys and Girls Club of  Washington/ 
"Smooth" - A Luther Vandross Tribute
                                           
Saturday, Aug 2
     Roy Ayers
 
 Saturday, Aug 9     Jazz Ambassadors of the U.S. Army 
                             Field Band 

All show run from
7:00 - 9:00 PM.  Gates open at 5:30 PM.



Want a close up view?  Consider becoming a volunteer.  We need volunteers to help staff the concerts.

To volunteer or for more information contact
Kenya_Finley@NPS.Gov
or call (202) 426-7723

                                           
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