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Are you a big fan of the red Capital Bikeshare bikes? Come connect with other CaBi lovers at the first CaBi Connection!

Join the fun by testing your CaBi knowledge with trivia, enjoying some free snacks, and make sure you bring a friend to introduce to CaBi as well. The event is at Lost Dog Cafe's Columbia Pike location (2920 Columbia Pike) on Tuesday, March 27, from 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm.

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Monday, March 26

The closer, the better: “Within Walking Distance,” the latest book from Philip Langdon, looks at how buildings connect to the public realm. In particular, he looks at bicycling, public transportation, and incorporation of nature and parks into city or town life. Want to hear from the author himself? Head to an evening lecture and networking event with Philip Langdon at 6 pm at the National Press Club, 13th Floor, 529 14th St NW.

Saturday, March 31

A critical trail connection: The Washington Baltimore & Annapolis Trail (WB&A) in Central Prince George’s County is a great trail and linear park that stretches almost seven miles from the Patuxent River to Annapolis Road. But it's not connected to any other trails. WABA wants to fix that, and you can help. Join WABA staff, trail lovers, neighbors and advocates to kick off a campaign to extend the WB&A towards DC along Martin Luther King Jr. Ave. The event is from 11 am - 12:30 pm at Glenarden Library (8724 Glenarden Pkwy) in Glenarden.

Next Monday, April 2

Diving into ADUs: Accessory apartments, also known as accessory dwelling units (ADUs), are now allowed in DC. They a great way to add housing in busy cities. Discover the challenges and opportunities of building an accessory apartment at an event at the National Building Museum with Harriet Tregoning (moderator), Cheryl Cort, Policy Director of Coalition for Smarter Growth, M. Jennifer Harty, AIA, architect, and Aakash Thakkar, ADU homeowner. The event is from 6:30 to 8 pm and costs $12 for members, $10 for students, and $20 for non-members. RSVP here.