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High Heel Race tonight

[Updated.]

No, I'm not about to recommend high heels as a form of transportation. This is just a reminder that the annual and very popular High Heel Race is scheduled for 9 o'clock tonight in Dupont Circle.

The weather may put everyone in a Halloween mood. The Capital Weather Gang says it will be a dark and stormy night.

The race starts at 17th and R streets NW and finishes at 17th and Church streets NW. The street closings scheduled for 7 to 11 p.m. are listed below. But also keep in mind that the race draws a crowd of thousands, so any driver in the area should look sharp for pedestrians and expect congestion.

These are the scheduled street closings:
* 17th Street NW from P to S streets NW
* Q Street NW from 16th to 18th streets NW
* R Street NW from 16th to 18th streets NW
* Corcoran Street NW from 16th to 18th streets NW
* Church Street NW from 16th to 18th streets NW
* Riggs Street NW from 16th to 17th streets NW

Parking in the Dupont Circle area always is very limited. The nearest Metro station is Dupont Circle on the Red Line.

By Robert Thomson  | October 26, 2010; 1:30 PM ET
Categories:  Advisories, District, Events, Metro  | Tags:  Dr. Gridlock  
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