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The joint crowdfunding campaign supports Georgetown BID’s employee relief fund & Halcyon’s impact-based start-ups, today through #GivingTuesdayNow (May 5).
The BID is awarding $150,000 in emergency grants to the Georgetown commercial district’s unemployed, and soliciting donations to reach hundreds more who are still in need.
11 commissioned works will be on display during the Georgetown BID’s annual free outdoor public light art experience, also to feature GLOW promotions throughout the commercial district, A Book Hill Holiday event, walking tours and more.
More than 30 retail shops and restaurants to offer in-store promotions + $50 golden ticket giveaway for five lucky shoppers.
What everyone else is saying about DC’s oldest neighborhood.
The 80-foot-long boat, which is expected to make its debut next year, is part of an effort to revitalize the historical neighborhood and its one-mile stretch of the waterway.
The two-week promotion expands with carryout deals and cocktails, plus family-style specials – including many participating Georgetown restaurants.
EastBanc Principal Philippe Lanier, a retail landlord in Georgetown, shares his expectations for this summer’s shopping season and why the longer-term picture is positive.
Several D.C. restaurants in Georgetown have a little more outside dining space joining the growing list of neighborhoods with “streateries” using street parking spaces for additional seating.
Wendell Allsbrook opened Georgetown Butcher just weeks before the pandemic hit Washington, D.C. He was determined to go ahead with his opening that he had worked towards for the past five years.
The Italian market will sell bottled cocktails, prepared foods, provision boxes, and more.