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General   •   November 25, 2020

This year, you can take advantage of some great deals and support local for an extended, two-week promotion, starting on Small Business Saturday (Nov. 28) and running through Saturday, Dec. 12.

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General   •   November 25, 2020

This year, we’re introducing seven new holiday gift guides, curated with some of Georgetown’s most unique finds.

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General   •   November 22, 2020

Congratulations to Pillar & Post (1647 Wisconsin Ave NW), Georgetown's charming British antiques store that was included in House Beautiful's 2021 Guide to The Best Home Stores in America!

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General   •   November 13, 2020

Our $5 all-day parking special at 3307 M Street has been extended for the rest of the year!

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General   •   November 13, 2020

As part of its Nov. 23 hotel reopening, Rosewood Washington, D.C., is unveiling its new townhouse accommodations.

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General   •   November 13, 2020

Georgetown is celebrating the holidays with an extended Small Business Saturday promotion, holiday gift guides, and a holiday window and streatery competition.

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General   •   November 10, 2020

Five art works will be exhibited April 2 – June 27, on display both day and night. Following, Summer GLOW will feature three art works that will transform Georgetown’s public alleys, July 2 – September 26.

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General   •   November 5, 2020

f you're looking for a socially distant way to volunteer outside, join Georgetown Heritage this Saturday, Nov. 7 from 10 am - 12 pm for their final Canal Clean-Up of the year along Georgetown's one-mile section of the C&O Canal.

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General   •   November 5, 2020

This year, Dog Tag Bakery is partnering with two organizations to send gift boxes to deployed service members. Each gift box will be filled with treats from Dog Tag and coffee from Veteran Roasters, and is available through their online store for those who are interested in donating in honor of Veterans Day.

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