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General   •   September 12, 2022

Georgetown Main Street is bringing DC Art All Night - a citywide arts festival - to Georgetown for the second year on Friday, September 23 from 5:30 pm - 11 pm.

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General   •   September 9, 2022

Films start at sunset – around 8:30/8:45 pm – but arrive early to grab something to eat, get the best seating, and play lawn games.

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General   •   September 6, 2022

Nancy Chen and the CBS Saturday Morning crew joined Georgetown Heritage on August 17 for a national segment on the C&O Canal boat tours! The story will air in September; stay tuned for the date.

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General   •   August 31, 2022

This unique experience is the perfect floating venue for a variety of occasions, including corporate events, birthdays, proposals, retirements, anniversaries, and more.

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General   •   August 31, 2022

Films start at sunset (around 8:30), but arrive early to grab something to eat (check out our website for great deals), get the best seating, and play lawn games.

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General   •   August 30, 2022

Drink like George Washington and Thomas Jefferson, the way John Suter intended. Cocktails featured include the Syllabub, Fish House Punch, and Rickey (DC's official cocktail).

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General   •   August 29, 2022

Activated spaces along Wisconsin Avenue from N Street to R Street will feature everything from gallery exhibitions, to live music and theater performances, in addition to specials from local businesses.

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General   •   August 25, 2022

The 312-seat restaurant will include mozzarella and prosciutto bars, and an oval cocktail bar. In addition to a main dining room, mezzanine and solarium seating will be available, with a grocery area in the front.

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General   •   August 24, 2022

 Films start at sunset (around 8:30), but arrive early to grab something to eat, get the best seating, and play lawn games. 

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