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  •   January 7, 2021

Feel the love at Paper Source's Valentine card making virtual workshop, January 13 from 8 pm - 9:30 pm.

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  •   January 7, 2021

Creative design and marketing firm Streetsense has partnered with multimedia studio Creative JunkFood to design the new light art installation Winter Wonderlights, now on display at Georgetown's Washington Harbour.

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  •   January 7, 2021

Reverie chef Johnny Spero has turned his space at 3201 Cherry Hill Lane into a pizza pop-up.

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  •   December 23, 2020

Although indoor dining in closed, there are still many Georgetown dining options for New Year's Eve - whether that's take-out, delivery, or eating outside around a fire pit.

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  •   December 21, 2020

Two years after it filmed in the summer of 2018, Wonder Woman 1984 opens on Christmas Day, and features several scenes shot in Georgetown – including at the iconic old Georgetown theater at 1351 Wisconsin Ave NW, and a reprised Commander Salamander store.

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General   •   December 18, 2020

Brush up on your holiday knowledge and join Dumbarton House to learn about the history and celebration of Christmas during the Federal period.

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General   •   December 11, 2020

The Georgetown Holiday Window & Streatery Competition is running December 4- 31. This year’s theme is Silver Linings, as businesses find festive, playful and creative ways to express the hope and positivity they’ve found in the midst of a challenging year.

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General   •   December 10, 2020

REWILD, an artist-driven plant and flower studio, is taking over the patio of Georgetown Park's market house at 3276 M Street NW with a seasonal plant market.

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General   •   November 26, 2020

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

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