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On Wednesday, February 20th at 6 pm, join the National Society of The Colonial Dames of America in D.C. as they host a cocktail hour, lecture and book signing to celebrate our first President's birthday at The Dumbarton House.
Stephen A. McLeod, assistant to president and CEO of Mount Vernon, will discuss the book he edited, Dining with the Washingtons. This book combines vivid photography with engaging scholarly writing to explore the menus, diet and styles of entertaining that characterized the beloved home of the nation's principle Founding Father. Click here to register and for more details. 202.337.2288
Dumbarton House is located at 2715 Q Street.
From February 4-10, enjoy lunch for $20.13 and dinner for $35.13 during DC Restaurant Week Winter 2013.
Participating Georgetown Restaurants:
Bistrot Lepic & Wine Bar
Clyde's of Georgetown
Farmers Fishers Bakers
M Street Bar & Grill
Morton's The Steakhouse-Georgetown
Nick's Riverside Grill
Tony & Joe's Seafood Place
For a complete list, visit Metropolitan Washington Restaurant Week.
A sudden chemical leak in an Israeli industrial park endangers the region’s water supply. The mayor is quick to cover up the scandal, but his brother fights to expose the truth. The family feud quickly turns into a political war with major environmental repercussions.
Sound like a CNN report?
It's the American premiere of Boged (Traitor): An Enemy of the People, by Boaz Gaon and Nir Erez, adapted from an Henrik Ibsen play set in modern day Beersheva, Israel.
Part of Voices From a Changing Middle East Festival, Theater J is moving to Georgetown for the three-week run. In partnership with Georgetown University, this timely drama will be performed at the Davis Performing Arts Center on the campus of Georgetown University.
For tickets and more information, visit Theater J.