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DC's First Boat-In Movie Night Sept. 25

September 16, 2020

Ask Jenna is partnering with Boating in DC to create DC's first boat-in movie night on Friday, September 25th. Featuring Remember the Titans, we will offer a physically-distanced on-the-water movie experience. Guests can select kayaks or canoes and have the option to add dinner. The movie will begin promptly at 8:00 pm.

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  • DC's first boat-in movie night
  • Celebrating the 20th anniversary of Remember the Titans (released September 2000)
  • Remember the Titans is based on a true story of the Virginia football team from T.C. Williams High School
  • Location: Thompson Boat Center in Georgetown
  • Date: September 25, at 8PM (Boats provided, open at 7:10 with staggered boat launching times for safety)
  • Link: https://boatingindc.com/boat-in-movie-night/
  • Cost: $65-$80

About Ask Jenna: Ask Jenna is your experience concierge, connecting you to the things you’ve been wanting to do but haven’t had time to plan. We get to know you and your interests and send options that are customized for you. We take care of all of the planning. All you have to do is enjoy your experience. We invite you to join a community of members who are connecting to their lives, one experience at a time.

Contact: Janece Kleban, Co-Founder, Chief Experience Architect, Janece@iaskjenna.com 

 

About Boating in DC: At Boating in DC, we’re crazy about boating, exploring the city, and having lots of outdoor fun. Because we really love having adventures on the water, we’re excited about sharing the fun with as many people as possible, all across the Greater Washington, DC, area.You might say that's our mission.

Contact: Lindsay Washington, Marketing & Events Coordinator, Lindsay.Washington@guestservices.com


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Wild Women of Georgetown

August 19, 2020

Stroll through historic Georgetown and learn about the women who built and shaped this neighborhood.

 

Spies and ghosts  are just a few of the scandalous stories told alongside stops featuring the beloved Jacqueline Kennedy, Julia Child, and Katherine Graham, owner of the Washington Post

 

Private walking tours offered August 22, August 29 and September 5, 2020 from 10:00 am till noon.

 

Register here.


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Tudor Place Reopens Aug. 6

July 20, 2020

Tudor Place garden and grounds reopen August 6, 2020 to the public. Members can reserve tickets now for July 30 through August 2. 

On five-and-a-half acres, Tudor Place is one of America’s last intact urban estates from the Federal Period.

The open lawns and garden rooms are a delight, and a useful historical record of landscape design over time. 

Thomas and Martha Custis Peter put their land to agricultural and ornamental uses. Many of the trees and shrubs they cultivated still grow on the site today.

Hours are Thursday through Sunday from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm.

Register here for timed entry tickets.


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