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On May 4th, Georgetown Village will host their annual Spring Party on the Potomac. The event will take place high above the Potomac on the rooftop above the Washington Harbour. This year’s honoree is Tom Birch who recently stepped down after 14 years in elected public office on the Advisory Neighborhood Commission. Tom was the 2016 Georgetowner of the Year and is a member of the board of Georgetown Village, in addition to many other interests.
Refreshments will be provided by Leopold’s Kafe and the fabulous venue is donated by Foley & Lardner LLP. Nancy Taylor Bubes, chair of the event, is donating the wine. For the first time there will be a silent auction featuring some wonderful items such as vacation house rentals and tempting catered dinners. Proceeds from the evening will enable Georgetown Village to continue to provide services and activities to help residents 55 years and over to live longer and better in their homes in Georgetown, Burleith and nearby areas, and to provide subsidized memberships to those with limited incomes.
The il Canale, Georgetown, team competed with pizza makers from around the world at the International Pizza Expo in Las Vegas this week, and won a coveted 4th place in the Pizza Napoletana category.
Master pizza chef Carlos Salvatierra captured the honor. More than 40 others competed against Carlos. Congratulate him at the pizza oven when he returns to il Canale on 31st Street NW.
The ingredients he used at the Expo included San Marzano tomato sauce, buffalo cheese, basil, olive oil, natural yeast and flour double zero brand Polselli.
The il Canale team attending the event were (as shown in the picture); Alona (staff waitress), Teresa Farruggio (wife of owner Joe), general manager Matteo Russoniello, Carlos the pizza maker, Vincenzo Farruggio (Joe's brother) and his wife, and il Canale owner Joe Farruggio.
Tuesday, February 21, The Talbots O Magazine Collection will hit stores nationwide and online. Consisting of nine easy pieces, this capsule collection can easily be mixed and matched with items already found in one's wardrobe.
Last year, O Magazine and Talbots launched their first-time ever capsule collection benefitting Dress for Success, a nonprofit that empowering women to achieve economic independence by providing a network of support, professional attire and career development tools to help women thrive in work and in life.Raising $1 million and collecting over 4,000 boxes of clothing, the partnership was such a success that the two teamed up once again this year to release a second exclusive limited-edition capsule collection, with 30% of net proceeds once again benefiting the nonprofit.
This cause marketing campaign is all about women supporting women. In addition to shopping the collection, customers can also give back in two other ways – by donating gently worn work attire from March 2nd to March 5th at their local Talbots or by making a monetary donation in store or online.
Monetary donations will be accepted February 21st – April 2nd and nearly gently worn work attire may be donated March 3rd – March 6th at these Talbots stores.
Here is a listing of Washington, DC area Talbots stores:
601 North Washington St
Alexandria, VA 22314
7101 Democracy Boulevard
Bethesda, MD 20817
The Shops at Wisconsin Place
5320 Western Place
Chevy Chase, MD 20815
8022 Tysons Corner Center
McLean, VA 22102
Reston Town Center
11888 Market Street
Reston, VA, 20190
Fairfax Oaks Mall
11815L Fair Oaks
Fairfax, VA, 22033