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Shop Made in America at Georgetown Park

October 1, 2015

Shop Georgetown Park October 17 and 18 from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm and meet the people behind America’s most popular #madeinamerica brands.  
Uniting the top American innovators, American Field puts a spotlight on authentic, high quality products and connects these labels directly with the consumer. Founding entrepreneur Mark Bollman partners with leading real estate management and investment firm Jamestown for this event.
American Field aims to create a direct connection between the consumer and Made in USA brands. By introducing shoppers to the importance of buying quality, long-lasting products, the pop-up market supports the growth of independent, American-made labels. Participating brands include Ball and Buck, Narragansett, Randolph Eyewear, and Rancourt Co, Bailey Hats and General Knot among many more.  Showcasing everything from farm-to-table food to high-end menswear, American Field is a destination for all shoppers looking for the real thing.
“America’s success depends on our continued ability to make products on American Soil.  Bringing American Field to the doorstep of US policy making is the perfect way to highlight the vendors’ shared passion for innovation and manufacturing to our nation’s leaders,” says Mark Bollman.

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Georgetown Univeristy Joins MetroLab Network

September 22, 2015

Georgetown University will partner with the District of Columbia’s Office of the Chief Technology Officer (DC-OCTO), George Washington University, and Howard University to join the national MetroLab Network as part of White House “Smart Cities” Initiative.

The MetroLab Network is a newly launched network of university-city partnerships committed to strong regional partnership and cross-regional collaboration.  The Network is focused on “smart cities”— particularly solutions to improve infrastructure, city services, and other public sector priorities.

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Mary Louise Kelly Talk & Book Signing at Tudor Place Sept. 21

September 3, 2015

Join a personal conversation with renowned writer and Georgetown local Mary Louise Kelly at Tudor Place Monday, September 21, 2015 from 9:30 am to 11:30 am..

Kelly will be talking about “The Bullet,”a heart-pounding story of fear, family secrets, and one woman’s hunt for answers about her parents’ murder. The former BBC and NPR correspondent will share the inspiration for and writing process behind her latest novel, about beautiful professor Caroline Cashion, who discovers a bullet lodged at the base of her skull. It makes no sense: she has never been shot. She has no entry wound. No sca … Kelly weaves a captivating tale of mystery and suspense as her heroine uncovers the truth behind “The Bullet.”

Listen to Kelly’s NPR Interview here.

  • Registration required.
  • This program is free to Landmark Society Members and their guest. The Landmark Society’s special support of Tudor Place is recognized with invitations, behind-the-scenes access, and name recognition. Learn more.

Questions about this event or prefer to register offline? Email or call Felice Herman at 202.580.7321.

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