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Watch Cherry Blossoms Peak

March 7, 2019

According to the Washington Post's Capital Weather Gang, peak bloom for our beloved Cherry Blossoms will fall sometime "between April 1 and 5, centered on the 3rd."

"That is right around the historical average, Cherry Blossom Watch reports. "Last year, the peak bloom fell on April 5. The buds are currently a bit behind where they were at this date last year, and we're currently in a cold spell that is slowing things down further. But the current weather forecasts through the rest of March point to warmer temperatures to bring things back up to speed."

 


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Washington Dollar Days at Tudor Place

February 6, 2019

Practice frugality our founding father would approve of during the month of George Washington's birth. Take Tudor Place tours in February for a buck.  Members free, as always.

 

Book early, tours will sell out especially on weekends. House tours sold out on your chosen day? You can still visit the garden.

 

Come to the Visitor Center for admission and your free self-guided garden map and audio tour.

 

Practice frugality our founding father would approve of during the month of George Washington's birth. 

 

DC's only historic house museum with family ties to Martha and George Washington, highlights of the Washington Collection will be on display as part of all house tours.

 

Tours offered every day but Monday; last tour of the day starts at 3:00 pm.

Click here to register for a date and time. If you have any questions, please call 202.965.0400 or email education@tudorplace.org.


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Simon Jacobsen on Architecture in St. Michael's MD Jan. 19

January 16, 2019

Simon Jacobsen, founding partner of Georgetown-based internationally acclaimed architectural firm Jacobsen Architecture, LLC with his father Hugh Newell Jacobsen, F.A.I.A., will be in Saint Michaels, MD on Saturday, January 19, 2019.

Simon Jacobsen (Photo by: jacobsenarchitecture.com) Simon Jacobsen

 

Hosted by The Talbot Spy, a project fund of the Mid-Shore Community Foundation, this special lecture will held at St. Michael’s Inn, 1228 South Talbot Street from 5:00 to 6:30 pm. Jacobsen will discuss some of his award-winning firm’s stunning projects.

 

Past work includes the University of Oklahoma's Fred Jones Art Center, St. John's College of Art, The Musselmann Library at Gettysburg College, as well as historical restorations such as the United States Capital and the Renwick Gallery in Washington, D.C.

 

Widely published in print and television such as The Wall Street Journal, Casa VOGUE, HGTV's Extreme Homes, Architectural Digest, The Washington Post, Washingtonian Magazine, DC Modern Luxury, Home & Design, Design Bureau Magazine, HGTV, Entra Magazine and the hundreds of internet publications and design blogs. Residential Architect Magazine listed Jacobsen Architecture in the top 50 design firms in the US and Architectural Digest lists Hugh and Simon Jacobsen in the top 100 of architects and designers internationally.

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