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Veterans Day Tours and Lectures at Tudor Place

November 6, 2018

Tudor Place invites you to Veterans Day Tours and free local history lectures.


FREE lecture about the Custis family roots on the Eastern Shore of Virginia, this Thursday, November 8 at 6:00 pm.


Sunday, November 11 brings Veterans Day tours of the House. Tudor Place is marking #Armistice100, the centennial of the end of WWI with guided house tours focusing on stories and artifacts recalling six generations of an American family in wartime, abroad and at home.


FREE lecture on the friendship of Elizabeth Patterson Bonaparte and Martha Custis Williams Carter, Thursday, November 15 at 6:00 pm.

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Nordic Edge at Phillips After 5 Nov. 1

October 29, 2018

Experience Nordic Edge, featuring all five Nordic countries (Denmark, Iceland, Finland, Norway and Sweden) at The Phillips Collection on November 1, 2018 from 5:00 to 8:30 pm.

Groove to the beats of DJ Silia Glommi from Iceleand. Sample Nordic bites and Aquavit (a distlled spirit from Scandinavia) and grab a chilled Carlsberg or glass of wine. Build somethinf fantastic with Legos and catch a few short films from each of the Nordic countries.

Make sure to check out the Nordic Impressions exhibition.

The Phillips Collection is located at 1600 21st Street NW.

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NEW DATE: Stroud Foundation’s 5th Annual 'Hoedown' in Georgetown Oct. 27

September 13, 2018

Brooke and Stephane Carnot will once again host a western themed “Hoedown” at their home in Georgetown on October 27, 2018 from 7:30 to 11:30 pm for dinner and danceing. This special event benefits the Stroud Foundation, named for Mrs. Carnot’s late father, pediatrician Dr. Frank Stroud.

The Stroud Foundation is a tax exempt public charity established in 2008 dedicated to improving the lives of children with learning differences and their families in the DC area with a particular focus on children with ADD/ADHD. The Stroud Foundation was established to honor the memory of Washington DC’s beloved pediatrician Dr. Frank Stroud. Dr. Stroud cared for tens of thousands of children but he was particularly devoted to children with learning differences and their families. He consulted with Psychologists and Psychiatrists who specialized in Learning Disabilities, including ADD and ADHD; he consulted with schools, their nurses and teachers on behalf of the children he treated; and he advocated for children who needed someone that believed in them. He often said, “No child wants to fail.”

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