The entire team of the Washington Institute of Dermatologic Laser Surgery (WIDLS) broke out of the office (and way out of their comfort zone) for a holiday party like no other. Dashing around town and through the monuments, Dr. Tina Alster was laughing all the way as she led her team on a Segway tour of the downtown holiday decorations and more. A little bit of team building, a little bit of culture, and a whole lot of fun.
Around the Ellipse and toward the White House was a line of 25 fashionable doctors, nurses, medical assistants and the rest of the team outfitted in a colorful array of Santa hats, glowstick jewelry and sunglasses. Yes, that’s right, the view was so bright that the glasses were a necessity in the unexpected 60 degree weather.
“This is not your average office party,” Dr. Alster said. “My team deserves more! It’s always an added challenge at this time of year to take time out of the office when we have been so busy readying everyone for the holidays and the new year ahead”.
One thing is for sure … No one will forget this festive holiday celebration … and, naturally, the team was all wearing sunblock!
Come to the Fairmont Washington, D.C., Georgetown Hotel for a children's gingerbread class on Saturday, December 12, 2015 at 10:30 am.
Children will assemble and decorate their very own holiday Gingerbread House under the direction of Executive Pastry Chef Christie.
The class includes all materials, instruction and holiday refreshments. At the end of the class, each child will take home a completed Gingerbread House.
Children’s gingerbread class is $50 per child, adults may accompany children at no cost. Call 202.457.5020 to RSVP.
The Fairmont is located at 2401 M Street NW.
Audiences and artists have been coming together at the Phillips well before 1941, when Phillips Music became a series of 30+ concerts.
Throughout 2015/2016, they are commemorating their 75th season of presenting enthralling performances in the Music Room’s idyllic chamber music environment.
Among the highlights—notwithstanding a reenactment of the iconic 1955 US debut of Glenn Gould—they pay special tribute to the outstanding musicians of the US military for their role in keeping Phillips Music continually running during World War II.
The Phillips Collection is located at 1600 21st Street NW.