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Virtual Tour: Ker Place to Tudor Place Nov. 8

October 22, 2018

You’re invited to a Landmark Society Lecture: Ker Place to Tudor Place: Custis Connections on Virginia’s Eastern Shore on November 8, 2018 from 6:00 to 8:00 pm.


Join Stephanie Templin, Historical Society of the Eastern Shore of Virginia’s collections manager, on a virtual tour of the history of Ker Place, the Federal-period Georgian-style house in Onancock, Virginia.  Hear about the beginnings of the Custis family and other characters that turn up in Tudor Place history.


Merchant farmer John Shepherd Ker and his family built the house from 1799-1803, which is just before Tudor Place began its construction in 1805. Today, the mansion is home to the Historical Society that captures the stories of notable characters of the Eastern Shore’s past. These include the beginnings of the Custis family in Virginia and other figures we recognize from Tudor Place’s own history, including one of the men who died with Commodore Beverly Kennon on the USS Princeton in 1844. Join us for a night of connections and foundational learning about Tudor Place, the District, and the Eastern Shore of Virginia.


The Ker Place collection has 10,000 individual items and over 3,000 visitors each year. Templin is eager to share the Eastern Shore’s fascinating history with the urban audiences of Washington.

Admission is free/pay what you can, with donations welcome, and includes a pre-lecture wine and cheese reception.


Register here.

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A Cady's Alley Octoberfest Oct. 20

October 11, 2018

Celebrate Octoberfest with Cady’s Alley October 20, 2018 from 1:00 to 5:00 pm.


Bring the whole family to enjoy craft beer, live music, games and more.


Snag a stein and savor authentic German gourmet bites at Kafe Leopold’s in the beer garden

Sip and shop at Cynthia Rowley’s mimosa bar and find the perfect doughnut and beer pairing with District Doughnut.


All along the cobblestone alley off M Street.



Cady's Alley is located at 3316 M Street in Georgetown.




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19th Annual Spirit of Georgetown Oct. 11

September 16, 2018

You are cordially invited to attend the 19th Annual Spirit of Georgetown on Thursday, October 11, 2018 from 6:30 - 8:30 pm.

This year’s event honors Rev. John Graham.


Join co-chairs Sara Stone-Psihas and James Blue to celebrate the Georgetown Ministry Center’s 31 years of tireless service to our homeless neighbors by purchasing a ticket today.


To ensure your participation on the Benefits Committee is noted on the event program, your response is appreciated no later than October 1. Please make a bigger impact by forwarding to friends and family.


Please mail check to Georgetown Ministry Center, 1041 Wisconsin Avenue NW Washington DC 20007


Please contact Liza Ballantine at GMC: or 917.257.3762 for more information.

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