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Hit the Streets, Beat the Heat

July 12, 2016

Looks like the Georgetown Business Improvement District's ParasolShare Pilot Program is working.

Pick up a parasol and take advantage of the summer sales, cafe dining and stroll along Georgetown's Waterfront Park.

When you're done, return at any one of several designated locations. 

A full list of participating ParasolShare locations can be found here


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Georgetown Launches ParasolShare

June 16, 2016

Georgetown loves its shoppers. ParasolShare is a new summer pilot program starting June 17 from the Georgetown Business Improvement District (BID) to help visitors “Shop Georgetown, (and) Stay Cool” in the heat and humidity of D.C. summers.

 

The program, the first of its kind, embraces the ever-growing sharing economy and welcomes visitors to use and ‘share’ a custom-branded nylon parasol as they shop, then return it to a participating location as they leave Georgetown. Close to 50 participating stores, restaurants, galleries and hotels across the commercial district from M Street to Wisconsin Avenue, side streets, and along K Street, are participating. A full list of participating ParasolShare locations can be found here

 

If you are interested in participating in the program and hosting a parasol pick up/drop off location, please contact Nancy Miyahira at nmiyahira@georgetowndc.com


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Celebrate DC Jazz Festival at The Kennedy Center June 13

June 8, 2016

The DC Jazz Festival returns to the Concert Hall at The Kennedy Center for a grand night of music Monday June 13th starting at 8:00 pm.

 

Jazz at Howard University has produced great masters, leading contemporary jazz artists, brilliant jazz-informed artists who were indelibly touched by jazz from their HU experience, and some of the leading emerging artists representing jazz, pop, gospel, R&B, hip hop, and beyond!

 

This stellar, all-star evening recognizes Professor Fred Irby and Dr. Art Dawkins, the "fathers" of jazz education at Howard University, with performances by NEA Jazz Master Benny Golson, gospel master Richard Smallwood, Greg Osby, Loston Harris, Tim Warfield, Cyrus Chestnut, Mark Batson, Paul Carr, Afro Blue, Carroll Dashiell, Shelton Becton, Kris Funn, Savannah Harris, and others.

 

Performance Timing: Approximately 90 minutes, with no intermission.

 

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