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2014 Georgetown House Tour April 26

April 8, 2014

This year’s tour will take place on April 26, 2014 and will feature a number of Georgetown’s most beautiful homes and their impressive gardens. Every home on the Tour will be open from 11:00 am. until 5:00 pm. Houses are arranged for easy walking at your own pace taken in the order you prefer. Your ticket price includes a House Tour Magazine full of useful information including a map of the houses which will make it possible to set your own route.

Be sure to mark your calendars for the Patron’s Party on April 23, 2014 as well.  Also included in your ticket price is a not-to-be-missed Parish Tea in Blake Hall at historic St. John’s Church, at 3240 O Street, N.W.  Following an 83-year tradition,this lovely tea features homemade tea sandwiches and sweets. You may walk in at any time between 2:00 pm. and 5:00 pm. to delight in what the parish volunteers are serving!

For additional information, call the Georgetown House Tour information line at 202.338.2287, or St. John's Church at 202.338.1796.


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Will Muriel Bowser be D.C.'s Next Mayor?

April 2, 2014

Ward 4 Councilmember Muriel Bowser won the democratic nomination for D.C. mayor Tuesday, defeating incumbent Vincent Gray.

In May of 2012, The Georgetown Dish conducted a poll asking readers 'Who Should be D.C.'s Next Mayor?' Muriel Bowser received 69% of the votes.


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Easter Brunch in Georgetown

March 31, 2014

Looking for the perfect Easter Brunch venue? Open Table lists restaurants with specials, set-menus and other Easter offers on Sunday, April 20.

Some Georgetown favorites: Bistro Francais, Bistrot Lepic & Wine Bar, Cafe Milano, Clyde's of Georgetown, Farmers Fishers Bakers, The Grill Room, Juniper Restaurant, Morton's The Steakhouse-Georgetown and Seasosn Restaurant-Four Seasons Washington DC.

Check out other area Easter Brunch specials at Open Table.


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