Howl-O-Ween Pet Adoption event will be held in Georgetown at the Washington Harbour Saturday, October 25th from noon until 3:00 pm. Pumpkin biscuits for all K-9 visitors who arrive in costume and prizes for the “Best Pet Costume” and the “Cutest Companion.”
Coldwell Banker will again be partnering with Operation Paws for Homes to host the adoption event. You can preview just a portion of the available pets by visiting OPH’s website. Even more pets will be available on the 25th … with a great variety of breeds, sizes and ages, including puppies.
All co-hosted events with OPH have been extremely successful with many dogs going home to their forever homes with their new adoptive parents. Help make this year's event the most successful yet!
Washington Harbour is located 3000 K Street. Pet adoption is Suite 101, Plaza Level … rain or shine!
The Weaver family-owned 82-space Prospect Street lot opposite Cafe Milano will be redeveloped into “Prospect Place” by McCaffery Interests Inc. This, according to Washington Business Journal.
McCaffery plans to construct two stories of retail atop a 101-space underground parking garage — 20 percent more spaces than are currently available on the lot.
The Weaver family settled in Georgetown in 1811 and launched a farm and butcher business. W.T. Weaver & Sons, a family-owned architectural hardware and plumbing store located at 1208 Wisconsin Ave. NW, opened in 1889.
Read more here.
Lace up your shoes and get ready to kick cancer to the curb. Sprint Four the Cure is a 5K chipped race that raises funds and awareness for cancer, celebrates cancer survivors, and honors those who have lost their battles with cancer.
The event is held in honor of Andrea Kauffman, a former Four Seasons Hotel Washington, D.C. employee who lost her fight with cancer in 2010.
Track your time, location, and results with our computer-based chip timing. Registration includes a free T-shirt, raffle ticket for door prizes, and Four Seasons buffet breakfast served immediately after the race.
Individual runners or teams (minimum of four participants) are welcome. Ready to register for Sprint Four the Cure? Visit Sprint Four The Cure.
See you at the starting line, Saturday, September 20!