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Taste and Shop Georgetown Oct. 5-25

September 15, 2020

Eat, drink, shop and play in Georgetown!

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This year, a revised Taste of (and Shop) Georgetown is a three-week long promotional event from  October 5 through 25.

 

Take-out, delivery and outdoor dining specials at Georgetown restaurants and streateries, paired with Fall shopping and service promotions.

 

From brunch, to family-style meals, and options to satisfy your sweet tooth, we’re keeping the spirit of the event alive: eating.

 

Check in with the Georgetown BID for a full list of participants and their promotions soon.


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Vote Safe DC

August 24, 2020

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the DC Board of Elections (BOE or the Board) has developed the Vote Safe DC campaign. The purpose of the campaign is to ensure that every vote is counted and that everyone, from voters to election workers, is safe. 


The Board is mailing every registered voter a ballot for the November 3, 2020 General Election.

 

The BOE is developing safety protocols to protect voters and election workers in consultation with the CDC and other leading federal agencies to make voting as safe as possible. However, the safest option for voters to reduce their risk of contracting or spreading the COVID-19 virus is to mail every registered qualified voter a ballot for the November 3, 2020 General Election in addition to opening 16 Vote Centers during the early voting period (October 27 - November 2) and 89 Vote Centers on Election Day, November 3, 2020.

More information regarding the November 3, 2020 General Election will be made available here in the coming months.  


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Tudor Place Virtual Summer Camp

August 2, 2020

Experience a Tudor Place Adventure in partnership with Urban Adventure Squad for an online summer program, “Environmental Science and Sustainability. ”  

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For children grades 1-8 the program will focus on current and historical environmental sustainability practices at Tudor Place, including rainwater collection in giant, bus-sized cisterns. 

 

Join via Zoom on Monday, August 10 through Friday, August 14 at 10:00 am and 2:00 pm for hour long interactive learning adventures. 

 

PROGRAM FEES: A tiered, pay-what-you-can fee structure. Families who are unable to pay can request a full scholarship. ALL program fees provide direct support to our programs (research, development, instructional time). 

 

Tier 3: Wood Thrush (D.C.’s official bird): $300 per family, per week
Tier 2: Scarlet Oak (D.C.’s official tree):  $200 per family, per week
Tier 1: Potomac Bluestone (D.C.’s official rock): $100 per family, per week

 

Register with Urban Adventure Squad.

 

Contact the education department for any questions at education@tudorplace.org.


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