Amuse Bouche

Kids Halloween Party at Pinstripes Oct. 29

October 24, 2017

Join the fun October 29, 2017 at Pinstripes Georgetown for a Kids Club Halloween Party from 10:00 am till noon.

 

Gather with friends and family for the ultimate Halloween bash with bowling, mini pumpkin painting and a costume contest!

$12 per child includes two hours of bowling, shoe rental, craft and $5 off brunch voucher

$6 per adult includes two hours of bowling, shoe rental and $5 off brunch voucher

 

Enjoy a Sunday Brunch buffet during the party, or head over to the bistro for brunch after the fun! Brunch is not included in admission price. Both Kids and Adults enjoy $5 off our regular brunch pricing.

 

Please note: your lane will be assigned at check in. There may be up to 6 people per lane, so you may be assigned a lane with new Kids Club friends. 

 

Recommended for kids age 4 years and older.

 

For tickets, click here.


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Fall Garden Design at Hillwood

October 3, 2017

Hillwood Estate, Museum and Gardens is hosting Gardener's Focus: Fall Design on October 5th & October 12th from 2:45 to 3:30 pm.

Jessica Bonilla (Photo by: hillwoodmuseum.org) Jessica Bonilla

Part of the magic of Hillwood’s gardens is how constantly (and quickly) things change! Focal points around the estate change seasonally. Join Jessica Bonilla, head gardener, to learn more about this fall’s seasonal plantings.

 

Jessica Bonilla is the head gardener at Hillwood. Joining the team in 2009, she and her staff are responsible for all aspects of garden upkeep. With nearly twenty years of experience, she started her career in commercial landscaping and in 2000 became head gardener at a private estate in Rochester, NY, where she also ran her own landscaping business. 

 

Advance reservations are available for members only, by calling 202.686.5807.

 

Hillwood Estate, Museum and Gardens is located at 4155 Linnean Avenue NW.


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Capital One Purchases Iconic Georgetown Corner

August 8, 2017

As reported August 3 in Washington Business Journal, Sagamore Development, the investment company which owns the corner building on the southeast corner of M Street in Georgetown, has sold the property to Capital One, a bank holding company, headquartered in McLean, Virginia for $50.2 million.

 

Sagamore's extensive renovations prior to selling include a new basement, and the upper floors renovated for apartments. 

 

The building, most recently Serendipity3 and formerly Nathan's, was widely expected to become a retail Under Armour store. Under Armour founder and CEO Kevin Plank (who owns Sagamore) purchased the property for $12.2 million in 2014.


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