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CAG Picnic at Rose Park Sept. 19

September 13, 2021

Citizens Association of Georgetown invites you and your friends on Sunday, September 19, from 4:00 - 7:00 pm at the Rose Park Recreation Center for a fun-filled afternoon and community picnic.

 

Bring your own picnic or purchase your meal from delicious food trucks by Schmaltz Bros, Giacomo's Brick Oven Pizza, and more. 

 

Enjoy lawn games, arts and crafts, balloon art, and other family-friendly activities. Come out for free give-a-ways, story-time with the MPD, and view the officer's vehicle. 

 

Everyone is welcome!

 

This event is sponsored by Compass Real Estate.

 

Rose Park Recreation Center is located at 2609 Dumbarton Street in Georgetown.


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Fall Reception at French Embassy Sept. 10

August 2, 2021

Are you a Francophile? Or a business-minded person? Or simply a professional who enjoys a nice happy hour in one of the most beautiful embassies in Washington? 

 

Network with fellow Francophiles, French VIPs, diplomats, professionals and business people in the wonderful la Maison Française at the French Embassy on Friday, September 10, 2021 from 6:00 to 9:00 pm.


Buffet Campagnard (Typical french style finger food buffet) prepared by the Embassy's chefs will be served.


Open Bar featuring French wines and beers
Dress Code: Business, Business Casual or Cocktail Attire

 

Embassy of France is located at 4101 Reservoir Road in Georgetown.

 

Purchase tickets here.


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Addison/Ripley Gets Minted

July 8, 2021

Addison/Ripley Fine Art is pleased to present Minted, a curated summer selection of fine prints through August 20, 2021. 

(Photo by: addisonripleyfineart.com)

 

Artists represented include Damien Hirst, Suzanne Caporael, Sam Gilliam, Alison Saar, Maser, Beatriz Milhazes, Wolf Kahn, Cory Oberndorfer, Rachel Burgess, Lou Stovall, Amy Sillman, Dan Treado, Anne Smith and Helen Zughaib.

 

Addison/Ripley Fine Art is located at 1670 Wisconsin Avenue in Georgetown.


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