Celebrating The Holidays!
As the count down begins to the holiday season, we want know of your up coming holiday spicals, events, and happenings. Email email@example.com so that we can include you in our Holiday round up!
Here are a few Holiday happenings to save the date for!
The Georgetown Holiday Pop Shop is a seasonal event sponsored by Georgetown Media Group, Eagle Bank, PamShops4You and Long & Foster. This unique evening features top local vendors in a one-stop shopping and cocktail party event. Get into the holiday spirit while you shop, drink and eat, all while benefiting the Georgetown Senior Center. This year's event is popping up in Tony & Joe's at Georgetown's Washington Harbour from 6:30 p.m.-9:30 p.m.
Georgetown’s Design District to Host Open Marketplace With Premier Retailers: Tuckernuck, Chubbies, Zestt, Read Wall and Victoria Road All Nicely Wrapped Up in One Showroom. To help make spirits bright this festive time of year, EastBanc and Jamestown are embracing seasonal celebrations by hosting an open marketplace holiday bazaar in Cady’s Alley. Beginning Friday, November 15 and running through Sunday, January 5, the pop-up Cady’s Alley Bazaar will feature a collection of popular fashion and home décor brands including Tuckernuck, Chubbies, Zestt, Read Wall and Victoria Road.
The Old Print Gallery's (1220 31st Street, NW) 2013 Winter Contemporary Show will open on Friday, November 15th with a celebratory nighttime reception from 5 to 8 p.m. 11 different artists, who use printmaking as their primary medium for artistic expression, were selected for the show. The works chosen resonate with skill and intention, and reflect the current eclecticism of contemporary printmaking. Highlights include new prints by Jake Muirhead and Heather McMordie. The show will remain on view until February 15th, 2014.
Celebrate turkey day at Tudor Place! Tiny tots (Ages 4-6) will enjoy an interactive story and then scour the historic mansion in search of history games and toys. After the hunt, children will make a special holiday craft to take home and enjoy period dancing to get the whole family moving. Member child: $5; Nonmember child: $8
On Friday, November 28, join the Sequoia (3000 K Street, NW) family for a Thanksgiving feast on the water that is sure to delight you and your family. With all natural poultry and stuffing galore, and selections a-plenty, this year Sequoia is offering a buffet fit for a king and a Thanksgiving you and your family are sure to remember. Seating for the Thanksgiving feast is from 12 to 7:45 p.m. $49.95 for adults; $19.95 for kids; $20 for the Unlimited Bar Package. Call 202.944.4200 to make a reservation.
Hosted by SWEA Washington, DC (Swedish Women's Educational Association) and supported by the Embassy of Sweden and House of Sweden (2900 K Street, NW), shop Swedish crystal, textiles, artwork, food and much more on sale at this year's Swedish Christmas Bazaar on Saturday, December 7, from 11 a.m to 5 p.m. Plus, savor home baked goods and traditional Swedish delicacies from the Swedish café or bring them home for the holidays. There will also be a children's activity room with Swedish crafts to enjoy and bring home, and a Lucia procession performing traditional Swedish Holiday songs at 5 p.m. All are welcome! For more information, please contact Suzanne Edam at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 202.546.7266.
Create your own holiday wreath from a variety of plant materials direct from the Tudor Place garden! Cedar boughs, magnolia leaves, berry-laden holly, pinecones and boxwood offer opportunities for distinctive wreaths. All wreaths are medium-sized and all materials provided. Members: $38 (per wreateh); Non-members: $48 (per wreath)