The Georgetown Ministry Center is a small organization that has quietly been making a difference in the Georgetown community for years. They are a unique social service continuing to better the neighborhood they serve, with one main goal: to get the homeless off the streets.
The annual Georgetown House Tour has long marked the start of the social season. Begun by St. John’s Episcopal Church as a program to help those in need, the House Tour has since become one of the most anticipated events of spring. Keeping its stamina throughout the years, the Tour continues to be touched by the hands of those who are passionate about Georgetown and desire to give back to their community.
The latest business happenings in Georgetown. Stores moving in, and out.
The Garden Club of Virginia will continue to nurture Virginia’s deeply rooted history during Garden Week, April 16 – 23, showcasing some of the finest properties the state has to offer.
President Obama set ambitious goals for the future of America’s dependency on foreign supplies and moving the country in a more energy efficient direction. The President stated that the problem will not be solved with quick fixes, calling for a one-third reduction in U.S. oil imports by 2025.
Check out what’s happening around town this weekend with The Georgetowner’s interactive calendar. Looking for an excuse to ...
As the dreary winter weather bids Washington its final adieu, the Cherry Blossom Festival lifts the spirits of residents and visitors who come to enjoy the official bloom of spring. The Lantern Lighting Ceremony among the Cherry Blossoms, pictured above, signals the arrival of spring. Each year the National Park Service and the National Council of State Societies conduct the Lantern Lighting Ceremony, and the Embassy of Japan appoints a Cherry Blossom Princess for the occasion. With so many things to do in such a short amount of time, here is an events list to help you choose.
Washington’s relationship with Japan is exemplified in the National Cherry Blossom Festival. With the recent Earthquake and Pacific Tsunami ...
The One City Youth Employment Summer Program, a product of the Department of Employment Services, has a tougher twist.
The Piedmont Environmental Council has jumped on board with Buy Fresh Buy Local, a national non-profit organization and campaign dedicated to rebuilding local food systems. Chapters are developing all over the United States, promoting and connecting consumers with fresh produce from local farmers.
HomeMade Pizza Co. has opened in its doors in Georgetown, bringing fresh and inspiring pizzas to home kitchens all around the neighborhood. The pizza shop offers take-and-bake pies, offering customers restaurant quality pizza at their family's dinner table.