The 20th Annual Taste of Georgetown is Saturday, June 1, 2013.
Showcasing the over 30 of Washington, D.C.'s finest restaurants, this event features nearly sixty delectable dishes to sample, as well as wine and craft beer tastings, music and entertainment and for the first time ever, the Georgetown Chef Showdown.
The Taste of Georgetown benefits Georgetown Ministry Center's (GMC) services supporting the homeless.
Tickets are on sale now.
Chainsaws and a 75-ton crane will arrive in the Tudor Place North Garden Monday morning, May 12, to remove a white oak tree looming more than 100 feet tall that may have taken root in the 18th century.
Arborists have determined that the oak is leaning dangerously, and soil fissures at its roots indicate failure. Tudor Place staff, Board, and supporters are bidding a reluctant farewell to this old friend. The tree stands out even on a property renowned for old-growth specimens, including the ancient Tulip Poplar named by the America the Beautiful Fund as D.C.’s “Millennium Tree.”
“The loss of this majestic tree will reshape Tudor Place’s north landscape,” said Executive Director Leslie Buhler. “However, just as previous owners honored the site’s past while planning for its future, we will replace it with a new white oak in the fall.”
To defray the extraordinary cost of removing and replacing the oak and sustaining and replenishing the site’s other tall trees, Tudor Place will be establishing a fund.
The Friends of Georgetown Library present a Spring Book Sale on Saturday, May 4 from 10:00am - 3:00 pm at the Georgetown Library.
Fiction, non-fiction, children's, history, biography, rare books, art, politics, CD's, DVDS, VHS and much more!
Special features: complete works of Freud, significant collection of books about Washington, large collections of art and gardening books.
The Georgetown Library is located at the corner of Wisconsin and R Streets.