Weekend Round Up April 7, 2011

Check out what’s happening around town this weekend with The Georgetowner’s interactive calendar. Looking for an excuse to get out of the house, or know of an event so exciting you just have to share? You can do both at the Georgetowner.com Calendar.

Preview Party for the 2011 DC Design House
April 8th, 2011 at 06:00 AM
Tel: 301-807-0910
Join the Executive Committee, countless volunteers and the designers of this year’s house benefiting Children’s National Medical Center. Designers include: Scott Brinitzer, Jeff Potter, Iantha Carley, Nancy Colbert), Barbara Franceski, Samantha Friedman, Jason Hodges, Liz Levin, Lauren Liess, Gary Lovejoy, Allie Mann/Case Design, Cindy McClure, Erin Paige Pitts, James Rill/Rill Architects, Camille Saum, Whitney Stewart, Nadia Subaran/Aidan Design, Patrick Sutton and Denise Willard.
3134 Ellicott St. NW
Washington DC 20008

Art & Live Jazz Saturday
April 9th, 2011 at 02:00 PM
Tel: 540-253-9797
Join us for live jazz, refreshments and “New Work” by jewelry artist Sara Rivera. Sara works in the old Japanese technique of Mokume-gane which is a layering of metals to achieve a wood grain effect in different metals. Sara will be in the gallery from 2 – 6 PM. Live Jazz 5 – 8 PM.
Live An Artful Life
6474 Main Street
The Plains, VA 20198
Civil War Georgetown Tours Commemorating 150 Years
April 9th, 2011 at 10:30 AM
Tel: 202-965-0400
In commemoration of the 150th Anniversary of the Civil War, Tudor Place introduces two new specialized tours about life in Georgetown and the Federal City during this critical test of American democracy.

Beginning in April, these tours will be offered on the second Saturday of every month.

There will be a specialized house tour at 10:30 a.m. and a separate walking tour of Georgetown at 12:30 p.m.
Tudor Place
1644 31st Street, NW
Georgetown between Q &R
Washington, DC

Thai Restaurant Week, April 11-17
April 11th, 2011 at 12:00 PM
|Discounts and special dishes
Tel: 202-338-1545

Celebrate the festival of Songkran – the traditional Thai New Year. Each year, as the cherry blossoms start to bloom, the D.C. Metro area celebrates Songkran with Thai Restaurant Week. Many Thai restaurants offer diners a discount or a special menu in honor of the traditional Thai New Year Festival. For the list of participating restaurants, please visit www.thaiembdc.org.
For the list of participating restaurants, please visit www.thaiembdc.org.

For more events this weekend visit the Georgetowner. calendar and click on the date your interested in!

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