Neighborhood events throughout the month of June.
JUNE 1, 6:30 p.m.
MEETING OF THE GEORGETOWN-BURLEITH ADVISORY NEIGHBORHOOD COMMISSION (ANC 2E)
The ANC meets once a month — via Zoom, for now — before each regular monthly meeting of the Old Georgetown Board, except during holidays. Check the June meeting’s agenda here.
JUNE 2, 5:30 p.m.
GEORGETOWN VILLAGE ZOOM: “WHAT MAKES PUTIN TICK?” WITH JONATHAN RUSSIN
Join Georgetown Village as Russin explores the background of Vladimir Putin’s rise to power and the presidency of the Russian Federation as well as the current challenges he faces. Founding member of the Russin and Vecchi Law Firm, Russin was managing partner of the firm’s Russia Practice Group from 1991 until 2012. He is currently serving as the firm’s senior counsel. For details, visit www.georgetown-village.org.
JUNE 3, 9 a.m.
MEETING OF THE OLD GEORGETOWN BOARD (OGB)
401 F St. NW, Suite 312, Washington, DC 20001
The OGB hears presentations, reviews staff comments, and makes recommendations to the Commission of Fine Arts (CFA) to conduct the reviews of Georgetown projects. It meets at the CFA offices on the first Thursday of each month, except in August.
JUNE 4, 7 – 8 p.m.
TRIVIA IN THE GARDEN AT DUMBARTON HOUSE
2715 Q ST. NW
Join Dumbarton House for an outdoor trivia night on the grounds of the museum. Topics to include: D.C. History, Geography, Movies, Plants and Animals, and Political History. Light refreshments available for purchase. Teams are limited to 6 people and attendees must provide own picnic blankets or lawn chairs for seating. For more information, see: dumbartonhouse.org.
JUNE 5, 11 a.m. – 5 p.m.
“I AM WOMAN” AT WASHINGTON PRINTMAKERS GALLERY
1641 Wisconsin Ave. NW
Contemporary Artist Linda Behar is speaking at the Washington Printmakers Gallery on June 5 to open her show, “I am Woman.” She will be discussing her life and career, and will be demonstrating the process of woodblock printing using laser cutting plates. Behar used this technique to create colorful and striking images on display at the gallery through June. Her pieces for this exhibit explore the theme of embracing the freedom to be one’s self. Behar’s presentation is free and open to the public.
JUNE 5, 11 a.m. – 5 p.m.
SEVENTH ANNIVERSARY OPEN HOUSE AT LILI THE FIRST BOUTIQUE
1419 Wisconsin Ave. NW
For a celebratory open house, join the international women’s clothing boutique known for its capsule collections and multi-brands “from selective labels across the globe.”
JUNE 9, 9:30 a.m.
BOARD OF ZONING ADJUSTMENT (BZA)
The D.C. Board of Zoning Adjustment of the District of Columbia will hold a virtual public hearing Wednesday June 9 at 9:30 a.m. The project by Georgetown 29K Acquisitions, LLC, is to convert an existing, detached, non-residential building to a 10-story, detached 70 to 72-unit residential building, under parking garage and penthouse at 1051-1055 29th St. NW. This project is better as the West Heating Plant condos, next to the C&O Canal and the Four Seasons Hotel.
THROUGH JUNE 27
Glow Public Light Art Experience
10 a.m. to 10 p.m.
The “region’s only free curated outdoor public light art experience,” Glow is “set against the historic backdrop of D.C.’s oldest neighborhood,” Georgetown. In its seventh edition, Glow’s spring season has shifted comfortably into the summer months. This year, Glow presents an “extended, two-part series featuring a total of eight art works, including six by local D.C. artists.” Each installation allows for ample social distancing. For details, visit georgetownglowdc.com.