Holiday Lights: ‘Experience the District’s Dazzle’
By December 23, 2021 0 545•
D.C.’s Main Streets and their commercial corridors joined together to bring city shoppers and strollers “a spectacular holiday experience,” as organizers said, and let them “Experience the District’s Dazzle.” Through Jan. 6, take a stroll down each of the participating corridors below to experience a dazzling array of lights and decor. These neighborhoods include Adams Morgan, Columbia Heights, Dupont and Logan Circle, Woodley Park, Uptown — and, of course, Georgetown.
As of fiscal 2022, there are 28 independent, nonprofit neighborhood Main Street programs in Washington, D.C. DC Main Streets revitalize communities by retaining and recruiting businesses, improving commercial properties and streetscapes, and attracting consumers. Leaders in these neighborhood organizations assist businesses and coordinate sustainable community-driven revitalization efforts in their neighborhoods.
Last week, The Georgetowner reported on the Georgetown Main Street lights and awards. We now include some pictures of the shops and from the Main Streets awards ceremony, held Dec. 15 at Garden District on 14th Street. Visit dcholidaylights.org for details.