Spring Events on Main Street

May 11, 2022

Get ready, Georgetown Main Street (GMS) is planning major events to promote small businesses and boost commercial vibrancy along Georgetown’s Wisconsin Ave. NW corridor this May and June.   May is Small […]

Georgetown’s French Market 2022: A Jam-Packed Jolie Fête

May 2, 2022

Saturday’s French Market on Book Hill along Georgetown’s Wisconsin Avenue and P Street NW was jam-packed with happy visitors, many dressed fashionably and strolling along besides cheerful families and children […]

19th Annual Georgetown French Market

April 29, 2022

Our 19th annual Georgetown French Market is this Friday, April 29 – Sunday, May 1 (10 am – 5 pm on Friday & Saturday, and 12 pm – 5 pm […]

Weekend Round Up, April 28 – May 1

April 28, 2022

Happy weekend! So much to do the next few days in the neighborhood including the Georgetown French Market and a new coffee shop grand opening. Don’t miss the one-weekend-only performances […]

Georgetown BID Initiatives Signal Reinvigorating Year for Commercial District 

January 12, 2022

Sponsored Content We’ve all learned our lesson from the past two Januarys: Expect the unexpected for the year ahead. Still, there’s a lot the Georgetown Business Improvement District (BID) can […]

Weekend Round Up: September 30-October 3

September 30, 2021

There are lots of events to do this weekend and great weather predicted. Check out the Wharf’s Oktoberfest (and some racing dachshunds!), the Georgetown French Market, an exhibit at the […]

Georgetown News During the COVID-19 Constraints

July 11, 2020

Please send your coronavirus stories or comments to editorial@georgetowner.com. The Georgetowner will be updating this listing daily.

Flower Mart, French Market Go Online

April 30, 2020

Flower Mart began on April 26 and will continue through May 10, Mother’s Day. The Georgetown French Market will run from May 1 through 8.

Weekend Round Up April 25, 2019

April 25, 2019

The Georgetown French Market will bring Paris to Book Hill (free coffee from the Economist’s “Grounds for Change” cart) and the Smithsonian Craft Show will display works in all media at the Building Museum.