Georgetown Garden Tour Q&A, Tips from the Hosts, Garden Guide
In honor of the upcoming Georgetown Garden Tour, we spoke with three home owners hosting the tour this year. They shared their gardening inspirations, best advice and favorite gardens around […]
Georgetown Garden Tour an Inspiration, Despite Rain
Yes it was raining. Yes the blooms were drooping. Yes one had to juggle umbrellas trying not to poke people while negotiating the often narrow garden gates and hidden street […]
Loving Mother Earth at Volta Park
For Earth Day, the Citizens Association of Georgetown began the Orthodox Easter morning with a neighborhood clean-up and scavenger hunt, partnered with Georgetown University, on April 24. With earth-loving booths […]
Weekend Round Up, April 21 – 24
This weekend is full of lots of things to do, including Saturday’s Georgetown House Tour, FilmFestDC and a celebration of Atlas Performing Arts Center’s anniversary. We also have a special […]
Between Raindrops, Tudor Place Salutes Georgetown Garden Club
Despite an earlier burst of heavy showers, the evening of Sept. 22 provided a dry celebration of the 29th Annual Garden Party for the historic Tudor House Museum and Gardens […]
Tudor Place Garden Party Moves to September
Normally held in May, the Georgetown historic site’s gala has been scheduled for Wednesday, Sept. 22, in accordance with health guidelines.
Tennis, Anyone? Soon at Montrose Park
The hope is to have the two brand-new, green-surfaced courts open to the public by the end of September, depending on the weather.
2020 Garden Tour Is Shelved
They are gorgeous. Intimate. Grand. Colorful. Hidden. And they will remain so until next May. They are the gardens of the Georgetown Garden Tour, an annual springtime event that lets […]
Gardening: Green Balm for Code-Red Times
“No occupation is so delightful to me as the culture of the earth, and no culture comparable to that of the garden.” So sayeth Thomas Jefferson. And though just a […]
Montrose Park’s Memorial Sphere Vandalized
The sphere was installed in 1956 by the Georgetown Garden Club as a memorial to Sarah Louisa Rittenhouse, who lobbied Congress from 1904 to 1911 to buy the Montrose estate for a public park.