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Georgetown Village Presents:
Ann Satterthwaite,

author of
Local Glories: Opera Houses on Main Street,

Where Art and Community Meet
ednesday, June 8th @ 5pm. 

Talk will be held in the Chapel of the Carpenter
St. John's Episcopal Church
3240 O St., NW, Washington, DC 20007

See flyer with more information-Local Glories

Thank you to our Donors and Supporters in Celebration of 

Robert (Bob) P. vom Eigen

At our Annual Georgetown Village Party on the Potomac

Thursday, May 5, 2016

Donor Information and Larger Photos can be found in the tabs across the top of the page.

Visit to Glenstone 
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Georgetown Olive Oil Company
Olive Oil TastingOlive Oil Flowers

Welcome to Georgetown Village!


Georgetown Village(GV), is a 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization providing services and programs in Georgetown, Burleith, Hillandale, and nearby neighborhoods. GV was established to help our neighbors age in place by providing them with a variety of support services, educational opportunities, cultural and social programming. We provide trained and vetted volunteers and when necessary professional service providers to meet our members’ needs.

Georgetown Village is part of a growing network of similar communities nationwide, including many in the Washington, DC area, in which neighbors are helping neighbors. Our village represents the new face of aging-in-place that allows Village members to live full lives in their own homes with the assistance of  their neighbors, in this way we create a caring, supportive, local community to help seniors remain safely and happily in their own homes.

Come be part of a caring, supportive community.

The Georgetown Village office recently moved to the Long & Foster building, and thanks to their generosity we are now located on the lower level of 1680 Wisconsin Avenue NW. The office is staffed by our Executive Director, Lynn Golub-Rofrano, and volunteers, Monday through Thursday, from 10 am - 6 pm. The office is not open on Federal Holidays.  Be sure to call before you stop by in case we are out helping one of our members or enjoying some of our trips or social activities!

Tea & Talk With Page Wilson
Textile Museum 2016
Textile 37
Textile 5
Anniversary Party 2015

News and Events


Upcoming Events
Upcoming Events

June 2016 Newsletter

Our June newsletter has been mailed out and the electronic copy is available here- June 2016 Newsletter
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Trip to U.S. Botanical Gardens

Friday, June 17th, Village members and volunteers will have a guided tour of The U.S. Botanical Gardens @ 2PM. RSVP by June 9th 202-999-8988 or

The United States Botanic Garden is rooted in the nation's heritage. During the late 18th century, George Washington, Thomas Jefferson and James Madison shared the dream of a national botanic garden and were instrumental in establishing one on the National Mall in 1820.
In 1842, the idea of a national botanic garden was reestablished when the United States Exploring Expedition to the South Seas (the Wilkes Expedition) brought a collection of living plants from around the globe to Washington, D.C. Initially placed in a specially constructed greenhouse behind the Old Patent Office Building, the plants were moved in late 1850 into a new structure on the site previously occupied by the Columbian Institute's garden. 

Coffee Talk - Thursdays at 10:30 am 

Please join others for coffee, tea, cookies, and discussion. All are welcome. If you have never attended a Thursday GV Coffee Talk, it is a great way to get out and try some new things and meet new people - we hope to see you soon!
We meet in the St. John's Episcopal board room - please use the entrance on Potomac Street (3240 O Street NW)      

Book Group

Monday June 13th

The book group meets June 13 We will discuss our new bestseller "Me before You" by Jojo Moyes. It is available at the Bridgestreet bookshop. It is to be a movie soon.

They had nothing in common until love gave them everything to lose . . .
Louisa Clark is an ordinary girl living an exceedingly ordinary life—steady boyfriend, close family—who has barely been farther afield than their tiny village. She takes a badly needed job working for ex–Master of the Universe Will Traynor, who is wheelchair bound after an accident. Will has always lived a huge life—big deals, extreme sports, worldwide travel—and now he’s pretty sure he cannot live the way he is.

All book group members are asked to bring or send in the name of one fiction and one non-fiction they would like to read. We will all discuss them perhaps in the summer meeting and set out a reading list for the fall and winter as Helen suggested.

Volunteer Training Thursday June 9

Volunteer Training Thursday June 9th. Training is offered at 2pm or 5:30pm. To RSVP or receive additional information email