Basic Training 4 Your Body
11:30 am (Every Monday)
Christ Church of Georgetown
3116 O Street NW
Parish Hall (Second Floor)
This is a fitness class that focuses on the basics of functional movement. Great for first times, deconditioned adults, and anyone looking to improve their activity level. We work on balance, memory, flexibility, breathing, strength, cardio, etc. The class includes a variety of seated and standing exercises and is a perfect start for most seniors. Please contact the GV office at
202-999-8988 to sign up.
Tuesday, February 5th @ 5:30 pm
3251 Prospect Street NW
Book Discussion Group
Mad Enchantment, by Ross King
February 11th @ 10:15 am
Mad Enchantment tells the full story behind the creation of the Water Lilies, as the horrors of World War I came ever closer to Paris and Giverny and a new generation of younger artists, led by Henri Matisse and Pablo Picasso, were challenging the achievements of Impressionism.
Sweets for the Sweet
Tuesday, February 12th
2 pm - 4 pm
St. John's Episcopal Church
3240 O Street NW
Village members are invited to enjoy great conversation along with tasty tea sandwiches, sweets and tea or coffee.
To sign up, please call the GV office at 202-999-8988 or email email@example.com.
Wednesday, February 13th
Pinstripes Bistro (Georgetown Park)
1064 Wisconsin Avenue NW
Tuesday, February 19th @ 5:30 pm
High Street Cafe
1303 Wisconsin Avenue NW
click here to view the Happy Hour menu.
Georgetown Village invites prospective members to join us for a Wine & Cheese Tasting and to meet our members while learning more about the village.
Thursday, February 21st @ 5:00 pm
1855 Wisconsin Avenue NW
After the wine tasting, we will cross Wisconsin Avenue and have dinner at Café Divan.
To sign up, please call the GV office at 202-999-8988 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Tour of Library of Congress
Friday, February 22nd @ 10:30 am
We will meet at the ground floor information desk.
One-hour walking tour of the historic Thomas Jefferson building to learn about its symbolic art and architecture. The docent will tell the story of the library, America’s oldest cultural institution: its history, collections, and services for Congress and the nation. We will also take a self-guided tour of a re-created,Thomas Jefferson’s library, which assembles 6,487 volumes that founded the Library of Congress, and learn how one of America’s greatest thinkers was inspired through the world of books.
If there is interest, we may tour: The Legacy of George and Ira Gershwin. This is a permanent tribute to the brothers who helped provide a musical background to the glamour and sophistication of the 1920s and 1930s. The exhibition provides a wealth of materials that provide insight into their careers and personalities, including manuscript and printed music, lyric sheets and librettos, correspondence, paintings and drawings.
Please contact the GV office at 202-999-8988 to sign up.
Tuesday, February 26th @ 5:30 pm
AMC Loew's Theater Georgetown
Dinner at Mr. Smith's on K Street NW
Please contact the GV office to sign up.
HARLEM QUARTET: GAME CHANGERS
Ilmar Gavilán, violin/Melissa White, violin/Jaime Amador, viola/Felix Umansky, cello
Saturday, March 30, 2019
at 8:00 pm
Dumbarton United Methodist Church
3139 Dumbarton Street NW
Praised for its “panache” by The New York Times and hailed in the Cincinnati Enquirer for “bringing a new attitude to classical music, one that is fresh, bracing and intelligent,” the Harlem Quartet advances diversity in classical music while engaging new audiences with varied repertoire that includes works by minority composers. Their mission to share their passion with a wider audience has taken them around the world: from a 2009 performance at The White House for President Obama and First Lady, Michelle Obama, to a highly successful tour of South Africa in 2012 and beyond.