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Georgetown Village

 Neighbors Helping Neighbors                                    



Welcome to Georgetown Village!


Georgetown Village(GV), is a 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 is located on the fourth floor of 3000 K Street, NW, thanks to the generosity of Foley & Lardner LLP. 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!


GV Board Strategic Planning Retreat
Brain Games:

GV Annual Anniversary Party:
Private tour of El Greco exhibit, and lunch afterwards - National Gallery of Art:  
Fun on the Ferris Wheel at National Harbor:







News and Events



Upcoming Events
Upcoming Events

Happy Hour -  August 18-5:30 pm -2821 Q Street NW

Our happy hour this week is being hosted by Mary Lou Kelly and her daughter Lynnette.  Mary Lou is a new member of Georgetown Village and she is looking forward to meeting other members at her home.  Please call the office to RSVP so we know how many people will be there-the more the merrier!

Brain Games August 12 @ 10:30 am

Join us at St. John's Episcopal Church for a fun morning games designed to stimulate your mind! In addition to strengthening your mental acuity, you will also have a few laughs and a lot of fun!

Program Planning Meeting 8/12 @ 1 pm 

We are looking for YOUR ideas and suggestions for next year's trips and programs.  Join us to brainstorm ideas and possibilities for Georgetown Village members.  If you like it, so will your friends! 
If you come to Brain Games, we can order lunch from Georgetown Bites and eat together before the meeting.

August Newsletter

Our August Newsletter has been mailed out and the electronic copy is available here- August 2015 Newsletter

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, Spring is a great time 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)

Devil in the White City-Book Discussion on September 9

   Not long after Jack the Ripper haunted the ill-lit streets of 1888 London, H.H. Holmes (born Herman Webster Mudgett) dispatched somewhere between 27 and 200 people, mostly single young women, in the churning new metropolis of Chicago; many of the murders occurred during (and exploited) the city's finest moment, the World's Fair of 1893. Larson's breathtaking new history is a novelistic yet wholly factual account of the fair and the mass murderer who lurked within it. Bestselling author Larson (Isaac's Storm) strikes a fine balance between the planning and execution of the vast fair and Holmes's relentless, ghastly activities. The passages about Holmes are compelling and aptly claustrophobic; readers will be glad for the frequent escapes to the relative sanity of Holmes's co-star, architect and fair overseer Daniel Hudson Burnham, who managed the thousands of workers and engineers who pulled the sprawling fair together 0n an astonishingly tight two-year schedule. A natural charlatan, Holmes exploited the inability of authorities to coordinate, creating a small commercial empire entirely on unpaid debts and constructing a personal cadaver-disposal system. This is, in effect, the nonfiction Alienist, or a sort of companion, which might be called Homicide, to Emile Durkheim's Suicide. However, rather than anomie, Larson is most interested in industriousness and the new opportunities for mayhem afforded by the advent of widespread public anonymity. This book is everything popular history should be, meticulously recreating a rich, pre-automobile America on the cusp of modernity, in which the sale of "articulated" corpses was a semi-respectable trade and serial killers could go unnoticed.    
Our book discussion group has chosen this book for our next discussion on September 9 at 10:15 am.  Although this is a non-fiction book, many say it reads like a page-turning novel that you can't put down!  Try it and join the discussion!                    

Your Chance to Contribute to the 2015 White House Conference on Aging  

On April 10, The White House Conference on Aging released a policy brief on healthy aging, a key focus area for the 2015 Conference. The policy brief examines how Americans can enjoy long and healthy lives by maximizing their physical, mental, and social well-being. Members of the public are encouraged to share their thoughts in the comments section of the brief. By providing input, you’ll be contributing to the 2015 Conference in a meaningful and concrete way. Click here to read the brief: Healthy Aging Policy Brief

More Than A Meal - Meals on Wheels - Pilot Research Study