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September 2018

Tuesday, September 4th @ 5:30 pm
Mai Thai
3254 Prospect Street NW


Arts In Foggy Bottom 

Friday, September 21st @ 11 am

Outdoor Sculpture Biennial 

As a result of the Hurricane Florence Weather Warnings the docent led tour has been rescheduled to
Friday, September 21st
.   Mary Kay Shaw will lead the tour.  “Absence and Presence” is inspired by what we can see, what is visible and invisible.  The artists have used natural elements and selected fabricated or found materials to create sculptures for contemplation.  Through their exploration of form and illusion, light and dark, metaphoric and natural elements, visitors encounter the opposites “absence and presence” and experience affirmation of human conditions.  This is a minimal walking tour in the Foggy Bottom area. Please wear comfortable shoes.

Please contact the GV office to sign up.

Basic Training 4 Your Body

Beginning Monday September 17th 
11:30 am (Every Monday Thereafter)
Christ Church of Georgetown
3116 O Street NW

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.

Dinner & Movie Night
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Tuesday, September 25th

AMC Loews Theater
Dinner at Mr. Smith's on K Street NW


Wednesday, September 12
12:30 PM until 1:30 PM

1303 Wisconsin Avenue NW

Please let us know if you are planning to join us so we are sure to have a big enough table reserved.

Book Discussion
Monday, September 17th @ 10:15 am
Location:  Toni Russin's Home
3400 O Street NW

"Lincoln in the Bardo" by George Saunders

Lincoln in the Bardo

Lincoln in the Bardo is an astonishing feat of imagination and a bold step forward from one of the most important and influential writers of his generation. Formally daring, generous in spirit, deeply concerned with matters of the heart, it is a testament to fiction’s ability to speak honestly and powerfully to the things that really matter to us. Saunders has invented a thrilling new form that deploys a kaleidoscopic, theatrical panorama of voices to ask a timeless, profound question: How do we live and love when we know that everything we love must end? 

1303 Wisconsin Avenue NW

Tuesday, September 18th
5:30 pm

Chat with Dr. Hans Kaper 

Hans G. Kaper

“Climate and Climate Change:  What Is It and Why Should We Care?”

Wednesday, September 26th @ 6 pm

St. John's Episcopal Church
3240 O Street NW

  Dr. Kaper is a research mathematician currently affiliated with Georgetown University.  Dr. Kaper came to Washington DC in 2001, when he joined the National Science Foundation (NSF) as Program Director for Applied and Computational Mathematics.  Before joining NSF, Dr. Kaper spent almost 40 years as a staff scientist at Argonne National Laboratory.  His most recent research is focused on planet Earth, in particular Earth’s climate system and the impact of climate change on sustainability, biodiversity, food, energy, and water systems.  He is the co-author of several books and more than 100 articles in professional journals.    

Please contact the GV Office at 
202- 999-8988 to 
sign up by September 19th.

October 2018

Chat w/ Michael Usdan
"America's Future: Some Perspectives On The Roles On Education"
Thursday, October 4
6pm - 8pm
St. John's Episcopal Church
3240 O Street NW

Michael D. Usdan served as President of the Institute for Educational Leadership (IEL) from 1981 through 2001. As of July 1, 2001, he became a Senior Fellow at the organization.

Walking Tour of Georgetown with Dwane Starlin  
Lunch at Martin's Tavern 

Friday, October 5th @ 11:00 am
(Meet at GV Office at 10:45 am)

This is a one hour walking tour (avoiding hills and staying in flat areas) of the Georgetown Heights neighborhood led by Dwane Starlin, member of the Guild of Professional Guides of Washington DC.

The tour will begin and end at the Georgetown Village offices. We will have lunch after the tour at Martin’s Tavern and Dwane will join us. Dwane Starlin has lived in Washington DC for 35 years (originally from Colorado). He is an actor-performer who specializes in historical characterizations in addition to being a licensed tour guide. He has worked for the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History portraying John Henry, Clarence Darrow, Mark Twain, John Philip Souza, Walter Cronkite, and Robert Frost.
Please contact the GV office at 

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he Marine Corps Heritage Foundation 

Friday, October 19th
10 am - 3 pm

The Marine Corps Heritage Foundation, located off I-95 at 18900 Jefferson Davis Highway, Triangle, VA.  The Marine Corps Heritage Foundation dedicates itself to preserving and sharing the traditions, history and culture of the U S Marine Corps.  The National Museum of the Marine Corps. shares with us the American story of the Corps’ contributions, sacrifices, valor and victory.  Overlooking the museum, the Semper Fidelis National Park is designed as a place of remembrance and reflection.  Visitors can walk its paths to view the monuments and visit the Semper Fidelis Memorial Chapel.  We will also view the 38- minute film, “We, the Marines” at the Medal of Honor Theatre. 

Chat with Martin "Marty" Tolchin
Thursday, October 25 @ 6 pm

St. John's Episcopal Church

3240 O Street NW

Martin Tolchin will speak about President Trump, recent policy decisions and the upcoming midterm elections.