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September 2017

Join Georgetown Village for a simulcast discussion 
with Atul Gawande MD, MPH 

in celebration of the 15th Anniversary of the Village Movement


Monday, September 25, 2017 · 4:45 p.m.

The Georgetown Village Office: 1680 Wisconsin Avenue, NW


Join us for a lively conversation about community and choice in aging with renowned surgeon and author Atul Gawande.  More than 150 villages across the country will participate via simulcast for an evening with Being Mortal’s author as we celebrate the village movement.

Manny and Olga's is donating pizza for the event.


Please RSVP by September 20th:  202-999-8988.

Hot-Button Comedy |  Native Gardens

Arena Stage Senior Series
Wednesday, September 27th

Good fences make good neighbors … right? From the outrageous mind of playwright Karen Zacarías (Destiny of Desire) comes this hot new comedy about the clash of class and culture that pushes well-meaning neighbors over the edge. Tania, a very pregnant Ph.D. candidate, and Pablo, her rising attorney husband, move next door to Virginia and Frank, a deep-rooted D.C. couple with an impeccably trimmed backyard. But when a questionable fence line puts a prize-worthy garden in jeopardy, neighborly rivalry escalates into an all-out border dispute, challenging everyone’s notions of race, privilege and where to draw the line on good taste.

Tickets are $36.  Reservations are required.  Please call the Georgetown Village:  202-999-8988.

October 2017

Attend the  Smithsonian's 2017 Craft2Wear Show with the Georgetown  Village!

Friday, October 6
11:00 am to 2:00 pm
National Building Museum 
401 F Street, NW

Tickets at the door are $15.
Save $2 by ordering tickets in advance.

Roger D. Stone - Book Event
The Lives of Dillon Ripley: Natural Scientist, Wartime Spy, and Pioneering Leader of the Smithsonian Institution

Thursday, October 26th
6:00 pm
St. John's Episcopal Church 
3240 O Street, NW (entrance on Potomac St)

With its nineteen museums and galleries, nine research facilities, and the National Zoo, The Smithsonian is the world’s largest museum, education, and research complex. Much of it is the work of S. Dillon Ripley (1913-2001), who headed the institution from 1964 to 1985, overseeing the addition of eight new museums, seven research centers, and launching Smithsonian magazine. As Stone reports in this comprehensive biography, Ripley was more than a curator and a world-famous ornithologist. Posted to Ceylon in the mid-1940s, he served as an OSS spy. Stone, a former Time correspondent and bureau chief, served with Ripley on the board of the World Wildlife Fund; he adds his personal recollections to hours of interviews with Ripley and draws on both the Smithsonian archives and Ripley family documents. 

 For a preview of the book, see Mr. Stone's presentation at Politics and Prose.

This event is free to attend with no reservation required. Seating is available on a first come, first served basis.  Please call the Georgetown Village:  202-999-8988.