Wednesday, June 16th
Venturing Out Again: Getting Organized!
with Nicole Anzia, Founder of Neatnik and Freelance Writer, The Washington Post
Nicole Anzia will provide her best advice on how to organize yourself as you move beyond a focus on your house and back into the wider public square again! After graduating from the University of Wisconsin, Nicole moved to Washington in 1995, working in politics and communications for a decade. She organized her current company, Neatnik, in 2007.
Nicole serves as a freelance writer and is published regularly in the Washington Post. Please join us for great advice on your life after the pandemic in DC!
This Georgetown Village program is free and open to the community!
To sign up please contact the GV Office at 202-999-8988 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Monday, June 21st
10:15 am Chat
10:30 am Discussion
by Tana French
Retired detective Cal Hooper moves to a remote village in rural Ireland. His plans are to fix up the dilapidated cottage he's bought, to walk the mountains, to put his old police instincts to bed forever.
Then a local boy appeals to him for help. His brother is missing, and no one in the village, least of all the police, seems to care. And once again, Cal feels that restless itch. Something is wrong in this community, and he must find out what, even if it brings trouble to his door
We hope to see you there! Join us to share your thoughts and opinions.
Dinner & Georgetown Glow Walking Tour
Thursday, June 24th @ 6pm
Please join us for dinner at the Iconic Martin's Tavern at 6 pm on their patio, followed by a one-hour Georgetown Glow walking tour. We will make the dinner reservations and arrange for the tour. Click here for more information about Georgetown Glow.
Please contact the GV office at 202-999-8988 to reserve your spot.
We look forward to seeing you in the real world rather than the online one!
Thursday, July 15th
“Celebrating Women Artists”
with Dr. Virginia Treanor
Join us as Dr. Treanor, associate curator at the National Museum of Women in the Arts, will discuss the history of women artists as well as the continued need for a museum dedicated to championing gender equity in the arts.
A native Washingtonian, Dr. Treanor holds a Ph.D. in seventeenth-century Dutch and Flemish art, which she earned at the University of Maryland under the direction of Arthur K. Wheelock, Jr., former curator of Dutch and Flemish painting at the National Gallery of Art. Treanor also holds a Masters degree in art history from American University and has worked at the Smithsonian American Art Museum and the National Gallery of Art, among other institutions. Treanor joined NMWA in 2012 and has worked on a number of exhibitions covering a wide array of time periods, subjects and media.