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Social, Cultural, and Educational Programs

Programs

Social, Cultural, and Educational Programs

To help you live life to the fullest, Georgetown Village provides programs and activities to address your diverse interests and abilities. Check our calendar to see what is going on and register for events.  We also send out e-mails and newsletters on a regular basis.

Programs & Activities Include:

Book Group – Meets monthly and discusses contemporary fiction and non-fiction books. Held online during pandemic state of emergency.

Coffee Talk  –  Join Lynn Golub-Rofrano, our Executive Director, every Thursday morning at 10:30 am to socialize and share  your thoughts on any topic of interest to you and group.  These freewheeling conversations have been taking place since our launch, and and have helped to form many close Village friendships. No RSVP is necessary, join us online to share your thoughts.  Held online during pandemic state of emergency.

Cocktails, Conversations, and Community – Join us online for this special programming, designed to make sure our members can make the most of their time at home while enjoying presentations from experts on varied topics from across the country!  We welcome our community neighbors and friends to join us for these programs as a way to thank the community for its ongoing support of Georgetown Village.

Men’s Lunch – Meets monthly on the third Wednesday of the month at a local restaurant to have lunch together and enjoy  conversations and warm friendships.  Paused during pandemic state of emergency.

Docent-Led Outings –  Outings with docent led tours to museums and other places of interest in the Greater Washington DC area.   Paused during pandemic state of emergency.

Stronger Memory – We are very excited to be one of the first 15 Villages around the country to offer our members a new, important program for your brain health! This program, developed by Goodwin House, is called Stronger Memory and has been tested and proven to stimulate the brain’s pre-frontal cortex, which governs our ability to retrieve memories.  Contact the GV office at 202-999-8988 for more information.