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Fish House Punch

City Tavern 3206 M Street, NW

Join us for a presentation of key artifacts surrounding Christian D'Andrea's discovery of the recipe of Fish House Punch a secret since it was created circa 1732 by members of […]

$25

Book Discussion with Dr. Harlan Ullman The Fifth Horseman and the New MAD: How Massive Attacks of Disruption Became the Looming Existential Danger to a Divided Nation and the World at Large

City Tavern 3206 M Street, NW

If you are worried about America’s future, read this book! In these pages, Dr. Harlan Ullman issues a dramatic warning about the unrecognized existential dangers to the nation threatened by the Fifth Horseman armed with Massive Attacks of Disruption (MAD) and offers a plan of action America must take if it is to remain safe, […]

Free

Enslaved at the Georgetown Hotel

City Tavern 3206 M Street, NW

Yvette LaGonterie uncovered that three generations of her distant relatives were enslaved in the building now known as The City Tavern. The context of African American life in nineteenth century Georgetown is illustrated by the story of the Clarkes and Dyers. Ms. LaGonterie is a family historian, speaker and writer. She now serves on the […]

Free

Seed Swap/Plant Swap – CANCELLED

City Tavern 3206 M Street, NW

Join us for an afternoon on the Terrace with Wild Roots Apothecary -- swap some plants/seeds, sample some botanical delights and be present for the beginning of the Hawthorne Diaries podcast.   2-4p Saturday April 30 at the City Tavern.   Donation of $10 per person to the City Tavern Preservation Foundation -- tickets on […]

$10

Georgetown Rare Book Fair

City Tavern 3206 M Street, NW

The Georgetown Rare Book Fair presented by the City Tavern Preservation Foundation will bring antiquarian booksellers from across the country to Washington DC's City Tavern Club. Join us on Friday […]

Film Preview: Walls of Respect: Norman Parish and the Parish Art Gallery

City Tavern 3206 M Street, NW

A screening of the preview film:  A documentary honoring the life and work of artist Norman Parish Jr. The story of an African American owned gallery in the tony Georgetown neighborhood.  Learn about Parish's impact on artists and the DC culture.

$10