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Georgetown House Tour
This year St. John's church is once again hosting the Georgetown House Tour which is marking its 81st anniversary by highlighting historical, interesting, unique and idea-filled homes. The tour will be held on Saturday, April 28th and will once again showcase many of Georgetown's finest historic homes. The tour will also include a not to be missed Parish Tea in Blake Hall at the historic St. John's Church located at 3240 O Street, N.W. You may walk in at any time between 2-5pm to delight in what the house tour volunteers are serving!This year's tour will be lead by co-chairs Stephanie Bothwell, principal of Urban and Landscape Design and renowned Washington interior decorator Frank Babb Randolph. Visit our website at www.georgetownhousetour.com for more information!
|Where||St John's Episcopal Church Georgetown Parish 3240 O St NW, Washington, DC 20007|
|Next on||This event is over.|
|Time||11:00 am–5:00 pm|
|Price||$40 before April 20th $45 after|
More About St John's Episcopal Church Georgetown Parish
St. John's Episcopal Church in Georgetown is across O Street from the Hyde-Addison school. The church sits on a hill, straddling O Street and Potomac Street, and was founded in 1796. Francis Scott Key and Thomas Jefferson were founders.
Today the parish hosts both spiritual and social events. Church members go on monthly "field trips" to places of interest like the Newseum and the Franciscan Monastery. Additional activities include an annual picnic, a Christmas greens sale and a monthly movie night. The church's sign, emblazoned with the expression "all are welcome," exemplifies the attitude of the parish towards its neighboring community.