The streets of Georgetown were full of trick-or-treaters last night.
Georgetown experienced a different kind of storm last night: Children, families and adults flooded the streets of Georgetown less than 48 hours after Hurricane Sandy in pursuit of Halloween candy, the best costume and a fun evening.
Here is a list of where to and where not to park your car in Georgetown for Halloween 2012.
Are you ready to head out after Hurricane Sandy and go out for a Halloween dinner or take your children trick-or-treating in Georgetown? How to Get There: If you are not a Georgetown resident or an employee of a local business, the best way to get to the neighborhood for Halloween festivities is public transportation, advises the District Department of Transportation. "Please note, although there are no plans at this time to close major roads including M Street and Wisconsin Avenue, participants are strongly encouraged to take public transportation to avoid delays," explained DDOT in a press release. Where to Park: You can park in two Parking Management, Inc. parking garages on M Street in Georgetown for an all-day rate of $5. The garages …
Local restaurants and community groups are celebrating the spooky occasion.
Halloween in Georgetown means kiddie costume parades, specialty themed food and drinks and revelery on M Street. Community Events Entertainment and Dining