Sun, Nov 19, 2023

9 AM – 1 PM EST (GMT-5)

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Join us to help restore and conserve the beautiful Dumbarton Oaks Park. The Dumbarton Oaks Park Conservancy is a non-profit organization established in 2010 that is working to restore one of the United States of America's ten greatest garden landscape designs, the 27-acre Dumbarton Oaks Park (the Park), formerly part of the Dumbarton Oaks estate in Georgetown, Washington, DC.

Everyone is invited to join us at 8:30am for complementary coffee and donuts before the event kicks off at 9am. It will end by 1pm.

Getting there
By car: Dumbarton Oaks does not have parking facilities for visitors. Two-hour street parking is available.
By bus: D.C. Metrobus routes 31, 33, 30N, and 30S, and the Georgetown Circulator, have a stop at Wisconsin Avenue and R Street. Metrobus routes D1, D2, and D3 stop at Q and 31st Streets, and the G2 route stops at P and 31st Streets.
By Metro: The Dupont Circle metro station (red line) and the Foggy Bottom-GWU metro station (blue/orange/silver lines) are closest to Dumbarton Oaks. Visitors may either walk from the stations, or transfer to a Metrobus: D1, D2, D3, D6, and G2 (Dupont Circle), and 31, 33, 30N, 30S, and Georgetown Circulator (Foggy Bottom-GWU).
By bicycle: Dumbarton Oaks offers secure bicycle racks at the entrances to both the museum and gardens. The nearest Capital Bikeshare station is located two blocks from the museum entrance, at Wisconsin Avenue and 34th Street.

What we provide
All necessary tools and supplies including gloves, shovels, trash bags and more.

Bring with you
We recommend you bring a water bottle, snack, hat, bag/backpack, a change of clothes, and sun protection. Wear clothes and shoes you aren't afraid to get wet or muddy and dress according to the weather. We recommend that you do not wear jewelry.
Food Provided (Donuts and coffee)

Hosted By

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Co-hosted with: Georgetown Real Estate Society (GRES)

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