Take Me to the River 2017
- House of Sweden 2900 K Street Northwest Washington, DC, 20007 United States (map)
Celebrate the Potomac with the region's leading clean water advocates!
Join us at the House of Sweden on the Georgetown waterfront for our third annual Take Me to the River celebration.
Proceeds from the event will provide critical funds for community volunteer projects. Your ticket will help plant 500 trees, remove 10,000 lbs. of trash from local shorelines, and engage 1,000 local volunteers!
Plus you’ll get to enjoy amazing views of the Potomac River from the stunning rooftop deck while dining on delicious local food and drink, and savoring the company of fellow Potomac River champions. Jim Dinegar, President & CEO of the Greater Washington Board of Trade, will be the keynote speaker.
Contact Mary Vasse at 301-832-1188 ext. 207 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Thank you to our sponsors!
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