Julie Hart

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Julie is a proud born and bred Texan, but has called DC home since 2001. She studied at the University of Texas and then moved to DC to get her MPA at the George Washington University. Julie worked for ten years for a Member of Congress, where she loved working to impact public policy. In 2013, her world turned inside out when she gave birth to twins and decided to become a stay-at-home mom. Currently Julie lives in the H Street Corridor with her husband, two kids, and their increasingly grouchy senior dog, Presley. Yes, please: movie dates with her husband, trying new restaurants, exploring DC with her kids, last minute road trips, being outdoors, festivals (of any kind), girls’ night out, and a rainy day with “Pride and Prejudice.” No, thank you: hot and humid summers, mistreating animals, Legos (ouch!), public speaking, laundry, raw fish

January Guide to Family-Friendly Reopenings

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Health and safety concerns in our communities have caused many typical family-friendly events and activities to be canceled or closed. This month, we have compiled a list of family-friendly places that are open in...

Nonprofit Giving Guide for the Holidays

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This is the time of year when many of us look for ways to make a positive impact on communities. We'd like to help bring a little more brightness to the lives of strangers....

November Guide to Family-Friendly Reopenings

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Health and safety concerns in our communities have caused most typical family-friendly events and activities to be canceled or significantly changed. The DC area is reopening, giving families more ways to spend time together....

19 Best Holiday Toys and Gifts Ideas for 8 Year Old Girls and Boys...

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Since our normal routines were upended in March, many families have been spending A LOT of time at home together. In our home, my twins have grown tired of their toy supply and we...

September Guide to Family-Friendly Reopenings

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Health and safety concerns in our communities have caused most typical family-friendly events and activities to be cancelled or significantly changed. The DC area is reopening slowly, giving families more ways to spend time...

August Family-Friendly Activities Guide

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This summer has looked different than any other summer in our lives. Health and safety concerns in our communities have caused most typical summer events and family-friendly activities to be cancelled or significantly changed....

March Family-Friendly Events Guide

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There is so much to celebrate in March! Spring is coming, so flowers will are beginning to bloom. This includes the area's illustrious cherry blossoms (their peak bloom will be announced by the National...

February Family-Friendly Events Guide

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We are grateful for Bright Horizons who is sponsoring our February Guide. Learn about what they are up to and how you can join them! There’s so much happening at Bright Horizons Early Education and...

January Family-Friendly Events Guide 2020

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Goodbye 2019...and hello 2020! The new year brings renewed hope and a fresh start. Unfortunately, it also brings fewer outdoor public events to entertain the family. But never fear, we have found some fun...

December Family-Friendly Events Guide

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December is here, and with it comes a multitude of opportunities for family fun. In addition to the events compiled here, please check out our Christmas Tree Lighting Guide. As you enjoy the lights, markets,...

Navy Yard DC Neighborhood Guide

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We are grateful for the sponsor of this guide: Kelly Kelley with Compass Real Estate. Kelly Kelley is an expert for this area. Please be sure to check out thorough details about her practice below. We are...

November Family-Friendly Events Guide

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November is a time to celebrate the peak of fall and all the good things that the holiday season brings, including precious time with your family. If you are looking for fun things to...

Complete Guide to Halloween Events 2019

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Halloween is no longer confined to a single day of celebration. If you have the inclination, you could easily stretch out your love of all things spooky for the whole month of October. We...

A Guide to July 4th in Washington, DC

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The 4th of July is such a fun holiday, especially here in our nation’s capital. There are countless ways to celebrate America’s 243rd birthday in our greater DC community. We have pulled together a...