Support Concerts in the Parks Tomorrow Night

CAG’s annual Concerts in the Park are getting bigger and bigger every year and you definitely should definitely bring your family to them this summer. But before the concerts get here, you can help bring them here by attending a fun fund raiser tomorrow night at the TD bank on Wisconsin. Here are the details:

who robbed the bank?
you and any one of your friends or neighbors in georgetown could be a suspect! join us for an evening of mystery and suspense at our annual concerts in the parks fundraiser. listen to a dj spin your favorite
tunes, enjoy drinks and light bites, but keep your eyes open and your ears to the ground — clues will be all around you. the word on the street is that a heist is going down and you don’t want to be the one
to take the fall while your neighbors make off with the loot! and the suspects may really surprise you…

Join your friends and neighbors and be the one to solve the bank robbery mystery, while supporting CAG’s summer concert series.
saturday, march 3, 2012
TD bank
1611 wisconsin ave, nw
$125 per person
buy your tickets at
w w w . c a g t o w n . o r g / y o u m a y b e a s u s p e c t
or send a check to CAG at 1365 wisconsin ave, nw washington, dc 20007
attire: thomas crown affair chic
tickets are limited…buy yours today!

Should be a great time. GM himself is going to be one of the “suspects” so come on down and see whether he’s a dirty thief!



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5 responses to “Support Concerts in the Parks Tomorrow Night

  1. Let’s hope no one robs the bank……..for real.
    Not sure I agree with this theme for a party……sends a wrong message.

  2. Nemo

    Back in the 1970s, the National Symphony used to perform in Montrose Park at least once every summer season. They would set up a portable “shell” down the slope at the back end of the meadow to reflect the sound toward the audience. People would bring lawn chairs and blankets and picnic before and during the concerts. Beautiful venue, lovely music, medium size audience — very pleasant and civilized. Mais, ou sont les neiges d’antan?

  3. revolvinghigh

    yeah, considering someone was ‘murdered’ a block from the bank, not sure about this ‘theme’

  4. EastGeorgetowner

    Totally agree — when I first got the email from CAG announcing the event, I thought it was an advisory about another crime incident in Georgetown! I think the organizers have a tin ear, in light of the cirme issues in Georgetown right now. There must have been a better idea for a fundraising theme than a bank robbery, which actually occurred recently as the other commenters note. In light of that, a bunch of Georgetowners “playing banks and robbers” does not seem the most sensitive idea and, as noted, only makes people think of the crime problems.

  5. asuka

    Bank robbery? Really? CAG: Completely out of touch once again.

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