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Networking During the Holidays - Step out of the Office!

12.13.12

Author: Gabrielle Jones

One of the greatest things about having an office in Washington, D.C. is getting the privilege to experience the city’s cultural and networking offerings with your colleagues. During the holiday season it’s great to step outside your office space and take-in the sights and sounds of the season. Here's a list of some of the area’s holiday events that offer a great opportunity to network with clients or spend time with your employees.

The Nutcracker - The Washington Ballet’s interpretation of Webre’s The Nutcracker is playing at the Warner Theatre through December 23rd.

The National Harbor - Take-in Christmas on the Potomac with tons of events at the National Harbor in Maryland. From shopping for gifts and holiday fireworks every Friday, to ICE featuring Shrek the Halls, there’s an event for everyone.

National Cathedral - Holiday events at the National Cathedral range from concerts to religious services.

Symphony of Lights - This event offers an opportunity to be entertained and support a great cause. The proceeds from this spectacular drive-through lights display benefit Howard County General Hospital.

Zoo Lights - With complementary admission, this unique walk-through lights display is a District staple for adults and children alike.

National Christmas tree - Visit Santa, check-out the trees representing each state and territory, or view the National Menorah all adjacent to the White House.

Ice Skating - The National Gallery of Art Sculpture Garden and the Pentagon Row ice rinks are two popular local ice skating destinations.

“A Christmas Carol” - See this classic holiday tale brought to life at the historic Ford’s Theatre.

Consider giving the gift of a special networking opportunity this holiday season by sharing these local highlights with those in your business family.

Topics: Networking

Written by Trey Jones

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