Piscataway Park, located on the shores of the Potomac River in Maryland, is the first park in the nation to be established to protect an historic view: that of George Washington’s Mount Vernon home. Piscataway Park is also the site of the Moyaone Reserve, a community with the most eclectic mix of mid- century modern architecture in the Washington D.C. area. Join mid-century modern enthusiasts around the D.C. area for an exclusive afternoon of exploration and conversation as we offer discoveries about architectural design and historic and environmental conservation.
WHAT: Talk + Tour + Mixer
WHEN: Satruday, Oct. 20, 2018, 1:30—5:30PM
1:30—3:00PM – TALK – Experts discuss the history, setting and architecture of Piscataway Park and explore significant mid-century homes designed by architects Charles Wagner and others.
3:00—4:15PM – TOUR – Tour two mid-century modern homes and learn why their owners love calling Piscataway Park home.
4:15—5:30PM – MIXER – Network and socialize with fellow modern enthusiasts over drinks and hors d’oeuvres while admiring Potomac River views and an historic farmhouse.
WHERE: The Morris And Gwendolyn Cafritz Foundation Environmental Center, 2201 Bryan Point Road, Accokeek, MD 20607
Talk-only: $10/per person. Includes parking and talk only.
Talk + Tour + Mixer: $35/per person* - Includes parking, program book, talk, tour, and mixer.
RSVP and payment: http://bit.ly/exploremodern