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Holidays

The Holidays—A Magical Time at the Arts Club of Washington

Decorated trees sparkle in the main gallery and Salon. Evergreens, magnolia, holly, and flowers grace the mantels and stairways. Candlelight reflects from the crystal chandeliers. Throughout December and into the new year, the Arts Club’s Eye Street home— the historic mansion that was President James Monroe’s residence during the “Era of Good Feelings”— takes on a special holiday glow.

Re-create the “Era of Good Feelings” for Your Holiday Affair

Whether you’re planning an intimate holiday luncheon…cocktails and hors d’oeuvres for friends…an office party with full buffet and dancing… a holiday wedding…or a champagne toast to the coming year…whatever your entertaining preference, the Arts Club’s Events Planning staff will work to accommodate you.

You Bring Your Guests— We’ll Do the Rest!

After hosting holiday parties for nearly 200 years, the Arts Club’s Monroe House has a special way of making guests feel welcome and at home. You’ll want to reserve early to be sure you obtain the date you want. Contact the Arts Club Events Planning staff today to discover just how easy it can be to design your most memorable holiday event ever.

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