The “Spring Days of Design” will take place in Georgetown from Thursday, May 4, through Saturday, May 6, featuring events like new collection launches, trunk shows and design consultations, in addition to special discounts.

Hosting the three-day celebration is the Georgetown Design District, which represents the 30-plus furniture, design and accessory stores of the neighborhood’s Cady Alley area and beyond, according to a release. Participating venues this week include BoConcept, Scavolini, Random Harvest and Circa Lighting, among several others.

Specific events will include a presentation on “Becoming a Savvy Designer” by Richard Anuszkiewicz, a conversation on Denmark’s approach to design and lifestyle, a trunk show from Caryn Cramer Textiles, and a screening of “Minimalism: A Documentary About the Important Things.”

A full calendar and listing of participating venues is available at georgetowndc.com/georgetowndesigndistrict.