Ivy Singles Happy Hour

The Cornell Club of Washington hosts the Ivy Singles Happy Hour Fall Kick-Off on Friday, September 16th.

The Cornell Club of Washington is pleased to host the Ivy Singles Happy Hour Fall Kick-Off!


We invite you to join us at this charming historic landmark, the James Monroe House, just off Pennsylvania Avenue.

When Timothy Caldwell, a wealthy businessman from Philadelphia, decided in 1806 to build “the handsomest house in the Capital City,” little did he dream that it would one day serve as home for President James Monroe, ambassadors foreign and domestic, the nation’s first weatherman, and the city’s oldest club devoted to the arts.

Inspired by London’s Chelsea Arts Club and the National Arts Club in Manhattan, Washington artists created their own club in May 1916 and purchased the Monroe House as its home. With a focus on painting, sculpture, music, and drama, the Arts Club provided a contrast to Washington’s more traditional clubs. It was also the first club in the city to admit women as charter members.

Explore two floors of spacious rooms where monthly exhibits of paintings and photography line the walls

Relax with old friends and meet new ones.   A good selection of appetizers will be served, and happy hour drink prices will be available for the duration of our party at the cash bar.

 

 

Ivy Singles Happy Hour
Friday, September 16, 2016
6:30-8:30 PM

Arts Club of Washington
2017 I Street NW
Washington, DC

Registration: Online at http://www.cornellclubdc.org/event-2081818

Alternatively, you may send a check for $35 by Tuesday, September 15th payable to Cornell Club of Washington to the attention of…

Steve Piekarec
2535 West Meredith Drive
Vienna, Virginia 22181

Please note your school on the check. 
Walk-ins are $45 at the door; (cash or check only please).
RSVP to spiekare@verizon.net even if you're planning to pay at the door.

Questions: Contact Steve Piekarec with the Cornell Club of Washington at spiekare@verizon.net or Charlotte Perry with the Stanford club at CharMPerry@gmail.com