|Fri 6/4||Moonlight Hike on the Mall|
|Thur 6/10||Canoe Lessons & Picnic|
|Sat 6/12||Ivy Singles – The Anderson
|Sat 6/12||Orioles vs. Giants Game|
|Sun 6/13||Alumni Board BBQ/Potluck|
|Fri 6/18||Ivy Singles – Georgetown
|Sat 6/19||Seneca Creek Cleanup|
|Sun 6/20||DC Stanford Book Club|
|Thur 6/24||Baltimore Book Club Meeting|
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Join WDCSA for an easy Moonlit Hike on the Mall. Explore the
beauty of DC’s Mall and monuments by an almost-full moon. Meet 8
at parking lot by Washington Monument off Constitution Ave. This
lot is not available for parking at this time, but you can park
on Constitution Ave. NW near "16th" street. Nearest
METRO is Federal Triangle. Bring water. Kids who can walk 3.5
– 7 miles on relatively level terrain are most welcome. Leader:
Jim Finucane, 301/365-3485 before 9pm.
Canoe Lessons & Picnic
Thursday, June 10 6:30 – 8:00 PM
Location: Swain’s Lock, C & O Canal, Potomac, MD,
Swain’s Lock is 5.5 miles out River Road
from the beltway. The class covers canoeing at all levels – on
a particularly beautiful stretch of the canal. "Communal
picnic" (bring stuff to share) follows – – kids welcome.
Cost for canoe, paddle, life jacket, and lessons is $2/person.
For additional information, call Jim Finucane 301/365-3485 before
Saturday, June 12 12:00 – 3:00PM,
**Rescheduled from April**
Location: The Anderson House,
2118 Massachusetts Avenue, NW
Cost: $5 (tour only)
Hosted by the Harvard Club of Wash., DC.
Come tour the magnificent home of Larz (Harvard class of 1888)
and Isabel Anderson with Education Coordinator Dr. Caren Pauley.
Anderson House is a mansion built in the Late Renaissance Revival
style between 1902 and 1905 as Larz and Isabel’s summer home
by the architectural firm of Little and Browne of Boston and
is widely regarded as their best work. Isabel was considered
the wealthiest woman in the country when she financed the construction.
Enjoy lunch together afterward at Mimi’s American Bistro (not
included in event fee) just around the corner from Anderson House
at 2120 P Street NW. American cuisine with a Mediterranean touch.
Tables are of various sizes – one check per table
Reservations: Must reserve by June 11. No Walk-ins! Registration,
directions, and additional info at www.ivysinglesdc.com or call
We have 20 tickets for the Baltimore Orioles v. San Francisco
Giants. Tickets are $22 ($5 off the standard price).
to WDCSA to Tom Hwang, 5647 Columbia Rd. Apt. 304, Columbia,
MD 21044 and tell us if you would like to carpool. Questions?
Contact Tom at 410-884-3533 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
On game day, call 800-960-9696 (cell). As a pregame activity
wish to visit Ft. McHenry, the Inner Harbor, or Baltimore’s
National Aquarium. The tickets are in section 74, rows UU, VV,
WW which are similar but not quite as good as previous years.
Directions: Take the BW Parkway to Baltimore. This will turn into
Russell St. and end at the stadium. A quicker, but more complicated
route is to take I-95 to Baltimore, exit on I-395 to downtown,
exit on Martin Luther King Blvd. Take MLK and make a right turn
on Pratt St.
2004-2005 WDCSA Co-Presidents Garry
Tyran and Risa Shimoda would like to invite everyone to a potluck
BBQ at the home of Charles
Hokanson to kick off the summer.
1. Who is presently on the Washington, DC Stanford Alumni Association
2. Who has been interested in organizing or assisting with events
for 2004 – 2005, but is unsure as to how to get involved
3. Who has volunteered for Stanford events and wants to remain
Why? This is an informal event for everyone to meet other board
members and prospective members and build on the terrific momentum
we’ve established during 2003-4. Your attendance will help us
get an idea of who will be helping us lead the WDCSA efforts
this next season.
Where? 3000 Spout Run Parkway #B-605 (Cardinal House Condominium)
Arlington, VA 22201, Cell Phone of Charles Hokanson: 202-285-1023.
Cardinal House is located at the intersection of Lee Highway
and Spout Run Parkway in North Arlington.
Please RSVP to Charles Hokanson via e-mail (email@example.com),
and the week before the BBQ/Potluck he will e-mail those that
are coming to see what they might be able to bring. Also, Charles
has a limited number of pool passes – let him know if you’re
interested in jumping in!
Guest parking is the first row of parking nearest the street.
Guests arriving after 1:30 pm should call either Charles Hokanson
at 202-285-1023 or Risa Shimoda 301-502-6548 so someone can let
them in and show them to the pool area on the 4th floor.
Location: The Georgetown Club,
1530 Wisconsin Ave. NW
Cost: $25, $30 walk-in,
Light hors d’Oeuvres and Cash Bar
8:30 PM to ???
The Bryn Mawr Lantern Bookstore,
3241 P St. NW,
Cookies and Tea
Hosted by Bryn Mawr Club of Wash., DC
Join us for the most educational and elegant of our Happy Hours
where you get two for the price of one! First, have a drink and
nosh at the Georgetown Club, which has a strict jacket and tie
policy. Then, for "dessert", walk around the corner
to the informality of a used bookstore and browse thru some treasures.
Over the past four years this has been one of our best attended
events with people mingling well into the evening!
Reservations, Directions and Additional Information at www.ivysinglesdc.com or call Debby Prigal at 202-265-3145.
Join volunteers from environmental organizations and others
to clean up Seneca Creek from Seneca Creek State Park (near Montgomery
Village) to the mouth
of the Seneca Creek – where it empties into the Potomac River.
We will cut out major logs, take out smaller branches, and de-trash
this beautiful nearby creek (full of wildlife) to make it canoe-accessible
over this stretch. A picnic celebration will follow. Leader:
Jim Finucane 301/365-3485 before 9pm.
Washington Stanford Book Club
Sunday, June 20 6 – 8 PM
Book: A Primate’s Memoir: A Neuroscientist’s Unconventional Life
Among the Baboons, by Robert M. Sapolsky
Sunday July 11, 2004, 6 PM, Location TBA:
Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance: An Inquiry into Values
by Robert Pirsig
For more information on this meeting and upcoming events, join
the club’s Yahoo!groups website and listserve at http://groups.yahoo.com/group/wdcsabooks
Please contact Carina Uraiqat at firstname.lastname@example.org
Baltimore Stanford Book Club
Thursday, June 24 7 PM
Location: Sarah Clever’s House
Book: Midnight in Sicily, by Peter Robb
Snacks will be available.
This is a fascinating book which passionately details the mafia’s
impact on individuals and ways of life in Italy. Hope you enjoy
this good non-fiction summer potboiler.
Please be in touch with Sarah Clever, ’91, for additional info
on the discussion and directions. 410-685-7558 or email@example.com
The WDCSA has 6 box seats in Aisle 36,
Section 3 to all sessions of the tournament at 16th & Kennedy,
NW. This year our seats are at the end of the court rather than
on the side.
The prices shown below are about 25% lower than single box
seats and there is no service charge. Additionally, we will
get two onsite parking passes per session – we will allocate
by lottery if more than 1 person purchases the 6 tickets
for that session.
Sat., August 14, 11 a.m. $15 (qualifying)
Sun., August 15, 11 a.m., $15 (qualifying)
Monday, August 16, 4 p.m. $26
Tuesday, August 17, 4 p.m. $30
Thur, August 19, 4 p.m. $38 (3 seats remain)
Friday, August 20, 1 p.m. $41 (2 seats)
Friday, August 20, 7 p.m. $41 (2 seats)
Saturday, August 21, 1 p.m. $41 (semifinals)
Please email Bill Pegram at firstname.lastname@example.org
indicating the number of tickets desired and the session. Bill
will give you seat availability and ask you to send in a check,
payable to WDCSA, to him at 815 South 18th St., #400, Arlington,
VA 22202. You may buy as many seats or sessions as you like.
Tickets will be mailed in late July.
WDCSA Opera Lovers voted and selected three Operas from the New
Season. We have only 8 tickets per seating category. We also
have a special offer: buy your tickets before September 1st and
avoid the $1.50 surcharge AND you may purchase an additional
opera or two provided all tickets are purchsed before September
1 (the September performances must be ordered before August 1).
The WDCSA ‘Season’:
November 8, 2004 – Il Trovatore (Verdi)
April 4, 2005 – Magic Flute (Mozart)
May 16, 2006 – Tosca (Puccini)
All performances are Monday evenings, 7PM, Kennedy Center,
Prime Orchestra – $140 per ticket
Second Tier – $68 per ticket
(Purchases after 9/1/04 add $1.50 per ticket)
For those taking advantage of the special offer, the optional
Andrea Chenier – 9/20/04
Billy Budd – 9/27/04 with Samuel Ramey
Luisa Fernanda – 11/15/04 w/ Placido Domingo
The Maid of Orleans – 4/11/05
Samson and Delila – 5/23/05
To order: Send your check for the requisite amount to Claire
WDCSA Opera c/o Taplett
6620 North 32nd Street
Arlington, VA 22213-1608
Please state seating preference with order. You can email
Claire at email@example.com but, remember tickets are sold
in the order the payments are received.