Upcoming events

    • 26 Apr 2014
    • 7:30 AM - 7:00 PM
    • Old Rag Mountain, Sperryville, VA
    Rain date for Old Rag Hike scheduled for April 12th - Only if 4/12 hike is cancelled.

    Alumni and Cornell in Washington students will climb Old Rag Mountain, near Sperryville, VA, for the 57th time in our semiannual trek into the Blue Ridge.  This is one of the Washington area's most popular excursions, and we expect a large turnout (25-40 people) each time we go.

    The first 1/3 of the strenuous, 9-mile hike (summit 3268 ft.; elevation gain 2300 ft.) is on an uphill trail through the trees, while the upper part is open and rocky. Bring lunch and water in a day-pack, and be sure to wear a hat and sturdy shoes. The total time needed for climbing, enjoying the view, eating, and descending is about 6 hours. We usually get back to D.C. around 7:00 pm. The Park Service does not allow more hikers after the parking lot is full. Therefore, a prompt 7:45am start from the Cornell Center is needed for this full-day event.

    Note: this is a very difficult hike; those who have not hiked a trail like Old Rag's are strongly encouraged to e-mail or call Clint Brass, using the contact information below, if you would like to get more information before RSVPing.

    Dress
    : Sports/Outdoor

    Location
    Old Rag Mountain
    Sperryville, VA

    Transportation/Directions
    For those driving from DC, arrive before 7:45am at: Cornell Center 2148 O Street, NW Washington, DC Neighborhood DC  Dupont Circle Metro Dupont Circle (Red) Transportation/Directions Cars will be dispatched starting at 7:45am from the Cornell Center or may drive directly to our rendezvous point in Sperryville, arriving absolutely no later than 9:45am.

    When RSVPing, please indicate if you can give anyone a ride (if so, how many people), if you need a ride, or if you will meet us there. Directions will be available that morning at the Cornell Center or via e-mail in a PDF file.

    Cost/RSVP
    Cost: Pricing has changed since past hikes to a flat $15/vehicle National Park Service fee. Bring your portion of the $15 fee, payable on location before we begin. Please bring cash in small bills. Carpoolers should plan to pay a portion of the vehicle fee and contribution toward gas money (variable amount up to around $10).

    To attend: RSVP by Wednesday, April 9th, to Clint Brass '90, Please provide your name, email address, a telephone number where you can be reached shortly before the hike (in the event of bad weather), and the number of people coming. Friends and family are welcome. In addition, we try to carpool; please indicate if you can give anyone a ride (if so, how many people), if you need a ride, or if you will meet us there.

    Contact

    Clint Brass
    703-216-2035
    ctb14@cornell.edu


    • 26 Apr 2014
    • 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    • Washington Monument Grounds, Washington DC
    It's  time for the 2014 CAN Conference Challenge Tournament in honor of the late Pitt player Shawn Felty.  Please come show your spirit and support if you are able.  This is a chance to play for a good cause and have some fun.  Again, we will emphasize innings for players that have had limited opportunities this year and encourage you to come.

    Each team will play 2 games against teams from other CAN divisions. 

    1:15 - Ceremony
    1:30 - UNC at Cornell
    2:45 - Cornell at Emory

    All the fields are clustered together in the space between the Washington and WWII memorials. 

    Again, participation in these games DO NOT count towards your 5 game qualification for the postseason tournament.

    Dress: Sports/Outdoor

    Location
    Washington Monument Grounds
    17th and Constitution, N.W.
    Washington, DC

    Map/directions: Google Maps, Yahoo! Maps, MapQuest

    Metro
    Smithsonian (Blue/Orange)

    Transportation/Directions

    All the fields are clustered together in the space between the Washington and WWII memorials
    • 27 Apr 2014
    • 8:00 AM - 8:00 PM
    • Antietam National Battlefield, Sharpesburg, MD
    • 13
    Second in our Civil War Battlefield series
     
    To honor the 151th anniversary of the Battle of Antietam, the Cornell and Columbia Clubs of Washington present an all-day guided bus trip to the Antietam National Battlefield.

    Our guide will be Cornell Professor David Silbey, a Cornell alumnus and military historian who has published widely on modern warfare and has long experience walking the Antietam battlefield.

    "On December 1, 1862, Abraham Lincoln wrote an annual message to Congress, a state of the disunion, if you will.  He finished with these words:

    'The fiery trial through which we pass, will light us down, in honor or dishonor, to the latest generation. We say we are for the Union. The world will not forget that we say this. We know how to save the Union. The world knows we do know how to save it. We -- even we here -- hold the power, and bear the responsibility. In giving freedom to the slave, we assure freedom to the free -- honorable alike in what we give, and what we preserve. We shall nobly save, or meanly lose, the last best hope of earth. Other means may succeed; this could not fail. The way is plain, peaceful, generous, just -- a way which, if followed, the world will forever applaud, and God must forever bless.'

    It is hard to imagine that when Lincoln wrote of the 'fiery trial' he did not think of the Battle of Antietam.  Antietam remains the bloodiest single day in American history, worse than Gettysburg or Pearl Harbor, D-Day or 9/11.  But it was also the start of a turn in the war.  From Antietam in 1862 to Gettysburg in 1863, the war was won and lost.  Antietam, as Churchill said about another war, was not the beginning of the end, but the end of the beginning.

    We will go to Sharpsburg, MD to understand why and how the battle was so important, so bloody, and so near-run.  It was Robert E. Lee's greatest battle; it was his worst.  It was George McClellan's biggest failure and also his redemption.  Most importantly, it was the battle for which Abraham Lincoln had been waiting, impatiently.  To find out why, we have to and will walk the battlefield and see the battle as the soldiers and generals saw it.”

    Itinerary:

    1.  Bus to South Mountain Battlefield State Park
    2.  McClellan’s Headquarters, Boonsboro Pike
    3.  The Cornfield and Bloody Lane, north of town.
    4.  Burnside Bridge, south of town.
    5.  Antietam National Cemetery, middle of town.

    David Silbey is a military historian, focusing on modern warfare.  Dr. Silbey's first book, The British Working Class and Enthusiasm for War, 1914-1916 was published by Taylor & Francis in 2005.  His second book, A War of Empire and Frontier: The Philippine-American War, 1899-1902 was published by Hill & Wang in Spring 2007.  His third book, The Boxer Rebellion and the Great Game in China, 1900 was published by Hill & Wang in March 2012.  He received his BA from Cornell and his MA and Ph.D from Duke University.

    Please note:
    • Seats are limited.
    • Tour of battlefield includes riding bus and substantial walking on uneven ground and climbing stairs.
    Locations
    Pickup (Washington) - Westfield Montgomery Mall
    Mall Location Map
    7101 Democracy Blvd  Bethesda, MD 20817
    Parking Map

    Antietam Visitor Center
    5831 Dunker Church Road, Sharpsburg, MD 21782
    Map

    Prices
    ColumbiaDC member - $55
    CCW member - $55
    Non-Member - $65
    Current CIW Student Price (limited number available - invitation only) - $25
    • Tickets are per person
    •  Ticket includes:
      • Roundtrip chartered coach from the DC area.
      • Free all-day parking at pickup site.
      • Complimentary cold drinks and snacks served aboard.
      • Boxed Lunch (vegetarian option available).
    Contact
    Jim Schoonmaker (Cornell)
    js378@cornell.edu

    Kambiz Rahnavardy (Columbia)
    k.rahnavardy@gmail.com
    • 29 Apr 2014
    • 8:00 AM
    • 30 Apr 2014
    • 5:00 PM
    • FHI 360 Headquarters (Globe Conference Center) 1825 Connecticut Ave NW Washington, DC 20009
    ALUMNI - If you're an innovator or support a team of innovators, what would it mean for you to hear (and meet) ...

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    You can -- now. JOIN the WHARTON DC INNOVATION SUMMIT (April 29-30). Enjoy Early Bird Rates and you'll save 200/person ...

    SPECIAL ALUMNI REGISTRATION is HERE -- discounted rates expire soon.
    CONFERENCE TIMING: DAY 1 - Tuesday, April 29th, 2014 at 8:00am; DAY 2 - April 30th.

    The Wharton School Club of DC, supported by leading business and alumni groups (including the Cornell Club and the Princeton Club of Washington), hosts its 2014 Wharton DC Innovation Summit.

    SITE and TIMING: April 29-30, 2014, at the modern FHI 360 Conference Center (Dupont Circle area).  This Summit convenes investors, innovators in industry and government, key policy makers, leading entrepreneurs, academic leaders and others helping the region empower private and public innovation -- and those bolstering US business and job growth here and abroad.

    Learn from a wealth of expert keynotes and featured speakers, among them:

    OPENING KEY
    NOTES and MASTER CLASS by Wharton School Professors --

    --George Day, Co-Director of the Mack Institute for Innovation Management, offers Summit participants his special take on Innovation Prowess: Leadership Strategies for Accelerating Growth.

    --Jerry Wind, Director, SEI Center for Advanced Studies in Management, Academic Director, The Wharton Fellows Program offers a Unique Master Class: Developing and Leading a Creative Organization.

    FEATURED SPEAKERS throughout the 2-DAY SUMMIT

    S. A. Ibrahim Reed Hundt Michael Chasen

    --S. A. Ibrahim, Radian Group (NYSE: RDN) CEO
    --Reed Hundt, CEO, Coalition for Green Capital + former FCC Chairman
    --Dr. Partho P. Sengupta, Mount Sinai Medical Center, Director, Cardiac Ultrasound Research and Core Lab
    --Closing keynotes by Dr. Jennifer Elisseeff, Johns Hopkins University; Dr. Jeff Geschwind, Johns Hopkins & CEO, PreScience Labs; Susan Dentzer, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
    --Michael Chasen, Founder & former CEO, Blackboard; Founder & CEO, Social Radar

    With 40 sessions to choose from, you'll hear + meet 100+ speakers, all leaders in public and private sectors. And you'll enjoy 2 receptions, numerous networking breakouts plus interactive sessions that help you connect and communicate with fellow attendees during the conference and beyond.

    CLICK HERE to glance at the SCHEDULE and the SESSION synopses. NOTE: There is strong early interest, and we expect to reach capacity (450) early.

    REGISTER NOW and reserve a spot -- while space remains available)! Alumni may enjoy the DISCOUNTED PARTNER RATE at THE PAGE IMMEDIATELY BELOW.
    ALUMNI - REGISTER HERE -- Take advantage of the (Alumni) partner DISCOUNTED RATE.

    The Summit goal: To identify and address the factors driving a vibrant culture of innovation -- throughout the US and across its industries.  How do innovators, investors, business and government leaders use regional, national (even global) resources to accelerate and sustain innovation and growth?

    Register and join -- to learn from the many regional and national success stories.

    The conference takes advantage of the Washington region's unique resources that help innovators connect to many national and global markets.  How can these resources enable innovators to improve the odds of turning a brilliant idea into a sustainable business?

    The SUMMIT ADDRESSES these Key Questions:
    --Innovation: Which factors generate a culture of innovation? How do we measure results?
    --Hurdles: What prevents promising businesses from reaching their goals?
    --Leadership: How can regional/national leaders do to sustain business innovation – in the workforce, education, finance, physical and cultural environment?
    --Global Trends: How does rapid growth of cities create opportunities for innovative solutions?

    With multiple daily tracks, you get opportunities to hear the answers -- as you join many daily sessions and workshops reflecting a range of broad and specialized topics.

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    • 01 May 2014
    • 5:30 PM - 10:00 PM
    • The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts 2700 F Street, NW Concert Hall Washington, DC
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    A NIGHT AT THE WASHINGTON NATIONAL OPERA

    Presented by the Cornell University Gay and Lesbian Alumni Association (CUGALA)

    5:30pm – 6:45pm (Reception), Kennedy Center Opera Tier Lounge;

    7:00pm – 8:30pm (Rehearsal).  Opera House.


    Join us for an exclusive evening at the Kennedy Center, consisting of a wine and cheese reception followed by a full-orchestra rehearsal of Mozart’s last opera,
    The Magic Flute, conducted by Philippe Auguin.  The Washington National Opera’s Artistic Director Francesca Zambello and Executive Director Michael Mael will join us during the reception to answer our questions about opera, discuss the WNO’s production of The Magic Flute, and talk about next year’s exciting season.

    Following the reception, ushers will escort us to box seats to view the rehearsal.  This is the final event before the sold-out dress rehearsal, and is being made available only to our group through a special collaboration with the Washington National Opera.  Sign up early!

    DRESS CODE:  Smart casual.

    COST: $50.00 per person

    RSVP:   Required.  Please register early as we can only accept a maximum of 60 people for this event.  Registration will close by 3:00 pm on Monday, April 28, 2014, if not sold out sooner.

    Presented by CUGALA

    Co-sponsored by the Cornell Club of Washington (CCW), Harvard GSC and Princeton BTGALA

    E-mail Emanuel Tsourounis II at et29@cornell.edu or Alex Aleman at aja25@cornell.edu  with questions.



    Metro
    Foggy Bottom-GWU (Blue/Orange) -  free shuttle bus between the metro and Kennedy Center is available.

    • 03 May 2014
    • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    • Great Meadows Race Course, 5089 Old Tavern Road, The Plains, Virginia

    The 16th Annual University Row at the Virginia Gold Cup Steeplechase

    Will you be there?

    Are you ready to dress your best, head out to the race tracks, enjoy the spring sun and be part of a grand social gathering steeped in tradition and fun? The MIT tent will host alumni from the Ivy League, Seven Sisters, Stanford, Chicago, Johns Hopkins, Amherst, and Williams.

    The 2014 University Row will be celebrating its 16th season and remains the place to see and be seen. This year’s University Row will host 10 tents and alumni from over 90 local chapters, totaling over 1,000 guests, making it one of the largest inter-alumni social events in the Mid-Atlantic region. University Row is where DC’s finest watch the races… and where they mingle with fetching women in sundresses and dapper men in pastels. This year’s Row will build upon last year, with our expanded space across from Members Hill, along with new transportation and catering partners.

    The Washington Post recognized the Row as “the primary social area” along the North Rail. We’ve continued to set new records in a number of categories, including sponsorship, alumni group recruitment, press coverage, and sales. Historically, we sell out within weeks of the race.

    All tickets to University Row provide access to our exclusive tent area, our quality buffet, an open bar with premium liquor, beer, and wine selections, and of course, the races themselves. Most tickets also include luxury transportation to and from the Row. Since we treat all our guests like VIP’s, University Row provides the best value at the Virginia Gold Cup!

    Admission to University Row Includes:
    - Admission to Gold Cup, one of the most attended horse races on the East Coast 
    - a commemorative cup and race day program
    - Open bar, including premium liquor, beer, and wine selections plus waters, sodas and juices
    - Appetizers, Main Fare, and Afternoon meals
    - Perks from our sponsors
    - Activities between races (including but not limited to onsite games, best dressed competition, best tent decorations, and group photos for alumni chapters)
    - Private betting tent 

    Ticket Descriptions:
    Admission + Transportation (Ballston): $132

    Access to University Row's private tent area and round-trip bus transportation from Rock Bottom at the Ballston Common Mall, located at 4238 Wilson Boulevard in Arlington, VA on the Orange Line Metro. Check-in begins at 7:30am, buses leave from 10:00am to 11:00am. Buses depart Great Meadow from 4:30pm to 5:30pm to return.

    Admission + Transportation (Fairfax): $132
    Access to University Row's private tent area and round-trip bus transportation from Primetime Sports Bar and Grille at the Fairfax Court Shopping Center, located at 11250 James Swart Circle in Fairfax, VA. Check-in begins at 9:00am, bus leaves at 10:30am. Bus departs Great Meadow at 5:30pm to return.

    Tent-Only Admission (does not include transportation): $100
    If you are planning to drive, a valid race day Parking Pass will be required for entry on to the grounds. Directions to the event will be printed on your parking pass. 

    Parking Pass: $70 Allows vehicle access with up to five passengers on Gold Cup's grounds.

    If you have questions, would like to volunteer, or are interested in marketing opportunities for your business, please contact greg@universityrow.org.

    Click this link to purchase tickets


    More information can be found at
    http://universityrow.org/ and
    http://www.vagoldcup.com/new/virginia/.

    Look forward to seeing you there!
    • 03 May 2014
    • 9:30 AM - 4:30 PM
    • 11900 Market Street, Reston, VA
    • 5

    Join local Cornell alumni in helping area dogs that need homes!

     

    Location: Pet Fiesta, Reston Town Center

    11900 Market St

    Reston, VA 20190

     

    Directions: From 495 or 66, take the Dulles Toll Road (267) west to Reston Pkwy (exit 12). Turn right on Reston Parkway. At the third light, turn left onto New Dominion Pkwy.

    Metro: This event is not Metro Accessible.

     

    Description: We need 6-8 volunteers to help handle an array of cute, cuddly, and friendly dogs in support of the Homeward Trail’s adoption event at the Reston Town Center Pet Fiesta, in Reston, Virginia. Join us afterward for festivities! Given the popularity of our pet events, the Cornell Club of Washington is adding a partnership with Homeward Trails to find homes for unloved and abandoned dogs, or those facing euthanasia from other overcrowded shelters.

    Volunteers will be assigned a dog for either the morning or the afternoon shift, and will be responsible for walking the dog around the store, introducing him or her to prospective adopters, answering questions, and helping with the adoption process.  Prior experience with dogs is a plus. Please note that while this event is family-friendly, there is a minimum age of 14 to participate.

    http://www.petfiesta.org/

    *Special Requirements:* This event is part of a multi-group event, and there are two shifts available: 9:30am-1pm or 1pm-4:30pm. All volunteers must contact Homeward Trails’ event coordinator Jolynne Flores (heydelray@yahoo.com) to provide the following information: shift choice (or whether you are willing to do either shift), contact information, dog experience, and what city you will come from (for car pools or possible pet pickup).

    CCW Contact: Phil Bradley at philp.h.bradley@gmail.com

    • 03 May 2014
    • 12:00 PM - 4:00 PM (EDT)
    • Ohio Drive, Field 6 Washington DC

    Cornell plays Tulane and Central Florida in games 3 and 4 of the Capital Alumni Network (CAN) league.

    Schedule

    12:15 - Central Florida

    1:145 - Tulane

    Dress: Sports/Outdoor

    Location
    Ohio Drive field 6 (near the Franklin Roosevelt Memorial on Ohio Drive).

    Contact
    Steve Piekarec
    spiekare@verizon.net
    • 10 May 2014
    • 8:00 AM - 8:00 PM
    • Pleasant Valley Golf Course, Chantilly VA
    2014 CAN Golf Tournament, hosted by the 2013 CAN Champions (University of Virginia)


    This year's CAN golf tournament promises to be a fantastic event. Proceeds from this charity event will again benefit the general scholarship fund of the winning schools. The tournament will again be a "Post-Flight" system. Please see below for more details. Sign up now, because in years past we reached capacity before the deadline and we expect to have a full field again this year. 


    General Tournament Information: 

    Location: Pleasant Valley Golf Club Chantilly, VA

    Date/Time: May 10, 2013 – 12:00pm (NOON) Shotgun Start

    Cost: $110/golfer

    Format: Captain’s choice scramble (Everyone’s tee shot must be used at least once) 

    Prizes: 1st place for each tier determined after play, 3 total teams will win money towards their sponsoring school’s scholarship fund.

    Eligibility: 50% alumni rule from sponsoring school, No co-ed requirement

    Tees: Men will hit from the Blue Tees. Ladies and seniors will always hit from the forward tees. 

    Fee includes: greens fee, cart fee, buffet dinner afterwards, non-alcoholic beverages, various donated items, a sleeve of balls with tees.


    There will be assorted raffles and contests (closest to pin, longest drive, etc). 

     First place will win a foursome in the Acura Alumni Team Championship at Pinehurst in the fall.  The foursome that wins will be representing the University of Virginia, since they are this year’s host and the 2013 CAN Champion. 


    See the CAN website for details
    http://dcalum.org/GolfSeason.aspx?m=781 
    • 13 May 2014
    • 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM (EDT)
    • Cornell Center, 1341 22nd St NW, Washington DC
    Monthly Cornell Club of Washington Programming Meeting for event planning.

    Open to all Club members, other Cornellians, or other interested parties.

    If you cannot attend, but have ideas for events, or want to help on other planned events, please email the contact below.

    Cornell Center
    1341 22nd St NW
    Washington, DC
    Map/directions: Google Maps, Yahoo! Maps, MapQuest

    Metro - DuPont Circle

    Contact
    Steve Piekarec
    spiekare@verizon.net


    • 13 May 2014
    • 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
    • Renaissance Washington, DC Downtown Hotel 999 9th Avenue, NW Washington, DC 20001

    Hotelies and Friends of the School,

    Please join the Cornell Hotel Society (CHS) Washington/DC Baltimore Chapter for a reception on the first night of the Bisnow Lodging Investment Summit (BLIS). The reception will be held at the Renaissance Washington DC Downtown Hotel at 999 9th Ave, NW, which is only 1 block from the BLIS event held at the Marriott Marquis.  

    A delicious spread of hors d’oeuvres will be provided and drinks and specialty cocktails will be available for purchase.  This event is open to everyone.  Whether you attended Cornell or are attending the conference, this is sure to be a great opportunity to network and meet some new friends. 

    Event proceeds go towards our scholarship fund which benefits students at the Cornell Hotel School from the greater Washington DC/Baltimore area. 

    We look forward to seeing everyone there!

    Price- $35 + processing fee. If you register at the event, the price will increase to $45, so please purchase your tickets in advance.

    REGISTER

    For more information on BLIS conference, follow this link: http://www.bisnow.com/events/dc/2014/blis/event/blis14new.html

    For more information about the Cornell Hotel Society DC/Baltimore, follow this link: https://www.chscornell.com/chapters/DCBaltimore/ 

    If you are interested in being a sponsor at the event please contact chswashingtondc@gmail.com for more information.

    • 13 May 2014
    • 7:30 PM - 9:00 PM (EDT)
    • Cornell Center, 1341 22nd St NW, Washington DC
    Monthly Cornell Club of Washington planning meeting for officers and board members, open to all Club members or other interested parties.

    Cornell Center
    1341 22nd St NW
    Washington, DC
    Map/directions: Google Maps, Yahoo! Maps, MapQuest

    Metro - DuPont Circle

    Contact
    A'ndrea VanSchoick
    alv1@cornell.edu


    • 14 May 2014
    • 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
    • Teaism at Penn Quarter (lower level) 400 8th St NW, Washington, DC 20004 (
    • 15
    Successful Salary Negotiation Techniques and Mindsets
    Capped number of people: 30

    Want to increase your income by improving your salary negotiation skills?

    This presentation will help you brush up on effective negotiation techniques.  It will also pull back the curtain on what may be causing you to feel uncomfortable or intimidated about asking for more money.

    By attending this presentation you will:
    • improve your negotiation knowledge base,
    • increase your confidence in your ability to handle your next salary negotiation, and
    • overcome any money blocks that may be holding you back.
    Come out for this fun, informative, and interactive presentation to get your negotiation skills and mindset ready for your next salary conversation.

    Speaker Bio

    Alison Elissa Cardy is a professional career coach who specializes in helping men and women around the world figure out their career direction. Over the past five years she has worked with hundreds of people to improve their careers through speaking engagements, workshops, and one on one coaching.  Alison’s work has been featured on Monster, Forbes, LearnVest, The Huffington Post, and the Chicago Tribune.  She was trained and certified by Martha Beck, Harvard PhD and columnist for O, The Oprah Magazine, and is a graduate of the University of Maryland’s Smith School of Business.  Her website is www.alisonelissa.com.

    Schedule - 6:30-7:00 Networking
    7:00-8:00 Presentation
    8:00-8:30 Networking

    Cost: Free

    Food: Attendees can procure food or beverages on an individual basis on the main level of Teaism.  There is no minimum purchase required, but the venue asks that all attendees get something.

    Directions/Metro/Parking

    400 8th St NW, Washington, DC 20004 (on the corner of 8th and D)

    Metro info: The closest stop is Archives-Navy Memorial-Penn Quarter.  Teaism Penn Quarter is about half a mile from Gallery Place-Chinatown, Federal Triangle, and Judiciary Square metro stations.

    Parking info: There are several nearby parking garages.

    Contact: Alison Elissa Cardy
    coach@alisonelissa.com
    • 17 May 2014
    • 8:00 AM
    • 18 May 2014
    • 5:00 PM
    • Gangplank Marina, 700 Water Street, SW Washington, DC 20024

    The Dartmouth Club of DC and the Cornell Club of DC are proud to be the co-sponsors for this year's All Ivy DC Alumni team. The Washington DC Dragon Boat Festival, now in its 14th year, is a two day festival held along the Potomac River complete with cultural exhibitions, craft demonstrations, and of course... dragon boat racing.

    There is no refund for payment.  If you have any questions, please contact Betty Lee blsil@hotmail.com & Tisha Jepson tishajf@gmail.com.

    REGISTER

    There are 3 practices in April during the weekendsfor 1 hr sessions. Everyone is encouraged to attend all the practices at the DC Dragon Boat Club.

    Our Practice schedule is the following -

    April, 12th 12:00 to 1:30
    April 27th, 10:30 to 12:00
    May 10th, 12 to 1:30

    Nearest Metro: Waterfront (Green line), L'Enfant Plaza (Green and Yellow Line), the DC Circulator, and limited parking is available.

    We have one boat registered and will be fielding a team of 25 (including 20 paddlers, one drummer, and four alternates). (please express interest ASAP as registration closes quickly for this event!) The weekend of the races we will organize a picnic in our team's staging area.

    Have questions about All Ivy DC Alumni Dragon Boat Team? Contact Dartmouth Club of Washington, DC
    • 17 May 2014
    • 4:00 PM - 7:30 PM
    • Nationals Park, 1500 South Capitol Street, S.E., Washington, DC
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    Join CCW as the Nationals play a division opponent, the NY Mets. 

    Come join other Cornellians in a great night at the ballpark.

    Tickets: Scoreboard Pavilion $25 members, $30 non-members

    Outfield Reserve $30 members, $35 non-members

    Map/directions: Google Maps, Yahoo! Maps, MapQuest

    Questions:

    Steve Piekarec, spiekare@verizon.net

    Nationals Website:  http://washington.nationals.mlb.com/index.jsp?c_id=was


    • 18 May 2014
    • 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM (EDT)
    • Mount Vernon - 3200 Mount Vernon Memorial Highway, Mount Vernon, Virginia
    • 21

    Join CCW and other Ivy Clubs at Mount Vernon for Mount Vernon's rain-or-shine fall celebration of the history of the Virginia wine industry on the east lawn overlooking the Potomac River.

    Mount Vernon’s Spring Wine Festival & Sunset Tour celebrates the history of wine in Virginia with candlelit tours of the Mansion, including the rarely-open basement where Washington stored his wine, and live jazz on the east lawn overlooking the scenic Potomac River. 

    Guests sample wines from 16 Virginia wineries, learn about the successes and failures of our Founding Father’s wine endeavors, and meet “George and Martha Washington” on the Mansion's piazza. 

    Concessions by the Mount Vernon Inn are available for purchase.

    Dress: Casual


    Neighborhood
    VA · Alexandria

    Cost/RSVP
    Tentative (Check back after April 5)
    CCW member - $40
    Other Ivy clubs member - $40
    non-members - $45

    Sponsored by
    Cornell Club of Washington

    Contact

    Steve Piekarec
    703-281-4311
    spiekare@verizon.net
    • 21 May 2014
    • 6:30 PM - 10:00 PM
    • Maggiano's Little Italy Chevy Chase, 5333 Wisconsin Ave, NW Washington, DC 20015
    • 95
    Cornell Club of Washington Annual Dinner

    Featuring Keynote Speaker Cornell President Emeritus Hunter R. Rawlings III

    Enjoy an excellent meal and conversation with fellow Cornellians at our Annual Dinner. We are honored to be joined by the evening’s keynote speaker, Hunter R. Rawlings III, president of the Association of American Universities and Cornell’s tenth president.

    Hunter Rawlings served as Cornell’s president from 1995 to 2003. During his tenure, he promoted increasing the number of undergraduate applications for admission, lowered the university’s rate of offers of admission, and raised the yield rate on those offers. He also permanently established Cornell’s need-blind admission policy and also launched the Residential Initiative for Cornell’s undergraduates - which resulted in North Campus’s transformation into a living and learning community for freshmen and also revamped West Campus as a hub of residential colleges for upperclassmen.

    During the last two years of his presidency, President Rawlings taught an undergraduate course in the Department of Classics to underscore his emphasis on undergraduate teaching. He also established the Cornell Presidential Research Scholars Program and created a new staff position, the vice provost for undergraduate education.

    At the conclusion of his presidency in 2003, Rawlings was elected president emeritus and began serving as a full-time professor in Cornell’s Departments of Classics and History. He became president of the Association of American Universities on June 1, 2011.

    Prior to being inaugurated as Cornell’s tenth president, Rawlings served as president of the University of Iowa from 1988 to 1995. Before his tenure in Iowa, he spent 18 years at the University of Colorado at Boulder, where he served as faculty member, chairman of the Classics Department, associate vice chancellor for instruction, and then vice president for academic affairs for the University of Colorado system. A native Virginian, Rawlings received his doctorate in classics from Princeton University in 1970 and graduated from Haverford College with honors in classics in 1966.

    During this special evening, CCW President A’ndrea Van Schoick will preside over the club’s annual business meeting, including the annual report, presentation of the Bondareff and Best Program awards, and election of board members.

    The Gabbiano and Francesca rooms at Maggiano’s Little Italy in Friendship Heights, Washington, will serve as our venue. Dinner will include a three-course meal served family style:

    Appetizers and salads- Spinach & Artichoke al Forno, Bruschetta, Caesar salad, and Chopped Apple and Walnut Salad

    Entrees – Chicken Saltimbocca, Balsamic-Glazed Salmon, Gnocchi and Italian Sausage, and Rigatoni & Vegetables with Tomato Pesto Broth

    Dessert – Chocolate Zuccotto Cake and New York Style Cheesecake.

    If there are special dietary requirements, please contact Grace Jean.


    Program:

    6:30 pm to 7:30 pm - Cocktails and networking (cash bar)

    7:30 pm to 10:00 pm - Dinner, dessert and program (coffee, tea and soft drinks included)

    Dress: Business

    Metro: Friendship Heights (Red line); exit onto Wisconsin Avenue and walk one block south. Maggiano’s will be on the left side of the street.

    Parking: Garage parking (Chevy Chase Pavilion off Wisconsin Ave) and street parking available.

    Maggiano's is providing valet parking via a third party vendor, Marc Parc, for $10

    Cost/RSVP
    Early Bird - to 5/4/14

    CCW Members - $50
    Non Members -  $60

    Regular - after 5/4/14

    CCW Members - $60
    Non Members -  $70

    Or if paying by check, please email Grace Jean for instructions.

    Contact
    Grace Jean
    gvj1cm@gmail.com


    • 31 May 2014
    • 9:30 AM - 2:00 PM (EDT)
    • Ohio Drive, Field 7 Washington DC

    Cornell plays Syracuse and in games ? and ? of the Capital Alumni Network (CAN) league.

    Dress: Sports/Outdoor

    Location
    Ohio Drive field 6 (near the Franklin Roosevelt Memorial on Ohio Drive).

    Contact
    Steve Piekarec
    spiekare@verizon.net
    • 04 Jun 2014
    • 6:30 PM - 10:00 PM
    • Nationals Park, 1500 South Capitol Street, S.E., Washington, DC
    • 30

    Join CCW as the Nationals play a division opponent, the Philadelphia Phillies. 

    Come join other Cornellians in a great night at the ballpark.

    Tickets: Outfield reserve $24 members, $28 non-members

    Baseline reserve $48 members, $53 non-members

    Dress: Casual
    Map/directions: Google Maps, Yahoo! Maps, MapQuest

    Questions:

    Steve Piekarec, spiekare@verizon.net

    Nationals Website:  http://washington.nationals.mlb.com/index.jsp?c_id=was


    • 05 Jun 2014
    • 8:00 AM
    • 08 Jun 2014
    • 12:00 PM
    • Cornell University, Ithaca NY
    Mark your calendar for Reunion on June 5-8, 2014. Enjoy the camaraderie of old friends and the opportunity to revisit your favorite places and spaces on the Hill.

    Reunion details available on the Cornell Renion webpages.
    http://www.alumni.cornell.edu/reunion/


    • 10 Jun 2014
    • 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM (EDT)
    • Cornell Center, 1341 22nd St NW, Washington DC
    Monthly Cornell Club of Washington Programming Meeting for event planning.

    Open to all Club members, other Cornellians, or other interested parties.

    If you cannot attend, but have ideas for events, or want to help on other planned events, please email the contact below.

    Cornell Center
    1341 22nd St NW
    Washington, DC
    Map/directions: Google Maps, Yahoo! Maps, MapQuest

    Metro - DuPont Circle

    Contact
    Lindsay Schattenstein
    las368@cornell.edu


    • 10 Jun 2014
    • 7:30 PM - 9:00 PM (EDT)
    • Cornell Center, 1341 22nd St NW, Washington DC
    Monthly Cornell Club of Washington planning meeting for officers and board members, open to all Club members or other interested parties.

    Cornell Center
    1341 22nd St NW
    Washington, DC
    Map/directions: Google Maps, Yahoo! Maps, MapQuest

    Metro - DuPont Circle

    Contact
    A'ndrea VanSchoick
    alv1@cornell.edu


    • 11 Jun 2014
    • 7:30 PM - 10:00 PM
    • The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts 2700 F Street, NW Concert Hall Washington, DC
    • 40

    MADE IN AMERICA

    The centerpiece of this concert will be Leonard Bernstein's Mass - A Concert Version, which was created for the 1971 opening of The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. Other sections will include works by master and emerging choral American composers.

    The Choral Arts Society of Washington (Scott Tucker, Music Director)

    The Washington Chorus (Julian Wachner, Music Director)

    Children’s Chorus of Washington (Joan Gregoryk, Music Director)

    Great Noise Ensemble (Armando Bayolo, Music Director)

    This special concert is the opening night concert of the annual conference of Chorus America and a part of the Kennedy Center’s festival: Voices of Our Nation: Celebrating the Choral Tradition.

    Ticket prices

    Orchestra - $33 for Cornell Club of Washington Members and Guests, $40 for non-members

    2nd tier Center -  $24 for Cornell Club of Washington Members and Guests, $30 for non-members.

    Members of other DC Ivy clubs get the same rate as CCW members. 

    Map/directions:
    Google Maps, Yahoo! Maps, MapQuest

    Transportation/Directions

    Metro: Foggy Bottom – GWU (Orange and Blue) free shuttle bus between the metro and Kennedy Center is available.

    Contact:
    Tomoko Morinaga at tm58@cornell.edu to reserve tickets as well as questions. 
    • 14 Jun 2014
    • 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM (EDT)
    • Ohio Drive, Field 6 Washington DC

    Cornell plays Michigan State in game ? of the Capital Alumni Network (CAN) league.

    Dress: Sports/Outdoor

    Location
    Ohio Drive field 6 (near the Franklin Roosevelt Memorial on Ohio Drive).

    Contact
    Steve Piekarec
    spiekare@verizon.net
    • 14 Jun 2014
    • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
    • 3519 Connecticut Avenue, NW, Washington, DC. 20008
    • 24
    Cornell Club of Washington

    Join CCW for a private wine tasting. 
     
    Capped at 24 people

    Since 1987, Peter Weygandt of Weygandt-Metzler Importing has been an importer of top artisanal European wines. He has gained an international reputation for the quality and diversity of his selections. Weygandt Wines in Washington, DC, is the next natural step for Weygandt-Metzler: a retail store dedicated to showcasing Peter’s portfolio, from the most well-known viticultural regions and winemakers to lesser-known appellations as well as up-and-coming producers. It is a place where consumers can come to learn about the portfolio, and occasionally meet the importer and our winemakers.

    The Lineup of Wines: - TBD


    Dress:
    Casual

    Neighborhood:
    Cleveland Park

    Map/Directions
    Weygandt Wines location

    Metro:
    Right across from Cleveland Park (Red Line)

    Cost/RSVP
    Per person
    $22 - members
    $27 - non-members

    Sponsored by
    Cornell Club of Washington

    Contact
    Lindsay Schattenstein, las368@cornell.edu



    • 15 Jun 2014
    • 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
    • Nationals Park, 1500 South Capitol Street, S.E., Washington, DC
    • 25

    Join CCW for a special tour of Nationals Ballpark.  Visit places not accessible to the daily fan.  Come join other Cornellians for a great Sunday afternoon. 

    The Ballpark will be ours as the Nationals are playing on the road that evening.

    The Nationals Park Ballpark Tour is a behind-the-scenes look at Nationals Park. Over the course of an hour and fifteen minutes you will visit:

    • The PNC Diamond Club, the Lexus Presidents Club and the Stars & Stripes Club
    • A luxury Suite
    • The Shirley Povich Media Center
    • The Nationals Dugout
    • The Visiting Team Clubhouse (subject to availability)
    • Throw a pitch in the Nationals Bullpen
    • And many other Nationals Park attractions!

    Both tours will encourage you to participate and include interactive portions:

    • Touch a module of the spectacular five-story HD scoreboard
    • Experience the Nationals indoor batting cages

    *Please keep in mind, the Nationals retain the right to modify the tour at any time due to unexpected events at the ballpark

    Tours embark from the Center Field Gate, at the intersection of Half and N Streets, SE, and will take place rain or shine. The tour does require a lot of walking but is both wheelchair- and stroller- accessible. Please arrive ten minutes early and schedule yourself approximately two hours to be at the park.

    Nationals Park provides accommodations for guests with disabilities. If you require special accommodations in order to participate in the tour, please contact Steve Piekarec

    Tickets: 

    $13 members, $17 non-members

    CCW has 25 tickets for this walking tour

    Dress: Casual

    Map/directions: Google Maps, Yahoo! Maps, MapQuest

    Questions:

    Steve Piekarec, spiekare@verizon.net

    Nationals Website:  http://washington.nationals.mlb.com/index.jsp?c_id=was


    • 19 Jun 2014
    • 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
    • The Somerset, 5600 Wisconsin Av, Chevy Chase, MD, 20815
    Innovation! 

    How Technion and Cornell are joining to create the Innovation Institute on Roosevelt Island in New York. 

    How Technion alumni created Iron Dome, the highly successful solution to a missile defense problem.

    Cost - $20 (in advance, first come, first served)

    Presenters
    The Jacobs Technion-Cornell Innovation Institute presenter

    Carol Epstein is a second-generation Technion supporter who was inspired by her late parents Miriam and Louis Benjamin, who co-founded the Sarasota Technion Chapter.  Active in the ATS since the early 1990s, she has served on the National Board of Directors since 2008, and currently also serves on the Technion International Board of Governors. A Technion Guardian, she was awarded a Technion Honorary Fellowship in 2009 in recognition of her long-standing leadership on both the local and national levels, and in 2012 was awarded ATS’s highest honor, the Einstein Award.  Carol earned her bachelor’s degree from Cornell University, and she is a former president and active life member of the Cornell Club of Washington, a life member of the Cornell University Alumni Council, and a member of the Library Advisory Committee. She started her career as an education writer, publishing books on education. Years later, she embarked on a second career as a lawyer, earning her J.D. from George Washington University Law School in 1984. She worked for the U.S. State Department until retiring in January 2011. 

    Iron Dome presenter
    Lt. Col. Nataly Tavor is the Liaison Officer for the Israel Missile Defense Organization. In this capacity she is in charge of the bilateral relationship between Israel and the US missile defense program. Lt. Col. Tavor previously served as the head of Budget and Control Department within the IMDO Planning, Budget and Control Division, where she was in charge of multiyear budgetary planning and execution of four US - Israeli Cooperative Active Defense programs - AWS (Arrow 2 and Arrow 3 programs), David Sling Weapon System (DSWS) and Iron Dome. In this capacity, she was involved in establishment and execution of Joint Cooperative Program Agreements between the United States (MDA) and Israel (IMDO), including Co-Production agreements.  Lt. Col. Tavor earned a B.A. in Economics and Management from the TECHNION-Israel Institute of Technology, and an M.B.A. from Tel Aviv University.

    • 21 Jun 2014
    • 6:30 PM - 11:30 PM
    • Four Seasons Tennis Club, 3010 Williams Drive, Merrifield, VA 22116
    Ivy/Seven Sister Schools Summer Indoor Tennis 

    Round-Robin Mixed Doubles for all levels and ages

    Organized by the Harvard Club of Washington DC

    ---------------------

    Tennis party policies:

    1.      Advance registration can be made only by mailing this form with a check to the address below, or paying by credit card (no form is necessary) at the Harvard Club Web-site shown below by clicking on the listing in the event calendar. Please bring a copy of paid / conformation.

    2.      All payments must be received by 06/20/2014 to qualify for the advance registration price. There is no registration by fax, email or telephone.  

    3.      Requests for refunds must be received by 3 pm on 06/20/2014.

    4.      Door payment is cash or check only.

    5.      Each attendee is responsible for any damage to the facility, injuries or accidents in connection with this function. .

    6.      All attendees are expected to be cooperative, to refrain from any disruptive activity, and to always follow good sportsmanship and tennis etiquette.

    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Costs:  

    Player - advance registration: $25 per person (check or credit card)

    Player - door admission:   $30 per person (cash or check; no credit card)

    Non-playing guest: $10 per person (any circumstances):

    Registration and Payment methods:

    Checks

    Please make checks payable to: Harvard Club of Washington D.C.

    3220 N Street, NW #295, Washington DC 20007 

    Credit Card Registration and Payment:

    www.harvard-dc.org     

    -------------------------------------
    General Ivy/Seven Sisters Tennis Party information summary:

    1.    This tennis party is for the IVY and Seven Sister schools' alumni and their friends.

    2.    This is not a fundraising event.

    3.    We reserved 8 indoor courts.

    4.    A player can come and leave at any time.

    5.    If you wish to come with your children, minimum age is 12 and their level of play has to be intermediate and up.

    6.    A player does not need to come with a partner to play tennis.

    7.    This is not a competitive tennis event. It is a social fun tennis event.

    8.    We assign each court at a specific playing level (I.e.: Advanced, intermediate and beginner courts). You play with players of similar level.

    9.    Each session is 40 minutes and mixed doubles. Every 40 minutes of play, you come back to the table and sign up again at your appropriate level court.

    10.   We recommend you to play with different players at each session. 

    11.   Alcohol is not permitted at this tennis event.

    12.   Cell phone and food on the court are prohibited. 

    13.   Advanced registration: Please send in a check with a registration form or use website registration with a credit card (without form) in advance

    14.   Door admission: A credit card is not accepted at the door. Please bring a check or cash. It will charge extra $5 for the door admission. 

    15.   Cancellation: Requests for refunds must be received by 3 pm on Friday (prior to the event day on Saturday).

    16.   All attendees are expected to be cooperative, to refrain from any disruptive activity, and to always follow good sportsmanship and tennis etiquette. 

    17.   If you do not mind to carpool from your area to the tennis facility, please let us know.

    18.   We expect about 40 players of all ages and playing levels at the tennis event.

    ----------------------------------

    Reservation Form: Ivy/Seven Sister Schools Summer Indoor Tennis – June 21, 2014

    ____ Players @ $25/person and
    ____ Non-playing Guest @ $10/person
    Total $_____

    NAME __________________________________ (M / F), SCHOOL_______________

    Address______________________________________________________________ Phone________________________ (w), Email:______________________________

    Playing Guest names and their level of play: __________________________________

    Non-Playing Guest names: ________________________________________________
    • 22 Jun 2014
    • 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    • Walnut Grove Farm, 300 Walnut Grove Farm Lane, Centreville, MD

    Phyllis and Bill Eaton '61 cordially invite you to the Cornell event of the summer!

    The 11th Annual Cornell Mid-Atlantic Crab Feast is the perfect summer kick-off for the whole family! Join hundreds of Cornellians for the Maryland crab tradition at the Eaton's idyllic Eastern Shore estate, which boasts one of the oldest houses in Maryland, built in 1683. Bring your favorite dish-to-share, and enjoy summer barbeque fare and lawn games while catching up with fellow alums and friends.

    Dress: Casual

    Sponsored by

    Prices/RSVP

    Check back after May 1, 2014


    Contact
    Kurt Overton
    kurt.m.overton@mssb.co
    • 28 Jun 2014
    • 9:30 AM - 2:00 PM (EDT)
    • Ohio Drive, Field 6 Washington DC

    Cornell plays Richmond in game ? of the Capital Alumni Network (CAN) league

    12:00 - Richmond

    Dress: Sports/Outdoor

    Location
    Ohio Drive field 6 (near the Franklin Roosevelt Memorial on Ohio Drive).

    Contact
    Steve Piekarec
    spiekare@verizon.net
    • 07 Jul 2014
    • 6:30 PM - 10:00 PM
    • Nationals Park, 1500 South Capitol Street, S.E., Washington, DC
    • 50

    Join CCW as the Nationals play the Baltimore Orioles in a Battle of the Beltways (the Wednesday and Thursday games of this 4 game series are in Baltimore)

    Come join other Cornellians in a great night at the ballpark.

    Tickets: Scoreboard Pavilion $25 members, $30 non-members

    Outfield Reserve $30 members, $35 non-members

    Dress: Casual
    Map/directions: Google Maps, Yahoo! Maps, MapQuest

    Questions:

    Steve Piekarec, spiekare@verizon.net

    Nationals Website:  http://washington.nationals.mlb.com/index.jsp?c_id=was


    • 13 Jul 2014
    • 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM
    • Carol Epstein home, Chevy Chase, Maryland
    The annual summer long-range planning meeting for CCW board and other interested persons.

    For details and directions,

    Contact
    A'ndrea VanSchoick
    avsdvm2000@yahoo.com

    • 15 Jul 2014
    • 7:30 PM - 10:00 PM
    • The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts 2700 F Street, NW Concert Hall Washington, DC
    • 37
    Tickets available only to CCW members (and their guests) - 4 tickets per member maximum

    ------------------------------

    The Lion King returns to the Kennedy Center in July and CCW reserved blocks of seats for this special evening.  This event will sell  out.  Get your tickets early.



    Metro
    Foggy Bottom-GWU (Blue/Orange) -  free shuttle bus between the metro and Kennedy Center is available.

    Cost/RSVP

    First Tier Center - $872

    Second Tier Center - $69

    Please contact Tomoko Morinaga at tm58@cornell.edu to reserve tickets as well as questions. 
    • 17 Jul 2014
    • 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
    • TBD Washington DC
    Cocktail networking geared towards young alums, but open to all

    More details after 5/1/14.


    Questions:
    Lindsay Schattenstein
    las368@cornell.edu
    • 03 Aug 2014
    • 12:00 PM - 4:00 PM
    • TBD, Washington DC area location
    Come celebrate all the volunteers who help promote Cornell and bring DC Cornellians together.

    This includes volunteers from the following
    Community Service
    Programming (events)
    Membership
    CCW board members
    CAAANN
    other affiliated DC area Cornell groups
    nearby regional clubs
    and more

    Details available after April 1, 2014

    Questions
    Steve Piekarec
    spiekare@verizon.net
    • 09 Aug 2014
    • 7:00 AM (EDT)
    • 10 Aug 2014
    • 7:30 PM (EDT)
    • NASA Goddard 12050 Beaver Dam Road Laurel, MD

    Cornell is participating in the 17th CAN (Captial Alumni Network) softball tournament at NASA Goddard.  This a 72 team tournament with group play (groups of 4) the first weekend.  Each team plays 3 games and the top 2 teams from each group qualify for the second double weekend   The surviving 32 teams  contend the following weekend for the championship in a single elimination format.

    Dress: Sports/Outdoor

    Location
    NASA Goddard
    12050 Beaver Dam Road
    Laurel, MD

    Contact

    Steve Piekarec
    703-281-4311
    spiekare@verizon.net
    • 16 Aug 2014
    • 7:00 AM (EDT)
    • 17 Aug 2014
    • 7:30 PM (EDT)
    • NASA Goddard 12050 Beaver Dam Road Laurel, MD

    Cornell is participating in the 17th CAN (Captial Alumni Network) softball tournament at NASA Goddard.  This a 72 team tournament with group play (groups of 4) the first weekend.  Each team plays 3 games and the top 2 teams from each group qualify for the second weekend   The surviving 32 teams  contend the following weekend for the championship in a single elimination format.

    Dress: Sports/Outdoor

    Location
    NASA Goddard
    12050 Beaver Dam Road
    Laurel, MD

    Contact

    Steve Piekarec
    703-281-4311
    spiekare@verizon.net
    • 23 Aug 2014
    • 6:30 PM - 11:30 PM
    • Four Seasons Tennis Club, 3010 Williams Drive, Merrifield, VA 22116
    Ivy/Seven Sister Schools Summer Indoor Tennis 

    Round-Robin Mixed Doubles for all levels and ages

    Organized by the Harvard Club of Washington DC

    ---------------------

    Tennis party policies:

    1.      Advance registration can be made only by mailing this form with a check to the address below, or paying by credit card (no form is necessary) at the Harvard Club Web-site shown below by clicking on the listing in the event calendar. Please bring a copy of paid / conformation.

    2.      All payments must be received by 08/22/2014 to qualify for the advance registration price. There is no registration by fax, email or telephone.  

    3.      Requests for refunds must be received by 3 pm on 08/2/2014.

    4.      Door payment is cash or check only.

    5.      Each attendee is responsible for any damage to the facility, injuries or accidents in connection with this function. .

    6.      All attendees are expected to be cooperative, to refrain from any disruptive activity, and to always follow good sportsmanship and tennis etiquette.

    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Costs:  

    Player - advance registration: $25 per person (check or credit card)

    Player - door admission:   $30 per person (cash or check; no credit card)

    Non-playing guest: $10 per person (any circumstances):

    Registration and Payment methods:

    Checks

    Please make checks payable to: Harvard Club of Washington D.C.

    3220 N Street, NW #295, Washington DC 20007 

    Credit Card Registration and Payment:

    www.harvard-dc.org     

    -------------------------------------
    General Ivy/Seven Sisters
    Tennis Party information summary:

    1.    This tennis party is for the IVY and Seven Sister schools' alumni and their friends.

    2.    This is not a fundraising event.

    3.    We reserved 8 indoor courts.

    4.    A player can come and leave at any time.

    5.    If you wish to come with your children, minimum age is 12 and their level of play has to be intermediate and up.

    6.    A player does not need to come with a partner to play tennis.

    7.    This is not a competitive tennis event. It is a social fun tennis event.

    8.    We assign each court at a specific playing level (I.e.: Advanced, intermediate and beginner courts). You play with players of similar level.

    9.    Each session is 40 minutes and mixed doubles. Every 40 minutes of play, you come back to the table and sign up again at your appropriate level court.

    10.   We recommend you to play with different players at each session. 

    11.   Alcohol is not permitted at this tennis event.

    12.   Cell phone and food on the court are prohibited. 

    13.   Advanced registration: Please send in a check with a registration form or use website registration with a credit card (without form) in advance

    14.   Door admission: A credit card is not accepted at the door. Please bring a check or cash. It will charge extra $5 for the door admission. 

    15.   Cancellation: Requests for refunds must be received by 3 pm on Friday (prior to the event day on Saturday).

    16.   All attendees are expected to be cooperative, to refrain from any disruptive activity, and to always follow good sportsmanship and tennis etiquette. 

    17.   If you do not mind to carpool from your area to the tennis facility, please let us know.

    18.   We expect about 40 players of all ages and playing levels at the tennis event.

    ----------------------------------

    Reservation Form: Ivy/Seven Sister Schools Summer Indoor Tennis – August 23, 2014

    ____ Players @ $25/person and
    ____ Non-playing Guest @ $10/person
    Total $_____

    NAME __________________________________ (M / F), SCHOOL_______________

    Address______________________________________________________________ Phone________________________ (w), Email:______________________________

    Playing Guest names and their level of play: __________________________________

    Non-Playing Guest names: ________________________________________________
    • 20 Sep 2014
    • 8:30 AM - 3:00 PM
    • Washington DC and nearby Maryland
    CCW's Sesquicentennial kickoff tour of Ezra Cornell's Washington and nearby Maryland.

    A bus tour from downtown D.C. along the B&O corridor where Ezra Cornell built the first telegraph up to and including the College Park campus of the University of Maryland (originally the Maryland Agricultural College). 

    The tour program will start at approx. 8:30 am and finish in mid-afternoon, with box lunches somewhere along the way.


    Check back after July 1, 2014 for details.
    • 27 Sep 2014
    • 12:00 PM - 3:00 PM (EDT)
    • Cornell Center, 1341 22nd St NW, Washington DC
    Career Networking Event - Details after June 1

    Cornell Center
    1341 22nd St NW
    (entrance lower level 22nd Street side, not the O Street entrance)

    Washington, DC
    Map/directions: Google Maps, Yahoo! Maps, MapQuest

    Metro - DuPont Circle

    Contact
    Steve Piekarec
    spiekare@verizon.net


    • 30 Sep 2014
    • 8:00 AM - 9:30 AM
    • TBD Washington DC
    Featuring a panel of prominent alumnae with a theme “The Career Path That Got Me Here”.

     
    More details after 8/1/14.


    Questions:
    Lindsay Schattenstein
    las368@cornell.edu
    • 17 Oct 2014
    • 8:00 AM
    • 18 Oct 2014
    • 10:00 PM
    • Cornell University, Ithaca NY
    A first ever combined Homecoming and Trustee Council Annual Meeting.

    DETAILS available after July 1, 2014
    • 23 Oct 2014
    • 6:30 PM - 9:30 PM
    • TBD Washington, DC
    The Cornell Club of Washington invites all fellow alums in Washington DC, Northern Virginia, Maryland and around the world to celebrate the legacy and tradition of Theodore Zinck's for one of the most anticipated Cornell events of the year!

    Details after  June 1, 2014

    Theodore Zinck was a saloonkeeper in Ithaca and his pub, the Hotel Brunswick, was a popular gathering place for Cornellians in the 1890s. After his death in 1903, several bars using his name continued to provide a haven for students. When the last “Zinck’s” closed in the mid-60s, celebrating the spirit of Zinck’s became a favorite Thursday night Collegetown tradition of undergraduates. It wasn't long afterwards that Cornellians continued the tradition in their hometowns.

    So come on out and celebrate this longstanding tradition of "Cornell Community" with your local community of Washington, DC alums!

    Contact
    Lindsay Schattenstein
    las368@cornell.edu

    • 14 Nov 2014
    • 6:00 PM - 10:00 PM
    • TBD Washington Area Location
    On April 27, 2015, Cornell officially turns 150 years old.

    The Sesquicentennial Celebration spans more than a year and reaches Washington in November 2014.

    Check back after June 1, 2014 for more details.
    • 29 Nov 2014
    • 7:00 PM - 10:00 PM
    • Madison Square Garden, 4 Pennsylvania Plaza , New York, New York
    • 30
    Red Hot Hockey 2014

    Puck drops at 8 PM

    It’s time once again to enjoy some hockey with your turkey, as the Cornell Big Red men's ice hockey team takes on Penn State at Madison Square Garden. 

    This event is expected to sell out.

    Cornell has sent over many former players forward to the National Hockey League, including Douglas Murray, Ken Dryden and Joe Nieuwendyk.  

    Take in the game in block seating available exclusively to Cornell Club of Washington members in Section ???. 

    Seating Blocks at Madison Square Garden

    Cost:  Cornell Club of Washington exclusive!!  TBD per ticket

    Map/directions: Google Maps, Yahoo! Maps, MapQuest

    Train:  Penn Station, New York City

    Contact: A'ndrea VanSchoick alv1@cornell.edu
    • 27 Apr 2015
    • 6:30 PM - 10:00 PM
    • TBD Washington Area location
    Charter Day Celebrations in Washington DC.

    Main Charter Days events in on Cornell Campus, Ithaca, NY, April 25-27

    There will be DC area celebrations of Charter Day in addition the main celebration in Ithaca.

    DETAILS in late 2014.

Past events

20 Apr 2014 Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey: Built To Amaze
18 Apr 2014 Cornell Alumni Softball - game 2 of 14 - Utah
17 Apr 2014 Ivy Singles April Event at the 201 Bar
12 Apr 2014 Old Rag LVII
11 Apr 2014 Cornell Alumni Softball - game 1 of 14 - Illionis
11 Apr 2014 2014 Smithsonian Craft Show - Private Tour
10 Apr 2014 Small Dinner Series - Casa Luca
09 Apr 2014 Join Ivy Over-Fifty Singles for LaBoheme
08 Apr 2014 CCW Monthly Board Meeting
08 Apr 2014 CCW Monthly Programming Meeting
06 Apr 2014 Nationals versus the Atlanta Braves - Opening Home Series
05 Apr 2014 Earth Day Events - Anacostia Watershed
04 Apr 2014 Experiential Learning - The Student Project Team Experience at Cornell
03 Apr 2014 Breakfast Networking Event - Capital Area Cornell Women's Network
01 Apr 2014 Is America in Retreat? Does it Matter?
31 Mar 2014 Cornell/AH&LA Women in Senior Leadership Lunch and Panel
30 Mar 2014 The Chai Notes
30 Mar 2014 A Tribute to Major Richard Gannon II '95, with President Skorton, General John Paxton '73, and Lieutenant General Robert Blackman '70
28 Mar 2014 NSO Pops: Nas with the 20th Anniversary Celebration of ILLMATIC - Kennedy Center - SOLD OUT
23 Mar 2014 Colonial Virginia Themed Dinner - Alexandria
23 Mar 2014 Nationals Ballpark - Behind the Scenes Tour - SOLD OUT
22 Mar 2014 ECAC Tournament Final - Hockey Game Watch
21 Mar 2014 Ivy Singles March Event - Macedonian Embassy
21 Mar 2014 Cornell vs Union ECAC Tournamnent - Hockey Game Watch
18 Mar 2014 Los Angeles Philharmonic - Kennedy Center
18 Mar 2014 Yale/Georgetown/Cornell young alum happy hour - RESCHEDULED DATE
15 Mar 2014 Food Bank Service Event at AFAC
13 Mar 2014 Are We All Sexually and Romantically Fluid - Professor Ritch Savin-Williams
11 Mar 2014 CCW Monthly Board Meeting
11 Mar 2014 CCW Monthly Programming Meeting
09 Mar 2014 Washington's Gridiron Club - Reprise 2014 - exclusive Sunday show
08 Mar 2014 Tone Rangers host Stampede 2014, with special guests Cornell University’s After Eight
02 Mar 2014 Ivy Over-Fifty Singles - Pizza Party, Uno’s at Union Station
02 Mar 2014 Ivy Singles - Potomac Overlook Nature Hike
02 Mar 2014 Food Bank Service Event (So Others Might Eat)
01 Mar 2014 Ivy Winter Indoor Tennis at Four Seasons Tennis Club
27 Feb 2014 AWARE luncheon with Professor Sarah Evanega
22 Feb 2014 First Annual Celebration of Excellence in Early Learning Gala at the National Air and Space Museum
22 Feb 2014 Washington Wizards CAN Alumni Night
22 Feb 2014 Private Beer Tasting at the New Bluejacket Brewery
21 Feb 2014 Cornell vs Quinnipiac Men's Hockey Game Watch
21 Feb 2014 Cornell Sun Reunion Reception
20 Feb 2014 Restaurant series: Le Diplomate
20 Feb 2014 Careers in the National Security Community: A Candid Conversation
14 Feb 2014 Ivy Singles February Event - SoBe's in Clarendon.
13 Feb 2014 Yale/Georgetown/Cornell young alum happy hour - POSTPONED to 3/18
11 Feb 2014 Cornell in Washington Student/Alumni Mixer
11 Feb 2014 CCW Monthly Board Meeting
11 Feb 2014 CCW Monthly Programming Meeting
09 Feb 2014 Nursing School mini-reunion/small dinner
08 Feb 2014 Weygandt Wines Private Tasting
02 Feb 2014 Ivy Over-Fifty Singles - Mariinsky Ballet
29 Jan 2014 The Fate of the U.S. Dollar: A Conversation Between Cornell Professor Eswar Prasad and Edward Luce
28 Jan 2014 Fifth Annual Predictions Dinner
26 Jan 2014 Small Potluck Dinner - Vienna
18 Jan 2014 SAG Award Reception at the Embassy of Croatia
17 Jan 2014 Cornell Alumni Leadership Conference (CALC) 2014
15 Jan 2014 Cornell Glee Club in Richmond
14 Jan 2014 CCW Monthly Board Meeting
14 Jan 2014 CCW Monthly Programming Meeting
12 Jan 2014 Ivy Over-Fifty Singles - Annual Holiday Party
12 Jan 2014 Cornell Women's Gymnastics at GWU's Lindsey Ferris Inivitational
10 Jan 2014 Cornell Hotel Society Holiday Party
10 Jan 2014 Ivy Singles January Event - Woman's National Democratic Club
05 Jan 2014 Cornell Cares Day (Event 3 of 3): Pet Rescue at Washington Area Animal Rescue
04 Jan 2014 Cornell Cares Day Event (2 of 3) - Capital Area Food Bank
04 Jan 2014 Cornell Cares Day Event (1 of 3) - Event CANCELLED Due to Weather
22 Dec 2013 Cornell Sun Alumni Reunion
21 Dec 2013 An Enchanted Christmas" concert - Kennedy Center
15 Dec 2013 CCW Book Club: The Yellow Birds, by Kevin Power
14 Dec 2013 Flag Football - CAN Tournament - Second Weekend
10 Dec 2013 CCW Monthly Board Meeting
10 Dec 2013 CCW Monthly Programming Meeting
08 Dec 2013 Ivy Over-Fifty Singles - Annual Holiday Party
07 Dec 2013 Young Alumni Holiday Party - Aria
07 Dec 2013 Flag Football - CAN Tournament - First Weekend
06 Dec 2013 Ivy Singles Holiday Event
04 Dec 2013 The New Norman: Deborah Solomon ’79 and Andy Grundberg ’69 on a 21st-Century Assessment of Norman Rockwell
03 Dec 2013 ULI and CHS Present: Lifestyle DC
03 Dec 2013 A Christmas Carol - Ford's Theatre
30 Nov 2013 Big Red Hockey at Madison Square Garden
23 Nov 2013 Cornell Football & Tailgate at Penn
21 Nov 2013 Capital Area Cornell Women’s Network Fall Wine and Cheese Networking Event
16 Nov 2013 Slavery at Monticello: The American Paradox
16 Nov 2013 Flag Football - Cornell versus Princeton (game 10 of 10)
16 Nov 2013 Tree Planting Service Event
15 Nov 2013 Late Night Happy Hour at the George
15 Nov 2013 Ivy Singles Harvest Season Soiree - City Tavern Club
14 Nov 2013 Restaurant Series: DGS Delicatessen
13 Nov 2013 Ivy Over-Fifty Singles - Metropolitan Opera Simulcast
13 Nov 2013 Old Town Happy Hour
12 Nov 2013 CCW Monthly Board Meeting
12 Nov 2013 CCW Monthly Programming Meeting
10 Nov 2013 Ivy Over-Fifty Singles - Suzanne Farrell Ballet
09 Nov 2013 Flag Football - Cornell versus Bucknell (game 9 of 10)
09 Nov 2013 Alumni Running Club weekly run
02 Nov 2013 Ivy Winter Indoor Tennis at Four Seasons Tennis Club
02 Nov 2013 Cornell Wrestling at the NWCA All Star Classic at George Mason
02 Nov 2013 A Celebration of Scholarship
02 Nov 2013 Alumni Running Club weekly run
26 Oct 2013 Flag Football - Cornell versus Syracuse (game 8 of 10)
26 Oct 2013 Flag Football - Cornell versus Miami (Ohio) (game 7 of 10)
26 Oct 2013 The Cornell Class of 2012 Presents a Night of Fright at 6 Flags
26 Oct 2013 Alumni Running Club weekly run
20 Oct 2013 CCW Book Club: The Book Thief
20 Oct 2013 Flag Football - Cornell versus George Washington (game 6 of 10)
20 Oct 2013 Ivy Over-Fifty Singles 2013 Annual Picnic
20 Oct 2013 Walking the Battle: Seeing Gettysburg at 150
19 Oct 2013 Alumni Running Club weekly run
18 Oct 2013 Ivy Singles Fall Kick-off
17 Oct 2013 International Spirit of Zinck’s Night - 2013
15 Oct 2013 CIPA Alumni and Friends Reception
12 Oct 2013 Alumni Running Club weekly run
12 Oct 2013 Old Rag LVI - Rain Date
08 Oct 2013 Cornell in Washington Student/Alumni Mixer
08 Oct 2013 CCW Monthly Board Meeting
06 Oct 2013 Mount Vernon Wine Festival
06 Oct 2013 Fall Service Weekend 4/5: Pet Rescue, Alexandria
06 Oct 2013 Flag Football - Cornell versus Georgetown (game 5 of 10)
06 Oct 2013 Fall Service Weekend 5/5: Elementary School Garden
05 Oct 2013 Fall Service Weekend 2/5: Pet Rescue, Fairfax
05 Oct 2013 Alumni Running Club weekly run
05 Oct 2013 Fall Service Weekend 1/5: Farm Event
05 Oct 2013 Fall Service Weekend 3/5: Hero Dogs
04 Oct 2013 Cornell Hotel Society 2013 Hotel Real Estate Forum
03 Oct 2013 CCW Programming meeting - Aria
03 Oct 2013 Dartmouth DC Young Alumni & Friends Party @ The Huxley
29 Sep 2013 Yo-Yo Ma - Kennedy Center
29 Sep 2013 Flag Football - Cornell versus Notre Dame (game 4 of 10)
28 Sep 2013 Flag Football - Cornell versus Harvard (game 3 of 10)
28 Sep 2013 Alumni Running Club weekly run
28 Sep 2013 Old Rag LVI
26 Sep 2013 Columbia Club Affordable Care Act event
22 Sep 2013 Small Potluck Dinner - Vienna
21 Sep 2013 Cornell Athletics - Big Red Homecoming Tailgate
21 Sep 2013 Alumni Running Club weekly run
21 Sep 2013 5K Sprint Four the Cure
20 Sep 2013 Ivy Singles September Event - The Arts Club of Washington
20 Sep 2013 Homecoming 2013: Washington, DC Bus to / from Ithaca
19 Sep 2013 Parking Spaces & Power Lines: Impacts on Housing Affordability
15 Sep 2013 Flag Football - Cornell versus Stanford (game 2 of 10)
14 Sep 2013 Alumni Running Club weekly run
12 Sep 2013 An Afternoon With Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg
10 Sep 2013 CCW Monthly Board Meeting
08 Sep 2013 CCW Book Club: Salvage the Bones
08 Sep 2013 Apple Picking and Picnic - Hotel Society event
08 Sep 2013 Flag Football - Cornell versus Notre Dame (game 1 of 10)
07 Sep 2013 Potomac Paddle XXVI
06 Sep 2013 CIPA welcomes new DC Externship Semester students
31 Aug 2013 Alumni Running Club weekly run
28 Aug 2013 Wine Cooperative Winesdays - A Notworking Event
24 Aug 2013 Ivy Summer Tennis Party - (2 of 2) - August
24 Aug 2013 Nationals Ballpark - Behind the Scenes Tour
24 Aug 2013 Alumni Running Club weekly run
18 Aug 2013 CAAAN Frosh Send-Off Party
17 Aug 2013 Alumni Running Club weekly run
17 Aug 2013 Cornell Alumni Softball - End of season tournament - second weekend
14 Aug 2013 Nationals versus the World Series Champion SF Giants
10 Aug 2013 Alumni Running Club weekly run
10 Aug 2013 Cornell Alumni Softball - End of season tournament - first weekend
08 Aug 2013 Welcome to DC for New Hotel School Alumni
03 Aug 2013 Alumni Running Club weekly run
02 Aug 2013 CITI Open Tennis (Legg Mason Tennis Classic)
28 Jul 2013 Ivy Singles Social Club July Happy Hour
27 Jul 2013 Nationals versus the NY Mets
27 Jul 2013 Alumni Running Club weekly run
24 Jul 2013 Cornell Alumni Softball - game 14 of 14 - California
23 Jul 2013 CANCELLED - Special Movie Screening - OUR NIXON - Cornell Classes of 71, 72, 73 event
21 Jul 2013 Tudor Place House Tour for Cornell and Berkeley Alums
20 Jul 2013 Ivy Summer Tennis Party - (1 of 2) - July
20 Jul 2013 Alumni Running Club weekly run
16 Jul 2013 Book of Mormon - Kennedy Center
15 Jul 2013 Creating a Winning Career Plan
13 Jul 2013 Cornell Alumni Softball - Games 12 and 13 - Syracuse and Georgia Tech
13 Jul 2013 Alumni Running Club weekly run
09 Jul 2013 Small Ivy Dinner - Potluck - Alexandria
08 Jul 2013 Washington Kastles with Serena Williams - Ivy Tennis Outing
07 Jul 2013 CCW Board Summer Planning Meeting
06 Jul 2013 Alumni Running Club weekly run
30 Jun 2013 CCW Book Club: Hope: A Tragedy by Shalom Auslander
29 Jun 2013 Cornell Alumni Softball - games 9 and 11 (of 14) - Richmond and Johns Hopkins (
29 Jun 2013 Alumni Running Club weekly run
26 Jun 2013 Nationals play first place Arizona Diamondbacks, $1 hot dog night
26 Jun 2013 CEN DC: Start-up Capital
23 Jun 2013 Ivy Over-Fifty Singles 2013 Annual Picnic
23 Jun 2013 10th Annual Cornell Mid-Atlantic Crab Feast
22 Jun 2013 Alumni Running Club weekly run
20 Jun 2013 NFL players meet and greet
18 Jun 2013 Chemical Exposure in Everyday Life: Insights and Solutions, A Conversation with Cornell's Thought Leaders
17 Jun 2013 Cornell Alumni Softball - game 10 of 14 - Arizona State
15 Jun 2013 Alumni Running Club weekly run
11 Jun 2013 CCW Monthly Board Meeting
11 Jun 2013 CCW Monthly Programming Meeting
10 Jun 2013 Cornell Alumni Softball - game 9 of 14 - Johns Hopkins
08 Jun 2013 Weygandt Wines Tasting - Event CANCELLED
08 Jun 2013 Alumni Running Club weekly run
06 Jun 2013 Non Reunion Reunion for the classes of 2002, 2004, 2007, 2009 at Dirty Martini
06 Jun 2013 Ivy-Over 50 Singles Happy Hour Event
05 Jun 2013 Cornell Alumni Softball - game 8 of 14 - George Mason
02 Jun 2013 Washington Mens' Camerata concert
02 Jun 2013 Cornell Hotel Society Brunch at Lyon Hall Arlington
01 Jun 2013 Ivy Singles Social Club Reception Pot Luck & BYOB
01 Jun 2013 Alumni Running Club weekly run
30 May 2013 Restaurant Series - Adour (in the St. Regis Hotel)
29 May 2013 Cornell Alumni Softball - game 7 of 14 - Rutgers
25 May 2013 Alumni Running Club weekly run
21 May 2013 Cornell Club of Washington Annual Dinner
20 May 2013 Cornell Alumni Softball - game 6 of 14 - Washington
19 May 2013 Mount Vernon Wine Festival
19 May 2013 CCW Book Club: The Sun Also Rises by Ernest Hemingway
18 May 2013 Cornell Alumni Softball - Boston University and Catholic University
18 May 2013 Cornell Mens Lacrosse in Quarterfinals in College Park
18 May 2013 Ivy Alumni Running Club weekly run
15 May 2013 Ivy-Over 50 Singles Opera Simulcast
14 May 2013 CCW Monthly Board Meeting
14 May 2013 CCW Monthly Programming Meeting
13 May 2013 The Power to Shape the Future - Engineers Impacting Public Policy
12 May 2013 The Choral Arts Society of Washington: Broadway's Show-Stoppers with Brian Stokes Mitchell
12 May 2013 NALC Food Drive (AFAC)
12 May 2013 NCAA Lacrosse tournament - Cornell versus Maryland
11 May 2013 2013 CAN Golf Tournament
11 May 2013 Cornell at National College Lacrosse League Tournament
11 May 2013 Ivy Alumni Running Club weekly run
07 May 2013 The Capital Area Cornell Women’s Network Presents How Women Lead: The 8 Essential Strategies Successful Women Know
06 May 2013 Ivy Singles Spring Mixer - Las Canteras Peruvian Restaurant with Piscos!!
05 May 2013 You're invited to A Day in Baltimore: Walking Tour and Brunch
04 May 2013 Ivy Alumni Running Club weekly run
04 May 2013 The Gold Cup - University Row
01 May 2013 Cornell Alumni Softball - game 3 of 14 - Vanderbilt
27 Apr 2013 Baltimore Symphony Orchestra featuring Midori at the Music Center at Strathmore
27 Apr 2013 Ivy Alumni Running Club weekly run
25 Apr 2013 Cornell Alumni Softball - game 2 of 14 - Arizona
24 Apr 2013 Cornell Hotel Society - Reception at the Bisnow Lodging Investment Summitt
24 Apr 2013 Alums of the 4Cs Happy Hour (CAL / COLUMBIA / CORNELL / CHICAGO)
22 Apr 2013 Casey Trees Earth Day Tree Care Event
21 Apr 2013 Ivy Over-50 Singles Spring Cocktail/reception
20 Apr 2013 CAN Coaches Challenge (softball) - In honor of Shawn Felty
20 Apr 2013 Ivy Alumni Running Club weekly run
20 Apr 2013 Earth Day Events - Anacostia Watershed
16 Apr 2013 EVENT CANCELLED - What is it like Growing Up in a Frank Lloyd Wright House?
13 Apr 2013 CU Winds Public Concert
12 Apr 2013 Ivy Singles April - The City Club of Washington
12 Apr 2013 CU Winds Working with Local Schools
11 Apr 2013 Private Chocolate Tasting Class at Cocova
09 Apr 2013 CCW Monthly Board Meeting
09 Apr 2013 CCW Monthly Programming Meeting
08 Apr 2013 Cornell Alumni Softball - game 1 of 14 - Texas A&M
07 Apr 2013 CCW Book Club: Julie Otsuka's 2003 novel "When the Emperor was Divine
06 Apr 2013 Old Rag LV
30 Mar 2013 Take Back Your Home. (Community Service Event)
29 Mar 2013 Yankees and Nationals to play exhibition in D.C.
23 Mar 2013 Young Alumni American History Museum (NMAH) Tour + Drinks After
23 Mar 2013 Architectural Tour of Union Station
22 Mar 2013 Cornell University Chorus Concert
20 Mar 2013 Pre-Reunion Event
19 Mar 2013 The World Financial Crisis: Where Are We Now and Where Are We Going
16 Mar 2013 Weygandt Wines Tasting (Wine Tour de France)
15 Mar 2013 A Falconer’s Memoir - Lab of Ornithology Event
15 Mar 2013 Ivy Singles March Event - Macedonian Embassy
12 Mar 2013 Cornell in Washington Student/Alumni Mixer
12 Mar 2013 CCW Monthly Board Meeting
12 Mar 2013 CCW Monthly Programming Meeting
12 Mar 2013 22nd Annual National Capital Region Job Fair
10 Mar 2013 Washington's Gridiron Club - exclusive Sunday show
09 Mar 2013 Ice Skating at Cabin John
09 Mar 2013 Cornell-Virginia Lacrosse game
06 Mar 2013 The Trajectory of Science: The Next 25 Years
03 Mar 2013 CCW Book Club: Carry the One by Carol Anshaw
02 Mar 2013 Ivy Winter Indoor Mixed Doubles Tennis
28 Feb 2013 Restaurant Series - Bombay Club
28 Feb 2013 Tour State Department Reception Rooms - Second
26 Feb 2013 Tour State Department Reception Rooms; Sign Up Now.
21 Feb 2013 Cornell Hotel Society - Wine Tasting at Vino Volo
21 Feb 2013 Monthly Happy Hour - Aria
15 Feb 2013 Ivy Singles February Event - SoBe's in Clarendon.
12 Feb 2013 CCW Monthly Board Meeting
12 Feb 2013 CCW Monthly Programming Meeting
11 Feb 2013 Scholarship Fundraiser: Cornell Club of Washington Pizza Night
10 Feb 2013 Ivy Over-Fifty Singles Pizza Party
02 Feb 2013 Weygandt Wines Tasting (Wine Tour de France)
01 Feb 2013 CIPA Alumni and Friends Gathering
18 Jan 2013 Cornell Alumni Leadership Conference (CALC) 2013
17 Jan 2013 Predictions 2013 - Fourth Annual Washington, D.C. Predictions Dinner
17 Jan 2013 Monthly Happy Hour - Aria
16 Jan 2013 Restaurant Series - Mala Tang
13 Jan 2013 CCW Book Club: Fobbit by David Abrams
13 Jan 2013 Cornell Woman's Gymnastics at GWU with Penn, North Carolina, Temple
11 Jan 2013 Cornell Hotel Society's Holiday Party
11 Jan 2013 Ivy Singles January Event - Woman's National Democratic Club
08 Jan 2013 CCW Monthly Board Meeting
08 Jan 2013 CCW Monthly Programming Meeting
06 Jan 2013 American-Cornell Basketball game
06 Jan 2013 Cornell Cares Day Event (3 of 4) - Capital Area Food Bank
06 Jan 2013 Cornell Cares Day Event (4 of 4) - Dog Rescue Event at PetSMART Alexandria
06 Jan 2013 Bowling league with Cornell Alums (week 1)
05 Jan 2013 Cornell Cares Day Event (2 of 4) - Dog Rescue Event at Petco Rockville
05 Jan 2013 Cornell Cares Day Event (1 of 4) - Produce gleaning and bagging event at MAGNET
11 Dec 2012 CCW Monthly Board Meeting
11 Dec 2012 CCW Monthly Programming Meeting
09 Dec 2012 Ivy Over-Fifty Singles Holiday Party
09 Dec 2012 A Christmas Carol - Ford's Theatre
08 Dec 2012 Young Alumni Holiday Party - Tabaq Bistro
07 Dec 2012 Ivy Singles Holiday Event
03 Dec 2012 Yo-Yo Ma - Kennedy Center
03 Dec 2012 Small Ivy Dinner - Historic F Street House - GWU
02 Dec 2012 Flag Football - CAN Tournament - Round 2
01 Dec 2012 Flag Football - CAN Tournament - Cornell versus Yale
13 Nov 2012 CCW Monthly Board Meeting
13 Nov 2012 CCW Monthly Programming Meeting
18 Oct 2012 Zinck's Night 2012
07 Oct 2012 Wine Event - Test
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