Come see an intact Victorian home built by Christian Heurich, who arrived in the U.S. with $200 and became a millionaire brewer. The house is a technological marvel and contains magnificent antiques and design features.
Attention: Late Boomers and Early Busters! Alumni, Spouses, and Partners--have you ever boiled water in a tea kettle?
The Heurich House Museum is a brownstone building at New Hampshire Avenue and O Street, one block from the south exit of the Dupont Circle Metro. Parking is available at 21 Dupont Circle. Casual attire. Reception follows with appetizers and a cash bar.
6:00 p.m. Tour l Heurich House, 1307 New Hampshire Ave. NW
7:15 p.m. Happy Hour l The Front Page, 1333 New Hampshire Ave. NW
$50/"first-time" couples in advance
$40/person at the door
All tickets includes appetizers at reception.
Pre-registration for this event has now closed. We may be able to take some walk-ins, please contact Debbie Drumheller, MBA'75, at for availability.
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Boomers to Busters is sponsored by the University of Chicago Club of DC. it is targeted for undergraduate and graduate alumni of Chicago and similar schools who were undergraduates from the 1970s to 1990s, and their spouses, partners, and guests.
Schools advertising Boomers to Busters events include Amherst, Brown, Bryn Mawr, Carleton, Carnegie Mellon, Chicago, Harvey Mudd, Haverford, Johns Hopkins, MIT, Mount Holyoke, Northwestern, Pennsylvania, Pomona, Smith, Stanford, Swarthmore, Vassar, Wellesley, Williams, and the Capital Alumni Network. All others are welcome.
Friday, Nov 30 2012 at 6:00pm [ iCal ]
The Heurich House
1307 New Hampshire Avenue NW