36th Reunion East & Europe: New York, Washington, Paris

[Last updated: May 19, 2017. – DRS]


REGISTER TODAY (Eventbrite): May 19th Dinner and June 2nd Social Event
Questions? Contact John Furth (May 19th) or Felisa Tibbitts (June 2nd).

May 19
5:30pm to 9:00pm Cocktails and Dinner
Mimi Oka and Jun Makihara’s
Penthouse Apt., East Village, Manhattan
Musical Entertainment provided by Classmates, led by Chris Owens
June 2
5:30pm to 8:00pm An evening of socializing &
facilitated conversations
on timely topics:
e.g.: “Free Speech, Fake News,”
“Education in the 21st Century,”
“Personal Experiences”…
Location: Grace Church High School

WASHINGTON DC: Friday Night-Saturday, June 2-3, 2017

REGISTER TODAY! Contact Ruth Milkman
for information and to RSVP (unless you already RSVP’d to an Evite).

June 2
5:00pm to 8:00pm Happy Hour with jazz
National Gallery Sculpture Garden.
( Cash bar) Rain location TBA
June 3
10:00am to 12:00pm East Wing Tour of National Gallery of Art
Hosted by Classmate Harry Cooper,
NGA Curator of Modern Art
(free, but space limited to 1st 20)
Lunch National Gallery Terrace Cafe
(If weather: Cascade Cafe,
East Wing, National Gallery)
Afternoon Nothing organized, but we suggest a visit to Dumbarton Oaks before it closes for renovation.
6:00pm to 11:00pm Casual Dinner Party
at Ruth Milkman’s House

(Contact Ruth for an invitation.)
$25 suggested contribution per person.

MIAMI, FLORIDA: Saturday, June 10

REGISTER TODAY: Email Nathan Leight for an Invitation or to RSVP.

June 10
6:30pm Dinner: Campari Knoepffler’s house
Casual. Please contact Nathan Leight to RSVP, and for details.

PARIS, FRANCE: Saturday-Sunday, June 3-4, Bonus: June 5-7

(Agenda is dependent on sufficient registrations.)

REGISTER TODAY: Email Claire Mays, Karen Albrecht,
or Nancy Boghossian Staples for an Invitation and information

June 3
6:00pm to 10:00pm Casual Dinner Party
Sunday, June 4 10:00am to 1:00pm Brunch on the Banks of the Seine
2:00pm to 5:00pm Museum Visit, or Do-It-Yourself socializing
6:00pm to 11:00pm Casual supper with Live Jazz Concert at “Lou Pascalou” or
SocReTable discussion at Claire Mays’
June 6-7
OECD FORUM ’17: “Bridging Divides”
(to write-off your trip)
Request free invitation: www.OECD.org/forum