CAG Salutes Oral History Pioneers at City Tavern Club

Date and Time: 
Wednesday, November 20, 2013 - 7:00pm
Location: 
City Tavern Club, 3206 M Street
Program: 
Reception at 7pm; Panel discussion: 7:30pm – 8:30pm

On Wednesday, November 20, CAG will hear from well-known Georgetowners Steve Kurzman, Barbara Downs, Pie Friendly, Billy Martin, and Chris Murray, all of whom have participated in CAG's oral history project. These engaging Georgetowners have recorded their recollections about life in Georgetown in one-on-one interviews with CAG’s oral history volunteers. The results have been fascinating – visit www.cagtown.org to read the summaries and/or the entire interviews. Come and meet these living Georgetown legends and hear some of their intriguing stories first hand.

Tom Birch will introduce the program with a summary of the project. The interviewees will then talk informally about their memories of growing up in or moving to Georgetown, pursuing careers here, raising families, building businesses, entertaining, renovating houses – and more.

Our host for the evening will be the City Tavern Club and will provide refreshments for the reception starting at seven o’clock. The City Tavern Club is also invites CAG members to continue the evening following the Oral History panel by offering a cash bar beginning at 8:30 and the opportunity to have a three course dinner for $35 per person. Rsvp by Thursday, November 14, to Sue Hamilton at 333-8076 or sueinnovent@aol.com. Please join CAG at the elegant City Tavern Club, 3206 M Street, for an evening filled with well-deserved salutes to significant Georgetowners -- and their role in capturing the history of Georgetown.

Time: 7 pm reception, 7:30 pm discussion panel, 8:30 pm cash bar & 3 course dinner ($35/person)

Location: City Tavern Club, 3206 M Street

RSVP: RSVP by Thursday, November 14, to Sue Hamilton and 333-8076 or sueinnovent@aol.com

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