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International Spirit of Zinck’s Night - 2017

  • 19 Oct 2017
  • 6:30 PM - 9:00 PM
  • James Hoban’s, 1 Dupont Circle NW, Washington, DC 20036

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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!

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 fellow local alums!

And check out this article from the current Cornell Alumni Magazine: 

http://cornellalumnimagazine.com/cornelliana-so17/

Cost:

Admission includes hors d'oeuvres as well as cash bar specials, to include:

$10 for Members and those who become a Member day-of (Pay in advance online.  Cash or check ONLY at the door.)

$20 for Non-members

To become a member, www.cornellclubdc.org/joinccw

Contact:  programming@cornellclubdc.org

Location: James Hoban’s, 1 Dupont Circle NW, Washington, DC 20036

(Off New Hampshire between O & P Streets NW)

On street parking after 6:30PM & Metro/Dupont Circle/Red Line

(Note that, effective this night, there is NO on street parking on Connecticut Ave. from Dupont Circle South to Rhode Island Ave.  -  towing enforced!)

Did you know that "James Hoban (1755 – December 8, 1831) was an Irish architect, best known for designing the White House in Washington, D.C.?" (Wikipedia)  He also was involved with Octagon House and other Federal buildings in DC.

 

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