Sunday, October 20, 2019

  • Sponsored by the Hopkins DC Alumni Chapter

    Join fellow Hopkins alumni and friends for a tour of the Glenstone Museum this fall. The tour will begin at 10:00 A.M. and guests can expect to explore the grounds for approximately 3 hours.

    "The Glenstone Museum encompasses two buildings, several outdoor sculptures and more than 230 acres of landscape."

    "To fully experience Glenstone, visitors should be prepared to spend considerable time on foot, and comfortable walking shoes are recommended. The first of the Museum buildings is a seven-minute walk from the Arrival Hall. We encourage you to explore the museum at your own pace. Our Guides are available to support your museum experience and engage in conversation about the art, the architecture and the landscape. Due to the fragile nature of the works on view, all visitors must be 12 or older and all minors (ages 12–17) must be accompanied by an adult at all times."

    "The Café and Patio offer service from 11:30 a.m to 4:00 p.m. The Café offers seasonal lunch fare made fresh daily from locally sourced, sensibly raised provisions. The Patio sits just behind the Gallery on the edge of the forest. It offers light refreshments and light lunch. Outside food or beverages, coolers, and picnicking are not permitted."

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  • Sponsored by the Veterans Affinity Network

    Join us for Sunday brunch in the French Quarter in the heart of Jackson Square where we'll share a dining experience like no other, celebrating the fine Creole cuisine and culture of New Orleans with brunch at Muriel's. While dining at Muriel's, we'll be enveloped by the rich history of the Vieux Carre while we embrace the historical ambiance, feel the energy, and taste the love in every bite as the flavors dance on your palate while you discover a local treasure. Today, you can find locals socializing just as they did when New Orleans was first built. Within Muriel's historic walls, the city of New Orleans was built by citizens who passed through. Today, that savor for life can be experienced by patrons in the award-winning contemporary Creole cuisine Muriel's serves.