Farewell Cookout with Alumni!
Join Lily Chu (BK '82) and Gerry Weaver (SY '77) at their home in Bethesda, MD for a cookout with Yale students and alumni. This annual Yale-in-Washington event is always one of the highlights of the summer, be sure to come to have a good time and enjoy free food and drinks with alumni. This will be our last BBQ of summer, so be sure to stop by if you can!
Note: There is no close access to a metro. We suggest you drive or take a taxi from the Bethesda Metro stop, but if you'd like to take a bus, put the above address into Google Maps, click "get directions," and select "by public transit" to find the bus route either from your start destination or from the Bethesda metro stop.
**If you are planning on driving and would be willing to offer spots in your car for other Yalies, please let me know. It would be greatly appreciated.
From the City: Come out River Road, cross the beltway, make first left onto Seven Locks Road, then make first right onto Lilly Stone Drive. Drive about half a mile, make right on Carderock Drive. Go to end, only two blocks. We are second to last house on left.
From all other points in Virginia or Maryland: Get to the beltway, take River Road Exit. Follow signs to Potomac (west) and not to Bethesda. Then follow directions above, making first left onto Seven Locks.
Meet other students and alumni who are interested in your careers. Registration is required, please contact Katie directly at firstname.lastname@example.org for last minute registration.
Saturday, July 28 at 4:00 PM
8400 Carderock Drive, Betheda MD, 20817
Register by July 25 at 11:00 AM
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*Legal notice: There will be alcohol at some Yale in Washington events. For those under 21 who attend events open to all ages where alcohol is served, such as happy hours and barbeques, you are reminded that the law forbids anyone under 21 from consuming alcohol. Students in attendance at these events acknowledge that Yale University is not responsible for, and will be held harmless against, any injury, loss, or other damage arising from or related in any manner to a student who does not abide by this law.