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Washington Wizards vs. Cleveland Cavaliers

Friday, February 20, 2015
Pre-game and ticket pickup at 6:00 PMMilwaukee Bucks v Cleveland Cavaliers
Tipoff at 8:00 PM
Pre-game & Ticket Pickup:
Penn Social 
801 E Street Northwest,
Washington, DC 20004
Metro:  Gallery Place-Chinatown (Red, Yellow or Green Line)
Game Location:
Verizon Center (Sections 420-421)
601 F Street, NW
Washington, DC 20004
Metro: Gallery Place-Chinatown (Red, Yellow or Green Line)
Pricing Information:
UVaClub of DC Members: $65
Non-Members: $70
Pre-Game Only: $10
It’s the hottest ticket in town! While the rest of the stadium might be cheering on Lebron, join the DC Hoos as we show some love to Virginia alum Joe Harris! Come straight from work to Penn Social to pregame with your fellow Hoos and pick up your tickets. We’ll provide some light appetizers, and then we’ll walk over to the Verizon Center together before the tip.
We’re working with both the Wizards and the Cavaliers organizations to figure out whether we can have a special event with Joe Harris. Cleveland has a home game the next day, so they may be high-tailing it out of DC right after the game, but we’re working to see exactly what we can do. Closer to the event, we will communicate details with those who register.
If you plan to attend this event, you must register as tickets are purchased in advance.  Tickets are extremely limited.  Seats will be grouped together for tickets purchased under the same name.  If you would like to sit next to a friend who has purchased a ticket through us, send us an email at uvasports@dchoos.org as soon as possible.
Should you have any questions, please contact us at uvasports@dchoos.org.

February Book Club

Monday, February 23, 2015Morais
7:00 pm


Silver Diner
3200 Wilson Boulevard
Arlington, VA 22201

Metro: Clarendon (Orange Line)


The Hundred-Foot Journey
by Richard C. Morais



Book Description:

“With his debut novel, longtime Forbes magazine correspondent Morais delves into a rich, imagery-filled culinary world that begins in Bombay and ends in Paris, tracing the career of Hassan Haji as he becomes a famed Parisian chef.  Narrated by Hassan, the story begins with his grandfather starting a lowly restaurant in Bombay on the eve of WWII, which his father later inherits.  But when tragedy strikes and Hassan’s mother is killed, the Hajis leave India, and, after a brief and discontented sojourn in England, destiny leads them to the quaint French alpine village of Lumière.  There, the family settles, bringing Indian cuisine to the unsuspecting town, provoking the ire of Madame Mallory, an unpleasant but extremely talented local chef.  From vibrantly depicted French markets and restaurant kitchens to the lively and humorously portrayed Haji family, Morais engulfs the reader in Hassan’s wondrous world of discovery.  Regardless of one’s relationship with food, this novel will spark the desire to wield a whisk or maybe just a knife and fork.”


Please email Fatima at uvabookclub@dchoos.org for more information.


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