League of Women Voters of the National Capital Area presents:
A Place to Call Home:
Affordable Housing Forum
What are the Challenges?
How are They Being Addressed?
What Can We Do to Help?
Lisa Sturtevant, Housing & Regional Economic Development
and Local Area Panelists
Morning coffee & pastries Afternoon beverages & snacks
Register at http://lwvnca-aplacetocallhome.eventbrite.com
Free garage parking – enter N Taylor Street
Ballston/MU Metro station – 3 blocks away
Click here for downloadable flier.
Member Leagues are:
LWV of the District of Columbia
LWV of Frederick County, Howard County, Prince George's County and Montgomery County
LWV of Arlington County, Fairfax Area, Falls Church and Loudoun County
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Register online at http://lwvmc.eventbrite.com
Click Here to Download Flier and Mail Registration
Join the League of Women Voters of Maryland
as we visit offices of Maryland Senators and members of the House of Representatives
We will be discussing a LWVUS advocacy topic and eating lunch together in a staff dining facility in one of the Congressional Office Buildings. Details of the topic to be discussed will be provided closer to the event.
Meet 10 a.m at the Taxi/Massachusetts Avenue exit at Union Station in Washington DC.
Wear walking shoes!!!
There is no fee, but an RSVP by Monday, April 10 is required.
Welcome to the 2017 State Convention registration page!
The Sassafras dormitory has been set aside for our use. This is an all-suite dorm; each suite contains one bathroom and either 2 or 3 bedrooms. We will assign one bedroom to each person who attends. If you would prefer to choose your suite-mate(s,) please provide the name(s) to Jane Hardy. Linens will be provided but you will have to make your own bed. A refrigerator is available on the first floor for medical needs and your own drinks. The dorm has 3 floors – an elevator is available.
When you arrive, registration will be at the dorm lobby between 3:00 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. on Friday evening, or on Saturday from 8:30 to 9:30 a.m.
You will have the option to be a day-visitor, or to register for two or three nights. in addition there are options to register for additional events on Friday afternoon and evening, June 9, 2017, before the Convention begins Saturday morning.
Here’s another choice for Friday evening: 7:30 p.m., National Music Festival Performance at Decker Hall, Washington College: Brahms Piano Concerto No. 2 in B♭, opus 83 and Schubert Symphony No. 9 in C, Deutsch 944. Nikolai Lalav, conductor, Michael Gurt, piano. Event is likely to sell out; make your own reservation and pay at http://nationalmusic.us/events-and-tickets/ Dinner will be on your own, either at the College Dining Hall, large, varied buffet for $14, or at a local restaurant.
Please note that a late fee of $50 will be imposed for registration after Friday, May 19. Because we are dealing with many outside organization/institutions with various deadlines, we need to assure headcounts early! Your prompt and timely registration will be most appreciated.
To purchase tickets, please enter a "1" in the box next to your choices below. Please select only one activity for Friday evening — either the picnic, the Chester River cruise, or the concert (book and pay for your own tickets, with dinner on your own). For further descriptions of these three options, please see either the March or April 2017 State Board Letters.
Register online below or download the registration form if you wish to send us a check here.