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Looking for something to do? Here's the scoop on several events coming up in the next few weeks and beyond:

 
           
      5/5  

University Row at the Virginia Gold Cup Races. As seen in DC Style magazine, University Row is back for a ninth straight year. Sales began a few days ago and the entire Row is more than 2/3 sold already. Last year's gathering featured a record involvement of 55 alumni groups and sold out more than two weeks before Gold Cup. This year 66 alumni groups are participating, including two new Anchors: Fordham and Villanova. All-inclusive tickets feature open bar, catered fare, and round trip bus transportation from Ballston. Organized by the Alumni Events Alliance, tickets provide full access to all 11 Row tents. See the Website at http://www.universityrow.org for news, reviews, photos, videos, history, roster, and more. Run completely by volunteers, no staff or promoter is paid from ticket revenue; all proceeds benefit the non-profit missions of participating AEA member organizations.
 

     
      4/26  

Go nautical with the Junior League at Hook, Thursday, April 26th, from 6:30pm. Enjoy specialty cocktails and check out this newly designed seafood restaurant in the heart of Georgetown! To get on the Evite list for this event, please e-mail Amanda Walke at carolinagirl211@comcast.net.
 

     
      5/17  

ZooFari is a magical evening of gourmet foods, fine wines, fabulous entertainment, and dancing under the stars. Thursday, May 17th, from 6:30pm until 10:00pm. A Washington tradition for more than 20 years, this year’s ZooFari is a Savanna Soirée, celebrating the Zoo’s many African animals, including African lions, cheetahs, and scimitar-horned oryx. Sweepstakes, silent auction, and food and drink from more than 100 restaurants, caterers, and vintners. Musical acts playing everything from jazz and R & B to big band and acoustic guitar on five stages throughout the park. Last year's ZooFari raised more than $300,000. Tickets are $125 for FONZ members ($175 for non-members). Click here for more.
 

     
      5/24  

The Junior League of Washington and the Corcoran's 1869 Society are co-hosting Cultural Cocktails, Thursday, May 24th, from 6:30 until 8:30pm, in celebration of the new exhibit Modernism: Designing a New World 1914-1939. Click here for more information.
 

     
      5/31  

Join the hosts of the Courage Cup for hors d’ouevres and drink specials at Lounge 201 on Capitol Hill, from 6:30pm until 9:30pm, May 31st. Located at 201 Massachusetts Avenue NE, Lounge 201 will donate a percentage of the bar to the Courage Cup.
 

     
      6/16  

The 4th Annual Courage Cup charity polo match will be held this year on Saturday, June 16th at Great Meadow (site of the Virginia Gold Cup Races). A great party for a worthy cause, the Courage Cup's second appearance at the new polo facilities at Great Meadow is shaping up to be even more popular than its very successful 2006 showing. Proceeds benefit Work to Ride, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that trains at-risk youth how to ride and interact with horses. For more information about this year's event and countdown fundraisers, click here.
 

     
      6/28  

The Junior League invites you to enjoy a warm weather happy hour, Thursday, June 28th, at Agraria at the Georgetown waterfront. Recently voted by AOL City Guide users as serving the best cocktails in DC, Agraria is quickly becoming a favorite nightspot! Please e-mail Amanda Walke at carolinagirl211@comcast.net to get on the Evite list for this event.
 

     
      7/26  

Join the ladies of the Junior League for their monthly happy hour, Thursday, July 26th, at Poste. Located in the historic Hotel Monaco, this upscale contemporary brasserie features modern American cuisine paired with a great wine list of American, European, and Australian vintages. To get on the Evite list, please e-mail Amanda Walke at carolinagirl211@comcast.net.
 

     
                 
         

 

     
   

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