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Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month Happy Hour

Tiki on 18th 2411 18th St NW, Washington, DC

Celebrate your heritage and your Harvard connections at our AAPI Heritage Month Happy Hour!

Join us at the Filipino restaurant Tiki on 18th (an AAPI owned-and-run venue!) and meet other Asian and Pacific Islander members of the Harvard Club! Happy Hour specials will be extended for our group. First drink included with registration.

$15.00 – $20.00

May Chinese Table

National Museum of Asian Art 1050 Independence Ave. SW, Washington, DC

By popular demand, this month we're meeting up in person again!

Whether you’re a beginner, intermediate, or fluent and just missing speaking Chinese, the Harvard Club wants to see you at our Chinese Table. 


An Evening with Sara Bleich – Harvard and the Legacy of Slavery

Hogan Lovells 555 13th St NW, Washington, DC

Please join us for dinner and conversation with Dr. Sara Bleich GSAS '07, the inaugural Vice Provost for Special Projects, as she discusses the steps being taken by the University to implement the seven recommendations of the landmark Harvard and the Legacy of Slavery report

$60.00 – $80.00

The Harvard Club of Washington, DC 2024 Annual Meeting

Hogan Lovells 555 13th St NW, Washington, DC

We are delighted to invite our members our 2024 annual meeting! Join us at Hogan Lovells to hear about what we’ve accomplished, vote on the new directors and officers, and hear about our plans for the upcoming year.


Mid-Century Modern & More – Southwestern DC Private Guided Walking Tour

Chinese Embassy Residences 2300 Connecticut Ave, NW, Washington, DC

One of the first neighborhoods to be developed, in the District, the Southwest area of DC became a thriving community for Black Washingtonians. During the 1950s, the original neighborhoods were demolished and replaced by new buildings characteristic of the trends of the time. Today, it's known for some of the finest examples of mid-century modern architecture in Washington. Join us for a two hour private guided tour, and then finish up with lunch at Bartaco!

Free – $30.00

June Singles Mixer

Clubhouse DC 1070 Wisconsin Ave NW, Washington, DC

We get it. It's not always easy to find love at Harvard. We can't all make witty banter with a conveniently attractive library clerk. But even if your Love Story may not be set in the Yard, a Harvard grad may still be the one for you! (Or maybe someone who went to Columbia, or Penn, or one of the other Ivies - we've invited them all!) Come to Clubhouse and see if a cocktail ignites a relationship here in DC!

Note: as with all our events, this mixer is open to everyone - whether you're the class of 2023 or 1953 (or somewhere in between), we'll be delighted to see you, and we think you'll meet someone interesting!


Pride Celebration LGBTQ* Mixer

Licht Cafe 1520 U St NW, Washington, DC

Pride is coming, and we've invited all eight Ivy League alumni groups, plus some of our other local alumni friends (MIT, Barnard, NYU, Duke, etc) to come and celebrate with us.


Juneteenth Happy Hour

Mr Braxton's Bar & Kitchen 3632 Georgia Ave NW, Washington, DC

Join us at Mr Braxton's Bar & Kitchen for Juneteenth!

We have a reservation on the patio to kick back and celebrate at this Black-owned and operated restaurant.


June Trivia Happy Hour

Clubhouse DC 1070 Wisconsin Ave NW, Washington, DC

Join the HCW for Trivia Night - share good times and good pizza (yes, we won again last month!)


Folklife Festival Outing

National Mall Madison Dr NW & 4th St NW, Washington, DC

Meet us at the Mall for the Smithsonian's Folklife Festival!

This year's Festival celebrates Indigenous Voices of the Americas and the 20th anniversary of the opening of the National Museum of the American Indian. Indigenous artists and makers, professional chefs and home cooks, musicians, dancers, athletes, and storytellers will demonstrate the depth of multigenerational traditions as well as new, innovative approaches to cultural expression.

Meet up with other interested club members to explore the foodways, weaving, ceramics, and other artists, before we head to the Four Seasons Stage for the 5:30pm concert by Sara Curruchich. 


Big Train Baseball Picnic

Shirley Povich Field 10600 Westlake Dr, Rockville, MD

Come out to the Bethesda Big Train game on July 5th to enjoy a night of collegiate wooden bat baseball, a celebration of Harvard excellence, and a delicious picnic dinner!

Our very own Eve Rosenbaum '12, Assistant General Manager for the Baltimore Orioles, is being honored with a ceremonial first pitch and a commemorative bobblehead at the July 5th game against the DC Grays, and we're going to be there! Your ticket includes a reserved seat, a meal, a drink, and of course an Eve bobblehead - just $27 for adults, and $21 for kids 12 & under!

$21.00 – $27.00