Wednesday, January 26, 2011

Free Food

Wolfington Hall
Another yearly event that brings with it free food is Georgetown's Jesuit Heritage Week, designed to make the University’s Jesuit tradition more tangible for the community. Although next week is the official JHW 2011, this Sunday’s Opening Reception marks the kickoff of the celebrations. Head over to the Jesuit Residence (Wolfington Hall) from 8:30 to 9:30 for the chance to hang out with the Jesuits and, of course, to snag some free treats.
Link (here) to Vox Populi


Anonymous said...

"Jesuit Heritage Week." How quaint. It reminds me of my mother, telling me that my great grandparents were born in Ireland and that I should try the boiled potato and cabbage that she served once a year on St. Patrick's Day. "I know it tastes terrible, but it's your heritage," she'd say apologetically. "Just try one little spoonful."

Anonymous said...

Dude, did you actually look at the Georgetown website. With all due respect to your mother's corned beef & cabbage, this is a substantial event.