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Socialize with St. Ann's Center!
We Have Two Upcoming Chances to Socialize with St. Ann's Center!
1. Happy Hour Fundraiser Benefiting St. Ann's Center Families
Hosted by St. Ann's Center's Young Professionals Network
Date: Tuesday, August 22
Time: Extended Happy Hour runs from 5:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Place: Dacha Beer Garden, Navy Yard Location
Map: 79 Potomac Ave SE, Washington, DC 20003
*Note - there is NO baseball game that night, so parking is an option!
All are welcome! Purchase of $20 wristband gets you extended Happy Hour food and drink deals [menu] and 1 ticket entry into our raffle (additional raffle tickets sold on site)! Raffle items include gift certificates for dining out in DC, gift cards for kayaking and stand-up paddle boarding, and other fun surprise items!
Link to RSVP | https://apps.stanns.org/dacha-happy-hour?EV=152
Share this event with others! Click to download and share our event flyer.
Hosted by St. Ann's Young Professionals Network:
Grow your network while helping St. Ann's Center's mission of supporting mothers and their children as they move from crisis to stability and independence.
2. Save the Date for St. Ann's Center's Annual Fall Social!
Date: Wednesday, October 4
Time: 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
Place: The Irish Inn at Glen Echo
Map: 6119 Tulane Avenue, Glen Echo, MD 20812
Please join us on Wednesday, October 4, 2023 to celebrate St. Ann's Center families and all they have achieved in recent months. We are also celebrating St. Ann's 163rd anniversary since our founding by the Daughters of Charity in 1860.
Ticket purchase includes heavy hors d'oeuvres, beer and wine, and of course, the best Guest Bartenders in the DMV! Stick around for live music provided by the Inn! Limited on-site parking is available. Additional parking on Tulane Avenue and on Oxford Road at Glen Echo Park.
For questions please contact Ellen Toups, Manager, Annual Giving & Corporate Relations at [email protected] or (301) 559-5500.
About St. Ann's Center
St. Ann’s Center helps mothers and children overcome crisis and achieve lasting independence and stability by providing a safe and supportive home, child care, education and employment assistance, and clinical social work services within a Catholic community that welcomes all.