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Join fellow William & Mary women on a progressive food tour through Old Town Alexandria. Annexed in the mid 1800s, the city has a feel that truly brings together Virginia and Washington DC. Alexandria was the home of both George Washington and Robert E. Lee, as it pre-dates Washington DC as a former British colony.
Throughout this progressive meal we will sample food crafted from locally sourced ingredients featuring a variety of cooking techniques and styles from critically acclaimed family-run restaurants. We will be joined on this tour by Professor Emerita Jayne Barnard, Coordinator of the 100th Anniversary of Women at William & Mary.
This tour costs $50/person to attend, and includes food at each location. $40 tickets are available for members of the Society of 1918 and the Young Guarde ('09-'18).
RSVP by May 11, 2018. Space is limited.