SACU is offering a private guided private tour at the House of Sweden on Thursday, April 24, to view the glass installation Homeland, a new exhibit, by world famous glass artist Ingalena Klenell. It will be followed by a lunch afterward at the Sequoia restaurant.
We will gather at noon at the House of Sweden, 2900 K St. NW. The tour will start at 12:30 p.m. Member cost is $25.00, non-members $29.00. Metered parking is available at the Thompson’s Boathouse parking lot, off Rock Creek Parkway at the end of Virginia Avenue. Nearby parking garages include Park America at 3000 K St., Central Parking at 3100 K St., Constitution Parking at 3217 K St., and Harbour Parking at the intersection of Wisconsin Ave. and K St. Non-drivers can connect to the Circulator bus from either the Red Line’s Farragut North station (on K St. at Connecticut Ave.) or the Blue and Orange Line’s Farragut West station (on K St. at 19th St.). Buses run every 10 minutes, westward along K St., NW and eastward along M St., NW. The stop at Thomas Jefferson and M Streets is closest to the House of Sweden. Metrobus lines 32 and 36 also run along M Street. The walk from the Foggy Bottom Metro stop is six tenths of a mile, about 12 minutes.
For reservations, please call or email Marie-Louise Bernal: 202-328-9852 or firstname.lastname@example.org Please leave a message with your name, telephone number and the names of any guests you are bringing. The restaurant will offer you: 1)grilled chicken Caesar, 2)Sequoia cheeseburger, or 3)Maryland crab cake sandwich. You do NOT need to make your choice in advance. Please make your reservation by noon, Tuesday, April 22. If you need to cancel your reservation, contact Marie-Louise Bernal no later than 9:00 a.m. on the day of the luncheon so that SACU is not charged for your lunch. If the luncheon fills before the April 22 deadline, a waiting list will be taken, with preference given to current-year SACU members. Thank you for your patience and understanding in such circumstances.