Saturday, 22. April 2017, Washington, 2017 Ryan Gebler Memorial DC Weekend

from 22. April 2017 - 19:00 till 23:00
United StatesWashington600 F St NW20004
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52 people attending
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This year's Ryan Gebler Memorial DC Weekend will be on April 22nd! We will be back at the Laurel Gardens Ice House for the CUA Alumni Hockey Game at noon, then a private event Saturday night from 7-11pm at The Lofts at 600 F in Chinatown. Tickets include food and an open bar! There will be a raffle auction with prizes including sports memorabilia, spa certificates and packages, golf accessories and outings, and tickets to sporting events. We will continue to update the event page as more details are confirmed. We look forward to seeing everyone again this year!

Thursday, 20. April 2017, Sioux Falls, The Augustana Bands present "Made in America"

from 20. April 2017 - 19:30 till 21:30
Sioux Falls
United StatesSioux Falls301 S Main Ave57104
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10 people attending
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The Augustana Band and the Blue & Gold Band present music by American composers featuring more than 150 musicians and a special salute to Dr. Bruce Ammann, former director of bands, and Vance Shoemaker, adjunct trombone professor — both retiring from the Augustana music department at the end of the academic year. A public reception for Ammann and Shoemaker follows the concert in the 2nd floor lobby of the Washington Pavilion.
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