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Final Call - JUDITH MARTIN on Weddings & More...

LAST CALL: Alums & guests enjoy a fine treat (downtown DC) with our luncheon 'date,' Judith Martin ('Miss Manners') -- writer and distinguished winner of the National Humanities Medal.


ALUMNI: JOIN a LUNCHEON with one of Washington's
Best-Known Writers and Journalists, JUDITH MARTIN,
a Recipient of the National Humanities Medal.

 

WHAT: "Miss Manners' Tips for a Perfect Wedding
- A Conversation"

WHEN:
TUESDAY, JANUARY 19
Luncheon 12:30, Program 1:00 p.m.
Early Arrival with Optional Cash Bar - 11:30 a.m.

WHERE:
WOMAN'S NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC CLUB
1526 New Hampshire Avenue NW
Luncheon and Program $35/Non-Members $40

REGISTRATION available BELOW ....as you

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PCW is honored to join the English Speaking Union and the
Shakespeare Guild in a special visit to the Woman's National
Democratic Club for a singular luncheon gathering with the
inimitable Judith Martin.  She remains an award-winning
journalist (formerly at The Washington Post) whose early work
included film and theater reviews before she created the now-
celebrated persona with which she is indelibly associated today.

It's none other than Judith Martin, AKA "Miss Manners." 
She'll be joined by her daughter and co-author Jacobina, and the
two will talk about "Miss Manners' Guide to a Surprisingly
Dignified Wedding."

Among other things, their conversation touches on what goes right
and wrong in the marriage ceremonies that occur in plays like
Much Ado About Nothing, Romeo and Juliet, and The Tempest.
Best known for her syndicated column and for Miss Manners’
advice on everything from “Civility” to “Communication,”
“Domestic Tranquility,” “Eating,” “Excruciatingly Correct
Behavior,” “Rearing Perfect Children,” and “The Right Thing
to Say,”

See her advice to Presidents and Heads of State in this
recent piece (in June, 2009) -- VIEW it HERE.

As you know, Judith Martin is also a novelist, with echoes of Jane
Austen in titles like "Style and Substance," a memoirist who has
enchanted us with an evocative homage to the globe’s most
fascinating city in "No Vulgar Hotel: The Desire and Pursuit of
Venice," and a distinguished recipient of the National Humanities
Medal.

NOTE: Copies of Miss Manners' witty and informative introduction
to matrimonial bliss
will be available for purchase and signing.

REGISTER NOW for this outstanding event as PCW
launches its new year. 
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WE HAVE A FAX-IN-A-PAYMENT OPTION, as well.

TO DO THIS, with Credit Card payment, DEADLINE is EARLY - we
do EXPECT TO SELL OUT.  DEADLINE for THIS: JAN. 15, 2010.
We CANNOT guarantee SEATS if you fax in late (sell out may
occur earlier).  Web registration is faster and easier...

FAX-IN your Credit Card INFORMATION (see FORM*** below)
FAX INFO to PCW at 202-249-8446 (SEE Deadline ABOVE)...

***FORM** for ALL PRE-PAID REGISTRATIONS -- NO "hold a spot."
Simply click on link below to OPEN & DOWNLOAD/THEN FAX --
http://pcw-dc.org/vault/09-10_pcw_event_registration_by_fax_v2_0.pdf


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