AFLSE DC June Newsletter: Special Happy Hour and register for the Bon Voyage Party



Please join AFLSE DC for a happy hour and crowdfunding Q&A at Brick & Mortar on Wednesday, June 17th.

Andrew Harris
Co-Founder of EquityEats

Brick & Mortar, a new cocktail bar, was co-founded by LSE Alum Andrew Harris (LLB '08) as part of EquityEats -- a business that acts as a showcase for local chef talent. Brick & Mortar hosts chefs for short residencies, where they present their food to the public. At this event, Harris will host a Q&A on crowdfunding in the U.S. capital. He will discuss how EquityEats completed its first round of crowdfunding under these new laws, and advise how fellow LSE alumni can follow suit.

LSE alumni will enjoy a range of bites, cocktails, and exclusive specials at this event. There is no need to RSVP.

Wednesday, June 17, 2015
6:30-8:30 pm

Kindly hosted by: Brick & Mortar
918 F St NW
Washington, DC 20004


Registration now open for July's Bon Voyage Party - July 25th.

Alumni are invited to meet with students en route to the LSE, and to share their experiences and give advice on living and studying in London. Students have the opportunity to meet and network with others who are also embarking on the same adventure in the fall.

Saturday, July 25th, 2015 from 5:30 until 7:30pm

Local 16
1602 U St NW
Washington, DC 20009 (202) 265-2828

Nearest metro: U Street Metro (Green and Yellow)

$5 Happy Hour drink specials will be extended until 10pm for all AFLSE guests. 

Please click here to RSVP.


AFLSE Washington, DC: Happy Hour and Crowdfunding Q&A with Andrew Harris Co-Founder of EquityEats
Wednesday, 06/17/15 at 9:30pm
Please join AFLSE DC for a late happy hour and crowdfunding Q&A at Brick & Mortar.

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AFLSE Washington, DC: Bon Voyage Party
Saturday, 07/25/15 at 8:30pm
All incoming bachelor's, master's, Ph.D., and general course students are invited to mix and mingle, and meet with local LSE alumni.

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