'17-18 Events



At NCRC, we offer so many opportunities for families to meet one another, to learn from each other, to work together and to celebrate together, to partner with the school, and most importantly, to enjoy these magical years.


November

Admissions Open House

Sunday, November 12th


Downtown Brown Bag Lunch

Wednesday, November 15th

12pm - 1pm -- Off Campus


Fathers, Grandfathers, and Fatherly Figures (Dads Team) Breakfast

Friday, November 17th

7:45am - 9am -- NCRC Motor Room

December

Winter Celebration

Saturday, December 2nd


Global Women’s Issues and U.S. Foreign Policy: A Evening of Discussion with Rachel Vogelstein, Hosted by Dr. Val Wise

Sunday, December 3rd


Unique Paths to Parenthood: Adoption, Donors, and Surrogacy

Wednesday, December 6th

(details below)


Fathers, Grandfathers, and Fatherly Figures (Dads Team) Breakfast

Friday, December 8th

7:45am - 9am -- NCRC Motor Room


Grandparent Gingerbread Workshop

Saturday, December 9th


Downtown Brown Bag Lunch

Wednesday, December 13th

12pm - 1am -- Off Campus


January


Downtown Brown Bag Lunch

Wednesday, January 17th

12pm - 1am -- Off Campus


Fathers, Grandfathers, and Fatherly Figures (Dads Team) Breakfast

Friday, January 26th

7:45am - 9am -- NCRC Motor Room

February


90th Anniversary Celebration

Saturday, February 3rd


Downtown Brown Bag Lunch

Wednesday, February 7th

12pm - 1am -- Off Campus


Fathers, Grandfathers, and Fatherly Figures (Dads Team) Breakfast

Friday, February 16th

7:45am - 9am -- NCRC Motor Room

March


Downtown Brown Bag Lunch

Wednesday, March 7th

12pm - 1am -- Off Campus


Fathers, Grandfathers, and Fatherly Figures (Dads Team) Breakfast

Friday, March 16th

7:45am - 9am -- NCRC Motor Room

April


Downtown Brown Bag Lunch

Wednesday, April 11th

12pm - 1am -- Off Campus


Parent Discussion Evening at Cafe Deluxe

Wednesday, April 25th

(Details Below)


Fathers, Grandfathers, and Fatherly Figures (Dads Team) Breakfast

Friday, April 27th

7:45am - 9am -- NCRC Motor Room

May


New Parent Reception

Tuesday, May 1st


Downtown Brown Bag Lunch

Wednesday, May 9th

12pm - 1am -- Off Campus


Pajama Picnic

Tuesday, May 22nd


June

Book Fair at Politics & Prose

Saturday, June 2nd


Global Women’s Issues and U.S. Foreign Policy: A Evening of Discussion with Rachel Vogelstein, Hosted by Dr. Val Wise



Join Dr. Val Wise and Rachel Vogelstein, Chair of the NCRC Board of Trustees, for an evening of discussion on Global Women’s Issues and U.S. Foreign Policy. Hosted by the Mom’s Team, the discussion is open to all NCRC parents. Space is limited, so please RSVP to reserve a spot.

When: Sunday, December 3rd

5:00pm – 6:30pm

Where: The Home of Dr. Val Wise

NW Washington DC

RSVP: Please click here to reserve a space

About Rachel Vogelstein is the Douglas Dillon Senior Fellow and Director of the Women and Foreign Policy program at the Council on Foreign Relations, and a Visiting Fellow at the Yale Law School Center for Global Legal Challenges, where her research is focused on the relationship between women's advancement and prosperity, stability, and security. For the past decade, she served as an advisor to Secretary Hillary Rodham Clinton on global and domestic women’s issues. From 2009 to 2012, she was Director of Policy and Senior Advisor in the Office of Global Women’s Issues within the Office of the Secretary of State at the U.S. Department of State, and a member of the White House Council on Women and Girls. Following her tenure at the State Department, she led women’s and girls’ programs in the Office of Hillary Clinton at the Clinton Foundation. Earlier in her career, she served as Senior Counsel at the National Women’s Law Center in Washington, DC, where she specialized in women’s health and reproductive rights in the United States. Vogelstein serves on the Planned Parenthood Global Advisory Board and the National Women's History Museum Advisory Council. She is the author of Ending Child Marriage (2013), Women's Participation in Conflict Prevention and Resolution (2016), and Building Inclusive Economies (2017).


Parent Discussions



Unique Paths to Parenthood: Adoption, Donors, and Surrogacy


Join us at NCRC on Wednesday, December 6 from 6:30pm - 8:30pm for dinner and conversation with our School Counselor, Judith Wides.

Kindly RSVP to Judith if you plan to attend.


Dinner & Conversation at Cafe Deluxe


Join us on the evening of April 25, 2018 at Cafe Deluxe (3228 Wisconsin Ave NW) for dinner and conversation with fellow NCRC parents.

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