WhereNational Union Building
918 F St NW
Washington, DC 20004
Please join us to toast a combined 75 years of incredible work at CEI by Christine Hall, Marlo Lewis, Ryan Lynch, and Iain Murray!
With live bluegrass and Americana music by Old Town Tradition, featuring Pamela Ferguson, Marlo Lewis, Brian Renzella, Evan Sands, and John Wentz.
When: Thursday, July 27, 2023, 6:30 – 8:30 pm
Where: National Union Building, 918 F St NW, Washington, D.C.
Parking recommendations: Street parking is available after 6:30 pm.
Colonial Parking at Lincoln Square, 555 11th St NW, costs $12 after 5 pm and stays open until 1 am.
Invite only. Questions? Email [email protected].
The National Union Building, a Romanesque Revival structure built in 1890 for the National Union Fire Insurance Company, “vividly recalls the commercial life of downtown Washington in the late nineteenth century.”
The reception will be held on the second floor of the building designed by Glenn Brown, architect and author of the two-volume History of the United States Capitol. A rebel in his own right, Brown rejected the classical training he received at M.I.T. and chose to follow H. H. Richardson, a pioneer of the Romanesque Revival and modern American architectural style, whose designs were “not limited and bound by rules and regulation.”