Belgian Salon at the Residence of the Ambassador of Belgium
Tuesday, February 27, 6:00-8:00pm
Ambassador Dirk Wouters and Mrs. Katrin Wouters are honored to invite Clemson alumni, parents and guests to a Belgian Salon! This special evening will take place at the Ambassador of Belgium’s residence, which is a stunning 26,000-square foot two-story mansion overlooking the Potomac River. The reception will feature remarks from Ambassador Wouters, a keynote address from Congressman Jeff Duncan ‘88, and a Q&A session. The evening would not be complete without Belgian beer, hors d’oeuvres and sweet treats.
We are always pleased to celebrate the connection between Clemson University and Belgium as our university’s founder, Thomas Green Clemson, was the chargé d’affaires of the United States to Belgium from 1844-1851. This exclusive event will surely be a night to remember!
Registration is just $25 for 2018 Clemson Club Members (members can bring one guest at an additional $25 registration fee). Not yet a member? Join at http://www.clemsonclub.org/membership/. Ambassador and Mrs. Wouters are generously hosting this reception. Registration fees will be applied to operational costs for the Clemson Club, and a portion will be donated to the Baltimore/DC Endowed Scholarship Fund on behalf of each registrant.
This very special event will sell out quickly, so register today at http://www.clemsonclub.org/belgian-salon/.
Questions? Contact Rachael Wiker at email@example.com.