Club Filipino of Georgetown University with the Bohol Restoration Group, Inc. and the US-Philippines Society in cooperation with the Embassy of the Philippines
DATE/ TIME/ VENUE:
Sunday, November 2, 2014; 4:00 PM – 5:30 PM
Georgetown University – McNeir Hall
37th and O Streets NW
Washington, DC 20057
The event is a cultural presentation of specially arranged classical and Filipino love songs or “kundimans” to help support Club Filipino’s awarenss campaign and BRG’s efforts in restoration and cultural preservation for the damaged Jesuit-built historical churches affected by last year’s 7.2 earthquake and typhoon Haiyan in Bohol, Philippines.
Please click on one of the following buttons to purchase tickets.
Parking is located in the Leavey Center and in the Southwest Quadrangle, and they are within 5-10 minutes walking distance of McNeir Hall. There is also limited 2-hour parking available in the neighborhood outside the main gates of the University. Please note there may be fees for parking in the garages.
For a complete set of walking directions and images, please proceed to Georgetown University’s website.
Proceeds will support earthquake emergency restoration aid efforts for the damaged structures and historical churches of Bohol.