Wednesday, May 1, 2013
Spring Luncheon for Members and their guests
Africa Room, Student Union, Duquesne Campus
11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Social hour
12:00 p.m. - 12:45 p.m. Catered Luncheon
12:45 p.m. - 1:30 p.m. Speaker, Master Gardener, Betty Robison
"OUTWIT, OUTLAST, OUTPLAY CRITTERS IN YOUR GARDEN"
Luncheon is $20 per person
Free parking in the Duquesne garage
For reservation and menu information please contact:
Norma Coleman: firstname.lastname@example.org
June 5-6 2013
AN OVERNIGHT ADVENTURE!!
LANCASTER'S "SIGHT AND SOUND THEATER" will present NOAH
Be prepared to embark on a journey with Noah and his family as they answer the call of God and build an arc in a land that has never seen rain! Watch as hundreds of animals enter and live inside the great ark that surrounds the audience on three sides. Forty feet tall sets, soaring angels and a message of hope make NOAH a MUST to see! Please join DURA members and friends as they travel on this incredible journey!
Departure: June 5th, 8:00 a.m. from the Duquesne Palumbo Center
(7:00 a.m. if departing from the Lenzner terminal)
Return home: June 6th- arrive at the Palumbo Center around 6:00 p.m.
Cost: $206 (based on double occupancy) The cost of the trip will include transportation, lodging, one breakfast, one dinner, the included activities, reserved seating at NOAH, baggage handling and taxes.
The amount may be paid in installments: $100 deposit due April 15th, with balance due on May 1st
Parking is free if you leave your car at the Lenzner terminal. If you park in the Duquesne garage DURA will provide you with one day's parking but you will be responsible for the fee for the second day of parking.
(Some details may change!)
lunch stop at the Rockville Outlets with some free time to shop.
Play - Noah (Included)
Miller's Smorgasbord for dinner (included)
Lodging at La Quinta Hotel (included)
continental breakfast at the hotel (included)
lunch stop at the Kettle Kitchen Village - The Intercoourse Canning Company
For more detailed information, please check the flyer. If you did not recieve a flyer and need more information, please contact:
Nancy Jacobs: email@example.com or Marianne Caspary: firstname.lastname@example.org
Recent Prior Events
Christmas Luncheon, December 4th, 2012
A delicious hot luncheon was served to DURA members and their guests. The tables looked festive with beautiful poinsettas and lovely Christmas favors on all the tables, thus creating a festive feel to the event. There were wonderful prizes, good food and great entertainment. Jack Puskar, who with his mastery on guitar, performed an Irish Christmas program. He sang beautiful Irish and taditional carols along with some fun songs to keep everyone clapping and singing along! He also offered some good old Irish tales and ballads. A delightful end to a good year and a party filled with all the guests exchanging thier best wishes to all for a happy and healthy New Year.
Fall 2012 Bus Trip, American Mountain Theater, Elkins West Virginia, October 23, 2012
Members along with family and friends motored to Elkins, West Virginia to theAMERICAN MOUNTAIN THEATER to enjoy Branson style entertainment. It was a really enjoyable afternoon of quality entertainment. Prior to the show the group visited the GRACELAND MANSION on the campus of the Davis & Elkins College. They were served a delicious luncheon in the red-oak dining room of the restored Victorain mansion. The mansion was surrounded by fall flowers all in bloom. The views from the mansion of the surrounding mountains was breathtaking!! It was a pleasant trip and a wonderful way to spend a beautiful fall day, a day filled with great entertainment, good food, and best of all, fun with dear friends.
Spring Luncheon at Duquesne University April 25, 2012
The lunch was followed by a presentation on "Warbler's". The power point presentation was given by Prof. William Switala and included beautiful photos of the many varieties of Warbler's.
Bus Trip to The Packard Music Hall May 7, 2012
A bus filled with DURA members and their guests motored to the Packard Music Hall in Warren, Ohio.
Over a delicious hot lunch DURA members and their guests chatted, made new friends, and got reaquainted with former friends and co-workers. An afternoon followed that was filled with nostalgic music from THE FOUR COINS, THE FOUR LADS, and rousing interactive entertainment by THE DRIFTERS. Feet were tapping, hands were clapping, and the crowd was singing along to many of the old songs they grew up with. All were transported back to those carefree days of youth! The patriotic medleys reminded all of the sacrifices of our veterans and appreciation of our freedoms!