WAC Magazine

November/December 2012

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BRIAN FRANCIS CLUB PROGRAMS 206.464.3060 • clubprograms@wac.net November SU M T W TH F SA 1 2 4 5 6 7 8 3 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 1 | Dia de los Muertos Celebration 1–11 | The Addams Family 6, 13, 20, 27 | WAC Toastmasters 8 | glassybaby 11 | Gingermania 12, 19, 26 | Jubilee Casino Dealer Training 16 | 63rd Mother Son Banquet "Urban Safari" New Year's Eve Party Monday, December 31 Dig out your dancing shoes, don your festive attire, and get ready for the WAC way to ring in the New Year. Your evening builds gradually from mild to wild with music, great food, no-host bars, interactive entertainment and the craziest favors you've never seen. Begin with great Pacific Northwest cuisine and the flavors of Executive Chef Eric Floyd's gala dinner and dessert buffets. While dining, dance to mellow background music; be wowed by hip, edgy tableside magician Nash Fung; or have fun creating your own New Year's Eve flipbooks. Next, the men of Le Faux, Seattle's No. 1 female-impersonation show, return with more performances as celebri- ty and musical icons. Finally, the Crystal Ballroom becomes a classy and colorful nightclub as the bash explodes with our party deejay; dance hits from the decades; a champagne toast; more confetti than you can imagine; and endless collectible party favors that light up, glow, spin or blink. Don't miss the last and most exciting party of the year! Groups of eight to 10 will be assigned reserved tables, so bring your friends, family and co-workers. WAC Parking validated. But when this party ends, why not let an elevator take you home? Spend the night at the Inn at the WAC. Reserve your room now at 206.464.3055. 8 pm–1 am; $125 per person; cancel by December 20 Tuesday, December 11 Friday, December 21 NEW Holiday Shoppers Teas Amid the flurry of planning, shopping and cooking for the holidays, take a moment to relax and celebrate the season at a Holiday Shoppers Tea. The WAC Traditions Committee invites you to enjoy pianist David Little as you delight in sweet and savory treats, including holiday cookies, mini desserts, fruit, cheese and other good- ies, along with a perfectly brewed cup of tea. Members are invited to reserve for one of two teas and may bring one guest. Advance reservations are a must. These popular teas fill quickly. Holiday Shoppers Teas are for adult members and their guests. Dress is business casual to holiday festive. 2–3:30 pm; complimentary; cancel by December 7 20 | 33rd Annual Seattle International Comedy Competition 30 | Elf—The Musical 30 | JUBILEE 83 PRE-SHOW HAPPY HOUR! NEW Thursday, January 17, 2013 Book of Mormon Pre-Func If you bought tickets to Broadway's hottest show, coming to Seattle in January—and more than a thousand WAC members did—join us for a Book of Mormon- inspired cocktail (or two), yummy preshow munchies, games, prizes, and even some show swag. Hagerty's Clubroom will play host to this social that will make the cre- ators of South Park and Book of Mormon proud. The soundtrack will be booming, and laughter will be flowing. There's no better way to gear up for the show every- one has been waiting for. Park at the WAC Garage after 5 pm and secure $7 parking for the entire evening. The Book of Mormon pre-func includes appetizers, one taboo cocktail, and a sought-after Book of Mormon swag bag. Be sure to reserve for this preshow happy hour that's certain to leave you in the best of spirits for the Broadway hit Seattle can't wait to see. Pre-show happy hour is only being offered for ticket-holders on this date. 5:30–7 pm; $20; cancel by January 10 NOVEMBER / DECEMBER 2012 | Washington Athletic Club Magazine | 33

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