The U.S. Capitol Dome – secrets spilled at Cal Club dinner
U.S. Capitol Fellow Katya Miller will be the speaker at the Cal Alumni Club Saddle Club Dinner on Feb. 20.
“The Secret atop the U.S. Capitol Dome” will be Miller’s topic, speaking about the Statue of Freedom erected on the Capitol dome in 1863, which was hidden in plain site during the Civil War. Miller’s talk will be accompanied by a dinner, with cocktails starting at 5 p.m. and dinner at 6 p.m.
Celebrate the winter season with Cal alumni, sipping cocktails by the fire and partaking in a delicious meal in the Wild Oak Saddle Club clubhouse with a spectacular view of the Trione Polo field. All alumni are welcome, and non-alumni, please consider becoming a “Friend of Cal” and enjoying all the club’s dinners and events.
The menu will include meatloaf, mashed potatoes and gravy, seasonal vegetables with a green salad and dessert. The price is $40 and includes cocktails before dinner, tax, and gratuity.
Reservations and prepayment must be made in advance by calling Linda Williams at 322-6272 by the deadline of Monday, Feb. 17. Linda will instruct you on prepayment to Wild Oak Saddle Club in the amount of $40 per guest and the address to send your check. Unfortunately, diners/members/guests sending checks without a call to Linda for the reservation count will be turned away.
Williams can also advise on how to become a “Friend of Cal” and enjoy all the club’s events.
The Wild Oak Saddle Club is located at 550 White Oak Drive.
To keep current on club activities, go to oakmontcalalums.org.