Dallas Museum of Art Event Invite List and Update
December 28, 2018
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Dallas Museum of Art
On Friday, December 28, guests (as noted below) are invited to attend an exclusive evening at the Dallas Museum of Art. This marquee event will include a strolling dinner with Notre Dame friends and leadership. The event will be held from 8:30 to 10:30 p.m., and will include a special performance by Chloe Agnew. The Executive Officers and Notre Dame Leadership will attend the event.
- Fundraisers with benefactors confirmed are welcome to attend and must register in Beat by
Friday, Dec. 20th.
The following groups have received invitations for the event:
- Board of Trustees
- Campaign Cabinet
- $5M + donors
- $2.5M+ donors
- $1M+ donors
- Advisory Council members $750K
- Advisory Council members $5000K
- Advisory Council members $250K
- Advisory Council not already reflected in other groups
- Cavanaugh Council not already reflected in other groups
- President’s Circle not already reflected in other groups
- Jesse Harper
- Athletics Director Circle
For the complete list of guests who have received invitations to date, please reference the document located HERE. The list of guests who are confirmed have been entered into Beat. The deadline to R.S.V.P. for the event is Friday, December 19 at 2:00 p.m.
Important Event Information:
- Many guests will attend the Official Cotton Bowl Party at the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center prior to the Dallas Museum of Art event. Transportation will not be provided to the Museum from the Convention Center. Guests may choose to walk, Uber/Lyft or drive to the event.
- The Museum is a 1 mile/18 minute walk from the Convention Center.
- Self-parking is available at the Dallas Museum of Art for $12 per vehicle, guest pay. The parking garage entrance is located on Woodall Rodgers Freeway, between North St. Paul Street and North Harwood Street. Once parked, take the elevator to the first level of the Museum to enter the event.
- Guests arriving by foot, Uber, or Lyft will enter the Museum off of Harwood Street.
- The Adolphus Hotel is .6 mile/12 minute walk to/from the Dallas Museum of Art.
- Guests staying at the Four Seasons will be provided transportation from the hotel to the Official Cotton Bowl Party, and a separate shuttle will be provided for guests at the Four Seasons who will only attend the event at the Dallas Museum of Art event.
- Dress for the event is Tailgate Casual.
If you have any questions or need additional information, please contact Mary Andersen at 574.631.7971.
Please be sure to check your mailbox before leaving for Christmas break and forward all gifts to Donor Services for processing. You never know when a PC membership check or pledge payment may be included in a Christmas card!
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Please enjoy lunch from Panera Bread on Wednesday (Grace Hall) and Thursday (ESC) and know of our gratitude for your continued focus during this very busy time.
Wedesday, December 19 at Noon: Grace Hall 11th Floor Conference Room
Thursday, December 20 at Noon: Eddy Street Commons Family Room
Lunch will include soups, sandwiches, salads, chips, and cookies.
I am very pleased to announce that Tracy Rendall will be joining the University Relations team in the role of Senior Office Coordinator, 405 Main.
Tracy comes to us from the Keough School Dean’s Office where she was the Office Coordinator. She served as the first point of contact for visitors and guests and coordinated a wide range of operational support services for the Keough School. Prior to joining the Keough School, Tracy served as the Events Administrative Assistant for the Kellogg Institute for International Studies, and before coming to Notre Dame, Tracy served as a communications and outreach intern and customer service representative for the City of Chicago’s Department of Planning and Development.
Tracy holds a B.A. in Anthropology with a certificate in Political and Civic Engagement and a minor in International Studies from Indiana University Bloomington, where she was a McNair Scholar.
Thanks for joining me in welcoming Tracy to the team. Tracy’s first day will be Friday, December 21.
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