Join Us! EAI Jefferson Day Dinner, April 13

Thomas Jefferson

Thomas Jefferson

Come Join Us For The




“Vermont’s Jeffersonian Vision for Local Self Government”

A Dinner Talk by John McClaughry

Wednesday, April 13, 2016


at the Windjammer Restaurant

So. Burlington VT
Williston Road, ¼ mile east of I-89 Exit 14

Social hour at 6 pm,  Dinner at 7 pm
 ($50 per person)

Come enjoy an evening of good friends,
 good conversation, and good food!

CLICK to RSVP, or call 802-695-1448

Since his college days half a century ago, John McClaughry has been a student and acolyte of the career and philosophy of the author of the Declaration of Independence. For the past 22 years, the Ethan Allen Institute, founded on Jeffersonian principles, has sponsored a Jefferson observance during the month of Mr. Jefferson’s birthday, April 13, 1743.

For this year’s celebration, John will speak on “Vermont’s Jeffersonian Vision for Local Self- Government”. This topic is particularly relevant, since John has just completed his 50th year as Moderator of Kirby Town meeting.

This dinner will be an excellent opportunity for friends of the Institute to learn more about Mr. Jefferson’s political philosophy and its meaning for dwellers in the 21st Century, from a well informed and entertaining speaker.

Members, friends, guests and the general public are invited. Entrée choices are Prime Rib, Chicken Normandie, and Broiled Scallops, with unlimited salad bar, dessert and beverage. A cash bar will be available.

Reservations are required and may be made before April 11 by email to [email protected] or by phone at 802-695-1448. The ticket price is $50. Space is limited RSVP quickly!

We look forward to seeing you!

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