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The Oxford and Cambridge University Boat Race Dinner. Sunday 31 March 2013

The Oxford and Cambridge University Boat Race Dinner. Sunday 31 March 2013

Come and join us watch the annual Cambridge vs. Oxford Boat Race. After last year’s strange happening, Oxford is planning to even the total score, but can Cambridge beat them?

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The event will be held on:

Sunday 31 March 2013
from 16:30 to 21:00 pm

(welcome from 16:30 pm, watch race live on TV at 17:30 pm, dinner at 18:15 pm)

at the Royal Dutch Sailing and Rowing Club, Muiden

Koninklijke Nederlandsche Zeil- & Roeivereeniging
Westzeedijk 7
1398 BB Muiden
Website: www.knzrv.nl

Cost: €40 per member, €15 per child (special menu). A member can also bring one guest for the same price €40, however additional guests or non-members pay €45. In case you wish to join the society at the same time as booking for this event, please add the membership fee to your booking slip; the new membership will then be valid for the whole of the next academic year.

A two-course dinner (incl. one glass of wine or soft drink) will be served after the race. First course: crayfish soup and salad. Second course: veal sucade or cod, seasonal vegetables and chips. Coffee and tea (incl. cake & chocolates) will be served after the dinner. A vegetarian option is available. Please give your preferences on the booking slip, or mention “vegetarian” or “child” if applicable! All other drinks are to be paid for at the bar.

It is hoped that we shall have a big and partisan crowd for this most typical of Oxford and Cambridge Alumni events. To register, please fill in and return the accompanying booking slip by e-mail to secretary@oxbridge-nl.com and make your corresponding payment by bank transfer to the society’s bank account, details of which are on the home page. You are most welcome to bring any guests and children.

Download Application Form Here