Saturday, October 9, 2021 - 12:00pm to 4:00pm
640 Rhode Island, NE | Washington DC

Save the date! Join the Terps in DC on October 9th at metrobar from 12pm-4pm for a celebrity guest bartending event and game watch to benefit the Jordan McNair Foundation. While the Maryland vs. Ohio State football game plays from the TVs, behind the bar, you'll find notable members of the University of Maryland community serving you refreshing drinks from Terp-owned breweries and distilleries. Bartenders include:

- Ellis McKennie '18, '20, 2019 All Big Ten honoree and 2019 Football Captain
- Robert Klemko '10, Washington Post reporter
-Evan Lambert `10, DC Bureau Correspondent for NewsNation

Enjoy specials on drinks, food from The District Pit and tickets to the charity raffle. All proceeds from ticket sales, bartending tips, raffle and merchandise sales will go directly to the Jordan McNair Foundation. Tickets are $25 for Alumni Association Members and $35 for non-members.

Tickets Include:

- Entrance to the event with celebrity guest bartenders
- Discounted drinks from Maryland-owned breweries and distilleries from 12-4
- One food platter from District Pit BBQ ($25 value, vegetarian options available)
- One 4oz tasting from the Maryland-owned brewery of your choice
- One raffle ticket for prizes that include The Jordan McNair Foundation swag bags, Wizards, Capitals and Maryland tickets, gift cards to local establishments, and more!

Kids are welcome with accompanying adult, and pets are welcome as well!
RSVP by: 
October 7

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About the Jordan McNair Foundation:

The Jordan McNair Foundation was established in June 2018 by Tonya Wilson & Martin “Marty” McNair following the death of their beloved son Jordan Martin Mcnair, an offensive lineman for the University of Maryland. Jordan’s untimely death was the result of a heatstroke he suffered during an organized offseason team workout.
Jordan’s death spurred into action the need to create a Foundation that would educate student athletes, parents, and the football community at large on the signs and symptoms of heatstroke and heat-related illnesses. With the right information, students and all involved in the athletic community can make informed decisions regarding the health and safety of all athletes. One life lost is one life too many and the Jordan McNair Foundation aims to reduce the occurrence of heatstroke and heat-related illnesses in student athletes.


About metrobar:
Connecting the District’s eight wards, Terp-owned metrobar is an 11,000sf outdoor bar and cultural venue featuring a refurbished Metro railcar. The drink menu is a curation of exclusively local DC-area spirits, beer, and wine, with a rotation of tasty food trucks. Open Thursday-Sunday at 640 Rhode Island Ave NE, adjacent to the Rhode Island Ave Metro and Metropolitan Branch Trail in the new Bryant Street development.

Alumni Association COVID-19 Policy
The University of Maryland Alumni Association is committed to providing a safe and comfortable environment for all alumni, members, and friends. The Alumni Association will adhere to any and all university, state and local government regulations when conducting in-person events. To attend an Alumni Association event, attendees must read, acknowledge and agree to the Alumni Association covid policy during the registration process.