SWINE Meeting April 5th

Got a SWINE announcement in email:


You are cordially invited to attend the next meeting of the East Point Loma Chapter of SWINE.

When? Thursday, April 5th 2007

Wine Imbibing begins at 7:30 and the lecture begins at 8:00 (We only have the facility until 10:00pm)

Where? Hubbs Sea World Research Institute in the Shedd Auditorium (San Diego, CA)

Our illustrious speaker is:

Brent S. Stewart, Ph.D., J.D.
Senior Research Biologist
Hubbs-SeaWorld Research Institute

Our Lecture Topic is:

“The baiji, formerly a living fossil, and the whale (not) shark, aka biggest fish on the planet”

Come find out the answers to these questions at the next east Point Loma Chapter of SWINE.

What to bring? Bring wine, bring cheese, chips & dips, and other munchies also appreciated.

Who’s invited? Interested scholars and those interested in scholars.

Driving Instructions:

>From Interstate 5: Exit at Sea World Drive, bear right onto Ingraham St. and turn right at the first stoplight at Perez Cove Way. Hubbs is located on your immediate left and the Shedd Auditorium can be found just inside of the front entrance.

>From Interstate 8: Take 8 west to the Mission Bay Dr./Sports Arena Blvd. exit, turn right. Turn right at the first stoplight at Perez Cove Way.

>From San Diego International Airport (Lindbergh Field): Take Harbor Dr. to Nimitz which Blvd. Remain on Nimitz which turns into Sunset Cliffs Blvd. Take Ingrahm St./W. Mission Bay Dr. exit. Stay in the same lane until the first stoplight; turn right onto Perez Cove Way.

*Scholar’s Wine Imbibing Nocturnal Enclave:
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Wesley R. Elsberry

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