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    Hall of Nations; International Cottages at Balboa Park

    • What we'll do Members of House of England gather on the first Tuesday of each month for a light supper followed by a lively business meeting and an activity related to growing up in England (or Wales or somewhere nearby). You don't have to be a member of the House of England to attend our meetings (membership is only $15 a year). Check out what we do and learn about the many events you too can take part in to celebrate being English or being associated with and interested in things and people who are English. Note that the meetings are held at the Hall of Nations, not at the cottage. • What to bring We ask for a small donation--$3 or $5--to cover the cost of the meal. Bring a bottle of wine if you'd like. Tea, water, and lemonade will be served. Sorry, no coffee. We're British, after all. • Important to know Members of the House of England take turns serving as hosts in the HOE cottage of the International cottages every Saturday and Sunday afternoon. In addition to being open every weekend, the House holds a lawn program each spring and takes part in the annual December Nights.

  • Check out House of England in Balboa Park

    Hall of Nations; International Cottages at Balboa Park

    • What we'll do Members of House of England gather on the first Tuesday of each month for a light supper followed by a lively business meeting and an activity related to growing up in England (or Wales or somewhere nearby). You don't have to be a member of the House of England to attend our meetings (membership is only $15 a year). Check out what we do and learn about the many events you too can take part in to celebrate being English or being associated with and interested in things and people who are English. Note that the meetings are held at the Hall of Nations, not at the cottage. • What to bring We ask for a small donation--$3 or $5--to cover the cost of the meal. Bring a bottle of wine if you'd like. Tea, water, and lemonade will be served. Sorry, no coffee. We're British, after all. • Important to know Members of the House of England take turns serving as hosts in the HOE cottage of the International cottages every Saturday and Sunday afternoon. In addition to being open every weekend, the House holds a lawn program each spring and takes part in the annual December Nights.

  • Check out House of England in Balboa Park

    Hall of Nations; International Cottages at Balboa Park

    • What we'll do Members of House of England gather on the first Tuesday of each month for a light supper followed by a lively business meeting and an activity related to growing up in England (or Wales or somewhere nearby). You don't have to be a member of the House of England to attend our meetings (membership is only $15 a year). Check out what we do and learn about the many events you too can take part in to celebrate being English or being associated with and interested in things and people who are English. Note that the meetings are held at the Hall of Nations, not at the cottage. • What to bring We ask for a small donation--$3 or $5--to cover the cost of the meal. Bring a bottle of wine if you'd like. Tea, water, and lemonade will be served. Sorry, no coffee. We're British, after all. • Important to know Members of the House of England take turns serving as hosts in the HOE cottage of the International cottages every Saturday and Sunday afternoon. In addition to being open every weekend, the House holds a lawn program each spring and takes part in the annual December Nights.

  • Check out House of England in Balboa Park

    Hall of Nations; International Cottages at Balboa Park

    • What we'll do Members of House of England gather on the first Tuesday of each month for a light supper followed by a lively business meeting and an activity related to growing up in England (or Wales or somewhere nearby). You don't have to be a member of the House of England to attend our meetings (membership is only $15 a year). Check out what we do and learn about the many events you too can take part in to celebrate being English or being associated with and interested in things and people who are English. Note that the meetings are held at the Hall of Nations, not at the cottage. • What to bring We ask for a small donation--$3 or $5--to cover the cost of the meal. Bring a bottle of wine if you'd like. Tea, water, and lemonade will be served. Sorry, no coffee. We're British, after all. • Important to know Members of the House of England take turns serving as hosts in the HOE cottage of the International cottages every Saturday and Sunday afternoon. In addition to being open every weekend, the House holds a lawn program each spring and takes part in the annual December Nights.

  • Check out House of England in Balboa Park

    Hall of Nations; International Cottages at Balboa Park

    • What we'll do Members of House of England gather on the first Tuesday of each month for a light supper followed by a lively business meeting and an activity related to growing up in England (or Wales or somewhere nearby). You don't have to be a member of the House of England to attend our meetings (membership is only $15 a year). Check out what we do and learn about the many events you too can take part in to celebrate being English or being associated with and interested in things and people who are English. Note that the meetings are held at the Hall of Nations, not at the cottage. • What to bring We ask for a small donation--$3 or $5--to cover the cost of the meal. Bring a bottle of wine if you'd like. Tea, water, and lemonade will be served. Sorry, no coffee. We're British, after all. • Important to know Members of the House of England take turns serving as hosts in the HOE cottage of the International cottages every Saturday and Sunday afternoon. In addition to being open every weekend, the House holds a lawn program each spring and takes part in the annual December Nights.

  • Check out House of England in Balboa Park

    Hall of Nations; International Cottages at Balboa Park

    • What we'll do Members of House of England gather on the first Tuesday of each month for a light supper followed by a lively business meeting and an activity related to growing up in England (or Wales or somewhere nearby). You don't have to be a member of the House of England to attend our meetings (membership is only $15 a year). Check out what we do and learn about the many events you too can take part in to celebrate being English or being associated with and interested in things and people who are English. Note that the meetings are held at the Hall of Nations, not at the cottage. • What to bring We ask for a small donation--$3 or $5--to cover the cost of the meal. Bring a bottle of wine if you'd like. Tea, water, and lemonade will be served. Sorry, no coffee. We're British, after all. • Important to know Members of the House of England take turns serving as hosts in the HOE cottage of the International cottages every Saturday and Sunday afternoon. In addition to being open every weekend, the House holds a lawn program each spring and takes part in the annual December Nights.

  • Check out House of England in Balboa Park

    Hall of Nations; International Cottages at Balboa Park

    • What we'll do Members of House of England gather on the first Tuesday of each month for a light supper followed by a lively business meeting and an activity related to growing up in England (or Wales or somewhere nearby). You don't have to be a member of the House of England to attend our meetings (membership is only $15 a year). Check out what we do and learn about the many events you too can take part in to celebrate being English or being associated with and interested in things and people who are English. Note that the meetings are held at the Hall of Nations, not at the cottage. • What to bring We ask for a small donation--$3 or $5--to cover the cost of the meal. Bring a bottle of wine if you'd like. Tea, water, and lemonade will be served. Sorry, no coffee. We're British, after all. • Important to know Members of the House of England take turns serving as hosts in the HOE cottage of the International cottages every Saturday and Sunday afternoon. In addition to being open every weekend, the House holds a lawn program each spring and takes part in the annual December Nights.

  • Check out House of England in Balboa Park

    Hall of Nations; International Cottages at Balboa Park

    • What we'll do Members of House of England gather on the first Tuesday of each month for a light supper followed by a lively business meeting and an activity related to growing up in England (or Wales or somewhere nearby). You don't have to be a member of the House of England to attend our meetings (membership is only $15 a year). Check out what we do and learn about the many events you too can take part in to celebrate being English or being associated with and interested in things and people who are English. Note that the meetings are held at the Hall of Nations, not at the cottage. • What to bring We ask for a small donation--$3 or $5--to cover the cost of the meal. Bring a bottle of wine if you'd like. Tea, water, and lemonade will be served. Sorry, no coffee. We're British, after all. • Important to know Members of the House of England take turns serving as hosts in the HOE cottage of the International cottages every Saturday and Sunday afternoon. In addition to being open every weekend, the House holds a lawn program each spring and takes part in the annual December Nights.

  • Check out House of England in Balboa Park

    Hall of Nations; International Cottages at Balboa Park

    • What we'll do Members of House of England gather on the first Tuesday of each month for a light supper followed by a lively business meeting and an activity related to growing up in England (or Wales or somewhere nearby). You don't have to be a member of the House of England to attend our meetings (membership is only $15 a year). Check out what we do and learn about the many events you too can take part in to celebrate being English or being associated with and interested in things and people who are English. Note that the meetings are held at the Hall of Nations, not at the cottage. • What to bring We ask for a small donation--$3 or $5--to cover the cost of the meal. Bring a bottle of wine if you'd like. Tea, water, and lemonade will be served. Sorry, no coffee. We're British, after all. • Important to know Members of the House of England take turns serving as hosts in the HOE cottage of the International cottages every Saturday and Sunday afternoon. In addition to being open every weekend, the House holds a lawn program each spring and takes part in the annual December Nights.

  • Check out House of England in Balboa Park

    Hall of Nations; International Cottages at Balboa Park

    • What we'll do Members of House of England gather on the first Tuesday of each month for a light supper followed by a lively business meeting and an activity related to growing up in England (or Wales or somewhere nearby). You don't have to be a member of the House of England to attend our meetings (membership is only $15 a year). Check out what we do and learn about the many events you too can take part in to celebrate being English or being associated with and interested in things and people who are English. Note that the meetings are held at the Hall of Nations, not at the cottage. • What to bring We ask for a small donation--$3 or $5--to cover the cost of the meal. Bring a bottle of wine if you'd like. Tea, water, and lemonade will be served. Sorry, no coffee. We're British, after all. • Important to know Members of the House of England take turns serving as hosts in the HOE cottage of the International cottages every Saturday and Sunday afternoon. In addition to being open every weekend, the House holds a lawn program each spring and takes part in the annual December Nights.