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Mothers Day Brunch at the Nixon Library

May 08, 2016@11:00 AM

Inaugural Mother's Day Brunch at the Nixon Library

Treat your mom to an elegant buffett brunch in the magnificent White House East Room!

  • Presidential red carpet arrival
  • Breakfast, carving, salad and dessert stations
  • Complimentary glass of champagne for each adult (21 and over)
  • Complimentary red rose to each mother in attendance
  • Live musical entertainment

Private tables available for groups of 6-8. Groups of less than six will be seated with other parties. Brunch followed by tours of the First Lady's Gardens, the President's Birthplace, the Memorial Sites of President and Mrs. Nixon, the Presidential Helicopter and Reflecting Pool.

Check in begins at 10:30 a.m. Brunch served at 11:00 a.m.

Adults: $55, Kids (10 and under): $25, Under 2: Free (Gratuity Included)

 Please call 714-364-1161 for more information.

Meet Ambassador Zalmay Khalilzad

May 10, 2016@7:00 PM


Former U.S. Ambassador to Afghanistan, Iraq and the United Nations under President George W. Bush

Author of The Envoy: From Kabul to the White House, My Journey Through a Turbulent World

Under President George W. Bush, Zalmay Khalilzad represented the U.S. as Ambassador to Afghanistan, Iraq and the United Nations in the years following the 9/11 attacks. In Afghanistan and Iraq, he helped craft two constitutions and forged governing coalitions. As U.N. Ambassador, he used his unique personal diplomacy to advance U.S. interests and values.

The Middle East expert is coming to the Nixon Library to talk his extraordinary career and examine America’s role in the region over the last three decades.

Part memoir, part record of a political insider, and part expert analysis of the Middle East, Khalilzad’s new book, The Envoy arrives in time for the critical foreign policy discussions of the 2016 election.

Meet James Rosebush

May 19, 2016@7:00 PM


Free Event Admission

White House Chief of Staff to First Lady Nancy Reagan

Author of the new biography, True Reagan: What Made Ronald Reagan Great and Why It Matters

As an assistant to President Reagan and Chief of Staff to First Lady Nancy Reagan, James Rosebush knew the Reagans like few others.

He will recount his first-hand experiences to examine Mrs. Reagan's legacy and how she'll be remembered as one of the most influential modern First Ladies.