Penn Today | An evening for all Penn alumni, family, and friends.
Join us for a reception, with updates about Penn from John H. Zeller, vice president of Development and Alumni Relations, and Hoopes Wampler GrEd’13, assistant vice president of Alumni Relations.
Denver Mon., April 20 | Phoenix Tues., April 21
Stay tuned to www.alumni.upenn.edu for more details.
Boston. We have dozens of events lined up for this spring; visit our website for details, www.pennclubofboston.org.
Chicago. We are to celebrate the sixth-month anniversary of the Penn Chi Town Connection! Join over 125 Chicago alumni and meet a new alum each month. Full information at our website or contact Eric Wu W’04, VP of networking, with any questions: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Fairfield County. Join us on Wed., May 6, for an intriguing evening with Dr. Robert Kurzban as he discusses his new book,Why Everyone (Else) Is a Hypocrite: Evolution and the Modular Mind. For details, check our website www.pennclubfairfield.org or our Facebook page, Penn Club of Fairfield County.
Louisiana. We are looking forward to our spring programs. For details, like us on Facebook, PennClubOfLouisiana, or email Austin Lavin C’06, club president, at Penncluboflouisiana@gmail.com.
Melbourne. Join us for our regular happy hours and other events. Contact Ann Byrne CW’75, email@example.com, for details and to be put on the email list.
Metro New Jersey. Join us for dinner in Bergen County, Fri., March 27, at 7pm, and we will be entertained by the lovely voices of the Penn Keynotes (for details, www.pennclubmetronj.com). On Sat., April 25, we have the Penn Cares Community Service Day, 8—11am, at the Community Food Bank, 31 Evans Terminal Road, Hillside. And on Tues., April 28, we hold our members-only Selective College Admissions Night, 7—9pm; with a speaker from Penn’s Admissions Office; the contact is Sue Wishnow C’86 at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Miami. For our upcoming exciting events, visit www.pennclubmiami.com.
Northern California. Join us in our new adventures, including the Start-Up series, Mobile Tech socials, Penntertainment events, and North Bay and South Bay activities. Make sure you are registered on www.ncpennclub.com to receive invitations or to help on any of our new events: email us via the website.
New York. We have four great events in April. Capture Artisan Wine Tour: sip and socialize with fellow Quakers at the Waterfront, 224 12th Ave., on Fri., April 24 (7-10pm), and Sat., April 25 (12-3pm & 7-10pm) http://bitly.com/1L1CJVP. A Family Frolic at the Liberty Science Center, Jersey City, followed by Zeppelin Hall, on Sat., April 25 (10am-3pm & 7-10pm); register by April 3 at email@example.com. Soccer Sunday at the Red Bull Arena, 600 Cape May St., Harrison, N.J., on Sun., April 26; starting at 5pm, watch a live match when the Red Bulls go against the LA Galaxy. Tickets are $25 and can be bought at http://bit.ly/LANYRB042615. Happy-Hour Fundraiser. Join us at City Crab, 235 Park Ave. South, on April 28, 6—9pm, and drink a highball to charity. For details and to RSVP, firstname.lastname@example.org.
San Antonio. For our monthly luncheon series, join us at Cocina Heritage on Fri., April 17. Look for details in your listserv email, on our Facebook page, or www.alumni.upenn.edu/pennsanantonio.
Sarasota. We have two luncheon meetings: (1) at the Sara Bay Country Club on March 20, David Montgomery C’68 WG’70 will speak on “The Phillies and Their Future Prospects”; (2) at Salute! on April 9, Jeff Tibbs WG’06 will offer some “Observations and Predictions about the Economy.” There is a $22 charge, but reservations are required for non-members; for details, contact Valerie Grey at email@example.com or (941) 484-7834.
Singapore. We shall hold a reception for alumni interviewers and newly admitted students on Wed., April 4 (time, tbd), at 21 Nassim Road, Nassim Park Residences (258462). For details or to RSVP, email firstname.lastname@example.org.