Belgium. Please join us for a barbeque in mid-June and a Family Day at the end of August; details will be forthcoming.
Boston. Join us for a progressive dinner on the North Shore on June 4. We shall start in Marblehead, progress along the Atlantic Ocean to Swampscott, and end on the beautiful tied island of Nahant. The dinner will be patriotically themed. On June 21, come with us to a performance of Matilda, a Tony award-winning musical. Our seats are towards the back of the orchestra section and offer a great view; club members can purchase tickets for $85 (a savings of $25 off the box-office price), and non-members, $100 ($10 savings). For more information on both events, contact email@example.com.
Bucks County. Join us on May 17 to welcome Dr. Campbell Grey LPS’14, an associate professor of classical studies. He will discuss life as a college-house dean and the social experiment of raising your family in that environment; this promises to be an informative discussion of the college-house system. On June 6, join us as to welcome the newest generation of Quakers from Bucks County at our annual summer send-off celebration. This is a great family event and a way to learn more about the Penn Alumni Interview Program. We hope to see you there! To RSVP for either event and for additional information, visit www.alumni.upenn.edu/pennbuckscounty.
Central New Jersey. Spend the day at the beach with other alumni: join us on May 22 at Pier Village in Long Branch; a reception follows at It’s Greek to Me, 2-4pm. Visit our website for more information, www.alumni.upenn.edu/centralnj.
Chicago. Join us on July 10 to help plan scientific and cultural events for the upcoming year: we meet at 11am for brunch at Terzo Piano, third floor of the Art Institute. For more information, contact Carolyn Boiarsky CW’63 at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Fairfield County. Please join us on May 24 for dinner and an evening with Dr. John Jackson, Penn’s first PIK professor and the dean of the School of Social Policy and Practice. A noted cultural anthropologist, he has written and teaches about the impact of mass media on urban life, globalization, the remaking of ethnic and racial diasporas, and racialization and media technology. Also an accomplished filmmaker, he is one of the creators of CAMRA, a Penn interdisciplinary group for participatory, experimental media-making. Dinner location and more details to come soon. For more information, contact email@example.com.
Korea. Please join us at the 55th Penn Forum; the program will begin at 7am at the Lotte Hotel on July 6.
Metro New Jersey. Join us on June 8 for annual spring dinner, featuring Penn Law Professor Kermit Roosevelt III. Visit www.pennclubmetronj.com to learn the latest information on our club and to register for this event or any other. To obtain more information about this and other programs, contact Club President Debbie Zajkowski W’86 at firstname.lastname@example.org.
New York. After a history of successful such events, we are hosting a spring Meals on Heels volunteer event on June 25. (This does not involved wearing high heels: comfortable walking shoes only, please!) We will be hand-delivering nutritious meals on foot to homebound senior citizens. The PennNYC team will meet at the Carter Burden Center, 351 East 74th Street, at 10am. With everything done by noon, join us for a casual brunch in the neighborhood to meet and mingle with fellow Quakers. RSVP to Jesse Tendler EAS’03 W’03, at email@example.com for more information.
Philadelphia. Join us and the Penn Alumni Families Program for Penn Alumni Family Night on June 29, 7—9pm, at Scoop DeVille (1215 Walnut Street), owned by Spencer Philips C’08. $7 for all-you-can-eat ice cream, chocolate fondue, and more! For details, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Portland. Club members continue to celebrate winning the Ben’s Birthday Happy Hour photo contest! This June, we shall once again present book awards to four deserving seniors at four high schools in our area. At our annual Summer Lawn Party in July, alumni and friends will have a chance to meet the incoming Oregon and SW Washington members of the Penn Class of 2020. Michael McGarry C’86 continues to organize the All-Ivy Networking Events, which are typically on the fourth Thursday of each month. Please check our website (www.pennclubofportland.org) for details and more news.