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September 2016

9/23/16 — 9/24/16
Campus in AutumnAlumni Fall Weekend
Providence, RI | Brown University
Calling all Brown volunteer leaders! You're invited to a special complimentary weekend packed with opportunities to get inspired with fresh ideas. You’ll make new and unexpected connections with a wide variety of alumni, swap tips, and give new meaning to the term “working vacation.” Think of it as volunteer bootcamp — minus the burpees! RSVP/Info: Online.

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9/24/16
Football Game/Annual Class of ’61 Get Together
Football Game Providence, RI | Brown Class of 1961
2:00 pm - Brown vs. Harvard Football Game
4:00 pm - Annual Class of ’61 Gathering
Cheer on the Brown Bears as they go head to head with Harvard! After, enjoy refreshments and catch up with the class of 1961. This event is being hosted at the home of Melvyn Blake ’61 and Patricia Blake ’61. Cost: Free. Directions/Contact/RSVP: Melvyn Blake ’61.

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9/24/16
Thayer Street Class Pub Night: Return to Thayer Street
Providence, RI | Brown Alumni Association
5:00 – 7:00 pm
Classes of ’00s-2016: English Cellar Alehouse, 165 Angell Street
Classes of the ’90s: Café Paragon, 234 Thayer Street
Classes of the ’80s: Café Paragon, 234 Thayer Street
Class of the ’50s, ’60s & ’70s: Kartabar, 284 Thayer Street
Enjoy complimentary appetizers with the company of great schoolmates and Brown friends before heading over to the BCSC 40th Anniversary Block Party. No RSVP required. Hugs optional.

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9/27/16
Happy Hour in San Diego
Del Mar Del Mar, CA | Brown Class of San Diego
6:00 - 8:00 pm, Il'Fornaio Restaurant, 1555 Camino Del Mar, Suite 301, Del Mar, CA 92014
Witness the gorgeous and indescribable San Diego sunset from the Enoteca Terrace. Reunite with fellow alumni and enjoy complimentary appetizers. Cost: Free; cash bar. RSVP: by 9/25 Online. Questions/Contact: Alex Szabo.

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9/28/16
The Journey from Brown to Bern
Saconnex, Switzerland | Brown Club of Switzerland
6:30 - 8:30 pm, 11 route des Morillons CH 1218 Le Grand Saconnex, Switzerland (Rousseau), Room 425
Suzan “Suzi” LeVine was sworn in as the United States Ambassador to Switzerland and Liechtenstein on May 30, 2014. She took up her position in Bern on June 2, 2014. Prior to joining the U.S. Government, Suzi focused on education in both her professional and volunteer life. From 2006-2013, she served as the co-founder and then chairperson of the advisory board for the Institute for Learning and Brain Sciences (I-LABS) at the University of Washington – one of the world’s leading early learning research institutes. Join guest speaker Suzan G.LeVine '93 as she shares her Brown to Bern journey! Cost: $35 CHF ($35.60 US). RSVP: By 9/23 to Clara Mathieu Gotch.

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9/29/16
Ivy+ Mixer
Rooftop Mixer Fort Worth, Texas | Ivy+
5 - 7:00 pm, 310 Houston Street, Fort Worth, (Sundance Square)
Kick off the academic year with an Ivy Plus mixer. Lets celebrate fall in downtown Fort Worth at Reata's rooftop bar. If you've never been, the view of Ft. Worth and Sundance Square is amazing, Enjoy the rooftop bar and the food isn't half bad either! RSVP: Online.

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October 2016

10/1/16
8th Annual Membership Reception
Washington D.C. | Brown Club of D.C.
Panelists 1:00 - 4:00 pm, National Press CLub (near Metro Center), 529 14th Street NW, Washington, DC, 20045
Reconnect with fellow Brown alumni, hear from a panel of distinguished foreign policy experts, and renew your membership to the Brown Club of DC (BCDC)! The reception will be followed by a panel discussion with ample opportunity for Q&A. Panelists  include Ambassador Richard G. Olson ‘81, U.S. special representative to Afghanistan and Pakistan; Edward Steinfeld, director of Brown's Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs; David S. Rohde ‘90, two-time Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative journalist for Thomson Reuters and a former New York Times reporter; and Jennifer Klein ’87, advisor to Hillary Clinton on Women and Girls Issues (not pictured). Cost: $20-40. Purchase tickets here. The Brown Club of DC is offering a 50% discount on membership with the purchase of a ticket! Contact: For questions, please reach out to membership co-chairs Mary Yang ‘13 and Cris Sales ‘90.

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10/6/16
An Evening with President Christina Paxson
La Jolla, CA | Brown University
President Paxson 6:00 pm, Address will be provided upon RSVP
You’re invited to attend an evening with President Christina Paxson. This event is graciously hosted by Alon Garay ’79, P’16 ’20 and Patti Garay P’16 ’20. Enjoy a special presentation followed by Q&A with President Paxson. Savor complimentary cocktails and hors d'oeuvres. Cost: Free. Questions/RSVP: By 9/22, Lee Lancaster via email at Special_Events@brown.edu or phone at 401-863-6010.

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10/7/16
Ivy League+ Career Expo
Denver, CO | Brown Clubs
4:00 - 7:00 pm, Career Expo, The University Club, 1673 Sherman St., Denver, CO, 80203 
6:30 - 8:00 pm, Networking and Happy Hour
Kick start your career at the fourth annual Ivy League+ Career Expo! The Expo connects employers with local Ivy+ talent. This year’s expo has powerful new tools to help you find the right match. Meet employers who appreciate all that Ivy+ professionals bring to the table. Keynote speaker Darrius Pelissier will address the ins and outs of attracting and retaining top-notch millennial talent. Drinks will be served. Dress for success! Cost: Free. RSVP: Online. Contact: Alexandra Katich ’09.

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10/8/16
SAVE THE DATE!
Crimea: A Historical Perspective

Minneapolis, MN | Brown Club of Minnesota
6:00 - 8:00 pm, 1011 Washington Avenue, South Minneapolis, MN 55415
The Brown club of Minnesota welcomes you to The Open Book building for a presentation on Crimea. Macalester professor James von Geldern will speak on the history of Crimea and its implications for today. Professor von Geldern is chair of Russian Studies at Macalester College. Enjoy an ambience of sunlit rooms, subtle hints of history, and a palpable creative vibe. RSVP: TBD.

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10/19/16
Martinis in Manhattan
New York, NY | Brown Club in New York
Martinis in Manhattan 7:00 - 10:00 pm, Upper Story by Charlie Palmer D&D Building, 14th floor 979 Third Avenue
Paint the town red and enjoy an unforgettable evening of food, drinks, and music. With over 250 alumni in the heart of Manhattan, this event is sure to sell out! Alumni in New Uork, you are not going to want to miss this. Cost: $55 includes: one free year of Brown Club in NY membership ($30 value) and a sumptuous pasta buffet. RSVP: Online.

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10/21/16—10/23/16
Class of ’58: 80th Birthday Mini-Reunion
New York, NY | Brown Class of 1958
Celebration Join your classmates for this mini-reunion weekend extravaganza! Kick off with a luncheon at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, followed by a guided tour (thanks to classmate Anne Walter Lowenthal), and a reception and dinner at the Cornell-Brown Club. After Saturday’s breakfast buffet, choose among several morning museum options, head to the Theatre District for lunch, and enjoy a matinee of the Broadway play Beautiful (sold out). The weekend wraps up on Sunday with an 80th birthday celebration and brunch hosted by Martha ’58 and Art ’55 Joukowsky in their Manhattan apartment. Cost: Varies based on activities chosen. Lodging: Roger Smith Hotel (ask for Brown Class of ’58 rate.) RSVP: By September 1. Contact: Sandy McFarland Taylor ’58.

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10/27/16
World Premiere of Miss You Like Hell
Quiara Alegria Hudes La Jolla, CA | Brown Club of San Diego
6:30 pm, Private reception with appetizers and wine
7:15 pm, Pre-show talk
8:00 pm, Miss You Like Hell performance
Quiara Alegria Hudes MFA ’04 will give a pre-performance talk about her new play Miss You Like Hell co-written by Erin McKeown ’00, directed by Lear deBessonet, and choreographed by Tony Award-winning Danny Mefford ’07. Hudes has won a Pulitzer Prize for her play Water by the Spoonful and a Tony Award for Best Musical In the Heights. This event will sell out, so be sure to purchase tickets early. Remember to use promo code “UNIVERSITY” for admission to the exclusive pre-performance event. Several days before the performance date, you will receive confirmation email communications from the playhouse regarding reception room, information, and other details. Cost: $59. Parking $2. Contact/RSVP: Alex Szabo.

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