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April 2014

4/17/14250th Anniversary event
Celebrating Brown’s 250th Anniversary
Honolulu, HI | Brown Club of Hawaii
6:00 – 8:00 pm, Hawaii Loa Ridge Clubhouse, 669 Puukena Drive
Join the Brown Club of Hawaii in celebrating Brown's 250th Anniversary! Cost: Free. Contact/RSVP: Lea Anne Ng '82.

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4/17/14
Thirsty Thursday
San Francisco, CA | Brown Club of San Francisco
6:30 – 9:00 pm, Southern Pacific Brewing, 620 Treat Avenue
We hope those of you who were able to make it enjoyed our last Brown Thirsty Thursday at Sydney Town Tavern. Never fear, we will be continuing the Thirsty Thursday tradition every third Thursday of the month! April's Thirsty Thursday will be held at Southern Pacific Brewing. Come one come all to drink away your sorrows about missing Dave Binder, who is performing this weekend at Spring Weekend (unless of course you are flying across the country...100% worth it). Cost: Pay as you go. Contact: Via email. No need to RSVP ahead of time - just show up.

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4/19/14250th Anniversary event
Celebrating Brown’s 250th Anniversary and Accepted Student Party
Beijing, China | Brown Club of Beijing
2:00 pm – 5:00 pm, 缘分flow, 798
Join us for a reception celebrating Brown’s 250th Anniversary along with newly admitted students. Cost: Free. Contact/RSVP: Online.

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4/19/14
Community Service Event: Volunteer at the Common Good City Farm
Washington, D.C. | Brown Club of Washington, D.C.
9:30 am – 12:30 pm, Common Good City Farm, 332 V Street, NW (LeDroit Park neighborhood)
Common Good City Farm is a half-acre urban farm and education center growing food for low-income residents in Washington, D.C. and provides educational opportunities for all people to help increase food security, improve health, and contribute to environmental sustainability. The Farm's programs provide hands-on training in food production, healthy eating and environmental sustainability; it also serves as a demonstration site to individuals, organizations and government agencies in the DC Metro area. No prior experience necessary! Just come prepared to work hard and do your part toward growing the 5,000 pounds of fresh produce the farm provides to the community each growing season, and with a donation of $10 to support the farm's operations. Cost: Free (suggested donation of $10).
Contact/RSVP: Sean Siperstein '05.

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4/19/14
Mix and Mingle in Harlem
New York City, NY | Inman Page Black Alumni Council (IPC-NY) and the Brown University Latino Alumni Council (BULAC-NY)
6:00 pm – 10:00 pm, Location and directions will be provided upon RSVP
Join the New York Chapters of IPC and BULAC for a mix and mingle in Harlem. Cost: Free (strongley encouraged to bring a dish or bottle to share). Contact/RSVP: Tiffani Scott ’98 for location and directions; must also register online.

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4/23/14
Class of 2009 Pre-5th Reunion Happy Hour
Boston, MA | Brown Class of 2009
7:00 - 9:00 pm, Scholars American Bistro & Cocktail Lounge, 25 School Street (near Park St. T Station)
As a kick-off to the exciting month leading up to our 5-year reunion (exactly ONE month to the day before campus dance!), join fellow Brown alums for a fun and informal happy hour at Scholars bar in Boston. Stop by, grab a drink, and keep the Boston Brown spirit alive! We'll have a lounge area reserved for our party. Cost: Pay as you go for all food and drinks.
Contact: Sara Gentile '09. No RSVP required.

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4/24/14250th Anniversary event
Young Alumni Mixer & Toast to Brown’s 250th Anniversary
San Diego, CA | Brown Club of San Diego
5:30 pm – 8:00 pm, Stone Brewing World Bistro & Gardens, Liberty Station, 2816 Decatur Road
Kick off spring and celebrate Brown's 250th Anniversary with a local brew in the company of other local alums at this casual mixer. Your fearless hosts Jess Kondrick '07 and Sean Gosselin '06 will stake out a table at this expansive, handsome Point Loma venue. Cost: Pay as you go.
Contact/ RSVP: Jessica Kondrick ’07 by noon on 4/24 to coordinate communication about the group's precise location.

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4/24/14250th Anniversary event
Celebrating Brown’s 250th Anniversary: Advice to the Egyptians from the Founding Fathers
Featuring Professor Emeritus Gordon Wood

Hyannis, MA | Brown Club of Cape Cod & the Islands
Hyannis Golf Club, 1840 Lyannough Road, Route 132
5:00 – 6:00 pm, Reception with heavy hors d’oeuvres, soft drinks, beer and wine
6:00 – 6:15 pm, Birthday wishes and introductory remarks by Bill Nicholson ’58
6:15 – 7:15 pm, Lecture followed by Q & A
7:15 – 7:30 pm, Event conclusion, raffle winner announced and Birthday CAKE
Gordon Wood, professor emeritus of history, will offer a compelling and insightful talk on how the American experience in the Revolution reveals the problems of how to curb majority rule in a democracy and how to create a separation of church and state in a society that considers religion important. To make it more fun, please wear some Brown memorabilia/regalia from back in your day! Cost: Free. Contact: Carolyn Connelly '97. RSVP: Online by 4/18.

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4/25/14
Ribbon Cutting and Send Off Reception for Solar Decathalon Team
Providence, RI | Brown Club of Rhode Island and RISD Club of Rhode Island
5: 30 – 7:30 pm, 10 Park Lane
Join the Brown and RISD clubs for a ribbon cutting and send-off reception for the RISD and Brown student team competing with their Techstyle Haus in the Solar Decathlon Europe 2014! Enjoy refreshments and student led “haus” tours followed by remarks by special guest speakers and a ribbon cutting ceremony. Cost: $10 for alumni/guests; $5 for young alumni (’09-’13). Contact: Ginny McQueen ’81 or Christina Hartley ’74 IL. RSVP: Online by 4/22.

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4/25/14
Book Launch: The Witch-Hunt Narrative
New York City, NY | Brown University Club in New York
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm, ThoughtWorks, 99 Madison Avenue, 15th Floor
It has become widely accepted that a series of high-profile child sexual abuse cases from the 1980s and early 1990s were “witch hunts.” Based on a comprehensive examination of primary sources, The Witch-Hunt Narrative: Politics, Psychology, and the Sexual Abuse of Children challenges the conventional wisdom about these cases. Author Ross Cheit, professor of political science and public policy, uses trial transcripts and related court documents to demonstrate that many of the cases at the core of the witch-hunt narrative involved compelling evidence of abuse. He will be speaking about his just-published book and the painstaking research that led him to challenge this narrative. Cost: Free. Contact/RSVP: Online.

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4/26/14 – 4/27/14
Brown Class of 1967 and the Great Outdoors
Multiple Locations | Brown Class of 1967
This year's class virtual event, Brown '67 and the Great Outdoors, will be held the weekends of April 26-27 and May 3-4 2014. Send us a picture of whatever you're doing on one of those weekends, whether it's biking or hiking, a picnic or some other favorite outdoor activity. Be sure to tell us where you were when the photo was taken and please identify all the members of Brown '67 in the picture. We will post photos on the Class of 1967 Facebook page and website. Cost: Free. Contact/RSVP: Elaine Decker ’67.

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4/27/14
Indoor Rock Climbing
Somerville, MA | Brown Club of Boston
2:00 pm - 4:00 pm, Brooklyn Boulders, 2A Tyler Street
What better way to welcome spring then by rock climbing with friends at Brooklyn Boulders, Boston's premier indoor climbing gym! Join your fellow Brown alumni at a two hour bouldering session (12-15 feet of unassisted free climbing). Brooklyn Boulders has offered the Brown Club a 30% group discount, making this a great and affordable opportunity for beginners to try out rock climbing! While attendees will primarily boulder, rope routes are available for experienced climber pairs that pass a belay test. You must bring an experienced partner if you plan on climbing rope routes. Bouldering is a great workout, and very accessible for beginners. All skill levels are welcome; come get your climb on! Cost: $18 for club members; $20 for non-members/guests. Contact: Matthew Mogan ’13. RSVP: Online.

4/27/14
Trip to Barnes Foundation Museum
Philadelphia, PA | Brown Club of Central New Jersey and the Brown Club of Eastern Pennsylvania
Barnes Foundation Museum, 2025 Benjamin Franklin Parkway
10:00 am, Tour for the Brown Club of Eastern Pennsylvania
12:00 – 1:30 pm, Combined Club Brunch, Jack’s Firehouse, 2130 Fairmont Avenue (~ one-half mile from the Barnes Museum)
2:00 pm – 4:00+ pm, Tour for the Brown Club of Central New Jersey (museum is open until 6:00 pm)
The Barnes Foundation is a one-of-a-kind museum, founded in 1922 by Dr. Albert C. Barnes, who collaborated with John Dewey in this mission to advance democracy in America through education about art. Beginning in 1912, Barnes used his considerable wealth to amass a collection that concentrated on the works of Cezanne, Matisse, Picasso and Renoir, as well as works by van Gogh, Modigliani, Rousseau and Chaim Soutine; he also collected a variety of decorative arts and antiquities from Asia, Africa, Europe and America. It is truly a unique and marvelous collection of art. Cost for Eastern PA Club: $20 pp for museum tour ; Cost for Central NJ Club: $10 for club members; $20 for non-members (includes: an audio guide with extensive information about the collection, as well as giving a 10% discount on gift shop purchases; tour members are also allowed re-entry to the museum following lunch OR stay later). Brunch Cost for both clubs: $20 pp (many brunch/lunch options). Contact/RSVP: Jennifer Ketay Brock '63 for Eastern PA club for payment instructions at by 3/22. Should you wish to attend but are not up to the drive, we will be arranging car pools for the trip. Please let Jennifer know if you will need to be part of a car pool or if you will have space in your car for those who might need it. Contact/RSVP: David Epstein ’74 for Central New Jersey Club.

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4/28/14
Class of 2009 Pre-5th Reunion Happy Hour
Santa Monica, CA | Brown Class of 2009
7:00 – 9:00 pm, Upper West, 3321 Pico Boulevard
Join fellow Brown alums for a fun and informal happy hour at Upper West bar in Santa Monica to kick-off the month leading up to our 5-year reunion. Stop by to grab a drink, try the Bar Burger, and mingle with Brown alums. We will have a table reserved for our party. Cost: Pay as you go for all food and drinks. Contact/RSVP: Jennifer Phung ’09. RSVPS are not required, but appreciated.

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Brown Reunion logo4/29/14250th Anniversary event
Celebrating Brown's 250th Anniversary: Entrepreneurship: Alive and Well at Brown Featuring Professor Emeritus Barrett Hazeltine, GP'06, GP'10
Irvine, CA | Brown Club of Orange County
6:00 – 8:00 pm, University Hills Community Center, 1083 California Avenue
Enjoy a stimulating conversation with Brown's beloved Barrett Hazeltine, professor emeritus of engineering. Be prepared for inspiring entrepreneurship stories as well as audience participation on topics such as: How can entrepreneurship best be taught within the context of a Brown education? Why is it worth promoting both at Brown and in the Third World? Are there fortunes to be made "at the bottom of the pyramid?" Cost: $10 for club members; $15 for general admissionl; Free for young alumni (class of '11 or later). Contact: Scott Westerfield '79. RSVP: Online.

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Brown Reunion logo4/30/14250th Anniversary event
Celebrating Brown's 250th Anniversary: Postcards From Other Planets: Perspectives on Home Planet Earth
Featuring Professor James W. Head III

Vienna, Austria | Brown Club of Austria and the Natural History Museum Vienna
6:30 pm, Natural History Museum Vienna, Saal 50, Main Staircase, 2nd Floor
The Earth is a dynamic planet. The only thing constant is change. James Head, professor of geological sciences, will review how 50 years of solar system exploration have helped us to learn about the formative years of our own Home Planet Earth. A wine and cheese reception will be held afterward the lecture. Cost: Free. Contact/RSVP: Renee Gadsden Ph.D. ’85.

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4/30/14250th Anniversary event
Celebrating Brown’s 250th Anniversary: Entrepreneurship Shapes Our Developing World & Brown Can Shape Entrepreneurship
Featuring Professor Emeritus Barrett Hazeltine
San Francisco, CA | Brown Club of San Francisco
6:00 – 8:30 pm, Adobe Systems Incorporated, 601 Townsend Street
Barrett Hazeltine, professor emeritus of engineering, will join alumni, parents and friends to share stories from the field and his illustrious career, discuss entrepreneurship in developing communities, and how entrepreneurship can best be taught and supported at Brown University. The lecuture and Q & A will be followed by a reception graciously hosted by Danny Winokur ’92 and David Wadhwani ’93. Cost: $15 pp. Contact: Manjusri Ratnayaka '03. RSVP: Online.

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Brown Reunion logo4/30/14250th Anniversary event
Celebrating Brown’s 250th Anniversary: A Reception with President Christina Paxson
Providence, RI | Pembroke Club of Providence
5:00 pm – 7:00 pm, Maddock Alumni Center, 38 Brown Street
Come and enjoy wine, hors d'oeuvres and birthday cake; President Paxson's informal presentation will begin around 6:00 pm. Cost: $10 pp. Contact/RSVP: Becky Eckstein ’60. Online by 4/28 or pay at the door.

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4/30/14
MBA Admissions Panel: Hear from Brown Alumni Who have Successfully Navigated the Process
Boston, MA | Brown Club of Boston
6:30 pm 9:00 pm, EverTrue Office, 330 Congress Street, 2nd Floor
Considering applying for an MBA sometime within the next five years; Already in the middle of studying for the GMAT or applying? You're in luck - several Brown alums who've successfully navigated the process will tell you what they wish they knew when starting out and answer your questions. Topics will include the decision to apply for an MBA, GMAT preparation, choosing schools, essay tips, interviewing, and more! To see a list of the panelists and more information, please visit the registration page. Cost: $5 for club members; $10 for non-members. Contact: Sara Gentile '09. RSVP: Online.

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May 2014

5/1/14
Today’s Challenges in Local Media
Phoenix, AZ | Brown Club of Arizona – Phoenix/Tempe
6:00 – 8:00 pm, Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication, Arizona State University, 555 North Central Avenue
Join us as four illustrious alumni, Steve Krafft '77, Reporter for Fox 10 News, Dee Dee Sturr '82, Producer for Clear Channel Radio, Mark Rodman '76, General Manager for Fox 10 News, and Jerry Cobb '83, PIO for the Maricopa County Attorney's Office, discuss the current (and future) issues facing members of the Fourth Estate. Cost: $10 pp. Contact/RSVP: Fatih Klepper ’93 by 4/30 at 5:00 pm.

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5/1/14250th Anniversary event
Celebrating Brown’s 250th Anniversary: Entrepreneurship Shapes Our Developing World & Brown Can Shape Entrepreneurship
Featuring Professor Emeritus Barrett Hazeltine
Redwood City, CA | Brown Club of Silicon Valley
6:00 pm, NestGSV, 425 Broadway Street
Enjoy a stimulating conversation with Brown's beloved Barrett Hazeltine, professor emeritus of engineering. Be prepared for inspiring entrepreneurship stories as well as audience participation on topics such as: How can entrepreneurship best be taught within the context of a Brown education? Why is it worth promoting both at Brown and in the Third World? Are there fortunes to be made "at the bottom of the pyramid?" The lecture will be preceded by a reception followed by a Q & A and a toast to Brown with cake! Cost: $5 pp. Contact: Emil Dizon ’02. RSVP: Online.

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5/3/14
Frida Kahlo Photos
Long Beach, CA | Women of the Brown Club of Southern California
Museum of Latin American Art (MOLAA), 628 Alamitos Avenue
11:00 am, Tour
12:30 pm, Followed by no host lunch in Cafe
Join the Brown Club of Southern California for a docent-lead tour of the special exhibition of Frida Kahlo's Photos. Frida Kahlo, Her Photos presents over 200 images from Frida Kahlo’s personal Casa Azul archive in Mexico City. MOLAA’s featured spring exhibition includes images of Frida, by Frida and for Frida. Represented here are a wide range of photographs that shed light on a more personal side of Frida’s life, from family photographs, both traditional portraits and candid shots at the Casa Azul, to mementos of pain, love, and the artistic, intellectual and political milieu in which she lived. This selection from the Casa Azul trove also includes images by Lola and Manuel Álvarez Bravo, Man Ray, Tina Modotti, and Edward Weston among others. Contact: Gay Parrish '68. Cost:$10 payable by cash or check on the day of the event. RSVP: Online

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5/3/14
Bluejacket Brewery Tour
Washington, D.C. | Brown Club of Washington, D.C.
3:00 – 5:00 pm, Bluejacket Brewery, 300 Tingey Street, SE
Enjoy a guided Tour & Tasting at Bluejacket Brewery. Explore the microbrewery's operations, housed in a historic 1919 industrial building at Navy Yards, and sample five of their original draft beers. Brewery staff will explain how Bluejacket infuses classic brewing techniques with a spirit of innovation and experimentation. Cost: $29 pp. Contact: Kirstin Krusell '11. RSVP: Online.

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5/3/14 – 5/4/14
Brown Class of 1967 and the Great Outdoors
Multiple Locations | Brown Class of 1967
Reminder to all that this year's class virtual event, Brown '67 and the Great Outdoors, will be held the weekends of April 26-27 and May 3-4 2014. Send us a picture of whatever you're doing on one of those weekends, whether it's biking or hiking, a picnic or some other favorite outdoor activity. Be sure to tell us where you were when the photo was taken and please identify all the members of Brown '67 in the picture. We will post photos on the Class Facebook and Website pages. Cost: Free. Contact/RSVP: Elaine Decker ’67.

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5/4/14
Lyrica Opera of Chicago: The Sound of Music
Featuring Professor Stephen Berenson, Director, Brown/Trinity MFA Acting & Directing Programs
Chicago, IL | Brown Club of Chicago
Civic Opera House, 20 North Wacker Drive
12:00 pm, Pre-show Reception and Buffet Lunch, Malott Room, Civic Opera House
12:45 pm, Remarks
1:30 pm, Performance
Experience The Sound of Music, the beloved Broadway family musical, live on stage at Lyric Opera starring Billy Zane as Captain von Trapp and Jenn Gambatese as Maria. You grew up with this iconic hit, and now you can share it with a new generation when America's favorite Broadway family musical comes to life on the Lyric Opera stage! Featuring gorgeous sets and costumes, and the lush sound of the Lyric Opera Orchestra and Chorus, you'll enjoy all of the classics from Do-Re-Mi and My Favorite Things to the acclaimed title song. You'll leave the theater with a song in your heart! Come early for the pre-show reception and hear from Stephen Berenson, clinical professor of theatre, speech and dance.
Cost: $35 for balcony seats; $55 for main floor seats (Brown alumni/family and friends will receive a 20% discount on EVERY seat). Contact: Jason Pompeii ’92. RSVP: Online for reception and remarks here; Online to purchase tickets for the show here (enter promotion code BROWNBEAR to unlock your discount). For questions regarding purchase of tickets. Contact: Joel Friend (312-827-5927).
We would like to thank John Edelman '80 for graciously sponsoring this event.

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Brown Reunion logo5/4/14250th Anniversary event
Celebrating Brown’s 250th Anniversary: Smuggler Nation: How Illicit Trade Made America
Featuring Professor Peter Andreas

Bryn Mawr, PA | Brown Club of Philadelphia
2:00 pm, Beechwood House, Shipley School 814 Yarrow Street
Peter Andreas, professor of political science and international studies, will highlight the irony that the United States, a country that owes its economic development, expansion, and very existence partly to smuggling, is now the world's leading anti-smuggling crusader. Battles over smuggling have transformed the power and reach of federal law enforcement, and have increasingly blurred the line between policing and security missions. Andreas will also make some brief comments comparing and contrasting America's illicit economy to illicit economies elsewhere, including in the Mediterranean region. Cost: Free. Contact/RSVP: Via email by 5/1.

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5/7/14
First Class: The Legacy of Dunbar, America’s First Black Public High School
New York City, NY | The Pembroke Center Associates
6:30 pm, Location and directions will be provided upon RSVP
Please join us for drinks, light fare and an evening with author and award-winning journalist Alison Stewart ’88. Alison Stewart ’88 will talk about her book, First Class: The Legacy of Dunbar, America’s First Black Public High School. In the first half of the twentieth century, Washington D.C’s Dunbar High was an academically elite public school, despite being racially segregated by law and existing at the mercy of racist congressmen who held the school’s purse strings. The school’s well-educated teachers developed generations of high-achieving African Americans, groundbreakers that included the first black member of a presidential cabinet, the first black graduate of the US Naval Academy and the legal mastermind behind school desegregation. Join us as Alison Stewart shares the past, present, and future of this historic institution. This is event is being graciously hosted by Jean Howard ’70. Cost: Free. Contact/RSVP: Martha Hamblett (401-863-3433) by 5/1.

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5/8/14
Wine Tasting at the Charlesmark
Boston, MA | Brown Club of Boston
6:30 pm, The Charlesmark Hotel, 655 Boylston Street
Brown Club of Boston will be hosting May Wine Fest at the Charlesmark Hotel in Back Bay. Join us to taste stunning, affordable red and white wines and learn what you can pair with your meals and charcuterie. The Charlesmark Hotel will also provide cheese and cracker display, crudite and dips, hummus and pita, chips and salsa and mini cupcakes. Please come hungry and thirsty and ready to share this foodie-friendly experience with fellow Brunonians! Cost:$30 for club members; $35 for non-members. Contact: Isha Gulati '13. RSVP: Online.

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5/9/14
Images of the Great War Gallery Exhibit Opening
Washington, D.C. | Brown Club of Washington, D.C.
6:00 – 8:00 pm, The President Woodrow Wilson House, 2340 S. Street, NW
Enjoy an exclusive Gallery Opening at the President Woodrow Wilson House where we will welcome the arrival of a collection of World War I artwork and toys from the renowned Anne S.K. Brown Military Collection at Brown University. This event includes: Gallery opening with comments from Brown University representatives including: Peter Harrington ’84 AM, Curator, Anne S.K. Brown Military Collection, Thomas Horrocks, Director of Special Collections at the John Hay Library, Andrew Woelflein ’86, Presiding Trustee, Anne S.K. Brown Military Collection Committee of Management; tours of The President Woodrow Wilson House, a National Trust for Historic Preservation site; a presentation and discussion with Professor Richard Striner of Washington College on his new book President Wilson and WWI. Signed copies of Professor Striner’s book will be available for purchase and there will be a reception with light food & beverage. Cost: $15 pp. Contact: Andrew Woelflein ’86. RSVP: Online.

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5/10/14
Community Service: Greater Boston Food Bank
Boston, MA | Brown Club of Boston
12:30 pm - 3:30 pm, Greater Boston Food Bank, 70 Bay Avenue
Please join us for our next volunteer event at the Greater Boston Food Bank. We will be inspecting, sorting or repacking donated grocery products that will then be distributed to hunger relief agencies. Before starting our shift, we will have a pizza lunch. We will work together as a team and may be working alongside other groups. This event should be a lot of fun and a wonderful chance to help our community. Cost: Free. Contact: Denise Woodruff ’78 or Cary Greenberg ’79 RSVP: Online.

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5/11/14
Community Service Event: SOME (So Others Might Eat)
Washington, D.C. | Brown Club of Washington, D.C.
10:30 am – 1:15: pm, SOME, 71 ‘O’ Street, NW (202.797.8806)
On Sunday, May 11th, spend Mother's Day giving back by volunteering with the Brown Club's Service Initiative at SOME (So Others Might Eat). SOME is an interfaith, community-based organization in the District of Columbia that offers a comprehensive, holistic approach to caring for the homeless and extremely poor citizens of our city. We’ll be serving lunch! Cost: Free. Contact/RSVP: Annie Farber '10.

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Brown Reunion logo5/15/14250th Anniversary event
Celebrating Brown’s 250th Anniversary
Hong Kong, China | Brown University Alumni Association of Hong Kong
6:30 – 9:00 pm, American Club, 49th Floor, Two Exchange Street
The celebration of Brown's 250th anniversary began in Providence in early March and now it's our turn to celebrate 250 years of Bruno Hong Kong style. Come join us for an evening with fellow classmates to talk about our College Hill days. We hope to see you all there and to enjoy some birthday cake! Cost: $350 HKD pp (includes open bar and canapés). Contact/RSVP: Timothy Wang ’05.

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5/15/14
2nd Story Theater in Warren: Becky’s New Car by Steven Dietz
Warren, RI | Brown Club of Rhode Island
7:30 pm, 2nd Story Theatre, 28 Market Street
Have you ever been tempted to flee your own life? Becky Foster is caught in middle age, middle management, and in a middling marriage—with no prospects for change on the horizon. Then one day, Becky is offered nothing short of a new life. And the audience is offered a chance to ride shotgun in a way that most plays wouldn’t dare. Cost: $20 for BCRI Premium Members (included with your premium member ticket is a $10 gift card for use at the 2nd Story Caf for snacks and beverages to enjoy during the show); $25 Members, Alumni and Guests. Contact: Sue Simpson ’76. RSVP: Online.

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Brown Reunion logo5/16/14 – 5/18/14250th Anniversary event
Class of 1963 Mini-Reunion in Colonial Williamsburg, Celebrating Brown’s 250th Anniversary
Williamsburg, VA | Brown Class of 1963
Members of the class of 1963, reunite with your classmates as we enjoy the many historic sites in Williamsburg and nearby areas! Hotel Information: Individual hotel reservations to either the Williamsburg Lodg or the Woodlands Hotel & Suites must be made on or before Wednesday, 4/16 via the online reservations system or by calling (800-261-9530) between the hours of 5:00 pm EST, Monday through Friday. When calling for reservations, provide the reservation code #29942. All individual reservations must be accompanied by a one night's deposit for room and tax.
Current Schedule of Events:
THURSDAY: Golf outing in afternoon. Please let us know ASAP if you are interested in playing. We need 10 golfers to enjoy the reduced rate of $60/round. For those who arrive on Thursday, we'll have an informal class gathering following the golf outing.
FRIDAY: Individual sightseeing during the day. There are numerous sites to visit in Colonial Williamsburg, as well as nearby locations, e.g., Jamestowne, Yorktown, and the Mariner's Museum. Our class dinner will be held at Christiana Campbell's Tavern, in true Colonial Williamsburg style.
SATURDAY: Individual/group sightseeing during the day. Our class dinner will be held at the CW Lodge and will feature a guest speaker. This will also be a celebratory dinner in recognition of Brown's 250th birthday!
SUNDAY: Departure
A welcome package, containing a Colonial Williamsburg guide and event activities will be sent to attendees prior to the Mini-Reunion weekend. Cost: $180 pp to attend weekend (does not include hotel reservations). Contact/RSVP: Glenn Cashion ’63 for payment instructions. Go to our class website to see who has expressed an interest in attending.

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5/23/14 – 5/25/14
Brown Reunion logoBrown Reunion Weekend
Providence, RI | Brown Alumni Relations
Rejoin your Brown community of friends on campus this May! If your class year ends in 4 or 9, be sure to contact classmates and make your plans to attend. Weekend highlights include Campus Dance, Alumni Field Day, and, of course, the Procession. Cost: Varies. Registration opens in March. For up-to-date information, visit the Reunion website.

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