Vineyard Walk and Tasting at Johnson Estate

On Saturday, June 15, welcome summer with us at the Cornell Alumni owned Johnson Estate Winery in Westfield NY.

Meet at 2 pm for a walking tour and tasting of various wines and food pairings. The event includes seven tastings and snacks as we explore the Farmhouse Gardens, the Chancellor Vineyard and finish at the Riesling Vineyard. Wines include Johnson Estate 2017 Seyval Blanc, Freelings Creek 2016 Founders’ Red, 2017 Vidal Blanc Ice Wine and more! 

Event is 21+

Cost $15 per person and space is limited, so register soon!

For event questions, please contact Catherine March ’14 at catherineamarch@gmail.com

Annual Meeting and Faculty Speaker

Please join us at our annual meeting on May 9th – a Cornell faculty presentation and dinner at The Webb @ Pearl. Come for a cocktail followed by a delicious buffet of Pearl Street’s famous braised pot roast, honey basil chicken, vegetable primavera, and dessert. Event begins at 6:00 pm. Cash bar.

The Club would like to welcome our faculty speaker, Dr. Patrick Reed. Dr. Reed’s Decision Analytics for Complex Systems research group has a strong focus on the sustainability of Food-Energy-Water systems given conflicting demands from ecosystem services, expanding populations, and climate change. The management modeling tools developed by the Reed Research Group combine multiobjective optimization, high performance computing, and advanced spatiotemporal visualization and uncertainty modeling techniques. Engineering design and decision support software developed by Dr. Reed is being used broadly in academic, governmental, and industrial application areas with more than 30,000 users globally.

As part of our annual meeting we will vote on this year’s new Board Directors and Officers.

The $20 registration is required and includes price of buffet. Cash bar. Contact Catherine March ’14 cam489@cornell.edu for more information.

Buffalo Museum of Science Tour!

Why? 
It may be the greatest question of all. Why? It’s born of wonder and curiosity. Why? It makes us think and makes us better. Why? It moves us forward. Join us at the Buffalo Museum of Science and explore WHY!

Join us Saturday, April 13th at 11am. Adults, children, and friends of alumni are all welcome at this guided tour of the Marvelous Earth, Explore You, and Artifacts Studio exhibits. After the guided tour, enjoy your packed lunch in the reserved room with the alumni club. The rest of the museum is yours to explore!

The $9 ticket price includes admission into the entire museum (including the Art of the Brick exhibit) and guided tour. Adult/child tickets are the same price – ticket price cannot be used in conjunction with BMS membership.

Children ages 2 and up need a ticket to attend. Limited to 20 attendees

Registration and more information available here.

You’re Invited to the Annual Marotto’s Soiree

You are cordially invited to the Marotto’s Soiree, a winter social at one of our favorite Cornellian owned restaurants. Our host, Mark Marotto ’82, has arranged the following menu:

—sliced-marinated roast pork tenderloin with a honey sesame seed glaze
—house smoked rainbow trout
—penne with broccoli florets and roasted red peppers, garlic and oil
—baked clams casino
—antipasti, sharp cheese
—bruschetta bread

Marotto’s Restaurant is in Kenmore, meet us there on Tuesday, February 19th, 2019 5:30 – 8 p.m.

Registration is encouraged in advance for $15 per person and includes the above menu. The Cornell Cocktail (as documented in the Old Mr. Boston bartender’s guide) will be available – cash bar.

Walk-ins will be accommodated at $25 per person.

For event questions, please contact Mark Beardi ’94 at beardimark@gmail.com

Cornell in Buffalo – Cornell Programs that Impact Western New York

Cornell has a direct presence in Western New York that is unknown to many alumni and the greater community. Join us to learn about the many programs, services and activities of Cornell’s ILR Extension Office, The Cornell Cooperative Extensions of Erie & Niagara Counties and the Cornell Club of Greater Buffalo and the benefits that they provide to individuals, organizations, students and alumni. You will also see the Cornell in Buffalo office in the Market Arcade in Downtown Buffalo.

Presentations by representatives of:
– Cornell Buffalo ILR Extension Office
– Cornell Cooperative Extension of Erie County
– Cornell Cooperative Extension of Niagara County
– Cornell Club of Greater Buffalo

Post-event reception – beverages and light refreshments.

This event is free, but registration is requested and closes on November 14. 

For event questions, please contact Jack McGowan ’80 at jpjpg@verizon.net.