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.
Save the date!
Our February Book Club will be 2/12/19.
Contact Celinda Crego ’79 for more information.
The Division of University Relations, Engaged Cornell, Cornell ILR Buffalo Co-Lab, Office of the Provost and the Cornell Club of Greater Buffalo cordially invite you to…
An Engaged Cornell Convening Breakfast
Cornell New York State Hometown Alumni Award Recognition Ceremony for Matthew Nagowski ’05, Group Vice President, M&T Bank
With a featured talk by Katherine McComas Ph.D. ’00, Vice Provost for Engagement and Land Grant Affairs on the role of the university in civic participation and community development.
Cornell New York State Hometown Alumni Award recipients are Cornell graduates who have contributed in a meaningful way in their home community.
Additional speakers include:
Sean Ryan, New York State Assembly member, District 149
Joel Malina, Vice President of University Relations, Cornell University
Lou Jean Fleron, Director, Cornell ILR Buffalo Co-Lab
Breakfast will be provided. RSVPs are requested by 12/3, contact Catherine March ’14 at email@example.com for more information.
November Book Club will meet at the home of Celinda Crego ’79. Celinda has selected the book, Orphan Train by Christina Kline. This is a novel based on actual orphan trains that carried orphans to the Midwest.
“Foster teen Molly is performing community-service work for elderly widow Vivian, and as they go through Vivian’s cluttered attic, they discover that
their lives have much in common. When Vivian was a girl, she was taken to a new life on an orphan train. These trains carried children to adoptive families for 75 years, from the mid-nineteenth century to the start of the Great Depression.“ (from Booklist)
There are MANY copies of the book in the Buffalo and Erie County library, in different formats.
Contact Celinda Crego ’79 at CAC432@aol.com for more information.