You’re invited to the Fall Ivies Happy Hour!
With the end of summer approaching is nostalgia for your college days kicking in?
We’ve got your fix — please join us for a social happy hour with young and young-at-heart alumni throughout Western New York. Come out Thursday, September 27th to mix and mingle with other Ivy alumni on Deep South Taco’s rooftop patio.
Registration is $10 and includes apps. Cash bar.
For event questions, please contact Kelly Scherer ’11 at firstname.lastname@example.org or Nicole Golias ’17 at email@example.com.
Join your fellow Cornellians to eat, drink and be merry on Zinck’s Night, Thursday, October 18. International Spirit of Zinck’s Night is Cornell’s world-wide annual social event in honor of Ithaca saloonkeeper Theodore Zinck, as memorialized in Give my Regards to Davy.
Our Buffalo celebration will be from 6-8 pm at Lakeward Spirits, Buffalo’s largest micro-distillery. Tour the distillation process and enjoy camaraderie and refreshments with alumni. Cash bar; light hors d’oeuvres will be provided.
For event questions, please contact Alyssa Jones ’17 at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This event is free but please register in advance.
The September 4th ( 1st Tuesday, the day after Labor Day) Cornell Club Book Club Meeting will be hosted by Eli Kaufman. Eli has chosen the book Grandfather Stories by Samuel Hopkins Adams.
From Wikipedia: “Grandfather Stories
is a book of 23 historical tales by journalist and novelist Samuel Hopkins Adams
. Three were originally published in Woman’s Day
and 15 in The New Yorker
. Most of the stories take place in upper New York State
, along the Erie Canal
. Those stories told by his grandfather occur in the 1820s; others, when Adams was a boy in the 1870s and 1880s. Adams does not state how much of the tales is fact and how much is fiction; some are clearly his own memoirs, others are historical fiction, and still others seem to be a reconstruction of his grandfather’s life experiences.“
Contact Celinda Crego ’79 at email@example.com for additional information.
The July 10 Book Club will be hosted by Jen Friedman. Jen has selected “Born a Crime” by Trevor Noah. This nonfiction book is written by the host of The Daily Show. “[A] compelling new memoir. . . . By turns alarming, sad and funny, [the] book provides a harrowing look, through the prism of Mr. Noah’s family, at life in South Africa under apartheid and the country’s lurching entry into a postapartheid era in the 1990s.” —The New York Times
There are many copies in the library system.
For more information contact Celinda Crego ’79 at (firstname.lastname@example.org)