Social programming, professional networking, and lifelong connections for Vassar College graduates living and working in Boston
Social programming, professional networking, and lifelong connections for Vassar College graduates living and working in Boston
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Join the Vassar Club of Boston for a trip to Honey Pot Hill Orchards in Stow, MA on October 1, 2017 at 9:30am for apple picking and other farm activities. Family and friends of all ages are welcome. Honey Pot Hill Orchards has been a family owned and operated farm since 1926. They are committed to creating a fun family-friendly atmosphere and providing a variety of orchard treats and activities! The Club has set aside a group of "Farm Fun Pack Jr" tickets that include: A 1/2 Peck Picking Bag (10-12 apples, approximately 7 lbs.) Hayride Entrance to the Mini-Green Monster Hedge Maze A Plain Caramel Apple A Cider Donut A 16 oz. Apple Cider Guzzler $18.00 a person We'll meet in the Pick-Your-Own Lot B (located off Boon Rd, NOT the Farm Store parking lot) to check in and distribute picking bags. Contact Ashley Vincent at ashley.ransom.vincent@gmail.com for more information and to register
On Thursday, September 21st from 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM, the Vassar Club of Boston will be hosting the first Young Alums event of the season. We would love you to join us as we head to The Pour House Bar and Grille to celebrate the start of fall in style with half-priced food options, free hot dogs, and games – you definitely do not want to miss out on the fun! This will be a great opportunity to connect with other young alumnae/i in the Boston area in a casual environment. There is no cost to attend and hang out. We encourage you to invite your friends and come out to show your Brewer pride If you can’t make this month’s Young Alum event, keep your eyes out for October’s happy hour! If you have any questions, feel free to reach out to Sammy Augenbraun (saaugenbraun@vassar.edu) or Jonah Williams (jonahwilliams2016@gmail.com).
Health and Healthcare in the 21st Century: SOCIAL JUSTICE, SOCIAL DETERMINANTS AND OUR FUTURE Featuring Christine Robinson ’79, Senior Advisor and Independent Consultant Although aggregate health indicators have improved in recent decades, health inequities have widened and are growing. The key to reversing this trend is action on the social determinants that cause the bulk of these disparities. Work on inclusion, equity, and social justice must be solidified to address the closely aligned social determinants of health, wealth, and education. Hosted by Chris Shukie '03 Beverages and hors d’oeuvres will be served Dress code is business casual Attendees will be required to present ID to building security (lobby) $10 for graduates of the last decade $20 for all others Meet Your Local Vassar Network is the Boston Vassar Club’s career and professional networking event series, which, in 2017/18, will feature local alumnae/i experts working on health and healthcare in closely aligned areas, which include health and law, finance, technology, entrepreneurship, public policy, R&D, housing, education, environmental justice, sustainable development, and social justice (among others). For more information and to register, click the link below: http://connect.vassar.edu/s/1654/2/16/interior-ai.aspx?sid=1654&gid=2&pgid=3222&cid=5384&ecid=5384&crid=0&calpgid=383&calcid=1000
Alumnae/i and current students are delighted to celebrate and welcome the newest members of our Vassar family: the Class of 2021 and their families! Please join the Boston Vassar Club for an informal gathering, where we can get to know each other, share advice and Vassar stories, and show our newest Brewers some love and support as they make their way to Poughkeepsie! On-street parking is available. The home is the last house on the right at the end of Pinecroft Road. For those taking public transportation, there is a commuter rail stop Hastings, on the Fitchburg line within walking distance. Our host, Alice Ain Rich, has offered to carpool attendees the short distance from the train station. For questions or to make arrangements for pickup, please contact Alice Ain Rich at 781-367-4900. Click the link to register: http://connect.vassar.edu/s/1654/2/16/interior-ai.aspx?sid=1654&gid=2&pgid=3030&cid=5048&ecid=5048&crid=0&authkey=dWXXmxAYnw5fcDNQNXFxEBCOMV08WyVm10%2f0HOgJWjHpPJRO1v7rmw%3d%3d
Join the Vassar Club of Boston for a Day Ski Trip to Cannon Mountain in Franconia, NH, on April 1, 2017. Family and friends and all ages are welcome. We invite you to join us for hot chocolate in the Lafayette room in the morning until 12:00pm. Registration includes the group discount on the cost of rentals and/or lift tickets. Cannon Mountain Resort is home to a 70-person tram and some of New England’s most difficult terrain along with a dedicated area for intermediate level and beginner skiers and riders. With 80 trails and 10 lifts, Cannon is a quick shot up I-93. Note that registration does NOT include transportation. Registrants will need to arrange for their own transportation or consider carpooling with other registrants. The total trip duration is approximately two (2) hours from Boston. Click the link to register by March 17th.
Events
October 1, 2017, 9:30 am - 12:30 pm
Honey Pot Hill Orchards, 18 Boon Road, Stow, MA
Join the Vassar Club of Boston for a trip to Honey Pot Hill Orchards in Stow, MA on October 1, 2017 at 9:30am for apple picking and other farm activities. Family and friends of all ages are welcome. Honey Pot Hill Orchards has been a family owned and operated farm since 1926. They are committed to creating a fun family-friendly atmosphere and providing a variety of orchard treats and activities! The Club has set aside a group of "Farm Fun Pack Jr" tickets that include: A 1/2 Peck Picking Bag (10-12 apples, approximately 7 lbs.) Hayride Entrance to the Mini-Green Monster Hedge Maze A Plain Caramel Apple A Cider Donut A 16 oz. Apple Cider Guzzler $18.00 a person We'll meet in the Pick-Your-Own Lot B (located off Boon Rd, NOT the Farm Store parking lot) to check in and distribute picking bags. Contact Ashley Vincent at ashley.ransom.vincent@gmail.com for more information and to register