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
Vassar Class of 2010 graduate, Chloe Benjamin, will be doing a reading from her new novel, The Immortalists at the Harvard Book Store on January 23 at 7:00pm. For more information visit her website: Read a review:
Give back with the Vassar Club of Boston! Join VCB at the Greater Boston Food Bank. VCB volunteers will work in the food bank’s warehouse sorting donated grocery products that are then distributed to hunger relief agencies. All volunteers are trained in food safety at the beginning of the shift. Volunteers work together as a team on an assembly line, providing us with an opportunity to get to know and catch up with each other as we provide a service to our community. If possible, we would like all volunteers to wear Vassar gear. *** All volunteers must be 16 years of age or older. Also, volunteers under 18 require an adult chaperone. Click the link to register:
It was great to see so many people out at the September young alums happy hour, but if you missed it, there’s no need to worry! On Thursday, October 26th from 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM, the Vassar Club of Boston will be hosting the next Young Alums event at Clery’s Bar and Restaurant. With Halloween right around the corner we would love for everyone to join us for food, drinks and socializing with Vassar friends somewhere other than in the Villard Room – 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 November’s happy hour! If you have any questions, feel free to reach out to Sammy Augenbraun ( or Jonah Williams (
Come join your fellow Vassar alums for a night at the Boston Symphony Orchestra. We will meet in the Cabot-Cahners Room at 7:00pm for a social gathering. The Cabot-Cahners Room is on the same level as the First Balcony (on the second floor). If this concert is part of your Boston Symphony Orchestra subscription series, you are welcome to join us before the show. Space is limited, so please reserve your tickets as soon as possible. Tickets are available in the Orchestra Price Class 3 (House Left $79 pp) or in the First Balcony Center ($35 pp). Tickets will be availale for pickup at “Will Call” on the evening of the concert. Please note dinner is available for purchase at Symphony Café. Snacks and drinks are available for purchase in either the Cabot-Cahners Room or at the Coat Check on the Orchestra Level, which is on the first floor. For questions other than purchasing tickets, please contact Sara Sezun ’88 at or the Vassar Club of Boston at
It's not too late to sign up for apple picking. Contact Ashley by Friday if you plan to attend. 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 for more information and to register

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