Baltimore. Join us for the First September Happy Hour on Wed., Sept. 25, 6pm-8pm, at Little Havana, 1325 Key Highway.
Boston. We have Happy Hours every other month and a variety of other programming, including speakers, theater performances, and athletic events. For more information: www.pennclubofboston.org or aileen@pennclubofboston.org.

Delaware. The next Penn Club of Sussex County event is on Wed., Sept. 25, at Fish On in the Village of Five Points in Lewes. Each person will pay for their own food and drinks; there will be no other fee for this event. Fish On is allowing us to order from the Happy Hour menu; the regular menu will be available, as well as other specials. A 20 percent service charge will be added to all checks. Spouses and partners are welcome; please RSVP at (302) 227-5143.

Florida: Gold Coast. On Wed., Sept. 18, from 6pm to 9pm, we shall hold our ‘Season Opener’ Member Happy Hour at Big City Tavern, Las Olas Blvd, Ft. Lauderdale. On Wed., Oct. 2, we shall have a Gold Coast Meets Miami Combined Happy Hour & Networking at Brio in Gulfstream, Hallandale Beach, 6pm—9pm. On Sun., Oct. 20, we shall go to see Chicago at the Broward Center Ft. Lauderdale, with a cocktail reception starting at 6:30pm.

Houston. We are proud to welcome all Penn Alumni to our First September event at The Tasting Room in River Oaks on Sept. 26, 6pm—8pm. Please register at www.pennhouston.org.

Las Vegas. Join us this fall for our bi-monthly events. Please sign up for our listserv with our president Lea Artis C’08 at leartis@alumni.upenn.edu or penncluboflv@gmail.com. We have many exciting events and milestones planned for this year, including activities with the greater Ivy Plus community in Vegas. Monthly events and updates are announced only through our listserv, so please ensure we have your preferred email address.

Louisiana. Join us for our fall series of programs. Please like us on Facebook to learn more, www.facebook.com/PennClubOfLouisiana, or email club president Austin Lavin at Penncluboflouisiana@gmail.com.

Los Angeles. We will have a First September event welcoming recent grads in the LA area. Look out for more info on our website www.pennclubla.com.

Michigan. The Penn & Wharton Club of Michigan invite all alumni to our Annual First September event welcoming Penn alumni moving to the Detroit area. This year’s First September Happy Hour will take place on Sept. 26, from 5:30pm to 7:30pm at The Corner Bar, 100 Townsend St., Birmingham (248) 647-2958. Please join us at this casual and always enjoyable event.

New Haven, Conn. Join us for our annual First September event to welcome recent graduates and alumni new to the area, as well as meet up with old friends, Wed., Sept. 11, from 5:30pm to 7:30pm, at Bar, 254 Crown Street. We will be providing pizza, salad, beer, and wine free of charge. Please RSVP online at www.pennclubrsvp.org or to Rob Leeman Gr’05 at robpennclubnh@gmail.com or (203) 747-2636. Significant others are welcome, but 21-and-over please.

Northern California. Join us for our fall events, highlighted by a visit from Penn President Amy Gutmann presenting the Time to Shine program, followed by a YPenn Social, on Oct. 10. Come join the Penn Team on the Meals on Wheels bike ride in Livermore Oct. 19 and help serve meals with Glide in San Francisco later in the fall. If you are interested in interviewing students applying, need information on local admissions events, or to learn more about the Club and its events, visit www.ncpennclub.com.

Philadelphia. Kick this fall off right with a toast to the Red and Blue on Thurs., Sept. 19: join us at Nodding Head at 1516 Sansom St. (6pm—8pm) for a night of fun and networking. Mingle with friends and fellow Quakers for free appetizers and drink specials and learn about what the Club has to offer. This event is free for current members and $15 for non-members. Register at www.pennclubphilly.org. Volunteer with us on Mon., Sept. 23, 6pm—8pm, at MANNA’s kitchen (2323 Ranstead St.), to help prepare meals. Register on our website. Check out the other events and opportunities scheduled for this year; become a member and get exclusive access to events, such as tours to special exhibits, volunteer opportunities at non-profits, tours of the Barnes Foundation, local beer tastings, mural-arts tours, and opportunities to hear esteemed professors and local success stories speak about their experiences. Both alumni and current graduate students welcome!

Portland. The Club’s October program will feature Eduardo Placer C’99, a company member at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival. In December we will hold our second annual Holiday Wine-tasting. Further details of these and other events can be found as they unfold on our website, www.pennclubofportland.org.

San Diego. Club members head south of the border on Sat., Oct. 26: we will take a private van (operated by Turista Libre) for a full day of adventure visiting three wineries in the Valle de Guadalupe wine country (often referred to as the Napa of Mexico) and end the day with dinner at Ochento’s. Seating is limited, so contact pennclubsd@gmail.com ASAP if you are interested in joining us.

Seattle. We are gearing up for a new year of great events, including young-alumni happy hours, our annual Alumni picnic in September, Penn professor lectures, a family trail hike and a festive holiday dinner. But all this needs your membership support and attendance; visit our new website (www.pennclubofseattle.com) to become a dues-paying member and for event updates. Look for us on Facebook and LinkedIn. Contact co-president Belinda Bentzin Buscher C’92 at belinda@pennclubofseattle.com for more information or to get involved.

Washington. Join the DC Penn Club for our July and August summer events. For details, visit us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/groups/5691757420 or our website www.alumni.upenn.edu/club/dc.html. The Club also welcomes inquiries about membership, and offers volunteer opportunities for members. For further club information, email us at pennclubofdc@gmail.com.

 

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Oct. 30, 8:30am to 2pm
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Please plan to join us for Healthy Cities: Healthy Women - Washington, D.C., one of an ongoing series of international events focused on better understanding challenges and exploring solutions for and with women and girls that promise to improve health for urban populations all over the world.
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