Events Calendar

  • Friday 4/26/24

    • Apr 26, 2024
      Starts at 5:00PM
      Chicago, IL
      Add to Calendar 2024-04-26T17:00:00 2024-04-26T17:00:00 America/New_York YaleWomen Chicago Spring Event Relax and chat with other Yale women at a high tea in one of Chicago’s most elegant historic houses – the Helen & Bryan Lathrop House, home to The Fortnightly of Chicago. The city’s oldest women’s organization, The Fortnightly was founded in 1873 in the wake of the Great Chicago Fire of 1871. Chicago, IL — 120 E Bellevue Pl false
    • Apr 26
      6:15PM – 9:30PM
      New Haven, CT
      Add to Calendar 2024-04-26T18:15:00 2024-04-26T21:30:00 America/New_York Yale Club of New Haven Night at Yale Philharmonia Join us on campus for a magical evening at Yale Club Night at Yale Philharmonia, performing live at Woolsey Hall at 7:30pm. Be swept away by beautiful melodies of Grieg, Mahler, and R. Strauss performed by the talented Yale School of Music graduate student orchestra. Bring your family and friends for a night of Yale music and memories. Online advance tickets only - Buy YCNH discount group tickets for $18.09 total (15.20+ fee) - tix sales end online April 16. Seats in First Balcony for 7:30pm concert. Performance estimated to run 2 hours, including one intermission. Optional Pre-concert Social 6:15-7:15pm: Meet other Yale Alumni for an optional Social Hour in The Well, the new 21+ bar in the lower level of the Schwarzman Center, under the Rotunda adjoining Woolsey Hall - Buy your own drinks, soft drinks or snacks as you like using credit/debit card (Yale Dining is cashless). On site seat ticket distribution 6:15-7:15pm at the Well. Musical Program: The Yale Philharmonia, led by Principal Conductor Peter Oundjian, closes its season with a performance with northern European and alpine themes: Grieg: Peer Gynt Suite No. 1, Op. 46 Mahler: Lieder eines fahrenden Gesellen (Songs of a Wayfarer) (1884–85) Strauss: An Alpine Symphony, Op. 64 New Haven, CT — 500 Prospect street false
    • Apr 26
      6:30PM – 8:30PM
      New York, NY
      Add to Calendar 2024-04-26T18:30:00 2024-04-26T20:30:00 America/New_York Art Exhibition in the Yale Club Library: Palatte to Purpose For one historic night in The Yale Club's Library, take in this incredible exhibition of curated Yale artwork, all with a focus on climate promise and innovation, rather than nihilism and devastation. Spearheaded by Camila Young '26 and Elena Boudin '26 and their respective nonprofits, Relief After Disaster and One Blue Earth, this night hopes to provoke your preconceptions about our current relationship with our climate. Accompanied by Yale's best jazz musicians, and showcasing some of Yale's most talented visual artists, filmmakers, and poets, this night is not one to miss! Limited bar and hors d'oeurvres will be served throughout. You must be 21 years or older to consume alcohol at this event. Any attendees under 21 years of age will be given a wristband. Any attempt to undermine these policies will be immediately expelled from the event. New York, NY — 50 Vanderbilt Avenue false
  • Saturday 4/27/24

    • Apr 27, 2024
      Starts at 8:00AM
      Geneva, Switzerland
      Add to Calendar 2024-04-27T08:00:00 2024-04-27T08:00:00 America/New_York Guided Tour at the International Museum of the Reformation with the Yale Club of Switzerland

      Join the Yale Club of Switzerland for a free tour of the International Museum of the Reformation graciously offered and guided by the Museum’s director. Located next to the city’s cathedral, it is uniquely positioned as the only secular museum devoted to the history of both the Reformation and Protestantism. 

      Whether you are new to Geneva or curious about its cultural specificities, this tour will provide you with an opportunity to revisit its major historical events and gain a deeper understanding of what has shaped people’s life experiences. 

      We look forward to many of you joining us and rediscovering a part of local cultural identity as an illustration of how Reformation and Protestantism have evolved over the past centuries. 

       

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      Guided Tour at the International Museum of the Reformation
    • Apr 27
      8:30AM – 11:30AM
      Playitas San Geronimo
      Add to Calendar 2024-04-27T08:30:00 2024-04-27T11:30:00 America/New_York Yale Day of Service: Puerto Rico, San Juan - Mangrove Planting at Playitas San Geronimo

      We will be planting mangroves in the Condado Lagoon on the morning of Saturday, April 27th. Join Yalie Isiah Cruz ’17 and Climate Action in partnership with Estuario.org for the mangrove planting. The event is family friendly as long as children are accompanied by an adult. There is no minimum age. All tools will be provided. We just ask that people were closed toed shoes (boots recommended), bring sunscreen and bug spray, and wear clothes that they don’t mind getting dirty. • Parking: Free parking is not available for the event. We advise that people arrive early to allow time for parking. There is a mix of paid and free parking in the area pending availability.

      o Paid Parking- 1019 Ashford Lot, The Place Parking, Terra Luna Parking

      o Free Parking- Laguna del Condado Profesor Jaime Benítez, Street Parking

       

      o Ama Earth Group- Ama Earth Group, based in Puerto Rico, is at the forefront of ecological restoration, leveraging cutting-edge climate technology and deep-rooted indigenous practices to regenerate the Earth. The organization specializes in orchestrating hyper-local projects that bring together various community stakeholders, including individuals, businesses, and local groups, to collaboratively restore and protect natural ecosystems. Ama is supported by a unique funding model, where monthly subscriptions from both individuals and businesses directly finance these vital restoration activities, ensuring a continuous commitment to environmental health and community empowerment.

      o Estuario- Estuario is a non-profit organization focused on the conservation and rehabilitation of the San Juan Bay Estuary in Puerto Rico. Its activities are centered on enhancing the water quality of the estuary, promoting community engagement through educational programs, and fostering collaborative efforts among various stakeholders to restore and protect the estuary’s ecosystem. The organization is committed to improving the resilience of the local community and the estuary’s natural environment against environmental threats.

      • Registration:

      o Participants must register at https://estuario.org/events/ (event titled 'Viaje de campo: siembra de vegetación costera [ADULTOS Y JÓVENES]') in addition to registering on the Yale Day of Service page

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    • Apr 27
      9:00AM – 12:00PM
      Troseth House, Roseville
      Add to Calendar 2024-04-27T09:00:00 2024-04-27T12:00:00 America/New_York Yale Day of Service: MN, Roseville - Wingspan Life Resources

      Assist with yard work for homes for adults with developmental disabilities. Tasks include raking the lawn, picking up sticks, flower planting, trimming growth and sweeping the deck/patio.

      Children able to do yard work are welcome. Adult supervision requested. Wear closed-toed shoes and clothing that can get dirty.

      Wingspan Life Resources is a non-profit organization that offers residential care in group homes and in-home programs to adults with developmental disabilities. The Wingspan Life Resources mission is to help individuals who are challenged by ability, health, or age, and to realize their own unique gifts, talents, and dreams. They fulfill this mission by providing individualized support services that promote personal choice, independence, dignity, and fellowship with the community.

       

      Project Coordinator: Rudy Hokanson '74 MDiv; '81 MBA

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    • Apr 27
      11:00AM – 2:00PM
      Gwendolyn Brooks Park
      Add to Calendar 2024-04-27T11:00:00 2024-04-27T14:00:00 America/New_York Yale Day of Service: IL, Chicago - 6th Annual Earth Day Poetry, Ecology, and Restoration

      Welcome to Earth Day 2024: Poetry • Ecology • Restoration

      Join us on Sat, Apr 27, 2024 at 11:00 AM at Gwendolyn Brooks Park for a day filled with nature, creativity, and community. This event celebrates our planet through poetry readings, ecology workshops, and restoration projects. Connect with like-minded individuals who share a passion for preserving our urban parks. Let's come together to honor Mother Earth and inspire positive change. See you there! 

      (RAIN DATE MAY 11)

      Contacts:

      YaleBlueGreen Chicago-Green Blocks Initiative, Yale Chicago: Judith Singleton '00 MA

      YaleBlueGreen-Green Blocks Initiative, YaleWomen, YChicago: Margot McMahon '84 MFA

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    • Apr 27, 2024
      Starts at 12:00PM
      Austin, TX
      Add to Calendar 2024-04-27T12:00:00 2024-04-27T12:00:00 America/New_York BOLD & Beyond Central Texas: Austin

      Join us to stroll the outdoor sculpture gardens followed by a picnic with snacks will be provided. Guests are welcome to bring a picnic lunch or purchase additional food from the on-site restaurant.

      $10 per person | children under 2 are free

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      Bold & Beyond: Austin
    • Apr 27
      1:00PM – 2:30PM
      New Haven, CT
      Add to Calendar 2024-04-27T13:00:00 2024-04-27T14:30:00 America/New_York ‘Shining Light on Truth: Yale, New Haven and Slavery’ Talk and Tour with the Yale Club of New Haven Since 2020, the Yale and Slavery Research Project has been exploring and documenting Yale's complex past that includes direct and indirect ties to slavery. https://yaleandslavery.yale.edu/ Join Yale Club of New Haven alumni and friends for an exclusive free introductory talk and tour of the new exhibit "Shining Light on Truth: New Haven, Yale and Slavery" at the New Haven Museum, on view now through summer 2024. Start with a special Introductory talk and overview in the Museum Ballroom presented by Michael Morand of the Beinecke Library and NH Musem staff. Learn about the HBCU that didn't start in New Haven in 1831, and early Yale buildings built with the labor or wealth from enslaved people. Discuss how Yale is reckoning with its racial past and the University's forward-looking commitments and actions. Then View the Special Exhibit Galleries with historical details, documents, and photographs of 300+ year history of slavery, abolition, and African American achievement at Yale and in New Haven. > All Yale Alumni, family, guests and children are welcome - suggested for ages 10 and up, given the subject matter. >> Download your FREE Digital Copy of the Book, Yale and Slavery: A History, by Sterling Professor of History David W. Blight with the Yale and Slavery Research Project. online here https://yaleandslavery.yale.edu/. Or purchase it where ever books are sold. New Haven, CT — 114 Whitney Avenue false