The event is $18 per person if registered online by June 21, and $25 if registering at the door with the Eventbrite app (pending available tickets). The cost covers two drink tickets, pizza, DJ and a photo booth. When you arrive, bring your printed ticket or download the Eventbrite app to have your tickets scanned at the door. Registration is required. Attendees may bring one guest.
Lyric Theatre proudly presents two of the most famous one act music productions in the repertoire, Giacomo Puccini’s comic farce Gianni Schicchi, and Gilbert and Sullivan’s first collaborative effort, Trial By Jury.
DAASV will be reserving a block of tickets for the 2pm show on Sat, June 24th, 2017. Tickets will include the Pre-Show talk at 1pm, as well as an exclusive Dartmouth-only behind the scenes tour with Edward Wei D'03 (a Dartmouth ensemble member) following the show.
Sat, June 24, 2017, 2 pm
Pre-Show Talk at 1pm
Post-Show Tour (Meet in lobby after the show. Look for CHRISTIE MA '04, who will be wearing Dartmouth gear.)
Important: Tickets will be purchased on June 16 in order to obtain blocks of seats together. The tickets for the pre-show talk and for the performance should be picked up at Will Call. After the 16th, DAASV registration for the event will be closed, but you are welcome to purchase tickets on your own and then join the DAASV group for the post-show tour.
Note from Lyric Theater: During all five June performances at the Montgomery, Lyric Theatre welcomes its audience members to donate food and/or funds to Second Harvest’s vital work. For your convenience, there are multiple ways and levels of giving at the lobby: from tax-deductible cash, credit card or check donations to non-perishable food drop-off (no glass containers, please).
Thinking of applying to business school and want some help in navigating the application?
Then come to the Harvard Club of San Francisco's interactive workshop in June on Tips for a Successful Business School Application by Master Admissions' founder Betsy Massar (HBS '82).
On June 27 in San Francisco, Betsy, founder of Master Admissions, will present her interactive workshop that has been has been so successful for the past seven years. Whether you are applying to Tuck, HBS, Stanford, Wharton, Chicago, Kellogg, MIT Sloan or any other business school, she’ll demystify the admissions process. We’ll talk about not just the essay questions, but the whole application.
At the workshop, you’ll go through exercises to help you identify unique personal and career successes. You will brainstorm ways to tell your own story in an inviting and compelling way. You will join small teams get to know each other, using both the left and the right side of your brain to identify what makes you stand out from just any old applicant.
We’ll have food on hand to keep you nourished, and by the end of the workshop, you will have at least one story that admissions committees can't wait to read about.
Successful candidates from past workshops have ended up at HBS (of course), GSB, Tuck, Wharton, Haas, Chicago, and every school on the A-list. Feel free to bring colleagues and friends. Please note – you do not have to be a Harvard graduate to attend!
Date: Tuesday, June 27
Time: 6:00pm - 8:00pm
Place: Sandbox Suites, 404 Bryant St (@2nd St), San Francisco
Cost: $30, $35 after June 23. Includes pizza and beverages!
RSVP requested by June 23
Details for this year’s event, with more information at the link
Save the date! "A Midsummer Night's Dream" is being performed by Shakespeare's Associates at the Livermore Shakespeare Festival. Join Dartmouth alums, friends and family for an evening of wine tasting, a delicious pre-show buffet dinner and this delightful Shakespearean comedy at Wente Vineyards Estate Winery and Tasting Room in beautiful Livermore Valley wine country.
Cost estimate (to be confirmed): Wine Tasting $18/Dinner $49/Play $40 ($107 estimated total for all three)
For more information, please contact Dick Wenzel '71: email@example.com
Last year, more than 10,000 members of the Dartmouth community attended DAASV events. If you want to be first in line to take advantage of these amazing opportunities to network with your fellow alumni, then join the Events Committee. This is our Club’s largest, and most active committee.
Join the DAASV Events Committee, and help us plan and execute events and activities in 2017. Plan an event that will attract the people you want to meet. Sharpen your event planning and project management skills with like-minded alumni. This is a great starting point for getting involved in your Club.
All DAASV members are welcome.
Can't wait another eleven months for Winter Carnival West? Good news! You don't have to!
This year, on the weekend of August 19-20, the 1st Annual Tube Stock West celebration will be hosted by the Dartmouth Outing Club of Northern California at the DOCNC cabin up in Donner Pass.
Please join us for a weekend of revelry including hiking, biking, lakeside lounging, a summertime installment of Winter Carnival West's "Pink Time" on the sunny shores of Lake Mary (featuring a pong tournament), and of course, a traditional Dartmouth Feed Saturday night.
It’s free to join any or all of these events and $65 to reserve a bed at the DOCNC cabin for the weekend. Please save the date, get excited, and send any questions/reservation requests to Brendan Nagle at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This is also a great opportunity for new or potential members, especially young alumni, to get to know the club and the cabin. During the weekend, there will be an orientation session on cabin use, now required for anyone who wants to reserve the cabin.