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On the eve of our 250th anniversary...
President Philip J. Hanlon ’77 & Gail M. Gentes ’77 and Dartmouth Board of Trustees Chair Laurel J. Richie ’81 and Regional Campaign Co-Chairs:
Catherine Craighead Briggs ’88 P’20
John J. Donahoe ’82 P’09,’15,’17
Karen C. Francis DeGolia ’84
invite you to a memorable evening of community, conversation, and celebration as we share plans to build on the best of Dartmouth on behalf of humankind.
Attire:Business casual—touch of green encouraged
RSVP by January 31, 2019.
6:30 PM Doors open (light refreshments)
7:00 PM Campaign program
8:00 PM Dartmouth Turns 250! party (hearty hors d’oeuvres)
Register here by January 31, 2019
Questions?Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 603-646-3328
Join us for an entertaining evening of hearty laughs, outstanding wine, and fun prizes. Leading the night is Tuck '97 and upcoming headliner of the legendary Carolines on Broadway, Paul Ollinger! After fifteen years selling digital advertising for Yahoo! and Facebook, Ollinger launched a comedy career that has taken him all across North America. His accomplishments include opening for top comics Dave Attell and Norm Macdonald, appearances on The Apprentice, Red Eye on Fox, and countless Comedy Festivals, authoring his own book, "You Should Totally Get an MBA: A Comedian's Guide to Top U.S. Business Schools," and creating the podcast Crazy Money premiering January 22, 2019.
Paul will be performing at Los Altos Tasting Room by Byington Vineyard & Winery, owned by Tuck '96 Amy Madsen and Benny Madsen. Each guest will enjoy a tasting flight of Byington wines plus one glass of Byington wine, the comedy show, and one raffle ticket (must be present to win). Light bites are available for purchase. Comedy portion to begin promptly at 7:45 PM. Warning: some adult topics and language.
This event is $40 per person plus tax. Register online at https://bookeo.com/byington?type=
3153EJFU4616862747F29 . Space is limited. Please register as soon as possible.
If interested in making a brief announcement, plugging a community non-profit, etc. prior to the comedy portion, please contact email@example.com. In the "How did you hear about us?" section, please include your Dartmouth school and graduation year..
Join the DAASV Events Committee, and help us plan and execute events and activities in 2019. 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.
“Monet: The Late Years" will feature fifty paintings by Claude Monet dating mainly from 1913 to 1926, the final phase of the artist’s long career. During his late years, the well-traveled Monet stayed close to home, inspired by the variety of elements making up his own garden at Giverny, a village located about 45 miles from Paris. With its evolving scenery of flower beds, footpaths, willows, wisteria, and nymphaea, the garden became a personal laboratory for the artist’s concentrated study of natural phenomena. The exhibition will focus on the series of paintings that Monet invented, and just as important, reinvented, in this setting. In the process, it will reconsider the conventional notion that many of the late works painted on a large scale were preparatory for the Grand Decorations, rather than finished paintings in their own right. Boldly balancing representation and abstraction, Monet’s radical late works redefined the master of Impressionism as a forebear of modernism.
During World War I, Monet remained at Giverny, where he continued painting even though he could hear gunfire from the Western Front. At the end of World War I, Monet announced his intention to present his Grand Decorations to the French government as an artistic monument to peace.
Please come join your fellow Dartmouth alums for what should be a great experience, as we have been fortunate to arrange for a private, docent-led tour early in the exhibit’s run. And please note: as an added bonus, our admission entitles us to visit the Gauguin: A Spiritual Journey exhibit upstairs from the Monet.
This year is the 17th Annual Winter Carnival West, hosted by the Dartmouth Outing Club of Northern California at the DOCNC cabin up on Donner Pass. Please join us for a weekend of revelry, including a day of skiing at Sugar Bowl with awards for BEST COSTUME and BIG AIR (we recommend bringing your a-game to both of these events), our annual 'Pink Time' twilight happy hour on the snowbank shores of Lake Mary, and of course, a traditional Dartmouth Feed Saturday night. Sunday is typically a recreation day, excellent for backcountry skiing, or sometimes just enjoying a book by the fire. It’s free to join any or all of these events; lift tickets to Sugar Bowl sold separately. $65 to reserve a bed at the DOCNC cabin for the weekend. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve a slot at the cabin. We hope to see you there!
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