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Oct
07
The First Tuesday Lecture Series is an opportunity for Penn Vet's New Bolton Center to share new advances and cutting-edge information with the local horse community. The one-hour lectures, held once a month, will cover a wide range of veterinary subjects, each one of relevance to the horse owner and caregiver. All will be presented by New Bolton Center clinicians, with expertise in the subject. Although the lectures are free, seating is limited so pre-registration is suggested.


Dec
30
3pm @ Wells Fargo Center

Jan
03
2pm @ Walnut Street Theater

Jan
07

12pm (EDT) - 1pm (EDT

Join Professor Paul Sniegowski for a lecture on the history and culture of the Patagonian region of South America

Jan
09

Featuring Professor Sharon Ravitch
12:00PM - 1:00Pm (EDT)

Join Professor Sharron Ravitch as she discusses globalization in the education sector its relationship to Cuba.

Jan
10

Mural Tour at Department of Justice 

Behind the imposing facade of the Department of Justice is housed the largest historic art collection of any GSA-built facility.

Join the Penn Club of DC for a rare, behind-the-scenes look at the amazing murals and statuary of this building. Along with its Art Deco elements, included will be a tour of 68 murals original to the building and the Spirit of Justice, often seen in photos of Attorney Generals and once the source of controversy with John Ashcroft.

Jan
10
Help us make casserole dinners at our bi-annual Casserole Blitz!

Join us when we volunteer with the University City Hospitality Coalition to make casserole dinners. UCHC uses casseroles on average twice a week, each time going through 12 casseroles. Our casseroles will be a great help as UCHC prepares meals 250 nights a year. 60% of those 25,000 dinners are made by one person.
Jan
11

Brunch with Ben Franklin in Honor of His 309th Birthday!

Join the Penn Alumni Club of Philadelphia for a special birthday brunch celebration for University of Pennsylvania Founder Benjamin Franklin at the Liberty View Ballroom. Ben Franklin himself will join our group for photos, questions, and an interactive brunch by Brûlée Catering by Chef Jean-Marie Lacroix. The Liberty View Ballroom is located on the mezzanine level of the Independence Visitor Center in the heart of America's most Historic Square with spectacular views of Independence Hall and The Liberty Bell Center. Our buffet menu includes: Scrambled Eggs, Home-style Hashbrowns, Poblano Peppers, Assorted Mini Pastries with Butter and Fresh Preserves, Fresh Fruit, Assorted Individual Yogurts and Granola, Cereals, Bagels, and Accompaniments. Beverages include Assorted Juices, Coffee, Tea, and Bottled Water. Following brunch, our group will be escorted to see Dr. Franklin's grave.

Jan
11
2nd ANNUAL BOWLING FOR BEN EVENT, Sunday, January 11th – 5 to 8 pm
The Garage Bowling & Billiards, 1130 Broadway (on Capitol Hill), Seattle, WA 98122


Join the Penn Club of Seattle in celebrating Ben Franklin’s 309th birthday with an evening of bowling, billiards, food and drink at the great space known as “The Garage” on Capitol Hill in Seattle. Bowling begins at 5:00 PM. You can bowl, schmooze, eat and drink, play some billiards and just enjoy the company of local Penn alumni. Cost for the night will be $10, which includes bowling and shoe rentals. $20 includes bowling, shoe rental and a Penn pint glass! Food and drink is no-host. Venue is 21+ (no minors).
Jan
13

2PM - 3PM (EDT)
Featuring Professor David Wallace

Join Professor Wallace for a lecture on the history and culture in Southern Africa.

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