Saturday June 15: World of Espionage at the Franklin Institute with Agent Martha Peterson

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THIS EVENT HAS BEEN POSTPONED UNTIL JUNE THE 15TH. IF YOU’VE ALREADY PURCHASED TICKETS, YOU’LL HAVE FIRST OPTION TO ATTEND THE FOLLOWING WEEKEND. IF YOU HAVE PURCHASED TICKETS BUT ARE UNABLE TO ATTEND, PLEASE CONTACT BRAD BAER (BBAER@AYA.YALE.EDU) FOR A REFUND.

Marti is also author of The Spy Widow in which she reveals how she ran the CIA’s most valuable Soviet asset during the Cold War and chronicles her journey from the jungles in Laos to Lubyanka prison. Marti is coming to Philadelphia just for our club ! ! !

The Secret World of Espionage exhibit features over 200 rare treasures from the CIA, the FBI, the National Reconnaissance Office (NRO), and the largest private collection of intelligence artifacts owned by historian H. Keith Melton, founder of the International Spy Museum in Washington, D.C. The Spy exhibit includes navigating through an actual laser field and high tech gadgets like a collapsible motorbike, a two-person submersible, a CIA robotic catfish as well as items featured in the movie Argo.

On Saturday, June 15th, we’ll gather at the Milk & Honey coffee house on 18th Street and Logan Square, starting at 11:00AM for a delicious brunch and to listen to Marti Peterson. Enjoy one choice from four options: omelette, bagel and salmon, quiche or French toast, plus coffee or tea. At 1:00PM, we’ll walk across Logan Square to spend the afternoon enjoying the exhibit at our leisure.

Space limited to the first 24 guests.

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Club Members -Young/recent grads or their guests:                                                                     

Only Brunch with Marti $18

Only Spy Exhibit & Franklin Institute $23

Club Members- All other grads or their guests:                                                                           

Only Brunch with Marti $23

Only Spy Exhibit & Franklin Institute $23