YaleWomen Philadelphia Leadership Meeting 2019

Please see a notice from our friends at YaleWomen Philadelphia:  Wednesday, May 29th from 7:00-9:00 pm Address of private home provided upon registration Calling anyone who wants to help plan our events! Many hands make light the work and rich the offerings. Please consider joining our leadership team in whatever capacity suits you so that …

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Last call! Annual meeting and talk by Professor Charles Hill this Thursday!

Annual meeting and talk by Professor Charles Hill  "A World in Disorder: Why?" May 16th | 5:30-8:00pm Philadelphia Ethical Society  5:30 - Reception with beer, wine, soft beverages and light fare. 6:30 - Annual Meeting followed immediately by Professor Charles Hill's Talk and Q&A . There's a lot going on in the world right now. Come …

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Last call for tickets to our private American Philosophical Society tour on 5/9– only two tickets remain!

Mapping a Nation: Shaping the Early American Republic  Thursday, May 9th | 5:30 Location:  American Philosophical Society 104 S 5th St Philadelphia PA 19106 This event will feature early maps from the APS collections along with compasses and other instruments that were used in surveying the new nation. We will have a private, 25 person …

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2019 Annual Mtg + Yale Professor Charles Hill on “A World in Disorder: Why?”

Annual meeting May 16th | 5:30-8:00pm Philadelphia Ethical Society  5:30 - Reception with beer, wine, soft beverages and light fare. 6:30 - Annual Meeting followed immediately by Professor Charles Hill's Talk and Q&A . There's a lot going on in the world right now. Come to our Annual Meeting to refresh and reassess. First, unwind after work …

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