The Princeton Alumni Association of Germany is kindly opening its annual highlight event to Ivy Circle members.
Come celebrate this special occasion in a warm and cozy atmosphere, and taste the best turkey this side of the Hudson river!
When: November 21, 2015, 7:30 pm
Where: Schützenhaus Sonnenberg, Goldsteintal 50, Wiesbaden
Price: 25€ per person for the meal, drinks not included
Children are welcome!
RSVP by Nov 14: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Frankfurt arm of Tufts Alumni Chapter Germany is planning a hike in the Taunus on Saturday, Sept. 19, to which all jumbos, their friends and families as well as non-Tufts alumni from the Ivy Circle are invited.
Summer may be nearly over, but that means the perfect time is coming up to dig up your hiking boots and enjoy the fresh autumn air and the beautiful colors of the forest on a walk in the Taunus! Join us for a walk from Hohemark to the Sandplacken, where we’ll have a picnic lunch at the ruins of the Limes fortification.
The total route will be around 10-12 kilometers, with the part before lunch being about 5.5-6 km (mostly uphill) and the part after lunch shorter at around 4.5 km, (mostly downhill). While the trails should not be very rough, please note that the difference in elevation between Hohemark and Sandplacken is around 300 meters. Do bring a picnic lunch (just for yourself or to share with other hikers) and weatherproof clothing – it might be quite a few degrees colder at the top than at the bottom! Depending on how long we stop for lunch, we should be back at Hohemark by mid-afternoon.
Ivy Circle “Stammtisch”: Summer Edition
We had another excellent turnout on July 30, with a diverse group composition, leading to stimulating conversation and fun times.
The summer break will not stop us from getting together. We will be in the usual place and time on the last Thursday of August. Wishing all a great summer!
Wiesbaden Weinfest: Friends, Wine & More
The Princeton & Wharton Alumni Clubs of Rhein-Main are hosting an evening of relaxed wine-tasting and conversation in the famous Wiesbaden Weinfest (one of the biggest in the world! And celebrating its 40th anniversary this year).
We have reserved a table in a tent, so we don’t have to worry about the weather. Seating space is first-come, first-served – do come early! But traditionally, there is no issue finding a friendly neighbor if necessary…