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Friday September 13
6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
Join us for a generative writing workshop with Kathy Curto '89, MFA '12 in Philadelphia. Kathy teaches at the Sarah Lawrence Writing Institute, Montclair State University, and also serves on the faculty of the Joe Papaleo Writers' Workshop in Cetara, Italy. She recently published her memoir "Not for Nothing - Glimpses into a Jersey Girlhood". Space is limited.
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Saturday September 14
5:30 PM - 8:00 PM
Gather with alumni at The Getty Museum for their free concert series Off the 405 featuring Ex Hex. Ex Hex exploded onto the scene with their unfettered brand of rock and riffage. On vocals and guitar is Mary Timony, known for her bands Helium, Autoclave, and Wild Flag, a collaboration with Sleater-Kinney's Carrie Brownstein and Janet Weiss. Joined by Betsy Wright on bass and vocals, and Laura Harris on drums, Ex Hex's 2014 debut Rips scored widespread acclaim including Best New Music honors from Pitchfork. Near-constant touring throughout 2015 and 2016 established the band as a force to be reckoned with: an audacious three-piece distilling rock music to its essence with formidable skills and a reputation for frenzied and unabashedly fun live shows. Their music is a powerful new take on the ebullient and nostalgic sounds of 80s big-hair, glitter-covered hard rock, reclaimed for today's generation. The group's highly anticipated follow up, It's Real, has arrived with their signature larger-than-life riffs, unforgettable hooks, and swaggering guitars, refined and amped up.
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Sunday September 15
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Join us for a fascinating walking tour where you'll discover the life of pirates and the inhabitants living in the scrappy Dutch colony of New Amsterdam, long before New York was New York. Historians Alexandra Delare '10 and Jonathan Anderson will be your guides. Step into the wooden shoes of the early settlers and see what life was like being an employee of the Dutch West India Company. Based on exciting new research that has taken place over the last 35 years, you'll hear a brand new side of this brave new world like you've never heard it before. The tour will meet just outside Castle Clinton National Monument in Battery Park, the Southernmost tip of Manhattan, and work its way up to Wall Street, exploring everything in between. Participants will walk one mile with flat terrain. Space is limited.
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$15.00
 
Thursday September 19
8:00 PM - 10:30 PM
Join us for a revival production of Robert Anderson's "I Never Sang for my Father" a moving and perceptive work by one of America's most distinguished playwrights at The Chain Theatre (312 West 36th Street, 4th Floor). This timeless play probes into the disquieting alienation that can exist between father and son - an estrangement that, despite the best intentions of both parties, is often deepened with age and unhealed by time. We are offering a limited number of tickets at a discount. There will be refreshments after the show sponsored by Rebecca Kelly '94.
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Sunday September 22
3:00 PM - 4:15 PM
Join us for an Art and Architecture Tour of The Boston Public Library highlighting the architecture of its famed Central Library building in Copley Square as well as the art treasures within, including works by Daniel Chester French and John Singer Sargent. The tour will be led by Gail Twersky Reimer ’72 and start in the McKim Vestibule just inside of the Dartmouth Street entrance.
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Wednesday September 25
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Foodies join us for the 18 Reasons Community Dinner this September. Dine with fellow Sarah Lawrence alumni, experience a wonderful seasonal dinner, and meet 18 Reasons Executive Director Sarah Nelsen '02. 18 Reasons is a community cooking school offering nightly classes and through their free Cooking Matters program teaches thousands of low-income adults, kids and families how to shop, cook, and eat well on a tight budget. We are offering a limited number of tickets to the monthly community dinner at a discount. Your ticket includes a delicious meal in a communal setting - wine and beer are available for sale at the event.
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Event registration summary
Philadelphia: Writing Workshop with Kathy Curto '89, MFA '12:
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$10.00
Los Angeles: Off the 405: Ex Hex at The Getty Museum:
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NYC: New Amsterdam Walking Tour with Alexandra Delare ’10:
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$15.00
NYC: "I Never Sang for My Father" Performance and Refreshments:
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$15.00
Boston: Art and Architecture Tour of The Boston Public Library with Gail Twersky Reimer ’72:
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$10.00
San Francisco: 18 Reasons Community Dinner:
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$10.00
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