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The Smith College Club of Philadelphia is proud to announce that Marc Lendler, Professor of American Government, will be coming to Philadelphia on October 9th to speak to our group about the upcoming presidential election. For those who did not have the pleasure of taking a class with him, Professor Lendler is an engaging lecturer who is sure to bring a unique perspective to current electoral issues. We are thrilled to be holding this event at The Acorn Club, an elegant women’s club in Center City established in 1886. Join us for a delicious meal, followed by Professor Lender’s talk, and of course, time for Q&A and mingling afterwards. RSVP with pre-payment required.
When: Tuesday, October 9th, 6 – 9 pm. Cash bar cocktail hour from 6 – 7 pm. Dinner will be served at 7 pm, followed by talk.
Where: The Acorn Club, 1519 Locust Street, Philadelphia, PA 19102. Click here for directions.
Menu: Acorn Salad (Greens in Season, Chevre, Julienne Tomato and Cucumber, French Vinaigrette), Poulet Grand’Mere Vol au Vent and Haricot Verts, Lace and Chocolate Chip Cookies, Tea and Coffee. Vegetarian/vegan options are available upon request. Please indicate any dietary requirements when you RSVP.
Cost: $30 for members, $35 for non-members. Pre-payment reserves your place. Spouses, partners, and friends welcome.
RSVP required by October 6. Please reserve your spot via Paypal, below (in the “Notes to Seller” area, please indicate “Lendler event,” and provide your name and class year, number of guests, and any dietary requirements) or by mailing a check made out to “Smith College Club of Philadelphia” to Lindsey Allen, Treasurer, 918 Pine Street, 2R, Philadelphia, PA 19107.
Not a member yet? Support the club and get a discount on this and other upcoming events by becoming a member today.