Annual Dinner, June 6: Why Dylan Matters
Featuring guest speaker, Richard Thomas, George Martin Lane Professor of the Classics.
It's not often that Bob Dylan dominates the discussion in a Harvard classroom, but our guest speaker, Professor Richard Thomas, teaches an entire semester class on the musical icon and now Nobel Laureate and he'll give us a taste of the subject at our Annual Dinner. This will be a fascinating presentation followed by lively Q&A.
Join Harvard friends from across southern Connecticut for the Harvard Club's Annual Dinner, our culminating event of the year. Taking place at the Ruutz-Rees Commons on the beautiful campus of Choate Rosemary Hall in Wallingford, the Annual Dinner brings together Harvard's past, present and future:
- Alumni and guests from all schools and all years.
- Recipients of the Harvard Club Summer Community Service Fellowships
- Newly admitted members of Harvard's Class of 2020!
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When: Tuesday, June 6 5:45pm - Cocktails; 6:45pm Dinner
Where: Ruutz-Rees Commons, Choate Rosemary Hall in Wallingford
Tickets: $50 pp
If you want to pay by check, please email Christine Ferrucci at firstname.lastname@example.org.