Join the Cornell Club of San Diego on Sunday, May 21st for an adventure in chocolate tasting at a high-end artisan Chocolatier, right here in Sorrento Valley! This event will include chocolate tasting, pairing of chocolates with cocktails, participation in making chocolates, and chocolate to take home. We are limited to the first 35 people who register, so be sure to sign up today!
True Food Kitchen
7007 Friars Road
San Diego, CA 92108
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On the day of, please be prepared to pay for your meal using cash or Venmo. Contact Michael Jalkio <firstname.lastname@example.org> with any questions about the event.
Come be a part of this exclusive opportunity to enjoy a private collection of early modernism and Russian Constructivism, featuring original works by Leger, Picasso, Calder, and others at a beautiful home in North County. This remarkable collection includes portfolios of El Lissitsky that were recently on loan at the Timken Museum. You'll enjoy wine and hors d'oeuvres on this wonderful property, and valet parking will be included.
Thinking about writing a children's book? Ever wonder what the book publishing process is like? Come listen to a panel discussion with three traditionally published children's book authors, followed by Q&A and book signings. Cornell alumnus Henry Herz wrote the fractured fairy tale LITTLE RED CUTTLEFISH and MABEL & THE QUEEN OF DREAMS, a bedtime picture book based on Mercutio's soliloquy from Romeo & Juliet. Shelley Moore Thomas wrote the GOOD KNIGHT series of picture books and easy readers, and the middle-grade novel, THE SEVEN TALES OF TRINKET. Sally Pla just released her debut middle-grade novel, THE SOMEDAY BIRDS.
UC San Diego cordially invites Cornell University alumni to a Chancellor’s Associates Colloquium featuring Dr. Gabriel A. Silva Professor and Vice Chair, Department of Bioengineering on the topic of the future of artificial intelligence is natural intelligence: Discovering the brain’s internal algorithms
Come join your fellow Cornellians to celebrate the holiday season. Partake in some food, libations and mingle and enjoy each other’s company at the private 77 Social Club (21+ only) located inside the resort grounds of The Bay Club Carmel Valley.
Get an insiders look at the analytics behind procuring a MLB player! Come hear and meet Matt Klotsche ’03, Padres scout and Director of Baseball Information Systems. Then enjoy All You Can Eat Lunch with Cornellians, Friends and Family while watching the Padres game vs. Rockies.
Celebrate opening day of the second half of the San Diego Polo season with Aloha Sunday, an island-themed Sunday Polo event with polo matches at 1pm and 3pm. Guests will enjoy two competitive polo matches from the VIP tent, live music, Hawaiian food, traditional shave ice, fresh lei and other island-inspired treats. Each Ivy league school will have their own table in the VIP tent.
Price: $55 + $3.75 service fee
Select the number of Individual VIP tickets you would like to purchase and add them to your cart.
At checkout, enter the following discount code: IVYALUMNI2016 for $10 off each VIP ticket.
Parking is $10
Attire: Summer garden party with an island twist!
Catch up with old friends and make new ones at the next All-Ivy Mixer on Thursday, August 4, 6-8 pm at “Social Tap” at Park at the Park. The venue is located on the corner of 8th and J Street in Downtown San Diego. We’re meeting in the outdoor terrace lounge with sofas and a fire pit. Social Tap offers beer, wine, cocktails and "scratch-made pub fare". Feel free to bring a friend, partner or spouse!
San Diego Cornell + Ivy Alumni, come out for happy hour to catch up with old friends and make new ones. June's event will occur at Jimmy's Famous American Tavern (JFAT) from 6-8 PM on Thursday, June 2nd. JFAT is on the Harbor in Point Loma. It's a fantastic location RIGHT on the water overlooking the yachts and adjacent to Mitch's Seafood (SD's best fresh fish taco spot). Jimmy's has a delicious food menu in addition to wine, beer and craft cocktails. Please feel welcome to bring a friend, partner, or spouse to these events throughout the year. The more the merrier!
Malahat Spirits is offering an exclusive private distillery tour from the founders, 6 unique handcrafted Malahat spirit tastings, and cocktails to San Diego Cornell Alumni for only $30 (one of the founders is a proud Cornellian!). This event is limited to the first 60 people, and if last year is any indication, it will sell out!
May's event will occur at Panama 66 in Balboa Park from 6-8 PM on Thursday, May 5. Panama 66 has a delicious food menu in addition to wine, beer and craft cocktails. Please feel welcome to bring a friend, partner, or spouse to these events throughout the year. The more the merrier!
Look for the Cornell Pennant!
April's event will occur in Del Mar at Cucina Enoteca from 6-8 PM on Thursday, April 7). Cucina Enoteca has a delicious Happy Hour menu in addition to wine, beer and craft cocktails. Please feel welcome to bring a friend, partner, or spouse to these events throughout the year. The more the merrier!
Look for the Cornell Pennant!
Join Cornell Alumni, family & friends for a new musical adaptation of Somerset Maugham’s “Rain” at The Old Globe Theatre on April 2, 2016 at 2 pm. Pick your own seats using the attached link which reflects a Cornell Club discount. After the show, stay for “Subject Matters” talk which will explore a theme reflected in the play.