Convivial Conversation & Cuisine for Williams Faculty, Staff and Community Members
MARCH 28, 2018 / 2:30
WINSLOW HOMER PRINTS AND WATERCOLORS
IN THE NEW STUDY CENTER AT THE CLARK ART INSTITUTE
This visit will be Part 2 of the current series on Winslow Homer at the Clark led by Jock Brooks, retired Associate Director. Rarely seen, these many works on paper reveal the full scope of Homer’s art when considered along with the numerous oils we saw in Part 1. They range, like his paintings, from his artistic beginnings in the 1860s to his late – and highly accomplished – works of the early 1900s.
Meet at 2:30, March 28, in the large lobby of the Manton Center (the 1973 red granite building accessed from the second Clark entrance drive). The Study Center is free, but you should enter the Manton Center directly and not by the main entrance facility.
April 6, 2018
Living Room | 4:30 pm- 6:30 pm
$5.00 for non-members and guests
Appetizers to be served at 4:45 pm
Wings of Fire
Baba Ghanoush with Pita Wedges (V)
Spring Asparagus, Mushrooms and Gouda Flatbread (V)
Fresh Vegetable Crudites with Choice of Dips (V)
The Faculty Club Board of Governors is pleased to Welcome Professor Charles Dew;
Ephraim Williams Professor of American History, as he speaks on the legacy of slavery.
When: April 20, 2018
Time: 5:00 PM
Where: Faculty Club Downstairs Lounge
Please Note Important Change in Policy
Due to the ever-increasing demands being put on Dining Services around the Williams campus, they will no longer be able to offer any billing for any Faculty Club events. From now on, for all events, services must be paid for at the Point of Sale.
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The Faculty Club Board is joining other groups on the Williams campus in helping to do their part to attain its sustainability goals. In addition, going online has the added benefit of conserving fiscal resources. Commencing with the September 2009 newsletter, members who do not have online access (mostly our community members) will receive the newsletter via the mail. A select group of College employees who do not have regular access to computers will continue to receive theirs via campus mail. Once the monthly newsletter has been posted, an email message will be sent to all faculty and staff members with the newsletter attached.
Benefits of Membership
We know in this tough economy we are all paying more attention to where our money goes. The cost of goods and services is going up all the time, and this affects the Faculty Club too. The staff and board work together constantly, striving to offer to its membership quality and variety, while keeping the cost to you down. As a member, you receive value every time you participate in an activity at the club. From the wide array of treats at Friendly Friday to low-cost, delicious lunch every weekday to stimulating presentations and splendid meals at the wide array of evening events regularly presented, members’ fun, food, and fellowship are all subsidized by the Faculty Club Board. We encourage you to come out and participate in as many activities as possible, make the most out of your membership.
Club Policy requires that members be charged for reserved events unless they cancel their reservation 48 hours prior to the scheduled event, unless otherwise noted.