Convivial Conversation & Cuisine for Williams Faculty, Staff and Community Members
The Faculty Club Annual Dinner will be taking place on May 4th! Please call the reservation line at 597-3089 by Tuesday, April 25th or email [email protected]
Cocktails at 6 and Dinner at 6:30. Price is $32 and menu is below:
(Grape Tomatoes, Fresh Blueberries, Dried Cranberries, Walnuts, Saga Bleu Cheese, and Balsamic Vinaigrette)
Baked Stuffed Chicken Breasts with Arugula and Fontina
Herb Roasted Red Potatoes
Fresh Baked Rolls with Whipped Butter
Vegan: Gluten-free Vegetable Ratatouille
One glass of wine served with dinner
Mother’s Day Brunch
MOTHER’S DAY BRUNCH Sunday, May 14, 2017
Williams College | Faculty House
11:00 AM – 1:00 PM
Fresh Cut Fruit Salad
Skier’s French Toast | Sausage | Homefries
Chef Carved Virginia Ham with Pineapple Sauce
Warm Apple Crisp with Whipped Cream
Frozen Novelty Ice Creams (for children) Orange & Cranberry Juice
Milk | Coffee | Tea | Decaf | Iced Water
$25/ per non-member guests ages 11 & up
$10.00/per person ages 3-10
Please call the reservation line at 597-3089 by Tuesday May 4th or email [email protected] A minimum of 30 guests are required for this event to occur. Reservations may be made for up to a table of eight. Please include the number in your party, names and a phone number or email, if they are members or guests and if a vegetarian meal is requested. If you must cancel your reservation please do so at least 48 hours in advance or you will be billed for the full amount.
Friendly Fridays May
FRIENDLY FRIDAY May 19, 2017
Featured Drink: Margarita on the Rocks
Living Room | 4:30 pm- 7:30 pm
(offered for duration of event)
Tortilla Chips with Salsa and Guacamole Dip Vegetable Crudites with Ranch Dip
Main Dining Room | 5:00 pm – 7:30 pm
Pulled Pork with Soft Rolls
Warm Peach Cobbler with Whipped Cream
Coffee, Tea, and Decaf
FACULTY CLUB MYSTERY BOOK CLUB
When: Friday May 19, 2017 at 1:30 pm
Where: Faculty Club Library
What: Jacqueline Winspear’s “Messanger of Truth”
Controversial artist, Nick Bassington-Hope falls to his death the night before an exhibition of his artwork. The police rule it an accident but Nick’s twin sister, Georgiana, a wartime journalist and infamous figure in her own right thinks it must be murder. Unable to convince the police she enlists the help of a fellow college alum, Masie Dobbs, a psychologist and detective.
Any questions Contact Jean Vankin at [email protected] or 413-458-5606. Everyone is welcome… book read or not. Come and enjoy the discussion and, perhaps, discover a new author or book.
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.
If you would like your email added to the club’s listserv please email us at [email protected]. Even if someone else in your household has their email on the list, you may add your own to make sure you receive all messages and newsletters.
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.