Upcoming events

  • Sunday, January 21, 2018 at 02:30 PM · $5.00 USD
    Debbie Taylor's Home in Bellaire

    YaleWomen Houston: Women in the Workplace Salon Part 2

    SUNDAY JANUARY 21st - SALON PART TWO - WATCH PARTY
    "Challenges and Opportunities: A Conversation with Anita Hill (LAW '80)"
    2:30 pm - 5:00 pm at the home of Debbie Taylor (BA '89) in Bellaire  - RSVP for address 

    Watch this reprisal of the Yale President's Women of Yale Lecture - Challenges and Opportunities: A Conversation with Anita Hill LAW '80. https://president.yale.edu/programs-outreach/women-yale-lectures

    The fee for this event (to cover refreshments) is $5. If you would like to join, please register through EVENTBRITE by January 18th so we can ensure we have logistics fully planned.

    Click Eventbrite here.

    Building on our YaleWomen_Houston first ever Women in the Workplace Salon Event, we invite you to continue the conversation following viewing of this very provocative and enlightening conversation between President Salovey and Anita Hill. Ms. Hill reflects on everything from her Yale Law School experience, her experiences with sexual harassment as a victim and advocate for women, her experiences as a professional woman of color and her insights in the emerging tech industry. 

  • Sunday, January 21, 2018 at 05:00 PM
    Arlington OR Bethesda in Bethesda, MD

    YaleWomen DC January Salon

    Are you looking for a group or forum that will provide opportunities for thoughtful, meaningful conversation and connection? Inspired by the Enlightenment Salons of the 18th century, the DC Chapter of the Alumnae Network for Harvard Women (ANHW) and the DC Chapter of YaleWomen are co-hosting a series of Salons. The idea is to get together monthly with other curious, engaging women in a relaxed atmosphere to reflect and share perspectives on topics that are important to participants. This will be an evening of great company, lively dialogue, and vino and other happy hour fare. Before each meeting, we provide links to several internet articles for participants to read in advance (less than one hour total reading time). The event will be facilitated using different formats for small and larger group discussion.

    This event is limited to women alumnae of Harvard and Yale.

    To register for the salon in Bethesda, MD: Bethesda Salon

    To register for the salon in Arlington, VA: Arlington Salon

  • Sunday, January 21, 2018 at 05:30 PM
    Alum's house

    YW-Connecticut Book Group #2 - Fairfield County Area

    We’re ready for book #2.  We are reading “Big Girls Don’t Cry: The Election that Changed Everything for American Women” by Rebecca Traister.  Thank you to the 4 alums have volunteered to host book groups!! Please email the host to sign up. 

    New Haven area:

    Date: January 21st at 5:30

    Host: Katie Magill '93 MBA magillkt@gmail.com

  • Saturday, January 27, 2018 at 10:30 AM
    Barnum Museum

    YaleWomen CT - Museum Trail - Barnum Museum

    YaleWomen would like to announce our next stop on the Museum Trail will be the (rescheduled!) visit to the historic Barnum Museum in Bridgeport, CT. Join us on Saturday, January 27 for a private tour with the museum’s Executive Director, Kathleen Maher, followed by a hard hat tour of the distinctive building's restoration.

    Conceived and constructed by American entrepreneur, showman, and politician P.T. Barnum (1810-1891), The Barnum Museum has served an international audience since 1893. P.T. Barnum's impact reaches deep into our American heritage and the story of his vast collection and contributions are preserved in his Bridgeport museum. The ornate, exotic building is a distinguishing feature of the City of Bridgeport.

    In 2010 the Barnum Museum was struck by an EF1 tornado, significantly damaging the historic landmark. The building sustained additional damage from hurricanes Irene and Sandy. While going through the re-building and re-envisioning process, a portion of the museum’s collection is on view in an ancillary space located BEHIND the museum in the adjacent People's United Bank Gallery. The 5,000-foot site houses thousands of objects that were out-loaded from the museum's historic building for safety and conservation following the tornado. Tour limited to ages 15 and up due to the rough state of the construction site.

    (Also: Barnum and Bridgeport are getting the Hollywood treatment. The Greatest Showman musical biopic starring Hugh Jackman as P.T. Barnum comes to theaters December 20.)

    WHEN:
    Saturday, January 27; 10:30pm Tour; 12:15 Optional Brunch

    WHERE:

    behind the Barnum Museum

    820 Main Street
    Bridgeport, Connecticut 06604

    (*The Museum offices and exhibit gallery are now located in the People's United Bank Gallery (the modern wing at the rear of the historic building). Follow signs pointing to the entrance from the plaza.)

    http://www.barnum-museum.org/

    COST:

    Estimated $25 or less ($250 honorarium will be divided by the number of attendees; 10 person minimum);

    Optional pay-as-you-go brunch at 12:15 across the street from the museum at:

    Ralph-n-Rich’s 

    815 Main St

    Bridgeport, CT 06604

    (www.ralphnrichs.com)

    RSVP:

    To Karen Warner karenwarner@yahoo.com no later than Sunday, January 21.

  • Sunday, January 28, 2018 at 11:30 AM
    Home of Margaret Kajeckas in Falls Church, VA

    YaleWomen DC Annual Brunch

    Join us for our annual brunch potluck and planning meeting. We will catch up after the holidays and look ahead to events for 2018. We will also review our proposed membership survey which will be distributed to all members of YaleWomen DC. Please bring a brunch dish to share. RSVP to Margaret Kajeckas for the exact address:  margandy@gmail.com

  • Sunday, February 04, 2018 at 02:30 PM
    Jones Hall, Houston Texas

    YaleWomen Houston at the Symphony

    SUNDAY FEBRUARY 4TH - YALEWOMEN HOUSTON AT THE HOUSTON SYMPHONY FEATURING PRINCIPAL FLUTIST ARALEE DOROUGH
    2:30 pm - 5:30 pm at Jones Hall, 615 Louisiana St, Houston, TX 77002.

    YaleWomen of Houston have organized a fabulous event for Yale alums at Jones Hall! You (and your family) are invited to join us for an afternoon filled with music, including an incredible flute solo performance by fellow Yale alum and Principal Flutist of the Houston Symphony, Aralee Dorough! Acclaimed conductor Fabien Gabel returns with a program of French and American classics, including Leonard Bernstein’s Overture to Candide, John Corigliano’s Conjurer for Percussionist, Strings and Brass, Jacques Ibert’s Ports of Call, and Louis Aubert’s Habanera. The program closes with Maurice Ravel’s Suite No. 2 from Daphnis and Chloé, featuring a breathtaking flute solo performed by Aralee Dorough, Principal Flutist of the Houston Symphony and a former graduate student at the Yale School of Music.  Following the performance, we will join Aralee backstage for a private reception in the Rehearsal Room. Here are all the details:

    Ticket Details:

    Price:        $65 per person if purchased before January 19

                     $75 per person if purchased before January 26 (final deadline)

    Tickets:     Click HERE to purchase your tickets!

    RSVP:        Please RSVP by January 26
                       - in order to be guaranteed tickets at the group price

    ADDITIONAL NOTES
    Do arrive early to pick up your tickets from Will Call at the Jones Hall box office. As an option, the Houston Symphony will hold their regular Prelude Pre Concert Discussion at 1:45 pm, open to all concert-goers. 

    PARKING
    Theater District parking garages are $12. You can also Uber, carpool, or take Metro to Jones Hall.

  • Sunday, February 04, 2018 at 05:30 PM
    Kate Sacks Home

    YW-Connecticut Book Group #2 - New Haven area Feb 4

    We’re ready for book #2.  We are reading “Big Girls Don’t Cry: The Election that Changed Everything for American Women” by Rebecca Traister.  Thank you to the 4 alums have volunteered to host book groups!! Please email the host to sign up. 

    New Haven area:

    Date: February 4th at 5:30

    Host: Kate Sacks '77 kbsacks@earthlink.net

  • Sunday, February 11, 2018 at 05:30 PM
    Alum's home

    YW-CT Book Group #2 - New Haven Area Feb 11

    We’re ready for book #2.  We are reading “Big Girls Don’t Cry: The Election that Changed Everything for American Women” by Rebecca Traister.  Thank you to the 4 alums have volunteered to host book groups!! Please email the host to sign up. 

    New Haven area:

    Date: February 11th at 5:30

    Host: Deborah Desir '80 MD dddesir@yahoo.com

    Pot Luck Instructions:

    A-F Dessert

    G-L Main Dish

    M-S Salad

    T-Z Appetizer

    Deborah will provides plates, cups, silverware and drinks

  • Sunday, March 04, 2018 at 03:00 PM
    Main Street Theater 2540 Times Blvd. Rice Village, Houston

    YaleWomen_ Houston at the Theater

    SUNDAY MARCH 4th - YALEWOMEN HOUSTON AT THE THEATER
    3:00 pm - 6:00 pm at Main Street theater 2540 Times Blvd. Rice Village.

     Join us for the MS Theater’s performance of Men on Boats followed by a discussion with the cast.

     Ten explorers. Four boats. One Grand Canyon. Men on Boats is the true(ish) history of an 1869 expedition, when a one-armed captain and a crew of loyal but zealous volunteers set out to chart the course of the Colorado River. Oh, and all the explorers are played by women. 

    Please note this play is not suitable for children but spouses are welcome. This event is hosted by Shannon Emerick, Yale PC '95 who both helps run this theater and is performing in this production. Tickets are available at the group rate of $29/tkt for a minimum of 10 tickets. 

    Please RSVP to lestone@aya.yale.edu by February 15th so we can lock in the group rate.