WHEN: Sunday, February 13 at 1 p.m.
WHERE: Gascogne, 158 Eighth Ave. (at 18th St.), NYC
Given the success of our brunch in November, we’ve decided to do it again — this time at Gascogne. Zagat calls Gascogne a “quintessential” French bistro.
$29 includes your choice of a mimosa, bloody mary or orange juice, three course brunch, coffee or tea, tax and tip (to see the brunch menu, click here and scroll down)
We are limited to 14 people, so register online today.
Non-Dartmouth guests are welcome.
WHEN: Sunday, January 2 at 3 p.m.
WHERE: Guggenheim Museum, 1071 5th Ave. (at 89th St), NY, NY
Join DGALA on a guided tour of “Chaos and Classicism: Art in France, Italy, and Germany, 1918-1936” before the show closes. NY Magazine called the exhibit one of the 10 best exhibitions of the year and the NY Times described it as “mystifying” and “totally engrossing”.
Cost is $18 and includes museum admission and guided tour.
Space is limited to 12, so buy your tickets today.
DGALA is pleased to announce the election of the following individuals to the DGALA Board of Directors:
- Uriel Barrera-Vasquez ’98
- William Boulware ’90
- Dana Carne DMS ’10 Tu ’10
- Rigel Cable ’10
- Brendan Connell ’87
- Isai Pemier Tu ’05
- Tim Stanne ’03
- Bess Tortolani ’98
In addition, Sarah Burgamy ’00, Nick Chamousis ’73, David Hankins ’06 and S. Caroline Kerr ’05 were re-elected. You can learn more about the new directors in the fall edition of the Green Light!
As mentioned in the latest edition of the Green Light, a more complete set of excerpts from President Kim’s remarks to DGALA members at the annual DGALA mini-reunion can be found here.
The latest edition of the Green Light is now available online here. You can also find issues dating back to 2004 here.