Your YUWO newsletter includes signup forms, reservation deadlines, and program information for all YUWO-sponsored activities. Please check this website or your newsletter for specific information about activity groups that meet on a regular (i.e., monthly) basis as well as special activities or events.
Many of our YUWO activity groups meet on a regular, monthly (or more often) basis, and are not listed below. For a complete list of all YUWO activities, their meeting times, and contact information, please see our Activities page.
Saturday, November 2
7:30 pm (dinner at 6:00 pm)
Opera Scenes. Tickets $10. Dinner before the concert at 6:00pm, Great Wall of China, 67 Whitney Avenue, New Haven. Questions? Call Raejeanne Kier (203-287-2443).
Wednesday, October 2 and 9
and November 6, 13 and 20
Fall Study Group
New Haven Lawn Club
Thursday, November 21
Lobby, Yale University Art Gallery
We will have a guided tour, under the guidance of Molleen Theodore, YAG Senior Fellow. The focus will be Yale’s exhibit of the Dorothy and Herbert Vogel collection "Fifty Works for Fifty States" (for more, visit vogel5050.org). Call Anneke Hathaway at 203-752-0460 to reserve a spot.
Tuesday, November 26
Lunch & Learn
Yale Visitors' Center
YUWO Newcomer Charlotte Evans will speak on "Stories from Antarctica," where she spent three months on assignment for the New York Times. Charlotte is a former reporter, editor and newsroom manager for the Times.
REMINDER: Lunch & Learn starts at 12 noon, with the presentation at 12:15, leaving time for questions before we must vacate the room for Yale Group Tours at 1:30.
Saturday, December 7
8:00 pm (dinner at 6:30 pm)
Advent Concert – Bach, Haydn, Britten, Verdi, Willcox, Dinner at 6:30, Yorkside Pizza, New Haven. Questions? Call Raejeanne Kier (203-287-2443).
Sunday, Decemebr 8
YUWO HOLIDAY PARTY
4:00 - 6:00 pm
Cultural Arts Center at the Whitney Center
200 Leeder Hill Drive, Hamden
Although the main purpose of the event is to socialize and welcome the holiday season, the YUWO Scholarship funds greatly benefit (last year over $2000) from this event. Interest and Activity Groups once again are encouraged to exercise their creativity and generosity and create baskets for the raffle. Quality or gently used items, handmade sweaters, pottery or wooden bowls or tickets to Long Wharf Theater, a night at the Yale Club of New York City, buffet breakfast included. Please call or e-mail: Stephanie Jatlow at 203-389-2044, or Sjatlow@netscape.net