Monday, March 19, 2018
Time: 11:30 am – 1:30 pm
Lunch and Learn: The Nature Conservancy
Location: The Taft Center (425 Walnut St, Downtown)
All Ivy alumni, friends and guests are invited to join the Cincinnati Yale Club as two Yale School of Forestry alumni describe their work at The Nature Conservancy in Ohio and throughout the world, including research and communications on energy production, and the role of nature in solving challenges for people. Dr. Anne Trainor and Bill Stanley will also discuss their training at Yale School of Forestry, and how these experiences shaped their decisions and careers. Enter a discussion about recent conservation successes, ongoing challenges, new ideas, and The Nature Conservancy’s future efforts. This special event will be held at the Taft Center (425 Walnut St. – enter on Fifth St., opposite Fountain Square and take escalator to second floor, right above FedEx/Kinko’s). Price: $16.00 (includes box lunch and beverages); $9.00 for students and recent alums; special discount for CYC members who pay 2018 dues; no charge if no lunch order, but please register for that option specifically so we can account for space needs. Walk-ins and registration after March 15 are welcome, but lunch cannot be guaranteed. To register and purchase tickets visit for full details. Contact Barbara Wagner with questions.
Magavet to Perform at Cedar Village
When: Thursday, March 22,
Time: 6:30 p.m.
Where: Cedar Village, 5467 Cedar Village Drive, Mason, OH – in the CRCC
Magavet, one of the nation’s premiere Jewish a cappella singing groups, composed of Yale undergraduate students, is known for its sweet blend of voices, unique arrangements and lighthearted sense of humor. The group’s repertoire ranges from modern Israeli pop tunes and Renaissance choral works to Yiddish folk tunes and Zionist classics.
Attendance is free.
Sponsored by The Cedar Village Harkavy and Berg Funds in partnership with Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion