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4/4/2020      Postponed: University Relations Luncheon, featuring Harvard Professor Elisa New and 2020 Distinguished Teachers of Long Island

$50/adult (includes buffet lunch) Following the luncheon and award ceremony honoring this year’s distinguished teachers, all of whom were nominated by current Harvard undergraduates from Long Island, Harvard Professor of American Literature Elisa New will discuss Long Island native Walt Whitman and how Whitman inspired her quest to bring poetry to the people. Her talk will include sneak peeks at the Season Two finale episode of her PBS series, Poetry in America, featuring playwright Tony read more »

3/29/2020      Postponed: Brunch to Honor Carolyn Hughes

$50/person - includes everything for the best brunch buffet in LI. Carolyn Hughes received the HAA Outstanding Volunteer Leadership Award on February 7th in Cambridge. It is now time for us to thank her for her 60+ years of service!!! "Carolyn Hughes is the heart of the Harvard Club of Long Island. Over 60 years of service, she has held almost every position on the club board. Through her drive and creativity, the club's offerings read more »

3/14/2020      Canceled: Hasty Pudding in New York!

The Harvard Club of Long Island cordially invites you to enjoy some Hasty Pudding in New York City! 20 prime tickets are available at $35! Please e-mail Sunil Sani if you are interested in tickets. E-mail - sunil@rigolletto.com Face your fears and journey to a grave new world! When bright-eyed teen MIA GHENSTAWORLD's mom, DONNA DEDEAD, becomes a zombie, she and her detective brother, LUKE ACLUE, are forced to move to Transylvania. Unfortunately for Mia, read more »

2/8/2020      Long Island Distinguished Author Event

This is a free event and open to all. Books will be available for purchase and signing. Please join the Harvard Club of Long Island as we bestow our annual Distinguished Author Award on Leah A. Plunkett, who received her undergraduate and law degrees at Harvard. Plunkett will speak about "SHARENTHOOD: Why We Should Think before We Talk about Our Kids Online." Her book was dubbed a " must read" by Wired Magazine, where a read more »

1/19/2020      Traditional Lunar New Year's Dinner for the Year of the Rat

East Setauket Please join us for a night of authentic Chinese food, culture, and celebration prepared for you by fellow members of the Harvard Club of Long Island. Payment & RSVP COST: $20 per person paid in advance by check payable to the Harvard Club of Long Island or pay via PayPal below. Attendance is limited to the first 25 responses. Priority will be given to fully-paid HCLI members. RSVP: Email Lingling at ddhzl@yahoo.com with read more »

1/11/2020      Rivalry on Ice - Harvard vs. Yale

Cost: $95 per person - Only 20 seats are available America's most famous college rivalry is returning to "The World's Most Famous Arena" as Harvard and Yale face off at Madison Square Garden on Saturday, January 11 in the popular "Rivalry On Ice" hockey series. Please join us as we HCLI members all sit together and root for Harvard!!! RSVP to Scott Clark at sclark@sandleroneill.com with the information below by December 28, 2019 and pay read more »

1/4/2020      The Enigamist - An Evening of Illusions

Saturday, January 4, 2020 at 7PM The High Line Hotel – 180 Tenth Avenue – New York City Cost: $95 per person – Only 12 seats are available Featuring David Kwong – Harvard College Class of 2002. David is a magician and cruciverbalist (crossword constructor) who mixes puzzles and prestidigitation. David was the head magic consultant on the worldwide hit film Now You See Me and is the secret code consultant for NBC’s Blindspot. A read more »

12/8/2019      A Private Tour of Raynham Hall

Step into a time capsule of Long Island life in the 18th and 19th centuries! On this tour we’ll explore Raynham Hall, home of George Washington’s intelligence operative Robert Townsend. Using an invisible ink formula and an elaborate numeric code, Robert and the other spies in Washington’s network supplied Washington with critical information about New York City and Long Island. As our docent guides us through accurately restored period rooms in this historic house, which read more »

9/7/2019      A Private Tour of Walt Whitman's Birthplace

In 1819, Walt Whitman, one of America’s greatest poets, was born in a rural Huntington farmhouse. We’ll celebrate the two hundredth anniversary of his birth by first delving into Whitman’s life – from his boyhood and teaching years on Long Island to his international prominence as a poet – at the site’s Interpretive Center. We’ll then tour the authentically furnished family farmhouse, including the room in which Whitman was born, and learn how his early read more »

8/4/2019      Annual Summer Picnic

Rain or shine We welcome all freshmen, upperclassmen, parents, alumni, families and friends to our summer event on the beautiful grounds of the Portledge school. Come enjoy hamburgers, hot dogs, salads, snacks, cookies and beverages for an enjoyable afternoon. Bring your families and friends of all ages. All are welcome! • Welcome the Class of 2023 and our upperclassmen • Enjoy a summer picnic with your fellow Harvardians and families • Meet our talented undergraduates read more »