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3/27/2019      Meet Leslie Jamison, 2019 Harvard Club of Long Island Distinguished Author

Please join the Harvard Club of Long Island as we bestow our annual Distinguished Author Award on Harvard graduate and best-selling author Leslie Jamison. She will speak about “The Recovering: Intoxication and Its Aftermath,” a memoir that was called an “astounding triumph” by Entertainment Weekly, “riveting” by the Boston Globe and “required reading” by Stephen King. The event takes place at 7:30 p.m. at the Bryant Library, 2 Papermill Road, Roslyn, and is free and read more »

3/30/2019      University Relations Luncheon and Distinguished Teacher Awards

This year’s Distinguished Teacher Award winners include: Leonardo Rivera and Megan Ferguson-Koci in the Baldwin UFSD; Christine Bellino, Brentwood High School; Derek Pope, Commack High School; Devon Parkes, East Hampton High School; Kathryn Lindholm, Garden City High School; Joshua Smith, Jericho High School; Robert Klang, Manhasset Secondary School; Stacey Susinno and Dr. David O’Connor in the Port Washington UFSD; Kathy Bland, Syosset High School; and Thea Catalano, Walt Whitman High School. One teacher will be read more »


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3/16/2019      Hasty Pudding in New York City

20 prime tickets are available at $35! Please e-mail or call Sunil Sani if you are interested in tickets. E-mail – Cell Phone – (917) 742-8885 Synopsis Vive la France! Thanks to Queen REINA TERROR and her evil regime, Paris is in ruins. When Reina’s right-hand man NEVILLE LETCHAGUARDOWN seizes southern bovine BELLE ROUNDERNECK, the townspeople are fed up—and not just by baguettes! Town butcher PHIL AYMIGNON leads them in la révolution with the read more »

3/9/2019      Tour of Remnants of Dutch New Amsterdam

Discover the many hidden Dutch relics south of Wall Street, as you trace the streets of Manhattan in 1667! You’ll hear about New York’s founding myths and facts while standing in the very spots they all happened. • Walk the city’s original coast line • See the remains of Manhattan’s first City Hall • Discover the original Dutch fort, wind mill and battery • Trace the streets of Manhattan in 1667 with Manhattan’s first map read more »

2/2/2019      Traditional Chinese New Year's Dinner for The Year of the Pig

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 visit our website to respond. Attendance is limited to the first 25 responses. Priority will be given to fully-paid HCLI members. RSVP: Email Lingling at with your read more »

1/20/2019      Health Justice — Film & Panel Discussion

The untold story of Medicare Healthcare for 19 million seniors in 11 months Desegregation of our nation’s hospitals in 4 months Members of HCLI and CAC: $11; Public: $16 More info: Doors open: 10 am–light breakfast; 11am–film; 12pm –panel POWER TO HEAL(2018) tells the powerful story of rapidly mobilized volunteers transforming our nation’s hospitals, which had racially segregated patients, doctors, blood supplies and linens. In the South, 1/3 of hospitals refused to admit African-Americans read more »

12/1/2018      Holiday Train Show

Visit this beloved New York holiday tradition at the New York Botanical Garden. Enchanting model trains zip through a display of 175 New York landmarks, each re-created with bark, leaves, and other natural materials. Miniature locomotives hum along among familiar sights such as the Brooklyn Bridge, Statue of Liberty, and Rockefeller Center on nearly a half-mile of track. Making its debut this year is One World Trade Center (Freedom Tower). We are attending early on read more »

11/11/2018      Tour of Falaise Museum at Sands Point Preserve

Sands Point Preserve Conservancy 127 Middle Neck Road, Sands Point, New York 11050 Cost: $15 per person for the tour Meeting Point: Castle Gould, near entrance to the Gift Shop *Parking at the Preserve is an additional $10 per vehicle payable upon arrival and includes all day access to the grounds and walking trails. Please note that the tour is recommended for mobile individuals over the age of twelve. RSVP to Marci Rabinowitz at read more »

10/6/2018      Private Culper Spy Ring Walking Tour

On this 2-3 mile walk, Long Island historian Margo Arceri will bring to life the true story of the Culper Spy Ring, a group of Long Islanders who risked their lives to get George Washington valuable information needed to win the American Revolutionary War. This is a must for fans of AMC’s TURN: Washington’s Spies. Please note that participants MUST be age 14 or older. RSVP to Melissa Struck at with the information below read more »

9/23/2018      Maritime History Sail of Port Washington Harbor

Join Harvard friends for a beautiful, relaxing sail into the Long Island Sound sunset aboard the Schooner SoundWaters, a replica of a 19th century sharpie schooner. The SoundWaters crew will narrate the fascinating history of the Sound. Light snacks and water will be provided and you may bring your own beer and wine to enjoy. The ship will leave the dock at 5:00 pm sharp so please plan to arrive by 4:45 pm to allow read more »

8/5/2018      Annual Summer Picnic

Cost: Free Rain or shine We welcome all alumni, Harvard freshmen and upperclassmen, parents, friends and families to our summer event. Come enjoy hamburgers, hot dogs, salads, snacks, cookies and beverages for an enjoyable afternoon on the grounds of the Portledage School. Bring your families and guests of all ages. All are welcome! • Enjoy a summer picnic with your fellow Harvardians and families. • Meet our talented undergraduates and their parents. • Learn about read more »

7/31/2018      2018-2019 Programming Meeting

Place: Manhasset Public Library Basement Community Room 30 Onderdonk Avenue Manhasset, New York 11030 Please join Sunil Sani and Scott Clark, Vice Presidents for Programming, for a Program Planning Committee Meeting to help plan fun and exciting events for the 2018-2019 Harvard Club of Long Island calendar. New ideas are needed and welcome! Refreshments will be served. Directors of the Harvard Club are members of the programming committee and are asked to coordinate at least read more »