Reception at 6:00pm, followed by dinner at 7:00pm Ticket price: $100 per person Preferred main entrée: - Roasted Chicken Supreme - Roasted Pork Tenderloin - Filet of Beef - Filet of Salmon - Vegetarian option (Japanese Eggplant) Please respond by Wednesday, February 15, 2017. If you prefer to pay by cheque, please send your information and payment to Department of Earth Sciences Attn: Colin Bray University of Toronto 22 Russell Street, Rm. 1066 Toronto, ON M5S 3B1 For questions and comments, please contact Colin Bray at email@example.com or 416.978.6516 Contact Information Colin Bray 22 Russell Street, Rm. 1066 Toronto, ON M5S 3B1 416.978.6516 firstname.lastname@example.org
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Come out and enjoy great conversation and refreshments with the London U of T alumni community! An area of the bar will be reserved for the U of T group. Your alumni representatives, Dave Mathews (BA VIC), Nupur Saxena (BA SMC) and Charles Jurczynski (BA VIC), will be there to welcome you.
Come out and enjoy great conversation, refreshments and board games with the York Region U of T alumni community! An area of Utopia Dream Cafe will be reserved for the U of T group. Your alumni representatives and event organizers, Tony Tsui (MASC 2009) and Wendy Szeto (MSW 2011), will be there to welcome you.
The Hart House Orchestra is celebrating its 40th anniversary by performing in New York City, and U of T alumni and friends are invited to attend this special occasion! The program, From Creation to Rhapsody, includes Canadian and American symphonic pieces to honour both countries and is rounded out by Brahms' Symphony No. 1. This orchestra, made up of U of T students, alumni, faculty, staff and Hart House senior members, is led by talented conductor Henry Janzen. After the performance U of T alumni and friends are invited to attend a meet and greet dinner with members of Hart House Orchestra at McGee's Restaurant & Pub. To learn more details and to RSVP to the dinner, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Hart House Orchestra is celebrating its 40th anniversary by performing in New York City, and U of T alumni and friends are invited to attend this special occasion!
Dr. Stephen Batiuk will show how new archaeological fieldwork, as well as bio-molecular chemistry and genetics, are helping to unlock this story, pushing its origins back to the Neolithic period and to the region of Caucasia, modern Georgia, Armenia and Azerbaijan. He will also explore how one of our earlier and best-documented examples of an ancient migration led to the spread of wine and wine culture across Ancient Near East, and then eventually across the rest of the Mediterranean World.
Lurking in Michael Moore's satirical look at Canada-United States border relations are questions about our relationship with the US.Since 9/11, our countries have worked hard to keep the border open to trade but closed to threats. Professor Gilbert's lecture responds to Canadian Bacon in light of the new American President and increased security, asking the question: has our collaboration gone too far?