September 28, 2021

Spring Luncheon

Join us on Wednesday, May 1st, for our special Spring luncheon with Lary Bloom, author of Sol LeWitt: A Life of Ideas. See our bulletin for more details.

Event: Brandeis Book Fund and New Member Event – November 7th

Join us on November 7th for BNC Hartford’s Book Fund and New Member event at the home of Judy Silver! This event will feature Elizabeth Brundage, author of All Things Cease to Appear. New BNC members who joined in 2016 or 2017 are complimentary, all others should purchase a $18 Louis Brandeis Tribute Card as their “ticket” to this event.

All Things Cease to Appear is a dark, twisting novel combining elements of noir and gothic fiction. Revolving around a small rural community in New York, a murder, and a psychopath, this novel examines the dynamics of marriage and small-town life while unwinding a web of lies.

RSVP by Thursday November 2nd. Please see the event flyer (below) for further details.

Book Fund & New Member’s Event Flyer

Fall Bulletin

Our new fall bulletin has arrived! Hope to see you this fall. Click here to see all of our exciting events.

Join us at Alumni College

AC4_poster_FINALJoin Brandeis for a full day of learning with professors Eileen McNamara, Stephen Whitfield, Jonathan Sarna, Katy Graddy and more! Registration is easy and secure online – click here. Reserve your spot today for an experience of a lifetime!

Meet Ron and Sandra Levy

Including a bequest or charitable gift annuity in your estate plan is an easy and rewarding way to support Brandeis University and its students. You can receive guaranteed, fixed income payments for life. Rates are locked in at the time you donate. To learn more, please contact M’Lissa Brennan at 781-736-4178 or email at mlissa@brandeis.edu.

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Musical Introduction to Jazz

Join us on 5th January, 2016 for a musical introduction to Jazz! Dan Fine will speak about the roots of jazz, major contributors and styles. He will perform examples on piano and saxophone. The event will be held at Dan and Joni’s home- 10 Cliffmore Road, West Hartford, from 1:30-3 PM. Maximum capacity is 20. For questions, contact Joni Fine at 860-521-1438 or at dafine17@comcast.net

 

Fall 2015 BNC Luncheon

Join us Tuesday, October 27th, for an exciting luncheon with director Sean Harris speaking on “All the World’s a Stage.”

 

50 Objects/50 Stories

Tuesday, September 1  “50 Objects/50 Stories” at the Connecticut Historical Society.

On a tour of approximately 15 objects from Connecticut’s story will hear why the objects are important and why they were chosen for the exhibit. There will be time after the tour to see the other 35 objects and the rest of the museum­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­. People should arrive by 10:15 for the 10:30AM to noon tour. $8 for the Docent led tour will be paid at the door. 1 Elizabeth Street, Hartford. Free parking. Questions: Barbara Snyder snyderba1@cox.net 860-633-6071 cell 860-416-4370

50 Objects/ 50 Stories $6 $8 docent fee paid at the door

 

Registration fees $_______
Guest fee ($10) $ ________
Advance fees $ __________
Total enclosed $ __________

Your check and your registration form are your reservation.

Please send completed Activities & Study Group registration form with check made out to BNC to:
Amy Silverman, 60 Cassandra Blvd, #309, West Hartford, CT 06107

To contact our NEW Activities & Study Group Registrar Amy Silverman:

brandeishartford@gmail.com; 860-232-2452

World Affairs Discussion Group

Join us October 25, 2015 for the World Affairs discussion group which meets bi-annually on a Sunday at 2:30PM. The Fall meeting will be held at the home of Susan and Paul Goldberg, 39 Waterside Lane, West Hartford. New members (open to men and women, couples and singles) are welcome. The topic is Looming Worldwide Water Crisis. Presenters Tom Stevens, Paul Goldberg and Fred Gladstone encourage participants to research the topic and share their findings. Maximum limited to 20.

Questions: Bob and Linda Moss~ doctorbob2@comcast.net; 860-521-2734

Special Brandeis Tour

Tuesday, July 28, 2015: Join Brandeis members and guests for a one hour tour at 1 PM of the Welles-Shipman-Ward House in South Glastonbury. Arrive by 12:50 PM for a Docent-led tour of an historic 18th century Connecticut “mansion house” in built in 1753 as a wedding gift to John Welles, a merchant and owner of a Connecticut River shipyard, by his father Colonel Thomas Welles. The house contains many period furnishings and is bordered by a kitchen herb and flower garden. Learn about the fortunes and financial failures of three early Connecticut families who owned the home. The tour will include information about the responsibilities, day-to-day lives, and property rights of Colonial women.

There are steep interior steps to the second floor of this historic house at

972 Main Street, South Glastonbury. Limited to 15.

Questions: judykron2@comcast.net860-830-5887

Registration deadline by mail is July 20
$6 registration fee for members; $10 for Guests; an additional $5 docent fee will be paid at the door.

Questions: judykron2@comcast.net860-830-5887

Registration deadline by mail is July 20
$6 registration fee; $10 for Guest, if space is available; plus $5 docent fee paid at the door.

Your check and your registration form are your reservation.

NO RESERVATIONS BY PHONE.

Please send completed study group registration form with check made out to BNC to:

Amy Silverman, 60 Cassandra Blvd, #309, West Hartford, CT 06107

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