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 Recent CAMEL networking receptions in New York <br>City and Boston have drawn a lot of interest from <br>many alumni.

Recent CAMEL networking receptions in New York
City and Boston have drawn a lot of interest from
many alumni.

Whether you’re interested in an art tour or networking reception, there are plenty of events to look forward to on the Connecticut College calendar.

On Jan. 20, CAMEL networking receptions will take place in Boston and New York City. These gatherings have been drawing a lot of interest from alumni, averaging about 50 graduates at each event.

Snowbirds in Naples, Fla., will have an opportunity to reconnect Feb. 4 when the Connecticut College Club of Southwest Florida hosts an art tour and luncheon at the Naples Museum of Art. The tour includes a special exhibit titled “Chihuly: Recent Works” that celebrates the museum’s 10th anniversary season and features renowned glass artist, Dale Chihuly. Learn more.

The College’s Alumni Sons and Daughters program celebrates its 19th year Feb. 14-15. The two-day event provides valuable insights and information to help secondary school juniors prepare for the selective college admission process. Very popular among alumni and their children and grandchildren, the program is currently full, but you can place your name on a waiting list.

Be sure to mark your calendar with even more events in the months ahead. Here are some upcoming highlights:

Sundays with Alumni panels at Connecticut College, Feb. 21, March 7 and April 4
Reception and faculty presentation with Professor Julie Rivkin in Sarasota, Fla., March 10
Cocktails and faculty presentation with Professor Julie Rivkin in Naples, Fla., March 11
Tour and lunch at Blue Hill at Stone Farms in Westchester, N.Y., March 28

Do you have an idea for an event in your area? Please let us know by contacting the Office of Alumni Relations at 860-439-2306 or

-Rachel Harrington

For media inquiries, please contact:
Deborah MacDonnell (860) 439-2504,

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