Dear HW members,
We are pleased to invite Harvardwood Toronto members, friends, and guests to a special guided tour of the Aga Khan Museum on Saturday, November 7th, 2015, an event we are pleased to present in partnership with the Harvard Club of Toronto.
aga_khan.jpgAga Khan is a Harvard graduate, as is one of the museum's architects, Fumihiko Maki. The 10,000-square foot museum, which opened in September 2014, houses a permanent collection of 1,000 objects as well as other international exhibition collections.
Our guided one-hour tour will start at 12:30pm. Since we will be making a group booking, please RSVP below by 12pm noon on Friday, October 23rd. Please reserve your tickets early here:
$28 for adults
$15 for seniors, students and children
$10 with a museum membership
The Diwan Restaurant, which serves delicious Middle Eastern cuisine, will be open for lunch until 2:30. Option to have lunch at the museum as a group.
November 07, 2015 at 11am - 3pm
Aga Khan Museum
77 Wynford Dr
Toronto, Ontario M3C
Khurshid Velji · firstname.lastname@example.org
Khushid is the Harvardwood Toronto co-head with Mark Solovey. She has done most of the organizational work and planning for this event. So, if you have any questions, please ask her.
Mark & Khurshid
Dear HW members:
Many thanks to Jay Pilzer and all of our guests for joining Harvardwood Toronto for our April 8th event, A SIX-STRING HISTORY OF AMERICA!
On April 8, 2015, the Harvard Club of Toronto and Harvardwood Toronto are pleased to present:
A Six-String History of America with historian, guitarist and singer/songwriter Jay Pilzer. He describes his most recent book, also titled A Six-String History of America, as "a series of essays that look at American history through the lens of guitars, the guitar industry, and the music made on them."
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