Upcoming Events

  • Private Tour of the Leventhal Map Center Climate Exhibition with Yale Blue Green

    Thursday, June 29, 2017 at 06:00 PM

    We are excited to announce that Connie Chin SOM'91, president of the Norman B. Leventhal Map Center at Boston Public Library, has arranged for a private tour of their current exhibition, "Regions and Seasons Mapping Climate Through History" for Yale alumni through the Boston chapter of Yale Blue Green.

    The tour will follow the June 29th lecture "Is Boston Prepared for Climate Change?" by Bud Ris, former director of the New England Aquarium. The lecture will begin at 6:00 and the tour will conclude by 8:00.

    Both the tour and the lecture are free to attend, but kindly RSVP here if you plan to stay for the tour!

  • 2017 Summer Barbecue

    Sunday, July 09, 2017 at 04:00 PM · $20.00 USD
    American Legion Post 442 in Cambridge, MA

    Join us for our annual summer barbecue on Sunday, July 9th

    • Socialize with Yalies of all generations

    • Meet current undergraduates who are here for the summer, including our Community Service Fellows

    • Eat delicious barbecue from Blue Ribbon BBQ

    • Enjoy a fantastic location with beautiful views, right on the Charles (it's also close to Harvard Square and has a nice big parking lot)

    • Take part in the biggest celebration of our summer calendar!

    Tickets are $20 for YaleBoston contributing members and $25 for all other members of the Yale community in Boston. (Not a member? Sign up at http://yaleboston.org/membership!) Current Yale students get in for free - email info@yaleboston.org to register!

    We're also looking for volunteers to staff the check-in/information desk for one-hour shifts and help with set-up and clean-up. Volunteers get free admission and first dibs on taking leftovers home. Email youngalumni@yaleboston.org if you're interested (Ditto if you have a favorite lawn game you'd like to bring or would like to contribute in any other way!)

    The American Legion Post 442 is an easy walk from the Harvard Square T station - just follow the Charles towards Watertown and you'll get there. For those who prefer to drive, there is a substantial parking lot on site. Those who prefer to arrive by boat should contact info@yaleboston.org for instructions.