Bring family & friends to enjoy delicious food (yours & others!) and wonderful company (fellow alumni, family & friends) for a relaxing afternoon as you picnic on the lawn at Historic Lockwood-Mathews Mansion Museum in Norwalk.
Enjoy just the picnic or, optionally, take a private tour of Lockwood-Mathews Mansion Museum, visit the Stepping Stones Museum for Children or visit the Center for Contemporary Printmaking.
AFTER YOU REGISTER, within one week you will receive an email asking: 1) what dish you will bring (for 10 people), 2) how you might help with the potluck.
Picnic Date: Sunday, July 15th, 12 - 4 pm (in case of bad weather and cancellation, Rain Date: Sunday, July 22nd )
Optional Lockwood-Mathews tour begins at 1:00 pm. Additional tours will be scheduled, depending on demand (there are public tours at 2 pm and 3 pm, as well)
Optional visits at your leisure: Stepping Stones Museum for Children; Center for Contemporary Printmaking
You bring: your potluck dish that serves 10 people. Your preferred beverage. Lawn chairs/blankets as you wish. Your favorite lawn game, frisbee, football, bocce balls…. (if you are so inclined).
The Club will provide: General supplies - tables, plates, cups, napkins, utensils, ice and bottled water. In addition, chicken wings and watermelon for nibbling until the food is served.
How you can also help: Volunteer to help with food organization, picnic setup, or cleanup. Bring a popup tent (max 10’x10’) to share.
Attend Potluck: $10 per family, RSVP; advance pay (to cover general supplies).
Lockwood-Mathews Mansion tour: $8 per person, RSVP; advance pay (if attending).
Stepping Stones Museum for Children: $15 per person, no RSVP; pay at door - admission (Adults or kids; free if under age 1).
The Center for Contemporary Printmaking: No admission charge, no RSVP.
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