Stay connected to Hood––attend events hosted by the office of alumni relations! We hope you will join us at one of our upcoming happy hours or receptions.
Our goal is to provide you the opportunity to network and meet new friends in your area while we deliver information and keep you up to date on College happenings. In August, join us for a fun happy hour in Frederick and a cocktail reception in New Jersey. Exciting events have been planned for fall, including cocktail receptions in Boston and New York City. Don’t miss Homecoming October 24-25 with family and friends and in December, enjoy Hood’s Holiday Party in Hagerstown, Md. For more information, please visit the alumni events webpage.
If you have an event suggestion or recommend an area, please contact the office of alumni relations at email@example.com.
Happy Hour in Downtown Frederick
Tuesday, Aug. 5, 5:30-7:30 p.m.
Olives Italian Ristorante and Lounge
137 N. Market St., Frederick, MD 21701
Beat the heat and join fellow alumni and friends for a happy hour at Olives Italian Ristorante and Lounge in downtown Frederick. Meet members of the Hood College Alumni Executive Board while we welcome new board president Chris Pollard ’07 and vice president Liz Thompson ’08.
New Jersey Cocktail Reception
Tuesday, Aug. 12, 6-8 p.m.
Manasquan River Golf Club
843 Riverview Drive, Brielle, NJ 08730
You and your guests are cordially invited to a cocktail reception at the beautiful Manasquan River Golf Club in Brielle, N.J. Enjoy delicious appetizers and an open bar, compliments of the College.
Homecoming 2014––October 24-25
Join the office of alumni relations and the Hood community for two days of fun! On Friday, Oct. 24, enjoy an alumni panel on Hood’s African American studies program and on Saturday, Oct. 25, enjoy food, drinks, athletic games and live music at the festival on the residential quad.
Click here for the homecoming event schedule.
Front: Tara LeBouvier Lilleberg ’04 and Suzanne Roberts ’04; Back: Carol Weber Churchey ’04, Victoria Benson ’04, Trish Crowell ’04 and Kathy Hale ’04.