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Tour of the Library of the General Society of Mechanics and Tradesmen

Central Park’s Waterways and Vistas Guided Walking Tour

Sunda , June 28, 11:00 am

uesda , August 11, 11:30 am

The Seniors Committee has arranged for a small number of Club members to have a private introduction to one of New York’s cultural and historical treasures in our own backyard. One of the city’s four private libraries is The Library of the General Society of Mechanics and Tradesmen, established in 1820 and housed in a landmark 19th century building with one of the city’s most notable interiors. Lunch in PCNY’s new dining room will follow the tour.

Join us for a 90-minute walking tour from the Dairy to Belvedere Castle. Learn about the intricate design of Central Park’s picturesque byways, artistic landscapes, and romantic vistas. Afterwards, you may choose to join the group for lunch at the Boathouse.

Cost: $12 per person (does not include lunch)

Th s event was coor nated by Seniors Committee member John Moore. Cost: $15 (lunch is a la carte) Please meet the group at 11:30 am at the Librar , 20 West 44th Street.

Reservations are required by noon on Wednesda , June 23. No walk- ins will be accepted. Please meet the group inside the park on the north side of West 81st Street and Central Park West at 11:00 am.


Gracie Mansion: Tour and High Tea

uesda , September 15, 1:00 pm

Come and join us for a tour of Gracie Mansion, the official residence of the Mayor of New York. This historic home was built by Archibald Gracie in 1799 and was maintained as a private residence until the City of New York appropriated it in 1896. Parks Commissioner Robert Moses convinced the City that it should become the home of the Mayor, and in 1942 Fiorello LaGuardia became its first resident. In 1966 a major addition, which includes a large ballroom and two intimate reception rooms, was completed. The visit to the House will begin with a lovely high tea of delicious sandwiches, scrumptious little cakes, and assorted teas followed by a private tour of this historic wood edifice nestled in the 11 acres of Carl Schurz Park made this man a legend.

Bill Cosby: Live at The Philharmonic

Saturda , October 17, 9:30 pm

This event was coordinated by Program Committee member Elaine Woodall.

Cost: $25 (includes the tour and high tea)

All reservations are final sale and must be made by 12:00 noon on Monda , September 7. A driver s license or passport as photographic identification is required for this tour. Gracie Mansion is located at 88th Street and East End Avenue.

A true legend in entertainment, Bill Cosby is an artist who knows how to entertain and force one to think, all at the same time. Count on an evening of wonderful comedy done in the unassuming style that made this man a legend.

What Remains of Our Civil Liberties in Wartime with Judge Napolitano

Cost: $90 (per prime orchestra seat. All reservations are final sale.

Wednesda , September 23, 6:30 pm

Andrew P. Napolitano, P’72 and the University of Notre Dame Law School ’75, is the youngest life-tenured Superior Court judge in the history of the State of New Jersey. For eleven years, he was Adjunct Professor of Law at Seton Hall Law School where he taught constitutional law and jurisprudence and was voted most outstanding professor in three different academic years. Judge Napolitano returned to private law practice in 1995, and has been the Senior Judicial Analyst for the Fox News Channel (FNC) since 1998. He broadcasts nationwide on FNC and on the Fox Business Network every weekday; he periodically co-hosts “Fox & Friends;” and co-hosts “Brian and the Judge” heard daily and internationally on Fox News Radio.

This event was coordinated by Program Committee member rish Belfatto.

Cost: Free

Like meeting Club members for socializing and business networking? Then join PCNY’s members-only group on LinkedIn. Connect to other members in your industry, make new friends, or just plan to meet up at the Clubhouse. (Please note that this group is restricted to the active PCNY community.) To join LinkedIn or PCNY’s Group: Visit www.linkedin. com, and then search under groups for “The Princeton Club of New York.”

Event Reservations Only: 212.596.1261 • 800.628.6710 or events@princetonclub.com


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