Tentative Summer Schedule
- Here's the tentative schedule for things happening this summer. It'll be
"official" when you get a printed newsletter this June/July
Amazin' Dunkin' Donuts Invasion
Time: Every last Friday of the month, 8 p.m.
Place: May 26, Harvard Square
June 30, Chinatown
July 28, Central Square
August 25, Davis Square
Transportation: Each are close to a T stop. Please email Chris Melhus at
melhus@... for further info.
Cost: Bring money for donuts and coffee.
Western Mass. Picnic
Time: July 22
Place: The house of Michael Hoberman, Shelburne Falls, MA
Transportation: 2 hrs. drive west of Boston, 1 hr. from Pittsfield, 1 hr.
Cost: Bring food or drink to share.
Movie Rental/Games Night
The second Saturday of every month, rotating between videos and various
board (and other) games. (Need confirmation from Susan, not sure if my
emails have gotten to her)
7/8 - Video Night - Kevin Smith night @ Eve Lyons ('95) apartment (email
8/12 - Games Night - Luke Weisman ('96) & Kathy Reeves' ('96) house (email
9/9 - Video Night - Susan Landy's ('81) house (videos TBA) (email
Overnight Hiking Trip to New Hampshire
Hosted by Elyssa East ('95)
Web site of camping site:
Red Sox Game
Late July or August
Hosted by Tom Belote ('99)
Brother Blue's Storytelling Series
Time: Every Tuesday at 7 p.m.
Place: Room 3A, Episcopal Divinity School, 99 Brattle Street, Sherrill
Hall (library building), Cambridge.
Transportation: Close to Harvard Red Line T stop.
Cost: Suggested $3 donation
For more information, email slam@....
More information at http://www.reed.edu/~slam/alumni.html. Hope to see you
-Greg Lam '96
My sites : www.reed.edu/~slam Greg at Play
www.berkshire.net/~slam Greg at Work
www.lanes.org New England Storytelling
www.onelist.com/group/nestorytelling LANES mailing list
www.reed.edu/~slam/alumni.html Reed College Alumni Boston
"Stop and think about it: You have pictures. Pictures are great, adults
like pictures, pictures hang in art galleries. And you have words, and
words are wonderful things. You can get the Nobel Prize for Literature
just by using words. Somehow, as soon as you put them together, you are
perceived to be doing something that's either for children or for
subliterates, and there's no reason for that."
- Neil Gaiman, author of _Sandman_