Cocktail Reception at the Embassy of Spain to the Holy See
I am very happy to announce that the Harvard Club of Spain has confirmed an upcoming visit to Rome. It will be the occasion for us to meet our Spanish or Spain-based fellows and friends.
The Harvard Club of Spain is our Spanish twin. It is a Harvard University-backed non-profit organization, created to serve Spain-based Harvard alumni, from the College and all graduate and professional Schools, encouraging them to stay connected with the University and with each other. After our past joint event with the Harvard Club of France, in Paris, back in December, here comes another opportunity to internationally expand your Harvard network.
Indeed, it is with very much pleasure that we welcome in Italy the Harvard Club of Spain. The event will be marked by a formal cocktail reception at the Spanish Embassy to the Holy See, the most ancient diplomatic mission in world history. Settled in 1480, it is hosted at the Palacio de España in Rome since 1647, right in front of.... no wonder, the Spanish steps. The Ambassador himself will welcome people from both Clubs. An informal dinner will also take place on the next day.
What: Harvard Clubs of Spain and Italy meeting
When: February 26, 2016: from 7:30 pm through 9:00 pm
Where: February 26, 2016: Rome, Piazza di Spagna no 57
RSVP today. The event at the Embassy is by invitation only and we will only be able to host a limited number of people, on a first-come first-served basis. In case of more people confirming than the allowed number, priority will be given to Club members. Dinner on the 27th is open to Harvard Club members, and alumni/students/friends and their guests.
You are all very welcome to join in and internationally expand your fellow alums and friends' network.
Friday, 02/26/16 at 7:30pm - 9:00pm | iCal
Piazza di Spagna no 57