Wednesday, August 7, 2019

  • HOSTED BY THE ARTS, ENTERTAINMENT, MEDIA, AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP AFFINITY & YOUNG ALUMNI BALTIMORE

    Join us for an evening where we'll learn about the history of ramen, a Japanese noodle dish, sample some of the delicious dishes Peko Peko has to offer, and and sample sake, Japanese rice wine. "Ramen is more than just a bowl of noodles. It's a centerpiece for the kind of friendships, inside jokes, and late nights you'll remember forever, "says chef and owner, David Forster '14. Voted "Best Ramen" in Baltimore by Baltimore Magazine, Peko Peko was created by former Hopkins' roommates, Forster and Andrew Townson '14. The fast-casual ramen shop features Japanese comfort food made with locally sourced ingredients and an environment that promotes learning, togetherness, and high-quality cuisine and service.

  • Hopkins New York

    Join fellow alumni and friends for a reception and private after hours viewing of the Chatsworth House Collection at Sotheby's auction house. Chatsworth House, in the United Kingdom, is home to the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire, and has been passed down through 16 generations of the Cavendish family. This is a rare chance to view this legendary British collection in the United States, featuring more than 40 masterworks of art and design that define great collecting. The exhibition designed by David Korins - the set designer of Hamilton - transports visitors to Chatsworth House. The evening will include remarks from a docent of Chatsworth House as well as a staff member from Sotheby's to learn more about the auction house. Guests will enjoy light snacks and beverages. 

    If you are unable to attend and would like to visit the exhibition on another date, reserve complimentary timed tickets here

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