AFLSE NYC - Summer events: Met Museum, Philharmonic in the Park, Networking Night, Destination LSE

Dear [first_name],


We are excited to announce two new events for our summer schedule!


The Canadian and US AFLSE chapters will hold coast-to-coast events on June 21 for our first-ever North American Networking Night. Please save the date for details about NYC's event!


Our annual 'bon voyage' party for incoming students will take place on August 9. This event is being adopted nationwide and is now known as Destination LSE. We hope you will come share stories of your time at LSE and pass along your best advice about living in London. Details here.


We have a few spaces left for our tour of the Metropolitan Museum of Art next Friday, May 20 at 6pm. We will enjoy a 1-hour tour by guides from Museum Hack followed by an evening at the Roof Garden Café (cash bar). The Met rooftop is featuring the installation "PsychoBarn", a replica of the house from the film Psycho, by artist Cornelia Parker. Details and registration available here.


We hope you will join us June 7 and July 11 for our First Monday monthly happy hour (from 7pm at the Playwright Tavern, 49th St between 7th Ave and Broadway). Details here.


Finally, save the date for the New York Philharmonic in Central Park on June 15 (rain date June 16). Free and no registration needed! Details here.


With best regards,

AFLSE NYC Chapter Leaders

AFLSE New York City: Metropolitan Museum of Art Tour

6:00PM Friday 20 May

Join us for a tour of the Metropolitan Museum of Art.


AFLSE New York City: LSE Alumni, New York Philharmonic, and Central Park

7:00PM Wednesday 15 June 

Please join us for our annual evening picnic under the stars!


North American Networking Night

Save the date! Tuesday 21 June


AFLSE New York City: Destination LSE Bon Voyage Evening for New LSE Students

6:00 - 9:00PM Tuesday 9 August

Remember how excited you were as you prepared to embark for the LSE?
Share those memories and your advice with our new batch of New York area students headed for London.


What drew you to Houghton Street?

Support the American Fund for LSE


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