The Yale Club of Germany will hold this year’s annual meeting at the 18th century Schloss Wartin, an educational foundation hosting academic conferences and cultural events, founded by two Yalies. The Schloss is approx. 90 minutes northeast of Berlin; the closest train station is Casekow.
Come to just the meeting on Sept. 22, or turn it into a lovely “Landpartie” in the company of fellow Yalies.
Alumni and their guests are welcome to enjoy dinner Friday evening, bed-n-breakfast, the meeting Saturday morning, and lunch afterwards–all in the beautiful manor house owned and lovingly restored by Charles Elworthy (Yale Graduate School ’88) and Jochen Mengel (Yale Law School ’87).
For those who have never been to the Schloss, the grounds lend themselves to leisurely walks: wander by gaggling geese, croaking frogs and New Zealand sheep! Children are welcome.
Cost including room and full board for one person will be approx. 55€; for a couple, 100€. Very affordable family suites available.
Attendance is “needs blind”: the Stiftung Collegium Wartinum will cover full or partial accommodation and meal expenses for those who would not otherwise be able to attend.
Hope to see you there!
Friday, September 21
-leisurly arrival in the afternoon / evening
-spending the night at the Schloss
Saturday, September 22
-annual meeting of the Yale Club e.V. at 11:00 am (see invitation letter for full agenda)
-free time to explore the beauty of the Schloss and the parc.
-the musically inclined are invited to attend a concert at the Schloss at 4:00 pm
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