Hey afterMAPHers, once again it has been far too long since we gathered for a MAPH alumni happy hour, but fear not. This is about to be rectified, and you can help by joining your fellow MAPH alums at Sullys House. One of your fellows, Peter Adams (MAPH ’04), is the GM at this recently opened watering hole, and has promised to treat us to a fabulous night of excellent beverage, and fabulous pub food (and if that isn’t enough enticement, there is appearently some device called a Wii that has something to do with a 100“ HD projection screen… Anyway if your in Chicago you should make you way there, and as always MAPH is picking up the bill.
You can RSVP for this fabulous event online by visiting the new alumni calendar, or by contacting the MAPH Coordinator (me) at firstname.lastname@example.org, or by calling 773.834.1201
For those of you working downtown or down South here in Chicago, Sullys is just a block from the North and Clybourn stop on the Red Line.
We here at MAPH would like to thank all of the alums who came out (despite the cold) and made the MAPH Alum Happy Hour a very successful and enjoyable event! Old friends met and discussed over tasty finger foods (the fried mushrooms really were incredible) and frothy pints (you didn’t even have to dig through a bucket of ice for it–although there will always be that prized moment of finding the last “good” beer, even if you develop frostbite in the process…).
We hope you all had fun and we look forward to seeing you at future events. Keep your eyes open for an announcement when we all thaw out this spring.
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It’s been far too long since our last alumni event, so I’d like to invite any and all MAPH alums who plan to be in Chicago the evening of December 6th to shamble on down to Jake Melnik’s Corner Tap and let us treat you to yummy appetizers and drinks.
If free food and beverage sounds like a great way to spice up your holiday season then visit the MAPH Happy Hour page and click “Sign up” to make your RSVP. If clicking that link sounds like way too much technology for you, feel free to send an email to Braden Grams.