The Columbia Alumni Association of Toronto is pleased to present:
American Thanksgiving Dinner & Discussion with Professor Adam Sobel
Come join your fellow alums for a traditional U.S. Thanksgiving here in Canada. Columbia Professor Adam Sobel, leading atmospheric scientist, will give a short talk over drinks and hors d'oevres, followed by a delicious Thanksgiving dinner prepared by our very own Club President, John O'Toole. Rich discussion and merriment to follow. Seats at the table are limited so please register soon. We look forward to celebrating with you!
Professor Sobel specializes in the dynamics of climate and weather, particularly in the tropics, on time scales of days to decades. A major focus of his current research is extreme events, such as hurricanes, tornadoes, floods, and droughts, and the risks these pose to human society in the present and future climate.
Date & Time: Sunday, November 26, 3 - 6:30 pm
Location: 6 Victor Avenue (Gerrard St East & Broadview Ave)
Dress: Business Casual
3 pm: Gather; wine reception with hors d'oeurves
3:45 pm: Professor Sobel address
4:30 pm: Early dinner
6:30 pm: Conclude
Smoked pheasant or salmon
Cream of vegetable soup
Turkey with all the trimmings (stuffing, gravy, cranberry sauce)
Mashed carrots & parsnips
Pie with whipped cream
This will be a fantastic event with friends. We hope you'll be able to join.
The Columbia Alumni Association of Toronto