On Wednesday night, the John Carroll University Cleveland Alumni Chapter hosted a pre-St. Patrick’s day happy hour at the Flat Iron Café. From sipping on a Great Lakes Brewing Co. Conway’s Irish Ale to catching up with old friends, it was a relaxed evening of alumni fun!
The Cleveland Alumni Chapter has a lot of great events planned for spring and summer and we would love for you to join us! There are over 20,000 alumni in the Greater Cleveland area and you’re all a part of our Chapter, just by being a Carroll graduate. So, grab your old buddies and relive some Dolan memories at these events:
Day of Service at Ronald McDonald House
When: Monday, March 20, 3pm-6pm
What: Join other alumni to prepare a meal for the residents of the Ronald McDonald House (note: this event repeats on the third Monday of every month, so you have multiple chances to participate).
5th Annual Mass and Dinner in Little Italy
When: Saturday, April 1, 4:30pm Mass, followed immediately by dinner
What: One of our favorite events! Mass is followed by a delicious multi-course Italian dinner with plenty of chance for conversation and catching up.
Cost: $35 for adults, $15 for children ages 4-13 (you can also reserve an entire table of 8 for $280).
2nd Annual Founders’ Day Celebration
When: Wednesday, April 19, 6pm
Where: Great Lakes Brewing Co. Tasting Room
What: Gather to celebrate the 131st anniversary of the founding of John Carroll University. Appetizers and one drink ticket included.
Outings to the Cleveland Indians Games
When: Saturday, July 8 at 7:10pm (versus Detroit Tigers) and Sunday, August 6 at 1:10pm (versus New York Yankees)
Where: Progressive Field
What: Cheer on the defending American League Champions and have fun with your fellow alumni too!
Cost: $26 per game or $47 if you purchase tickets for both games
Even if you’re not a Carroll alum, I bet you know one or two (I mean, there’s 20,000 of us around town)! Let them know all the great things happening to not only stay connected to Carroll, but also have fun around town!
***Disclosure: I am the president of the John Carroll University Cleveland Alumni Chapter. As always, all opinions are 100% my own.***