Sunday Dec 17th 5-7pm
65 Jumel Terrace New York, NY 10032
Hi ladies! We are throwing ourselves a party at Manhattan’s oldest surviving residence... the crown jewel of Upper Manhattan, our Morris-Jumel Mansion. Please spread the word to all your lady-friends.
We hope you will join us.
We are suggesting 'festive' attire for this celebratory event. While attending, please be sensitive to the historic environment.
Jen Romanello grew up in Manhattan. She studied Biology and Applied Ethics at George Washington University and has hosted countless discussions on women’s health.
As our special guest, you have the option to join Jen as she leads a 20-minute discussion on the topic of reproductive psychiatry & Q/A.
$25 covers the cost of entering the museum from 5-7pm, all food & beverages, self-guided tours, access to grounds, collections & exhibits on display, plus a special guest discussion with Q/A. If you can not attend, you may contribute to the event by noting 'no ticket, just donation'.
Private access to the historic architecture & collections
Fun conversation with Upper Manhattan women
Tasty bites, beverage & cocktails from Inwood Gourmet
Special guest leading a discussion on women's health
We are excited to choose the Morris-Jumel Mansion as our location. We are pleased to be able to support them in their restoration projects by being patrons. There will be opportunities to donate directly to the restoration of the mansion at the event. To donate directly to the Morris-Jumel Mansion or become a member of their museum today, use the links below.
The Morris-Jumel Mansion is located in Upper Manhattan at 65 Jumel Terrace, a short block which extends from 160th & 162nd Streets. It is two blocks east of Broadway, one block east of St. Nicholas Avenue, and one block west of Edgecombe Avenue. Please note that West 161st Street does not extend this far east, but Sylvan Terrace can be entered via a stairway on St. Nicholas Avenue that leads to the entrance.
65 Jumel Terrace, New York, NY 10034
Subway: The closest subway stop is the 163rd C train stop, exit on the St. Nicholas side. We are also a 10 minute walk from the 1 train on 157th Street.
If you want assistance in arranging transportation text Nik, 917-634-0989 or email her at email@example.com.
The doors open for us to explore the mansion! Food & beverages are in the Gift Shop. The gift shop will be open for purchases & the mansion will gladly accept donations for their restoration projects.
Jen Romanello will lead a discussion on women's health in the octagon room on the first floor. Jen will be available for Q&A for the rest of the evening.
Schmoozing and just plain fun!
We need to ensure we are all gone by 7pm. The 'cleaning crew' has a half hour to finish up before the doors are locked for the night.
We are excited to celebrate in this historical space with all of you!
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TO ALL THE NEW LADIES... WELCOME!
Thank you for an incredible evening at the Morris-Jumel Mansion! To everyone who couldn't make it, we will post info on our January gathering.