Annual Holiday Pops Alumni Dinner and Concert

December 13th, 2008 by Adam

Join us for this popular annual alumni gathering with great food and music. We are holding this event earlier in December so that we will be assured holiday music!

Dinner will once again be at Legal Seafoods in the Prudential Center at 5:30. Soup or salad, a choice of entree and beverages (including wine) are included. Beef, chicken and vegetarian entrees will be available in addition to seafood options.

After dinner we will walk across Christian Science Park to Symphony Hall for the Holiday Pops concert.

Register early, as the Boston Pops limited the number of tickets that we could purchase. Reservations will be accepted until December 10, 2008.

Cost: $60 pp for dinner and concert

To register, please click here.

If you have any questions, please contact the Office of Alumni Relations at 800-772-2620, 603-535-2589 or

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