Tuesday, December 3, 12:00 p.m.
TEMPO Traveler Group Join us this TUESDAY (noon) for our monthly luncheon to talk travel (or just have lunch with fun, interesting women). No RSVP or reservations needed. Plenty of room. Friends welcome. Our group meets in A NEW LOCATION: Imperial Gardens (University Ave. & Allen Blvd.) in the dining room to the right, just past the bar. Bring your questions, ideas, recommendations. Or just join us! (A Tuesday meeting is for December only)
Thursday, December 5, 3:30 p.m.
Tour of Promega Corporation: Join the networking committee for a Tour of Promega. The tour is free, one drink and appetizers at Great Dane
Please register by Monday, December 2.
Friday, December 6, 1:30- 2:30pm
The next free Global Hot Spots lecture will be Friday, December 6, 1:30-2:30pm at the Fluno Center’s Howard Auditorium, 601 University Avenue, Madison. Cosponsored by the Wisconsin Alumni Association®, PLATO (Participatory Learning and Teaching Organization), and the UW-Madison International Division, the lectures delve into today’s hottest issues with UW faculty experts.
The December topic is “The Unexpected Origins of the Division of Kora: How Korea Was Divided and Why It Matters."
The speaker, historian David Fields (MA ’09, PhD ’17) will discuss his new book on the origins of the division of Korea and how this history shapes current events on the Korean peninsula. He has been published in the Washington Post, North Korea Review, and the Journal of American-East Asian Relations, and on SinoNK.com.
Join us for lunch beforehand at noon in Fluno’s executive dining room on the first floor. $17 for the full buffet and $12 for the soup and salad bar; both come with a beverage and dessert station.
Please sign up by December 3 via the follow doodle: https://doodle.com/poll/phyd6z4uy2cf8ru3
You must also separately register online to attend the lecture. Registration online is closed, please contact Sue Studz if you are interested in attending.
Saturday, December 14, 9:00 a.m.
TEMPO Breakfast Club Join us at Prairie Cafe in Middleton Hills or breakfast, coffee, and conversation, for as long as you wish to stay. We each pay for ourselves. Feel free to bring a friend, any friend! Address: 3109 Pheasant Branch Road, Middleton.
Tuesday, December 17, 7:15 p.m.
Book Bags will meet at the home of Susan LaBelle. The book to read is Little Faith by Nickolas Butler. Please RSVP to Susan.
Tuesday, December 17, 7:15 pm
Non-Fiction Lovers (NFL) Book Club will meet at Julie Underwood’s to discuss Prisoners of Geography: 10 Maps that explain everything about the World by Tim Marshall. Anyone interested in attending should contact please contact Teri Venker at firstname.lastname@example.org, or 608-206-1405. Please note: Teri can send you detailed email about how they will select the 2020 books & do a wrapped book exchange.