Online registration is closed for tonight’s event. However, you may still register at the door:
2015 Paid Members: $30 at door
Nonmembers: $40 at door
Students: $20 at door
Wednesday, February 25,
Pete’s Tavern, 129 East 18th Street
Buffet dinner….open bar….lots of room to socialize and network. PETE’S TAVERN on Irving Place—the oldest continuously operating bar and restaurant in NYC.
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This year’s February-born scientist is Aletta Henriette Jacobs, MD. She’s not a familiar name, but her legacy as a practical social scientist is huge. Born February 9, 1854 in the Netherlands, her country doctor father inspired her desire to practice medicine. She became the first woman to complete a university course in the Netherlands, and then the first female physician there. Dr. Jacobs devoted her practice to women and children—she pioneered family planning, setting up the world’s first birth control clinic and introducing the diaphragm there, she taught hygiene and child care, and held twice-weekly clinics for the poor. She eventually extended her ardent advocacy of women’s rights to include education, the vote, and the workplace.
Our “mascot” makes for some fun favors and door prizes. Join us for an enjoyable and illuminating evening!
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Subways: N,R,Q,W, 3,4,5,6, & L stop at the Union Square station. F & M stop at 14th St (use the 16th St exit, or transfer to the L to Union Square).
Bus: the M 14 along 14th St.