Wednesday, February 20, 2019. 5 – 7 pm
Lobby Bar (ground floor) of Sarasota’s new Art Ovation Hotel, 1255 N. Palm Avenue, Sarasota, FL 34236. (Parking next door at the Palm Avenue Garage.)
Drop by for a casual cocktail, delicious bar menu and catch up with all your friends at the Yale Club of the Suncoast’s first ever Feb Club Emeritus event.
The current exhibits at the Art Ovation Hotel are Cuban Art from the Reynardus Collection, photographers from The White Rabbit, Germany and Jose Margules: Alternative Realities. There is a free daily tour of current exhibits at 5 pm. Matt Dendy, Sarasota’s famed violinist will share his creative music from 5:00 – 8:00 in the Lounge area. The Artist’s Studio has professional artists at work. Wander up to the rooftop bar to catch the sunset, Sarasota’s beautiful people, and great views of Sarasota.
No RSVP needed. This event is free. No cover charge, cash bar. Drop in, meet up, and enjoy your drinks with great art, lovely music, and of course great Yale conversations. Feel free to bring your friends.
ABOUT FEB CLUB EMERITUS:
In 2008, a group of Yalies were bemoaning the fact that their busy lives didn’t allow them the time to hang out with their Yale College friends anymore. What they needed was a stress-free, fun way to get together. What they wanted was an uncomplicated way to kick back and relax – no matter where on the globe they were. What they built was Feb Club Emeritus.
Now, every February, Feb Club Emeritus hosts parties around the globe. Each night of the month, there is at least one party; on most nights, there are many. From Atlanta to Zanzibar and everywhere in between, over 100 events host more than 5,000 Yalies and their guests.
Each event is different, with the location, themes and festivities designed by local hosts. Some get together in homes. Others pick restaurants or night clubs. We’ve had Feb Club parties on beaches, in deserts, on boats, in a Mongolian mine, in an embassy, and all sorts of fun and interesting places. There really are just three rules to Feb Club: no speeches, no fundraising, it’s just a party.