Some people write to us to ask: “Hey, if Mongolia can have a Feb Club, why can’t we have one in my town, too?” Well, you can. At it takes is a host, a venue and a date. The rest usually takes care of itself.
Who can host a Feb Club event?
Anyone. We aren’t s stuffy crowd and there is no entrance requirement. This is a community of people who have decided to participate. So, if you’re interested, please let us know.
Where should I have my Feb Club event?
That’s entirely up to you. People have held parties in private homes, restaurants and bars, on beaches, and all sorts of other spots. You should pick a spot you like and that will be appropriate for your area.
Some hosts charge a small admission fee ($10-$20) to cover pre-order food and maybe a drink or two. Others charge no admission and ask everyone to buy their own food and drink.
What happens at a Feb Club Event?
That’s up to the host and the guests. These are meant to be simple, agenda-free affairs. We only have three rules: no speeches, no fundraising, it’s just a party. Other than that, you are limited only by your imagination. Some ideas that have worked in the past:
- A wine tasting
- A picnic on a beach
- A pizza party on a Sunday afternoon that is family-friendly
- A morning play date for Yalies with young children
- A Shabbat dinner
- A dance party at a night club
- A pub night in London
- A quiet dinner in someone’s home
- A trip with other alums to a Yale sporting event
Who is invited?
Yalies and their friends. We don’t exclude people at Feb Club, so we ask that anyone from the Yale community be invited warmly to our events.
Questions? Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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