Did you just move to the Seattle area and want to meet fellow Wolverines? This awesomely social event will allow you to see old Michigan friends and make new ones who can help you get the “inside information” on our Wolverine presence in Seattle! This event will give you a chance to meet the local U-M Alumni Club board and see some of the upcoming events planned for the rest of the year. Also, you will have a chance to suggest events or initiatives you want to participate in during the upcoming year. Hearty appetizers provided by the Club, so no need to eat before coming over.
Come join fellow Big Ten Alums in the Seattle area for our annual Summer Picnic! Food, lawn games, and meeting other Big Ten alums…what more could you want?! Our picnic is family friendly, and dogs are allowed as long as they are on a leash. Looking forward to seeing you soon!
Join your fellow Ford School alumni in celebrating our annual Ford School Spirit Day. If you have any additional questions, please reach out to this year’s co-host: Andrew Kim, MPP Class of 2013 (firstname.lastname@example.org.
Join the University of Michigan Club of Seattle Tonight to kick off Seattle LGBTQ Pride Weekend with a happy hour on Wednesday, June 26! Meet us at Poco Wine + Spirits in Capitol Hill starting at 6pm. We’ve reserved a table in the dining area so look for the Michigan & rainbow flags. Please invite along other Michigan Alumni, friends, and significant others. All are welcome!
We look forward to celebrating with you!
Come join us up in the loft at Ballard Beer for the inaugural meeting of our U-M Seattle Book Discussion Group!
We’ll be discussing the new novel by Sandra Newman, The Heavens. Anyone who has read the book is welcome to join us.
If you think you’ll be able to make it, please RSVP on EventBrite, so we’ll know who to expect.
Hope you can join us for our picnic at Carkeek Park! U-M Alumni and prospective Wolverines of all ages are welcome! The club will be providing food and drink, and we’ll have activities as well! We have a beautiful location overlooking the water, with nearby trails and play areas for younger children. . E-mail Michael Roberto if any questions.
With 11 breweries in just 5 square miles, Ballard has become a tourist destination for beer. In fact, Ballard is home to more breweries than any other Seattle or Portland neighborhood. If you include Fremont and other next door neighborhoods, there are 19 breweries!
Join your local Big Ten alums for an outing to visit five of these breweries over four hours. We’ll be stopping for 45 minutes at each location. There’s no fee to join, and no registration required. Feel free to join us for as much of the outing as you’d like!