Club Events 2011-2012

Annual SCCC Wine Tasting 2012

Wednesday, May 30, 2012; 5:30-7:30p.m.
13 Follen Street, Cambridge, MA 02138

Rain Location: Holy Trinity Armenian Apostolic Church,
145 Brattle Street, Cambrige, MA

Join us for a fun social winetasting and help us raise scholarship money for local Smith students!

Information on sponsoring the event is available at our Wine Tasting page.

Annual Potluck Dinner
Behind the Scenes in the Arts: Music

Wednesday, April 25, 6:30p.m.
11 Brown Street, Cambridge, MA 02138

Guest Speaker: Jonathan Hirsh, Director of Choral and Orchestral Activities at Smith College

The main course for the dinner is provided by the board. Contact Zlati Shishkova at and sign up to bring salad, drink, or dessert in a serving dish with serving utensils. Let her know if you need a ride.

Parking consideration on Brattle and Brown Street.

At the Annual Meeting SCCC traditionally collects donations of new socks to support On the Rise, a shelter providing day programs to women transition out of homelessness. Please, bring a pair.

Mid-Winter Tea

Saturday, February 11, 3:00-5:00p.m.
44 Brattle Street, Cambrige, MA 02138

Enjoy an old Smith tradition of socializing over a hot cup of tea in the Fireplace Room of the “Harvest” on Harvard Square

Behind the Scenes in the Arts: Theater

Tue, Dec. 6, 7:00–9:00 p.m.; 13 Follen St, Cambridge, MA

A panel discussion on stage performances from various perspectives:

  • Toby Bercovici – a freelance director and teaching artist. BA in Theatre from Smith College, MFA in Directing from UMASS Amherst.
  • Maria Ciampa – a Smith alumnae, twice nominated best standup comedian by the Boston Phoenix and called a “refreshing voice” by Punchline Magazine.
  • Jeannine Haas Ed. D. – a Smith Ada Comstock Scholar, has been teaching, acting, and directing theater professionally for 22 years.
  • Ellen Kaplan – Professor of acting and directing at Smith College; teaches acting, directing, radio drama, and performance seminars.

Parking consideration will be available on Follen Street, Waterhouse Street, and Concord Street between Follen & Waterhouse.

On the Rise Organization

The Smith Club of Cambridge donates socks, toiletries, and cooked meals to the On the Rise Organization for women transitioning out of homelessness. Please contact Cathi Ward if you are interested in becoming involved in the next cooking event.