Upcoming events

    • 27 Feb 2017
    • 8:30 PM
    • St. Stephen's Green, 223 Castro St, Mountain View, CA 94041


    Join DAASV for live pub trivia at St. Stephen's Green in Mountain View!  Teams of 1-6 and prizes awarded. 

    • 03 Mar 2017
    • 05 Mar 2017
    • Dartmouth College

    Welcome the New Year by investing in yourself.

    Join fellow alumnae for "Charting the 4Cs of Your Path", an invigorating and interactive weekend workshop where you will chart your path by gaining clarity, finding confidence, realizing competence, and leveraging connections.

    The workshop will be led by Dartmouth and Tuck alumnae who are professional speakers and coaches.  The weekend will provide strategies that will enable you to:

    • Feel more confident in everything you do.
    • Stop feeling too young, too old, or too lacking in expertise to achieve your goals.
    • Create a vision of a more authentic life.
    • Be supported by an alumnae “board of advisors” throughout the workshop and beyond.


    Leave the workshop with a narrative for the path you are on, and an action plan to move forward.

    March 3-5, 2017
    Dartmouth College
    Hanover, NH

    The workshop price is $375, all meals included. Space is limited to 60 women, and will sell out quickly. 

    Register here.

    Please reserve your lodging early.  Discounted room rates are being offered at the following hotels until early February.  
    Marriot Courtyard Hanover - Lebanon
    Starwood Element Hanover - Lebanon
    Six South St. Hotel - Hanover (Please call and mention Women of Dartmouth)

    • 04 Mar 2017
    • 10:00 AM
    • 05 Mar 2017
    • 6:00 PM
    • DOCNC Cabin, 270 Lake Mary Road, Truckee, CA 96161

    This year is the 15th Annual Winter Carnival West, hosted by the Dartmouth Outing Club of Northern California at the DOCNC cabin up on Donner Pass. Please join us for a weekend of revelry, including a day of skiing at Sugar Bowl with awards for BEST COSTUME and BIG AIR (we recommend bringing your a-game to both of these events), our annual 'Pink Time' twilight happy hour on the snowbank shores of Lake Mary, and of course, a traditional Dartmouth Feed Saturday night.  Sunday is typically a recreation day, excellent for backcountry skiing, or sometimes just enjoying a book by the fire. It’s free to join any or all of these events; lift tickets to Sugar Bowl sold separately. $65 to reserve a bed at the DOCNC cabin for the weekend. Email justin.wells.95@alum.dartmouth.org to reserve a slot at the cabin. We hope to see you there!

    A full schedule of the weekend’s events at http://evite.me/tDD8vHwhZC

    • 10 Mar 2017
    • 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
    • 544 Emerson St, Palo Alto, CA 94301
    • 19

    Celebrate your love of Dartmouth and St. Patrick's Day by joining Young Alumni on March 10th for this year’s Big Green Affair!  Come decked out in your Dartmouth Green and enjoy limited free drinks and appetizers at Gravity Wine Bar in Palo Alto, CA. 


    • 16 Mar 2017
    • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
    • WSGR Law Offices, 650 Page Mill Road, Palo Alto, CA
    We are pleased to invite all dues-paying members to the DAASV Board Meeting.  We will discuss the Club's budget and activities plan for 2017, present committee reports, and hear the latest news from the Hanover plain.
    • 19 Mar 2017
    • 9:00 AM - 10:30 AM
    • Legion of Honor Museum, 100 34th Ave, San Francisco, CA 94121
    • 4

    “Monet: The Early Years" will be the first major US exhibition devoted to the opening phase of Claude Monet’s career. Through roughly sixty paintings, the exhibition demonstrates the radical invention that marked Monet’s development during the formative years of his life and work. The young Monet developed this unique visual language and technique, creating the striking work that changed the way painters saw light and surface forever.

    This exhibition is a once-in-a-lifetime chance to experience Monet’s mastery before the emergence of what finally came to be called Impressionism. It includes works that are profoundly daring and surprising. The collection offers new insights into an enormously important artist that we all think we know and understand.

    This is Monet at the very beginning of the new age of art that we all know!

    The DAASV has been fortunate to arrange for a private, docent-led tour early in the exhibit’s run. Our tour will be on a morning when the normal museum Sunday crowds are most likely to be at the closing day of the de Young’s annual Bouquets to Art.

    Don’t miss the chance to join your fellow Dartmouth alums in the early days of what will no doubt become not only a popular exhibit, but eventually a famous one!