Young Alumni Beer Hall
Friday, May 15; 6 to 9 p.m. | Main Building, Great Court
This popular annual event is back with a futuristic twist. Enjoy the brews and music of Beer Halls past but with neon lights, magic mirrors, out of this world cuisine and even a visit from Gizmo the Robot, you’ll feel like you time traveled to 2120!
Senior Class of 2020: Take $20 off the standard price and join us for $10 a person.
Classes of 2010 to 2019: Take $10 off the standard price and join us for $20 a person.
Drexel After Dark: Back to the Roaring Twenties
Saturday, May 16; 6 to 9 p.m. | Main Building
This year as Drexel After Dark heads back to the Main Building, guests will go back in time to the 1920s! Get dolled up, grab your best guy, gal or pal and join us for themed food, drinks and entertainment. From a speakeasy in the A.J. Drexel Picture Gallery, to swing dance lessons, to amazing photo ops and other surprises, Drexel After Dark is guaranteed to be the bee’s knees! 1920s attire isn’t required but is highly encouraged.
Alumni from the Classes of 2010 to 2019: Tickets are just $60 a person. That's $15 off the standard price!
Alumni Spirits Tasting
Thursday, May 14; 6 to 8 p.m. | The Study at University City, 20 South 33rd Street
Barrel aging is for more than just whiskey. Join us for a tasting of various barrel-aged spirits led by Olivia Babiec ’15, distiller at Philadelphia Distilling, and pair them with dishes prepared by the chefs at The Study.
Brunch at the Barnes: Experiencing Art for Personal and Professional Success
Saturday, May 16; 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.; Museum Access 12 to 5 p.m. | Barnes Foundation, 2025 Benjamin Franklin Parkway
Through a joint venture pioneered by Drexel’s Physician Assistant Program, educational experts at the Barnes have developed programming that teaches participants critical work and life skills through observing and discussing art. Join us for this specially-designed event experience and immerse yourself in this program which has been applied to disciplines as diverse as medicine, business, social justice, public service and education. After brunch, you’ll be given guided prompts for how to view the artwork and will reconvene for a discussion about your experience.
Drexel Fest at the Please Touch Museum
Saturday, May 16; Lunch 12 to 2 p.m.; Museum Access 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. | Please Touch Museum, 4231 Avenue of the Republic
Discover the power of learning through play at the Please Touch Museum! Bring the kids, grandkids and their friends for a day at this Philadelphia landmark where curiosity and exploration is encouraged. Play make believe at the Healthy Me Market, ride the 100+ year old carousel and navigate your pretend city in the driver’s seat of a SEPTA bus. Includes a private lunch with fellow Dragons and complimentary parking. Per museum policy, adults must be accompanied by a child. No single adults admitted.