San Francisco Theta Alumnae


5th Annual Young Alumnae Pumpkin Carving Event – Oct. 24th, 7pm

2nd Annual Pumpkin Carving 2010Mark your calendars! Everyone’s favorite october event is on the books! Join us for the 5th! Annual Young Alumnae Pumpkin Carving Event at the home of Emily Brown on Thursday, Oct. 24th at 7p.

In addition to the usual potluck of food and libations, we’ll be joining in with Theta’s National Day of Service so please bring an unopened bag of Halloween Candy in addition to your pumpkin and app / drink.

We’ll be donating all of the candy to Glide’s low-income children.

Don’t miss out!! RSVP to our Evite. We can’t wait to see you there!


“San-Francisco-Summer” Happy Hour – September 12th, 6:30pm

HappyHour_sept13We can’t wait to hear about what you’ve been doing this summer!

Join us in welcoming everyone’s favorite time of year – San Francisco Summer – on Thursday Sept 12th at Southside Spirit House at 6:30p.

Come catch up on what all your favorite city thetas have been doing over the summer. We’d also like to welcome any new graduates or women who are new to the area to join us as well!

So grab some friends and head on over to Howard and 2nd next Thursday at 6:30p! Coming? RSVP to the Evite!

Don’t get our Evites? Let us know and be sure to be in the know about all of our upcoming events.


Pre-Memorial Day Happy Hour – May 23rd, 6-8:30pm

memorialday_HHKick your Memorial weekend off right with a Happy Hour with the San Francisco Alumnae  group.

Join us at Palamino on the Embarcadero on Thursday, May 23rd for drinks and apps before the big holiday weekend gets going.

We’ll be getting the drinks started around 6 and enjoying the good weather and bay views till about 8:30 so feel free to grab some friends and stop by after work!

Can’t wait to see you there!

Check out all the details on our Evite. Don’t get our emails? Let us know and we’ll be sure to add you to the list and keep you updated on all of our Bay Area events.


Pre-St. Patrick’s Day Happy Hour – March 13th, 6-8pm

Top of the Mornin’ to you!  St. Patricks Day

The San Francisco Theta Alumnae invites you to celebrate your irish heritage (or lack there of) a little early this year at our St. Patricks Day Young Alumnae Happy Hour!We’ll be celebrating Irish Bank on Wednesday, March 13th from 6 – 8pm so please feel free to stop by after work and enjoy some the holiday beverages of Irish ancestors of yore.

Since we’re a few days early, we’ll be providing the green food coloring (in case Irish Bank isn’t quite ready to be in the spirit) so feel free to get as festive as you’d like.

Check out all the details on our Evite. Don’t get our emails? Let us know and we’ll be sure to add you to the list and keep you updated on all of our Bay Area events.

Hope to see you there!

Cheers!
SF Theta Alumnae


Chocolate Lab – Young Alumnae Happy Hour – February 20th, 7pm

Chocolate_Lab_1Foodie or not, you won’t want to miss this Happy Hour. In November, Michael Recchiuti (othewise known as the “Picasso of Chocolatiers”) opened his first San Francisco cafe, aptly named Chocolate Lab. The cafe offers sweet treats from chocolate to adult friendly ice cream sundays and savory items from cheesecake to charcuterie.

We know. we know. We had you at “Happy Hour” didn’t we?

A number of us were curious about the spot and now we have an excuse to enjoy it! Join us on February 20th at 7pm for a Young Alumnae Happy Hour at Chocolate Lab in the Dogpatch for a mid week treat where you can recharge for the rest of your week with a little indulgence and some Theta time.

Want to learn more about Chocolate Lab? See the articles below for the high praises of this delicious local spot:

Interested in planning a Young Alumnae Happy Hour or event? Contact our Young Alumnae Liaison Lauren Mizrahi to get involved.


4th Annual Young Alumnae Cookie Exchange – December 16th

It’s that time of year again! Please join us for the 4th Annual Young Alumnae Cookie Exchange!

Date: Sunday, December 16th
Time: 2pm
Location: Home of Shaina Daswani

What better way to kick off the holiday season than with an assortment of homemade cookies that you can share with roommates, friends and of course, coworkers. Savory treats and holiday libations will be provided.

Never been to a cookie exchange? Here’s how it works:

1. All cookies should be homemade and baked.
2. No plain chocolate chip cookies, cookie mixes, or no-bakes.
3. Please bring 3-4 dozen total cookies.
4. Arrange cookies in a basket or platter. Be creative! Also, don’t forget a large container to carry away your cookies.

Cookie ExchangeDon’t forget to email a copy of your recipe before the party to Erin De Martini.

Holiday attire is encouraged! Please RSVP as soon as possible and post what type of cookies you are planning on baking to the Evite so we avoid duplicates. If you don’t have time to bake or have burnt your cookies, but still want to attend, feel free to pick up 3-4 dozen cookies from a bakery if you want to take part in the exchange or just join for the company and refreshments!