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Register Now to Attend Smith Day: The Great Exchange

Join us on Saturday, October 7, when we award our first ever Minnesota Smith Day Medal. Like Rally Day at Smith, this should be fun. The medal is beautiful and the honor is significant. Nominated by fellow Minnesota Smith alumnae, this year’s winner is well worth celebrating.

Congratulations to Margaret Wurtele '67, winner of our first Minnesota Smith Day medal. There will be a delicious lunch, a great silent auction, exchanges, bakery and drinks. And, like Rally Day, wear your fun hat! 
 
Don’t miss this very special event, RSVP today! We need to provide counts to the Walker soon. Can’t find your invite? Contact Stephanie to get a new one. See you on October 7th!
 

Smith Day: The Great Exchange

Date of Event: 
Oct 7 2017 - 10:00am

Join the Smith College Club of Minnesota for Smith Day: The Great Exchange on Saturday, October 7, 2017 at 10 am at the Walker Art Center. Highlights will include the following:

  • Silent auction
  • Raffle
  • Exchanges of goods
  • Bakery
  • Lunch
  • Minnesota Rally Day Medals
  • cocktails!

Visit this page often for the most up-to-date information on #SmithDay2017.

Smith Day 2014

Smith Day 2014: 80 Years and Going Strong proved to be just that. We had record attendance at our 80th Smith Day and luncheon (over 100 strong, the most in several years), and we were blessed to have at least 11 of our club members there who are in their 80s (see picture below). Each of them was honored with a corsage and a round of applause. We had overwhelming amounts of quality merchandise in Antiques/Household and Adult Clothes, and quite an array of options in Bakery, Silent Auction, and Books.

Smith Day 2010

Our 79th Smith Day, Great Escapes, was a wonderful success and fun for all. From the “Paris & Milan” room (women’s clothing) to the “Blackwell’s Bookstore” (books), wonderful finds and bargains galore were available to the astute shopper. As always, the Bakery (“French Quarter”) and the luncheon (“A Hillside in Tuscany”) afforded delectable treats. And the “Silk Road” (Silent Auction) was full to the hilt with treasures.

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