Calendar

Wintertime Meet ‘N Greet (Online, 1/18)

January 18, 12-1pm Curious to meet other Plus Ones? Grab your lunch or a warm drink and join other spouses/partners from the Plus One Network for a fast and fun Meet ‘N Greet. Thought-provoking conversation starters will give you a chance to learn about the life paths and interests… Continue reading »

Discover Mount Hope- Walk & History (10/29)

10 am Come learn about Mount Hope! We will park and meet at the entrance of the estate, at Mount Hope Park, and head to the Georgian, 72 room Elm Tree Mansion by way of the historic Mount Hope Farm property. While we won’t see any interiors, we’ll talk… Continue reading »

Cook-Out at the Faculty House (10/14)

Friday October 14, 4:30-7 History Highlights of Faculty House presented at 5:30 and 6pm by Patrick Quinn, President Emeritus of the Faculty Club & Spouse of Retired Williams Staff This special cook-out gathering will replace Friendly Fridays for October and will welcome Williams employees, their spouses/partners, and community… Continue reading »

Flu Vaccine Clinics-Fall 2022

The college is partnering again with Stop & Shop to provide flu vaccines for our faculty and staff this year, as recommended by the CDC.    Flu Clinic Hours: Thursday, September 22nd, 8:30 a.m.–2:45 p.m. Monday, September 26th, 8:30 a.m.–2:45 p.m. Wednesday,… Continue reading »

Walking Wednesdays (weekly)

Want to move midday? Open to any employees and family members, this short walking break is a great way to meet up with others, discover campus, and get some steps in. Meet at Chapin Hall steps a little after 12 noon and select a walking loop with those who… Continue reading »

Outdoor Playtime at Linear Park Playground (9/25)

Sunday September 25 Drop-In, 2-4 pm Especially for families! Meet new arrivals in the area and connect with those you already know at Linear Park in Williamstown. Don’t miss the delicious cookies by  two bear bakery  as a snack-time treat (note: store-bought gluten-free cookies will also be available). Continue reading »