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Annual Summer Picnic & Student Send-Off 

Please Join Us - All Are Welcome!

Join us on Saturday, July 29th, 2017 for the Notre Dame Club of Denver's Annual Picnic and Student Send-Off!  

Event (both a mass and a catered picnic) will take place at Mullen High School  | 3601 S Lowell Street, Denver (click here for map)

Please RSVP

You do not have to be a current student to attend! This picnic is our annual summer event and our annual opportunity to wish our Future Domers ample success as them embark on their own experiences at a place very dear to all of us - University of Notre Dame!

Tentative Schedule of Events

8:00 a.m. - 9:00 a.m. Set up by volunteers

9:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m. Freshman and New parent Q&A (Rilko Center Cafeteria - follow the balloons)

10:00 a.m.- 11:00 a.m. Catholic Mass (St. John Baptist de la Salle Chapel in the Rilko Center)

11:00 a.m.- 1:00 p.m. Picnic (Christian Brothers Commons and Christian Brothers Hall - follow the balloons)

1:00 p.m. - 1:30 p.m. Cleanup

 Entrees provided by the Notre Dame Club of Denver

We need your help with the rest - Potluck!

If your last name begins with (A-L) - please bring a "side" to share; or (M-Z) - a dessert to share!

We still need volunteers for Mass, Fun and Games, and Set-Up/Cleanup. Please contact DawnMarie Schwappach, ND 1991 (current ND parent) , John Dee, ND 2004 and Dianne Madful (current ND parent) at summerpicnic@nddenver.com

Pigskin & Poker Tournament for our Club Scholarship - TH Aug 17th | 5:30 pm start 
Pigskin Poker benefiting the #NDCD's Bishop Evans Scholarship Fund - Thursday, August 17th, 2017 at The Platte in Littleton. Let's Deal some cards, talk ND football and support our scholarship fund (the "BESF") by playing some IRISH Hold-Em - All information can be found here:

Save the Date: UND Night 9/14 
Speaker: Marianne Corr, Notre Dame General Counsel, Location: Offices of Bryan Cave Law Firm, More Info Forthcoming, Event Information: HERE

Fall Hesburgh Lecture 10/16 

The Bible and the Qur’an by Gabriel Said Reynolds, Ph.D., Professor, Islamic Studies and TheologySummary of talk: To Muslims, the Qur’an is the uncreated, eternal Word of God. As Jesus Christ is to Christians, the Qur’an to Muslims is the fullest expression of God’s concern for humanity. It is the source of spiritual wisdom and the constitution for a perfect society. It is the only faithfully preserved scripture. To critical scholars, however, things are more complicated. Today, the discovery of ancient manuscripts and the rise of cutting-edge research challenge traditional Islamic views about the Qur’an. This lecture will discuss the latest academic debates about the Qur’an and focus on the question of its relationship to the Bible. For more information and to RSVP, click HERE

#GetInTheHuddle and #NetworkLikeAChampion with your NDCD 
Did you know our HUDDLE networking events take place each month at locations across the Denver metro area?  Find a listing of all upcoming HUDDLE events here.  Please RSVP - we'd love to know you are coming!  Questions about our HUDDLE networking group and events?  Want to get involved?  Contact Bill Clifford and Lynsey Strand at HuddleEvents@nddenver.com