Cornell University

International Programs

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Thanksgiving Celebration

November 27, Robert Purcell Marketplace

You are cordially invited to join other members of the Cornell community for the 21st Annual Traditional American Thanksgiving Feast!

When: Thursday, November 27th, 12:00-3:00 PM (with seatings at Noon and 1:30)
Where: Robert Purcell Marketplace
Cost: $10 Adults, $8 Children 6-12 years old
Children 5 & younger eat for FREE!

What's on the Menu?
Roast turkey with giblet gravy, poached salmon with a citrus hollandaise, baked marinated tofu, mashed potatoes, vegetarian chestnut stuffing, sausage stuffing, candied yams, rice pilaf, green bean casserole, fresh herbed carrots, New England clam chowder, salad bar, fruit salad, fresh baked breads, a decadent dessert display, assorted beverages and some surprises from the chef!

After you eat, relax and enjoy dessert, coffee, and conversation until 4:00 PM

TICKETS WILL BE ON SALE November 17th- 26th (while supplies last) and can be purchased at the following locations:

  • Hasbrouck and Maplewood Service Centers
  • Holland International Living Center
  • Willard Straight Hall Ticket Office
  • Big Red Barn (after 2 PM through Nov. 25th, only)
  • International Students and Scholars Office (B50 Caldwell Hall)

This event is made possible through the generosity of:
CU Dining & Retail Services, The International Students and Scholars Office, The Office of the Dean of Students, Graduate and Professional Student Housing, The Big Red Barn Graduate and Professional Student Center, and The Holland International Living Center
Alumni Affairs-Class & Reunion; Architecture, Art & Planning-Office for Diversity; Arts & Sciences; Athletic Department; Campus Life-Community Development; CALS-Int’l Programs; Cornell University Religious Works (CURW); Diversity Programs  in Engineering; Fraternity & Sorority Affairs; Gannett; Gov’t & Community Relations; Hotel School; Human Ecology;  International Students Programming Board (ISPB); JGSM-Student Activities & Special Events; Law School; Office of the Vice President of Human Resources; Plant Breeding & Genetics; Public Service Center; The Campus Club; The Graduate School; The Mario Einaudi Center for Int’l Studies; Weill Institute for Cell & Molecular Biology

For more information, please contact Adriana Rovers (apr6) at the International Students and Scholars Office via e-mail, or by calling 255-5243.

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