Upcoming events

    • 24 Jan 2018
    • 6:00 PM - 10:00 PM
    • Arizona Science Center
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    Phoenix - January Salon

    Roman Arts, Eats, and Entertainment – After Hours Lecture Series

    Wednesday, January 24 at the Arizona Science Center (6-10pm; lecture at 7:15pm)

    Come and see the popular Pompeii exhibit at the Arizona Science Center and learn more about their daily like in this after-hours event!  

    Daily life in Pompeii was completely dependent on wealth. The wealthy lived luxurious, extravagant lives where nothing was out of reach, while the urban poor, the vast majority of the Roman population, lived in squalor barely scraping by. This talk explores how each class lived and will showcase the vast difference in the quality of life for the elite and the poor. For the wealthy in ancient Rome, there were seemingly unlimited entertainment options, but the poor’s choices were extremely restricted. After paying for rent, food, clothing, and taxes, there was typically little left over. What does one do for enjoyment when on a tight budget two millennia ago? Mike Zajac explores some of the entertainment opportunities for a Pompeian of limited means and shows that then, as now, fun can be had for little or no money at all.

    Like entertainment, dining etiquette and menu specifics varied across the spectrum of class and social standing. For Romans, the quote “Tell me what you eat, and I will tell you what you are” rings true. Nancy Serwint will focus on what archaeologists have learned from Pompeii about the range of food and drink consumed by the Romans. They literally ate everything from “soup to nuts.” Find out what was enjoyed – and tolerated – on the Roman table.

    Join Mike Zajac, independent scholar and professor at Arizona State University and the Maricopa Community College system with a B.I.S. degree in Art History and Psychology, and an M.A. in Art History; and Dr. Nancy Serwint, ancient art and archaeology professor at Arizona State University with a Ph.D. in Classical Archaeology.

    Pompeii AFTER HOURS - Cost and Details

    A Night of Cocktails & Culture 

    Doors open 6:00 p.m. | Open to all ages (Cash Bar available) 

    Time-Entry Available from 6–10 p.m. 

    Non-Member Prices

    $14 Adult and Children (3–17)

    Member Prices

    $9.95 Adults | $7.95 Children (3–17)

    You must purchase your ticket for this event by visiting the Science Center website.

    Your seat will be held only once your ticket is purchased.

    • 8 Feb 2018
    • 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM
    • 1215 E Lowell St, Tucson, AZ 85721
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    Please join Charter 100 in a tour of the internationally known Tree Ring Lab at the University of Arizona On February 9. We will have an opportunity to learn about Dendrochronology which is the study of annual rings in trees,  more specifically, events and processes in the past which help to track changes in the environment. We will have an opportunity to view tree rings which date back 10,000 years plus.​ T​hese studies help scientist understand past, present environmental changes​ and improve understanding of possible future environmental issues.

    Cost: Free 

    Members and guests welcome.

    Join us after the tour for a no-host happy hour at Pasco Kitchen 820 E University Blvd.

    • 21 Feb 2018
    • 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM
    • Phoenix Country Club 2901 N 7th St, Phoenix, AZ 85014
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    Charter 100 Luncheon Honoring the Past Charter 100 AZ Presidents and Featuring Our Guest Speaker Stephanie Streeter, EX-CEO of Libbey Glass/Changing Culture in a Business

    Wednesday, February 21, 2018

    Phoenix Country Club

    11:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.

    Come join in the celebration of our past Charter 100 AZ Presidents. The Board thought it only fitting to honor them in February for President’s Day! You will hear a word or two from each of them at the event. Perhaps you will reconnect with someone whom you have not seen for some time?

    We also have an outstanding professional, Stephanie Streeter, who is the former CEO of Libbey Glass, and an accomplished senior executive and respected motivational leader. Her presentation, Changing Culture in a Business, will raise your company's cultural awareness and impact how you view business interactions. Stephanie has substantial experience as a large public company chief executive officer and board director.

    It will be a fun luncheon filled with important information just for you!

    Cost: $50, includes lunch

    • 7 Mar 2018
    • 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM
    • Various Member Homes
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    Plan on attending one of the premier events for Charter 100, Dine In!  You will be assigned to one of six homes of Charter 100 members on March 7, meet for  wine and appetizers, then sit down to a lovely dinner with up to 10 members.  This is truly one of the very best ways to meet those women who you do not know and perhaps have wanted to meet for some time.  The conversations are wonderful, the food and wine fantastic, but most of all the lasting friendships are priceless.  This is a must do event for all members of Charter 100.  The home assignments are typically made with your travel time in mind.  Please sign up today!!!

    • 5 Jun 2018
    • 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
    • Phoenician Resort
    • 64
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    Join us for our annual member meeting and Afternoon Tea at the Phoenician! 

    We will be hosting our annual business meeting and introducing the 2018-2019 Charter 100 AZ officers and naming the list of new members at the Phoenician this year. We will enjoy a traditional Afternoon Tea at the Phoenician resort. Full tea includes finger sandwiches, scones with Devonshire cream and preserves, pastries and a selection of fine blends. Classic and contemporary music provides a charming backdrop for a relaxing afternoon break with Charter 100 friends.  (Sparkling wine or Champagne can be added upon request and for an additional charge.)   

    This is a members only event and seating is limited.

    Location/parking info coming soon.

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