The Dartmouth Clubs of China, Japan, Hong Kong, and Korea are hosting the fifth annual Niseko Green Weekend from February 22-24, 2019. Come celebrate Dartmouth's 250th anniversary with fellow alumni from across the Asia Pacific region and around the world both on the slopes and off.
In between ski runs through the champagne powder snow, the weekend program will include:
Friday, February 22: Meet and greet cocktails followed by a welcome dinner at the brand new Kumo restaurant.
Saturday, February 23: Keynote Dinner and talk at the yearly favorite An Dining in the Ki Niseko building. The keynote talk will be given by Professor Andrew Field '91 titled "Jack, Teddy, and Nanri Fumio: Tracing the spread of American Jazz in the Asia-Pacific, 1920s-1930s."
There will further be ample opportunity to meet old friends and new throughout the weekend.
Register before December 15 for special early-bird pricing for the preferred lodging venue and for the welcome and keynote dinners. The single occupancy early-bird rate is 78,500 yen for two nights at the Hyatt House, the Welcome and Keynote Dinners. The double occupancy early bird rate is 46,500 per person. Visit Niseko Green for more information.
Please contact event organizers Cliff Bernstein '89 or Ryota Ogura '02 with any questions you might have.
All Dartmouth alumni, parents, students, and friends are invited to attend.