Alumni Annual Dinner 2006
Date: Friday, October 20th, 2006

Location: The Albany Club (in the large dining room),
91 King Street East, Toronto

Speaker: Dr. Margaret MacMillan
Provost of Trinity College, University of Toronto, and
Author of Paris 1919, Six Months That Changed The World

Cocktails: 6.30 to 7.45 p.m Cash Bar
Dinner: 7.45 pm (Business Dress, Black Tie Optional)
Cash Bar after Dinner

Cost: $90 per person for three course dinner including wine.
RSVP: John Cary, Treasurer
9 Dartmouth Crescent, Toronto, M8V 1W9

Please Note:
We are especially fortunate to have Dr. Margaret MacMillan as our guest speaker.
The following are extracts from the Provost's website
where there is a wealth of information.

"Margaret MacMillan is the Provost of Trinity College and professor of History at the University of Toronto. In 2007 she will become Warden of St.Antony's College, Oxford. She was educated at the University of Toronto (Honours B.A. in History) and at Oxford University (B.Phil in Politics and D.Phil). She taught at Ryerson University for 25 years where she also served a term as Chair of the History Department.

Her publications include Women of the Raj and Peacemakers: the Paris Conference of 1919 and Its Attempt to Make Peace, published in North America as Paris 1919: Six Months that Changed the World. Peacemakers/Paris 1919 won the Duff Cooper Prize, the Samuel Johnson Prize for non-fiction, the Hessell-Tiltman Prize for History, the Silver Medal for the Council on Foreign Relations Arthur Ross Book Award and the Governor-General's prize for non-fiction in 2003. It was a New York Times Editor's Choice in 2002."

Please keep this date free on your calendar. We ask everyone to encourage any alumni they know to come along. As noted above spouses and friends of Trinity are also all welcome. If you wish to make up a table (usually 8 people) please let us know as soon as possible how many people and their names. Please make a commitment to attend and let us know as soon as you can.

Looking forward to meeting you there,
John Payne