The Church of Ireland and Methodist Chaplaincy at Queen’s University is this month hosting two informal reunion evenings for past students in Belfast.
Each event will be a chance for former housemates and friends to gather around a buffet–style meal and catch up. Former staff will play host, and there will also be plenty of photographs and memories made available to get conversation going.
With the first of the student houses, No 22 Elmwood Avenue, having opened in 1955, the chaplaincy has been a home and meeting place for hundreds of past residents over the last 61 years. The chaplaincy has therefore decided to host two events: )ne on Friday November 11 for students from the 1990s and 2000s, and one on Saturday November 26 for students from the 1950s to the 1980s.
Both events will be held at the chaplaincy’s Hub Café (previously known as the Oasis) and will start at 7.30pm. The reunions are free to attend but, to help with catering, the chaplaincy would be grateful for people who plan to come along to RSVP by emailing: email@example.com
More information is also available on the chaplaincy’s website: www.thehubbelfast.org