charleston @70

at 70 - the "at" sign, followed by the number 70
in Charleston, SC



Yale alumni from the Classes of ’69, ’70, and ’71 gathered to celebrate their collective 70th birthdays. Some made a longer weekend to savor historic Charleston.

When: Saturday, October 20, 2018, starting at 3:00 PM
Where: Historic District of Charleston

Reception: at the home of Henry Smythe ’70 and his wife Susan Smythe ’71.

31 Legare Street
Charleston, SC

This ante-bellum home in the heart of the historic district has been lovingly maintained for generations.

Dinner: at the Anson Restaurant in one of its private dining rooms:

12 Anson Street
Charleston, SC

The Anson is consistently considered one of the best in Charleston: stylish and innovative, Southern cuisine with carefully sourced local ingredients.

Dinner included a choice of entrée as well as two glasses of wine.

Cost: Reception and dinner was $125 per person

Visiting Charleston: Late October is one of the best times to visit Charleston. The weather is mild and perfect for guided walking tours or horse-drawn-carriage ones. It’s also time for the Annual Fall Tour of Homes, during which the private interiors of some of the nation’s most exceptional historic houses are opened. Visit historic gardens, colonial estates, ante-bellum plantations, Fort Sumter, and more. And for all you golfers, there are a dozen or more public and semi-public courses that would warm the cockles of a golfer’s heart.

Lodging: To assist those coming for the weekend, rooms were reserved at the Kings Courtyard Inn in the heart of historic Charleston.

Thanks: We thank not only Henry and Susan Smythe, but also Howard Evert ’70 and Roy Niedermayer ’69 as well as the Class officers of 1969, 1970, and 1971 for helping put this together.

Click for details and photos from the Class Blog.