Chicago Booth and the Penn Club are pleased to invite alumni and their guests to an evening at the Bakken Museum. Joining our clubs will be the Columbia, Harvard, Yale, Stanford, NYU/Stern, Virginia, Wharton and MIT clubs.

You’re invited to meet fellow Twin Cities alumni and learn about medical devices and electricity, while you sip a glass of wine and enjoy the beautiful Tudor mansion-turned-museum.

Penn alumnus and Executive Director of The Bakken Museum, David Rhees Ph.D., who is a fantastic speaker and an expert historian, will be joining us to speak about the origins of the medical device industry and Earl Bakken, co-founder of Medtronic.

Warm appetizers and wine will be served by Bistro La Chaya (two-time winner of Diners' Choice at Open Table). Please see full details below.


The Bakken Museum
3537 Zenith Avenue S
Minneapolis, Minnesota

Driving Directions:DIRECTIONS: The Bakken Museum is located on the west shore of Lake Calhoun, at the corner of West Calhoun Parkway and 36th Street in Minneapolis, close to bus routes 6, 12 and 17.

PARKING: Free parking is available in the museum´s lot on Zenith Avenue South and on West 36th Street.


No Charge


Register By Email
RSVP: Please contact Whitney Windmiller at to reserve your spot by May 10th. Space is limited.

- Submit $20 via Paypal to or
- Send check to Dan Rutman, Penn Club MN, 6728 Rosemary Lane, Edina MN 55439 (please make check payable to Dan Rutman and write "Alumni Event" in memo).

Deadline: 5/10/2011


Whitney Windmiller