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Priory Scholars of NYC Spring 2022 Meeting
We are delighted to invite you to join us, in-person, for the 2022 Spring session of the Priory Scholars. Restrictions are lifting around the city, and we are holding class on Saturday, April 30, 12:00 pm-4:00 pm EDT. We will return to THE CHURCHILL TAVERN, 45 East 28th Street, New York, NY 10016, located between Madison and Park Avenues, around the corner from the 28th Street subway station for the 4 & 6 trains.
To all our members who joined us from abroad in the last few years, I would be delighted to buy you a drink at a NYC meeting: you are always invited, and always welcome.
I am very much looking forward to greeting you all in person. Precautions around COVID remain a concern, and we are working with The Churchill to ensure everyone’s safety. We will follow all NYC guidelines for indoor dining. While not required in March, please be ready to show proof of vaccination and booster if required in April. And as always, if you feel sick on the day of the meeting, please do not come. Simply let us know, and we will discuss how your payment can be transferred or refunded.
The story for the meeting is “The Illustrious Client.” >>Registration and more information.
– The Faculty of PSNYC
In case you missed our Summer School class, here is one reporter’s view: “On the Trail of Sherlock Holmes Buffs: Ralph Gardner Jr. goes to a meeting of The Priory Scholars of NYC and gets an earful,” Wall Street Journal,(online, July 27, 2016 and print edition, July 28, 2016)
Created in 1954, The Priory Scholars of NYC (PSNYC) was founded by Chris Steinbrunner and friends and is a Sherlock Holmes scion society. Rising from the slumber of a recent hiatus (2007-2011), PSNYC has been re-booted so as to take full advantage of 21st century technology while at the same time exploring its rich and storied past. Our primary focus is the discussion of the canon, while using supplemental material (both classic papers as well as works-in-progress) to fine-tune/challenge/enhance one’s experience of the 60 primary texts. On the social side we want to heartily welcome back any original PSNYC-ers, as well as invite any recently minted Sherlockians and Sherlock Holmes enthusiasts to what we hope will be a rip-roaring raucously cerebral celebration of Holmes and Watson…with some occasional homework – but the fun kind. Please check back here for updates, upcoming events and information. And please feel free to contact us for any reason either via Facebook at www.facebook.com/PrioryNYC or e-mail at PrioryNYC@gmail.com.
Headmaster and Debate Master – Nick Martorelli
Web Master – Rachel Klingberg
Quiz Master – Raj Pandravada
German Master – Position available