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IIT AGNE Annual Picnic

Press Release
07/18/2018

IIT AGNE Annual Picnic


NEW Venue! FREE Parking! 

When: Saturday, July 28, 2018 
Venue: NARA Park, Acton MA.

This year’s Annual IIT AGNEPicnic promises to be a fun event at a NEW location with plenty of FREE parkingThe covered pavilion can accommodate over 200 and ensures we will have fun come rain or shine.

Relive your IIT days with plenty of fun activities planned including old favorites like Anthakshri, Quizmaster, badminton and many more. A great time to meet new friends and renew old friendships.

The picnic is open to all IIT (Indian Institute of Technology) Alumni, their families and friends and is FREE. We should have plenty of food for everyone. You are also welcome to bring some food for yourself and to share with others.if you are bringing any food. please email picnic@iitagne.org. If you would like to volunteer to organize the event, email picnic@iitagne.org.

Please RSVP so we know how many to plan for and please remember to share the event on your Facebook / Twitter feeds.
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