Join other Hiramites and friends of the College at The Skyline Club for a Hiram Night Out in Detroit. Network with other alumni and hear about the many exciting things happening on Hiram Hill.
Skyline Club has been bringing businesspeople of metro-Detroit together both socially and professionally for 25 years. Located on the 28th floor of the prestigious Town Center, Skyline Club has provided the camaraderie of private club tradition for Oakland County business and civic leaders since 1988.
Thursday - October 17, 2013
6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
The Skyline Club
Oakland Charlevoix Room
2000 Town Center #2800
Southfield, Michigan 48075
Registration fee of $20 per person includes all food and beverages for the evening.
Hiram College extends a special thank you to Hiram College Board of Trustee member Douglas Grimm ’84 for arranging for us to gather at the Skyline Club.
Click here for driving directions to Skyline Club
The Skyline Club has a dress policy to maintain the professional atmosphere for Members and guests consistent with a premier private business Club. This dress code applies to all Club users, including children. Members and guests who do not meet the Club's dress code are turned away if dressed inappropriately.
Member Dining Room
- Business suits
- Dress shirt with dress slacks
- Jackets and ties are recommended but not required
- Knit or casual shirts with collars
- Pants suit or business suits
- Dresses/skirts with blouses
- Casual slacks
- Casual skirts and dresses
Denim of any kind is not permitted at any time in the Member Dining Room. No exceptions.
Appropriate denim will be permitted in the Member's Lounge Monday through Friday. The Club defines appropriate denim as: not faded or bleached, baggy, dirty or torn. Denim with writing, slogans of any kind or excessive embellishments is not permitted.
Private Events Rooms
Persons using the private event rooms are expected to conform to the Club's dress code. It shall be the responsibility of the Member or host of a private event to inform guests of the need to arrive at the Club wearing appropriate attire.
Unacceptable Attire in the Club
- Athletic wear (jogging suits, sweat suits, sneakers or tennis/running shoes)
- Baseball caps
- Flip-flops or casual sandals
- Shorts or skorts
- T-shirts, tank tops, tank-style undershirts, halter-tops
- Bare midriffs