May 2019 Volume LIV Number 3


Social & Networking Events

January 2014 Volume L Number 1

5k Fun Run

Friday, May 23

6:30 7:30 am


Give back to the Healthy Smiles, Healthy Children Foundation by participating in this fun run/walk on Friday morning! Based on the events during the 2013 Boston Marathon, the final location of the race is still being determined. The AAPD has secured permits through the proper channels to host this important event in the Back Bay or another location, pending approval. We will host this race and remember-Boston Strong!



Career Opportunities Fair 

Friday, May 23 

3:30 5:30 pm


The Career Opportunities Fair is a great opportunity for a new pediatric dentist seeking their first practice position or the more experienced pediatric dentist who is looking for a change to network with hiring organizations.


For more information or to download the Career Fair form, visit or contact Meetings Associate Debra Gilbert at (312) 337-2160 or The cost to participate for AAPD Members is $150; recruitment companies may exhibit at the price of $500. Sponsored by NuSmile Pediatric Crowns



New Pediatric Dentist Happy Hour: Jillian's 

Friday, May 23 

5 7 pm (Ticketed Event)


Located across from Fenway Park, Jillian's is in the heart of nightlife on Lansdowne Street. The area offers hip, upscale entertainment. On the third level of the complex resides hot spot "Lucky Strike Lanes." This area is more of a bowling lounge than a bowling alley. Here guests will find wooden floors and huge velvety couches, Art Deco lighting and an enormous wall of televisions behind the bar broadcasting all the important pro sports games.


An amazing DJ inspires guests to strut their stuff keeping you entertained through the night. For those guests looking for a quieter location, the V.I.P. Room and the Polo Room are exclusive to AAPD which include pool tables, Wii and X-Box as well as bars. Sponsored by Treloar & Heisel and MedPro



Welcome Reception: Grand slam at Fenway Park

Friday, May 23 

7 10 pm

Courtesy of the Greater Boston Convention & Visitors Bureau


Swing Batter, Batter . . . Swing! AAPD brings you exclusive access to America's favorite Ballpark and home of the 2013 World Series Champions! Spend the night with Boston and New England's favorite mascots: Wally the Green Monster, Pat Patriot, Blades the Bruin, Larry the Lobster and Lucky the Leprechaun. Spend some time in the Little League Area designed for kids and kids at heart.


Located behind the bleachers, the open floor plan of this concourse allows you to mix and mingle as you take in the sights and sounds of the ballpark. The open-air environment immerses you in the spirit that abounds at Fenway and enjoy the rockin' band!


We also have access to the bleacher seats to relax and refresh as you sip refreshments and take in the ambiance of the field. Staged throughout the bleachers are vaious caricature artists allowing you the opportunity to take a piece of the event home.


Boston Ballpark Midway. A classic-style Fan Zone that includes carnival booths with baseball style games like: Break-A-Plate, Baseball Toss, Tin Can Alley, and Ring-A-Bottle. Visit the right field rooftop for great views and a Karaoke DJ!


Historic ballpark, friends new and old, baseball, games, live music and more-anything you could ever want in a night out! Sponsored by Sunstar Americas, Inc.



International Reception 

Saturday, May 24 

5:30 7:30 pm


This reception began in 2010 at the Annual Session and has continued to be a popular event for international members and attendees. Join members of the AAPD board of trustees, learn more about the AAPD and network with fellow international attendees before enjoying your evening in Boston.


Presidents' Farewell Dinner Sunday, May 25 6:30 10:30 pm Museum of Fine Arts

 Join your friends, colleagues and the presidents of AAPD and Healthy Smiles, Healthy Children, the Foundation of the AAPD, for a memorable evening with amazing cuisine, phenomenal art and a great dancing band! Come celebrate your specialty at this newly designed event to allow guests to spend more time in the museum while also celebrating the specialty and its achievements.


Entering the museum's rotunda, natural light illuminates the specially commissioned works of John Singer Sargent that grace the ceiling and vaulted aches. While most revered for his portraitures, Sargent's first inspirations came from his travels as a child and the landscapes he saw.


As guests make their way from the grandeur of the classical rotunda to the ultra-modern glass and steel courtyard, the visual experience shifts to one of contemporary high drama. Ultraviolet light washes the white surfaces of the courtyard and creates a stunning counterpoint to the sun-bright yellow Chihuly "tree" that towers to one side. Reception is sponsored by Treloar & Heisel Dinner is sponsored by MAM