Reunion 2014
 
 

Schedule of Events

Thursday  |  Friday  |  Saturday  |  Sunday

A final schedule of events will be distributed upon your arrive at the Reunion Registration desk. This schedule is subject to change; please check back for updates.
 


Thursday, May 29

 

Time

Activity

Location

8:30 a.m.– 4:30 p.m. Prospective Student Admission Interviews, Information Sessions, and Campus Tours

The Office of Admissions extends a special invitation to high school students wishing to learn more about Skidmore College. Information sessions, evaluative admission interviews (high school juniors and seniors), and campus tours are available throughout the day. If a student is accompanying you to Reunion, invite them to come learn more about Skidmore! By appointment only; please call 518-580-5570

Judith Pick Eissner '64 Admissions Center,
North Broadway
Noon – 9 p.m. Registration Case Center, second floor
2-5:30 p.m. Class of 1964 Hospitality Suite Hospitality Suite
2:45 p.m. Campus Walking Tour with Student Guides Depart from Judith Pick Eissner '64
Admissions Center
3 p.m.

Tour of the Frances Young Tang Teaching Museum and Art Gallery

Frances Young Tang Teaching Museum and Art Gallery
6 p.m.

Scribner Society Dinner

The classes of 1939, 1944, 1949, 1954 and 1959 will be inducted into the Scribner Society in honor of their post-50th reunions. The group will be joined by President Philip A. Glotzbach and Marie B. Glotzbach for cocktails and dinner.

Murray-Aikins Dining Hall, second floor
6:00 p.m.

Class of 1969 Dinner

Join Dayton Director Ian Berry for a tour of the Tang prior to dinner which will be served at 6:30 p.m.

The Tang Teaching Museum and Art Gallery

6 p.m.

Class of 1974 Reception

Spring Street Gallery
110 Spring Street, Saratoga Springs

6:30 p.m.

Class of 1964 Reception and Dinner

Bus departs Sussman Village bus stop at 6pm

Note: The 1964 Hospitality Suite (Sussman, Building K, Apt 7) will be open following dinner until 11 p.m.

The Canfield Casino
Congress Park, E. Congress Street, Saratoga Springs

6:30 – 8:30 p.m.

Class of 1984 Gathering

Wheatfields
440 Broadway, Saratoga Springs

7 p.m.

Caffè Lena History Project

In 1960, burgeoning actress and defiant dreamer Lena Spencer opened a small, grassroots coffeehouse in Saratoga Springs. Within her then-husband's plan to start the Caffè as a means for the couple to artistically flourish while "making enough money to retire in Europe" lay the seed of a more impactful cultural contribution that would change music history forever. Caffè Lena's humble stage regularly welcomed musicians such as a young Bob Dylan in 1961, the singer/activist Bernice Johnson Reagon in 1962, and a pre-"American Pie" Don McLean in 1965. Quickly, Caffè Lena took its place among the nation's foremost incubators of an American folk movement that inspired a generation of musicians, artists, and thinkers and a country in need of a new vision of equality, freedom, and understanding. It still exists to serve the music community today.

Caffè Lena historian and Skidmore alum Jocelyn Arem, '04, will present an overall history of the Caffè, highlighting memorable events, and share an overview of Caffè Lena History Project--an 11-year initiative in partnership with the Saratoga Springs History Museum that unearthed Lena's secret memoirs, collaborated with photographers to identify and rescue mysterious negatives, and collected stories from the original artists to highlight these materials--creating a book, CD box set, exhibition, and the very first Caffè Lena archival collection and searchable database to share this treasure trove of authentic and rare Americana with the world.

This FREE event is presented by the Saratoga Springs History Museum and sponsored by THE ALFRED Z. SOLOMON PROGRAM SERIES.

 City Center, Saratoga Springs
7 p.m.

Class of 1989 Gathering

Gaffney's
16 Caroline St. #1, Saratoga Springs

7 – 9 p.m.

Multi-Year Informal Gathering for the Classes of 1999, 2004 and 2009

City Tavern
19-21 Caroline St., Saratoga Springs

7 – 9 p.m.

Class of 1994 Gathering

Parting Glass
40-42 Lake Avenue, Saratoga Springs

7:30 p.m.

Class of 1979 Gathering

Hattie's Restaurant
45 Phila St, Saratoga Springs, NY 12866

 

Friday, May 30

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Time

Activity

Location

6:30 - 7:30 a.m. Class of 1964 Coffee Service Hospitality Suite
7:30 – 9 a.m. Breakfast Murray-Aikins Dining Hall
8 – 9:30 a.m.

“Stretch, Breathe, and Relax” Yoga Class

Join us for a morning wake-up call that will leave you relaxed and revitalized. Please bring your own yoga mat and come with an empty stomach (continental breakfast is available after class). No pre-registration, but space is limited; first-come, first-served. Led by Rachel Fridholm, Yoga Moves.
Williamson Sports Center, Multipurpose Room

 Williamson Sports Center, Multipurpose Room
8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Prospective Student Admission Interviews/Information Sessions/Campus Tours

The Office of Admissions extends a special invitation to high school students wishing to learn more about Skidmore College. Information sessions, evaluative admission interviews (high school juniors and seniors), and campus tours are available throughout the day. If a student is accompanying you to Reunion, invite them to come learn more about Skidmore! By appointment only; please call 518-580-5570

Judith Pick Eissner ’64 Admissions Center, 
North Broadway
 8:30 a.m. – 10 a.m

Skidmore Legacy Society Breakfast with President Glotzbach and Marie Glotzbach

For members of the Legacy Society who have affirmed their commitment to Skidmore’s future by establishing a planned gift. By invitation only.

Scribner Carriage House 
 8:30 a.m.

Class of 1959 Bus Tour of the Old Campus

Bus departs from Sussman Village parking lot at 8:30 a.m. Join your classmates and Professor Emeritus James Kettlewell for a tour of Skidmore’s old downtown campus.

Bus departs Northwoods parking lot at 8:30 a.m.
9 a.m. – 11 p.m. Registration Case Center, second floor
9:30 a.m.

Class of 1964 Mincollege: The British Invasion of the summer of 1964

The success of the Beatles on the Ed Sullivan Show opened up the gates for a flood of British acts such that the Rolling Stones, the Animals, Dusty Springfield, and other performers suddenly found themselves on American charts and media. Ironically, much of their music was originally American. This lecture considers the circumstances that led to British performers discovering American music and Americans discovering British performers.

Filene Hall, Filene Recital Hall
10 a.m. Tour of the Frances Young Tang Teaching Museum and Art Gallery

Enjoy a tour of Skidmore’s interdisciplinary teaching museum and art gallery.

Frances Young Tang Teaching Museum and Art Gallery
 10:30 a.m.

MINI COLLEGE: The Chemistry of Jewelry Making
Kimberley Frederick, Professor and Chair of Chemistry

If you’ve ever seen metallic jewelry in vibrant shades of pinks, purples, and greens and wondered how they were made, this is the class for you! We will make anodized niobium jewelry (either earrings or a pendant) using batteries and borax. Participants will learn the chemistry behind the art and will get to take their jewelry home. Come learn at the intersection of science and art! Space will be limited to the first 15 participants.

 Dana Science Center, room 201
11 a.m.

MINI COLLEGE: What Was Modernism?
Robert Boyers, Professor in English and Editor of Salmagundi

The word “modern” is often used to describe objects or attitudes that are felt to be good or appealing because they are not bound by convention or tradition; it may also be used by people who are unhappy about the movement away from tradition or what has long seemed familiar. “Modernism” is more specifically used in connection with the movement that took shape in the late 19th century and became dominant in the first half of the 20th. Picasso, Matisse, Joyce, Kafka, and Stravinsky are among the wide range of its influential artists and thinkers. We will explore how this movement came to be as successful as it was and what caused it later to become less attractive even to many of its most enthusiastic adherents.

Palamountain Hall, Emerson Auditorium
11 a.m. – 1:45 p.m. Lunch Murray-Aikins Dining Hall, first floor
11 a.m. – 5 p.m. Tee Off for the Weekend

The Twentieth Annual Alumni Golf Outing is open to all Skidmore alumni and guests and will be held rain or shine. Advance registration is required; slots are filled on a first-come, first-served basis. (Please arrive at the course by 10:45 a.m., For directions, see the "Good to Know section in the back of program)

Saratoga Spa Golf, Saratoga Spa State Park
Noon Volunteer Appreciation Luncheon

All Reunion and Class Volunteers are invited to attend this special luncheon.
By invitation only.

Murray-Aikins Dining Hall, second floor
1 – 4 p.m. Career Development Center Open House

The staff of the Career Development Center will be on hand to demonstrate the Career Development Web site and to discuss networking, career advising, job listings, and other services available to alumni.

Starbuck 204
1 – 4 p.m. Master’s Program Open House

Find out how alumni can continue their Skidmore education in Skidmore’s master’s program from a distance. Director Michael Mudrovic and his staff will be available to explain how, by working one-on-one with Skidmore faculty, students design individualized, interdisciplinary programs of study centered around their own unique areas of interest.

Filene Hall, second floor
1:30 – 2:30 p.m. Guided Bus Tour of Saratoga Springs and the Old Campus

Enjoy a tour of historic Saratoga Springs and Skidmore’s first campus. No pre-registration required. First-come, first-served. Space is limited.

Bus departs from Case Center parking lot at 1:20 p.m.
2 p.m. Tour of Arthur Zankel Music Center

Join members of the Music Department faculty for a tour of the new Arthur Zankel Music Center.

Meet in the lobby of the Arthur Zankel Music Center
2 p.m.

MINI COLLEGE: Should I Stay or Should I Go?
Kim Crabbe, Director, Career Development Center

Whether you have been in your career for a short time or a lifetime, you may be contemplating a major transition. In this 50 minute workshop, discover the ways you can leverage your current skill set and life goals to move into a more satisfying and rewarding career.
Bolton Hall, room 101

Bolton Hall, room 101
2 p.m.

MINI COLLEGE: "She Loves You": The Beatles and New York
Gordon Thompson, Professor of Music

The Beatles' appearance in the American market came through a combination of luck, timing, and tragedy down a path to the Ed Sullivan Show that involved assassins, spies, and call girls; but most of all, it included baby boomers. This lecture reconstructs the cultural environment that greeted the Beatles as they made their way to a signal moment in western history.

Arthur Zankel Music Center, room 117
2 – 3 p.m.

Class of 1974 Cooking Demo

Join a member of Skidmore’s award winning culinary team to learn how Skidmore partners with local producers to create fresh cuisine for campus residents and guests. The chef will demonstrate proper techniques, offer preparation tips, and prepare a recipe which incorporates ingredients from local farms.  Open to members of the Class of 1974 only.

Murray-Aikins Dining Hall, Test Kitchen
2:45 p.m. Campus Walking Tour with Student Guides Meet at Judith Pick Eissner '64 Admissions Center
3 p.m. Sustainable Skidmore Walking Tour

Join Sustainable Skidmore for a tour of campus sustainability initiatives, including the new campus bike share program, community garden, geothermal system, North Woods and more.  The Sustainability Coordinators will share information about student leadership opportunities, co-curricular events, and plans for the future. 

Meet at Arthur Zankel Music Center, Thomas Amphitheater
3:30 p.m.

MINI COLLEGE: Skidmore’s Science Initiative
Karen Kellogg, Associate Dean for Infrastructure, Sustainability, and Civic Engagement, and Kimberley Frederick, Professor and Chair of Chemistry

Hear plans for new and renovated physical and life science facilities at Skidmore. The presentation will include an overview of the history of the sciences at Skidmore and the design for our future science facilities. Learn about the innovative spaces that will foster even more hands-on, creative, interdisciplinary collaborations and will invite participation by the entire community. The transformational potential of this project is thrilling, promising to enhance the role of sciences in the liberal arts and Skidmore’s place among the top liberal arts schools in the country. 

 Palamountain Hall, Davis Auditorium
3:30 p.m. Class of 1954 Memorial Service Class of 1954 Memorial Garden
(left side of walkway leading to Williamson Sports Center parking lot)
3:30 p.m. Class of 1964 Memorial Service Alumni Memorial Garden
(behind the Surrey-Williamson Inn)
4  5:00 p.m.

MINI COLLEGE CLASS: The Race to Perdition: Why the Obamacare Roll-Out Rolled Over
Ron Seyb, Professor of Government

Many presidents have echoed JFK’s famous lamentation after the Bay in Pigs in 1961: “How could we have been so stupid?” While the initial effort to implement President Obama’s Affordable Care Act did not have the grievous consequences of Kennedy’s misadventure, it was hampered by miscalculations that were as avoidable as they were debilitating. Drawing on cognitive and social psychology, behavioral economics, and political decision-making, this talk presents the Obamacare roll-out debacle as, if not predicable, at least interpretable.

  Palamountain Hall, Gannett Auditorium
4:30  6 p.m. Class of 1964 Hospitality Suite Hospitality Suite
5 – 6:15 p.m. Friends of the Presidents & Legacy Societies Reception

The Friends of the Presidents & Legacy Societies Reception
Friends of the Presidents was founded in 1966 to honor the College’s most generous supporters, who set an example of leadership in annual giving.  The Legacy Society recognizes those who have made a commitment to support and strengthen Skidmore’s future with a planned gift.
By invitation only.

Scribner House
5 p.m.

Classes of 1939, 1944, 1949, and 1954 Reception and Dinner

Saratoga Golf and Polo Club, 301 Church St., Saratoga Springs 
Bus departs from Weicking Hall at 4:45 p.m. 
5:30 – 6:30 p.m. Alumni Reunion Art Exhibition Opening

Come enjoy the talents of Skidmore’s alumni artists at this nineteenth annual event.

Frances Young Tang Teaching Museum and Art Gallery, Payne Presentation Room

 5:30 – 7:30 p.m.

Class of 1999 BYOB Wine and Cheese Welcome

Hospitality Suite
 6:30 p.m. Class of 1969 Dinner Surrey-Williamson Inn
 6:30 p.m. Class of 1959 Reception and Dinner Frances Young Tang Museum
6:30 p.m.

Class of 1964 Reception and Dinner With President Glotzbach and Marie Glotzbach 

Note: The 1964 Hospitality Suite (Sussman, Building K, Apt 7) will be open following dinner until 11 p.m.

National Museum of Racing, 191 Union Ave., Saratoga Springs
Bus departs Sussman Village parking lot at 6:15 p.m.

6:30 – 8:30 p.m. Class of 1974 Gathering

Saratoga Polo Association
2 Bloomfield Rd., Greenfield Center

7 – 9 p.m.

Wilmarth and Friends Mini-reunion 

Former Wilmarth residents gather to relive some of their best student moments! Starting at 8 p.m., all Reunion alumni are welcome to join the celebration.

 Wilmarth Hall lawn, under the tent
7 – 8 p.m.

Class of 1979 Gathering

Gaffney's
16 Caroline St. #1, Saratoga Springs
7 – 9 p.m.

Class of 1989 Gathering

 
7 p.m.

Class of 2009 Gathering

Gaffney's
16 Caroline St. #1, Saratoga Springs
8 p.m.

Class of 1984 Party  *Please note the Blotto Concert is cancelled. Join us for music, food and DJ!

Parting Glass
40-42 Lake Ave, Saratoga Springs
8 – 10 p.m.

Class of 2004 Welcome Reception

Falstaff's
9 – 11 p.m.

Class of 1994 Gathering

Harvey's Irish Pub & Restaurant
(formally Tratt's)
14 Phila St., Saratoga Springs
10:30 p.m.

Class of 2004: Let the Good Times Roll

Gaffney's
16 Caroline St. #1, Saratoga Springs
11 p.m.

Class of 1979 Gathering

Hospitality Suite

 

Saturday, May 31

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Time

Activity

Location

6:30 - 8 a.m. Class of 1964 Coffee Service Hospitality Suite
7:30 – 9:30 a.m. Breakfast Murray-Aikins Dining Hall, 1st floor
8 - 9:30 a.m.

“Stretch, Breathe, and Relax” Yoga Class

Join us for a morning wakeup call that will leave you feeling relaxed and revitalized. Please bring your own yoga mat, and come with an empty stomach. A continental breakfast is available after class. No pre-registration required. First-come, first-served. Led by Rachel Fridholm, Yoga Moves.

Sports and Recreation Center, Multipurpose Room
8 - 9:30 a.m.

Class of 1964 Breakfast

Murray-Aikins Dining Hall, second floor
8:30 – 9:30 a.m.

President’s Breakfast for the 2014 Alumni Awards Recipients

By invitation only.

Murray-Aikins Dining Hall, second floor
9 a.m. – 8 p.m. Registration Case Center, second floor
9 - 10 a.m.

Pre-Parade Continental Breakfast & Parade Gathering

Grab a quick bite to eat and complimentary mimosa or other beverage with your classmates as you prepare for the Parade of Classes

Faculty/Staff Memorial Garden
(near Dana Science Center)
10:15 a.m. Parade of Classes

Led by the Schenectady Pipe Band, Ltd., proceeds from Dana Science Center to Arthur Zankel Music Center

Meet near the entrance of Dana Science Center
10:30 a.m.

Alumni Awards and Recognition Ceremony and Class Gift Presentation

Abbreviated bios of the Alumni Award Recipients can be found on the Alumni Awards page.

Arthur Zankel Music Center,
Helen Filene Ladd Auditorium
Noon – 2 p.m. All Reunion Classes Picnic

Join alumni, family, and friends for a tasty BBQ. Pony rides, face-painting and Mr. Bouncy Bounce for the kids. A photo booth will be on site for everyone to receive a personalized Reunion memento.

Upper South Park, Under the Tent
12:40 p.m. Class Photos

See Class Photo Schedule for more information.

Case Center, Porter Plaza
Rain location: Case Center, The Spa
2 p.m.

Tour of the Tang

Enjoy a tour of Alumni Invitational 4 at Skidmore’s interdisciplinary teaching museum and art gallery with its assistant director for curatorial affairs, Rachel Seligman ’91. This fourth Alumni Invitational celebrates the vibrant creative energy of four Skidmore graduates, spanning 50 years and a wide range of media.

 Frances Young Tang Teaching Museum and Art Gallery, Wachenheim Gallery
2 – 3:30 p.m.

Guided Bus Tour of Saratoga Springs and the Old Campus

Enjoy a tour of historic Saratoga Springs and Skidmore’s first campus.
No pre-registration required. First come, first served.
Space is limited.

Bus departs Case Center parking lot at 1:50 p.m.
2 p.m. Tour of the Arthur Zankel Music Center

Join members of the Music Department faculty for a tour of the new Arthur Zankel Music Center.

Meet in the lobby of the Arthur Zankel Music Center
2 – 4 p.m.

Sussman Village Open House

Take a peek into Skidmore's newest student apartments, part of the complex replacing Scribner Village.

 Sussman Village, Building A, Apartment 7
2 p.m.

MINI COLLEGE CLASS: Wine 101
The Saratoga Winery, Saratoga Springs

Indulge your inner sommelier with Wine 101, brought to you by The Saratoga Winery! The Winery's expert staff will discuss the wine making process, proper wine tasting etiquette, and the distinctive charachteristics of each of our varietals, as you sip your way through our traditional Reds and Whites and signature Melomels. Experience the best handcrafted wine that Upstate New York has to offer in this one of a kind course.
Space is limited; first come, first serve.

Murray-Aikins Dining Hall, second floor
2 p.m.

MINI COLLEGE CLASS: A Virtual Walk through Skidmore's First Home in Downtown Saratoga
Bob Jones, Associate Professor Economics, with Heather Moore ’08 

Growing from 1903, Skidmore’s downtown campus eventually consisted of more than 80 classroom buildings, offices, and dorms along Circular, Regent, Spring, and Phila streets and Union Avenue by the 1960s. We’ll view historic maps and photos in a virtual tour of the Scribner Campus and hear excerpts from the presenters’ book, The Architect of Necessity: Skidmore’s First Home in Downtown Saratoga (available at the Skidmore Shop).

 Palamountain Hall, room 201
2 p.m.

MINI COLLEGE CLASS: Introduction to Classical Music in India
Veena Chandra, Lecturer in Music

Learn about the basics of Indian classical music, essentials of Rag and Tal, basic music terminology, and Indian instruments such as sitar and tabla, harmonium, tambourine, ghunghru, and cymbals. A sitar and tabla performance will follow.

 Arthur Zankel Music Center, room 215
 2 – 4 p.m.

Ka-Mauna-Wanna-Lei-A Hawaiian Luau Party

Join classmates of the ‘70s and ‘80s to relive this popular traditions from Skidmore's history!

 Wilmarth Hall, under the tent
2 – 3:30 p.m.

Women of ’69, Unboxed Film Screening
A FILM BY PETER BARTON, LIZ ROMAN GALLESE ’69, and JANE STARTZ ’69

Skidmore’s ’69 class, in the vanguard of a societal transformation that profoundly altered the collegiate experience and U.S. society, looks back, then ahead; ruminates on heartaches and triumphs; and evaluates an extraordinary legacy. The film, catalyzed by the highly creative photographs in the unusual, unbound, loose-leaf 1969 ”YearBOX,” is our gift to the class and to the next generation.

 Palamountain Hall, Davis Auditorium
2 – 3 p.m.

Class of 1974 Identifying the Ingredients for a Positive Retirement

As part of our Moveable Feast, join Louise Mallette and Kate Ferris for an interactive conversation about renewal and transition during the “next course” of our lives. 

TBD
2 – 4 p.m. Class of 1989 Gathering and Block Party Hospitality Suite
2 – 4 p.m.

Classes of 1999, 2004, & 2009 Fun Day

Join your classmates on the Green; let loose, and have a couple of laughs! BYOB Event

Case Green
3 p.m. North Woods Nature Hike

Join student North Woods stewards for a nature walk through Skidmore’s unique natural resource—a living classroom as well as an outlet for co-curricular and recreational activities. Please wear sturdy shoes. 

Meet at Falstaff’s
3 p.m.

Wine Tasting with Dr. Vino (aka) Tyler Coleman '94

More information to come.

TBD
 3:30 p.m. 

Class of 1964: Special Event & Named Space Dedication

Join your classmates on an interactive tour of Alumni Invitational 4 with Assistant Director for Curatorial Affairs, Rachel Seligman '91 and guest artist Gayle Mandle '63. The tour will be followed by a reception and dedication of the Class of 1964 Gallery.

 Frances Young Tang Teaching Museum and Art Gallery, Malloy Wing
4 – 5 p.m. Class of 1969 Gathering Hospitality Suite
4 p.m. Class of 1974 Gathering Hospitality Suite
4:30 - 5:30 p.m. Class of 1964 Hospitality Suite Hospitality Suite
5 – 6 p.m. Skidmore Department of Nursing Reception: Celebrating the Past and the Future

Come join fellow Nursing graduates to celebrate the rich history of Skidmore’s nursing program and to learn about the agreement with New York University to facilitate the entrance of Skidmore students into NYU’s nursing program. For all former nursing majors.

Dana Science Center, Fowler Atrium
5:45 p.m.

Classes of 1939, 1944, 1949, and 1954 Celebration Dinner

Case Center, Intercultural Lounge
6 p.m.

Class of 1964 Photograph

Arthur Zankel Music Center, Thomas Amphitheater
6 – 9 p.m. Class of 1984 Pig-Roast Celebration Dinner Falstaff's
6 p.m. Class of 1959 Celebration Dinner Surrey-Williamson Inn
6 - 6:30 p.m. Class of 1994 Memorial Service Case Green
6:15 p.m.

Class of 1974 Celebration Dinner

Join Dayton Director Ian Berry for a tour of the Tang prior to dinner which will be served at 6:45 p.m.

 Frances Young Tang Teaching Museum and Art Gallery
6:30 p.m.

Class of 1964 Reception and Celebration Dinner

Note: The 1964 Hospitality Suite (Sussman, Building K, Apt 7) will be open following dinner until 11 p.m.

Arthur Zankel Music Center, under the tent
6:30 p.m. Class of 1969 Celebration Dinner Scibner Carriage House
791 N. Broadway, Saratoga Springs
6:30 p.m.

Class of 1979 Celebration Dinner

Join your classmates for a drink and reception.

Starbuck Patio and Murray-Aikins Dining Hall, first floor
6:30 p.m. Class of 1989 Celebration Dinner Keyes Quad and Murray-Aikins Dining Hall, first floor
7 p.m. Class of 1994 Celebration Dinner Case Center, Porter Plaza
7:15 p.m. Classes of 1999, 2004, and 2009 Celebration Reception Upper South Park, under the tent
9:15 – 10 p.m. Music and Dancing

Enjoy music by local favorites Soul Session!

Upper South Park, Under the Tent
10 p.m. Twentieth Annual Reunion Fireworks Display South Park
10:30 p.m. – midnight Music and Dancing

After the fireworks, continue dancing the night away with local favorites Soul Session!

Upper South Park, Under the Tent
11 p.m. Class of 1979 Taste of Saratoga Take Out Hospitality Suite

 

Sunday, June 1

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Time

Activity

Location

7 a.m. – 11 a.m. Check-out Residence halls
7:30 – 11:30 a.m.

Breakfast 

Tables will be reserved by class

Murray-Aikins Dining Hall, first floor
8 – 9:30 a.m. Class of 1964 Breakfast Murray-Aikins Dining Hall, second floor
9 a.m. Class of 1959 Memorial Service

Alumni Memorial Garden
(behind the Surrey-Williamson Inn)

10:30 - 11:15 a.m. Alumni Memorial Service

Pay tribute to members of the Skidmore family who have recently passed away.
Alumni Memorial Garden
(behind the Surrey Williamson Inn)
10:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. Class of 1994 Brunch

At the home of Ray Bryan '94
24 Oakridge Blvd, Saratoga Springs

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