The Hamilton campus in late spring is the perfect setting for getting together with family, classmates and friends.
Join Jim Memmott ’64 on Saturday morning as he delivers the Half-Century Annalist Letter at the Annual Meeting of the Alumni Association. Almost every year since 1865, when George Bristol prepared the first letter for the Class of 1815, an annalist has reminisced about classmates, the College and its faculty as they were in his undergraduate days 50 years earlier. In addition, President Stewart will give a State of the College Address, and the Bell Ringer Award will be presented to Trustee Nancy Ferguson Seeley.
View alumni art displayed in the Kirner-Johnson Commons. This year’s theme is “abstract” work. To participate contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
In Context: The Portrait in Contemporary Photographic Practice Curated by Robert Knight, assistant professor of art.
The mixed-voice Reunion Choir and all-male Baldwin Choir will sing at the Service of Remembrance on Sunday morning. Check the schedule for rehearsal times. All alumni, spouses, children and guests who enjoy singing are invited to participate. No auditions, just good music and great fun.
Childcare will be provided on Saturday for younger children, and those 6 and older may attend the free Friday and Saturday “Reunions Kids Camp” that includes family-friendly movies and a Saturday-night pizza party.
The Mohawk Valley has an abundance of challenging golf courses. Bring your clubs and plan to start your golf weekend on Thursday by calling to schedule a tee time:
Golf at Turning Stone Resort
5218 Patrick Road, Verona
315-829-GOLF or 877-748-GOLF
Oneida Community Golf Course
1017 Golf Lane, Oneida
Challenge your classmates or gather a foursome for the annual Winton Tolles Golf Tournament at the Skenandoa Golf Club, 7105 Norton Ave., Clinton. Entries are due by May 25. $175 per person.
“The Cherry Orchard” from Roots in Water by Richard Nelson ’72
“Self Torture and Strenuous Exercise” by Harry Kondoleon ’77
“Summer” by Barbara Wiechmann ’83
And debuting ...
“A Near Fatal Epiphany” — a one-act play by Sara Carlson ’06, winner of the Main Stage competition
Short pieces created and performed by alumni will be featured throughout the weekend. Don’t miss this opportunity to show the Hamilton community what you’ve been working on since last strutting across Minor’s stage!
On Friday evening, Melanie Sutherland K’79 will direct short pieces written by Kirkland alumnae.