0T3 Reunion Events
Trinity’s Spring Reunion is a unique and special event for the College and our alumni. Each year, hundreds of alumni come from abroad and from down the street to reconnect with their classmates, see old friends and meet new ones. Our longest standing alumni have a chance to meet some of our students and newest graduates. The familiar buildings offer a warm homecoming while the new additions and recent changes are reminders of the new generation and our collective future as the Trinity family. All of this and great food too!
Though this year’s honoured years end with 3’s and 8’s, ALL alumni are welcome to join us at our signature events. The Garden Party will be even more special this year as we celebrate in the newly renovated Strachan Hall. The St. Hilda’s Luncheon speaker Tanya Heath-Brimont (9T3) is coming from Paris to talk about Inventive Inspiration and Building a Business of Shoes, and the archives and library will be displaying pieces of our history for all to see.
For the anniversary years, many of your year reps have organized events just for your year. Dinners, cocktail parties, pub nights and even parties generously hosted in the homes of your classmates – food, fun and fond memories are what makes Trinity Spring Reunion so special. For everyone else, you don’t need a five year anniversary to come back to the College – we can’t wait to see you!
Below is the list of events planned so far. Check back often to see what your year reps will plan!
Saturday, June 1, 2013
|St. Hilda's Reception & Luncheon. Reception and full lunch with wine. Tanya Heath-Brimont, 9T3 will talk about Inventive Inspiration and Building a Business of Shoes. $25/person. Melinda Seaman Dining Hall, St. Hilda’s College.|
|2 p.m.||Alumni Association Annual General Meeting & "Come Back to the Classroom." Find out about the activities of your alumni association and changes at the College. Followed by a lecture by Trinity Fellow, Prof. Sali Tagliamonte, Department of Linguistics on The Ontario Dialects Project: Why Does Language Change and How? George Ignatieff Theatre.|
|2 – 6 p.m.||Archives Exhibit. Divinity Common Room. A unique opportunity to see some fascinating items from the Trinity Archives -- you may even see yourself!|
|3:45 p.m.||Rare Books in the Graham Library. Linda Corman, Nicholls Librarian, will present Three Centuries of Flora and Fauna in the Rare Book Collections of the John W. Graham Library. Meet in the Saunderson Rare Books Room, John W. Graham Library.|
|4:15 p.m.||Rehearsal for Evensong. John Tuttle, Director of Music, invites anyone interested to take part in a rehearsal and then sing for Evensong at 5:30 p.m. All years are invited. Meet in the Chapel.|
|5:30 p.m.||Evensong. Trinity College Chapel.|
|6 – 8:30 p.m.||
The Garden Party. Strachan Hall and the Quadrangle.
Fabulous buffet-style food stations provide a light dinner with international hot and cold entrees, cheeses, and desserts. A chance for all years to get together in the newly restored Strachan Hall. Not to be missed! Rain or shine. $25/person. Cash bar.
|8:30 p.m.||0T3 at the Duke of York. Trinity 0T3 members and friends are invited to keep the party going and gather at one of your favourite haunts. 39 Prince Arthur Ave. Individual bills.|
Spouses and partners are welcome at all functions.
Accommodation for men and women is available at Trinity and St. Hilda’s College. Come into residence if you can. We have a Reunion rate of $50 per night, single occupancy. If you want to book a residence room please e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or reply on the enclosed form.