Reunion Weekend Schedule of Events

The extended Reunion Weekend 2017 schedule is here! See all that the weekend has to offer and plan your time on campus. View the .pdf version of the Schedule of Events.

Note: times and locations are subject to change. Pick up the final printed schedule when you arrive on campus.

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THURSDAY, JUNE 1


3–9 p.m. Early Registration and Check-In

Buntrock Commons, Crossroads

3–7 p.m. Class of 1967 Hospitality Room

Buntrock Commons, Heritage Room

5:30–6:30 p.m. Dinner

Buntrock Commons, Stav Hall
Open for all guests. Pay at the door. (This meal is not part of All-Weekend pricing).

6–8 p.m. Reunion Volunteer Reception and Dinner

Buntrock Commons, Black and Gold Ballrooms
A special dinner for reunion committee volunteers.

7–10 p.m. Class of 1967 Reunion Social

Ytterboe Hall Lounge
Gather in the Ytterboe Hall Lounge for informal conversations and to mingle with former classmates. Light refreshments will be provided.

 

FRIDAY, JUNE 2


7–9 a.m. All-Guest Breakfast

Buntrock Commons, Stav Hall
Ticket or All-Weekend pass required.

8 a.m.–8 p.m. Registration and Check-In

Buntrock Commons, Crossroads

8 a.m.–10 p.m. Class of 1967 Hospitality Room

Buntrock Commons, Heritage Room

8–9 a.m. Walking Tour of the Natural Lands

Buntrock Commons, Crossroads
Kathy Shea, professor of biology and environmental studies and curator of the St. Olaf Natural Lands, will lead this tour, pointing out the unique and abundant variety of plants and wildlife that live and grow in this protected area.

9–9:45 a.m. Guided Tour of Rølvaag Memorial Library

Rølvaag Memorial Library
Rediscover all that made Rølvaag Library your favorite study spot and learn what makes it a favorite place for current students to study and meet friends. Library staff will also introduce DiSCO — not a 1970s disco, but the college’s new high-tech Digital Scholarship Center.

9–10 a.m. Sustainability at St. Olaf

Alumni Auditorium (Tomson Hall 280)
Join Pete Sandberg, assistant vice president for facilities, as he shares the college’s framework plan plus future plans for environmental responsibility and sustainability.

9–10 a.m. Class of 1967 Gathering

Ytterboe Hall Lounge
Gather for informal conversations and to mingle with former classmates.

10 a.m. Chapel Service

Boe Memorial Chapel

10 a.m.–noon Rølvaag Memorial Library Special Collections Open House

Rølvaag Memorial Library
Stop by to see some gems from our collection of books spanning the late 15th century to the present. These include Norwegian-American publications, artists’ books, samples of early English printing, Chinese language materials from the Bodman-Lang East Asian Collection, and more.

10:30–11:30 a.m. Stained Glass Window Tour

Boe Memorial Chapel
Join Rev. Matt Marohl and Rev. Katherine Fick for an illuminating tour of Boe Memorial Chapel’s stained glass windows.

10:30–11:30 a.m. St. Olaf History in Two Videos

Buntrock Commons, Viking Theater
Take a nostalgic trip through two videos: one about Ytterboe, the college’s most famous dog, and one about the rivalry between St. Olaf and Carleton colleges. Stephanie Hess ’06, curator of special collections and digitization with the Northfield Historical Society will present alongside Jeff Sauve, St. Olaf’s associate archivist, who will provide insight into the story of Ytterboe on the 60th anniversary of the dog’s death.

10:45–11:45 a.m. Campus Tours

Gather in Buntrock Commons, on the second level by the elevators
(Canceled in case of severe weather)
Students will lead small groups on a walking tour of campus. Learn more about the newest buildings and discover how the Hill has changed since you were a student. Sign up at the registration table in Buntrock Commons.

10:45 a.m.–12:30 p.m. Manitou Heights Society Brunch

Invitation-Only Event
Tomson Hall Atrium, followed by program in Alumni Auditorium (Tomson Hall 280)
We invite current members and their guests to join us for a brunch and program which will focus on themes of philanthropy.

11:30 a.m.–1 p.m. All-Guest Lunch

Buntrock Commons, Stav Hall
Ticket or All-Weekend pass required.

12:30 p.m. Kid’s Camp Session No. 1

Buntrock Commons, the Pause
Details about this program for children are on the Kid’s Camp page. Kid’s Camp activities begin at 1 p.m. Meals are included with pre-registration. The program staff will accept walk-in registrations if openings are available.

12:45–2:15 p.m. Class of 1967 Lunch

Buntrock Commons, Black and Gold Ballrooms

1–5 p.m. Memory Café

Buntrock Commons, KSTO Studio (lower level, by elevators)
Do you have a story you’d like to share? Then place your order at the Memory Café! Take five minutes to record a memory of your time on the Hill at one of four microphones.

2-4 p.m. Norwegian-American Historical Association Open House

Rolvaag Memorial Library
Stop in for a treat and meet the staff and volunteers of the Norwegian-American Historical Association, now in its 91st year at St. Olaf. Learn about online resources available for exploring the NAHA archival collection and your own Norwegian heritage, and hear how NAHA fulfills its missions “to locate, collect, preserve, and interpret the Norwegian-American experience.”

2:30–5:30 p.m. The Alumni College

Enjoy an afternoon back in the classroom! Choose a class from each of the three Alumni College sessions.

2:30-3:15 p.m. Alumni College Class, Period No. 1

Class of 1992
Michael Leming, professor emeritus of sociology/anthropology
“Santa Loves to Give to the Children of the World! All the Places I Have Been On a Coupon“
Regents Hall 150

Pete Sandberg, assistant vice president for facilities
“The St. Olaf College Framework Plan”
Regents Hall 410

Corliss Swain, professor of philosophy
“An [Anti-]Social Pleasure of Political Life“
Regents Hall 190

DeAne Lagerquist, professor of religion
“My Home, Wherever It Is: Gertrude Sovik’s Life On Three Continents”
Regents Hall 210

Maria Vendetti, assistant professor of French
“100 Years of Romance Languages: French and Francophone Studies’ Shifting Center of Gravity”
Regents Hall 310

The Class of 1967
“Exploring Palestine/Israel”
Join members of the Class of 1967 as they examine Palestine and Israel from biblical times to today.
Alumni Auditorium (Tomson Hall 280)

3:40-4:25 p.m. Alumni College Class, Period No. 2

Mary Griep, professor of art and art history, associate dean of fine arts
“A Global Perspective: St. Olaf Style”
Regents Hall 150

Chris Chapp, assistant professor of political science
“Vote Choice in the 2016 Election: Assessing the Conventional Wisdom from Political Science“
Regents Hall 410

Aimee Brown, special collections librarian
“Rolvaag Library Special Collections: Our Heritage, New Collections, and Rare Books in the Classroom“
Regents Hall 190

Douglas Hetzler ’77, M.D., Palo Alto Medical Foundation Department of Otolaryngology, Soquel, California
“Ears: Their Care and Protection … and Issues Related to Surfing”
Regents Hall 210

Jolene Jacobson Barjasteh, associate professor of French, chair of the German department
“Literature and Terrorism: Yasmina Khadra’s The Sirens of Baghdad”
Regents Hall 310

The Class of 1967
“After all these years … now what?!”
During our years on the Hill they tried to teach us to be good boys and girls. Join an informal discussion of what we’ve done since then, and what gives meaning to the third chapter of our lives.
Alumni Auditorium (Tomson Hall 280)

4:45–5:30 p.m. Alumni College Class, Period No. 3

Jeff Sauve, associate archivist
“Fascinating and Forgotten Stories: Revealing St. Olaf’s Storied Past Through the Decades“
Regents Hall 150

Ashley Hodgson, assistant professor of economics
“Evolution in the Health Care Industry”
Regents Hall 410

David Schalliol, assistant professor of sociology/anthropology
“New Meanings of Old Places”
Regents Hall 210

Maggie Broner, associate professor of Spanish, chair of the Romance Languages Department
“Sustainability and Latin America through Design Thinking”
Regents Hall 310

“Fifty Years After the Sexual Revolution”
Join a discussion with author David Weiss and St. Olaf alumni as we ask “How do we make choices that honor God’s intent for us to flourish faithfully?”
Alumni Auditorium (Tomson Hall 280)

2:30–3:30 p.m. St. Olaf College Archives Open House

Rølvaag Memorial Library, Shaw-Olson Center for College History (Room 211)
An archivist will be on hand to consider any St. Olaf collectibles you might want to donate, including old yearbooks. Extra copies of old yearbooks (if available) are on sale for $15 each.

3–4 p.m. Hong Kierkegaard Library Talk and Tour

Rølvaag Memorial Library 225
Enjoy a talk by Professor of Philosophy Gordon Marino about the Danish philosopher Søren Kierkegaard, followed by a tour of the library. The Howard V. and Edna H. Hong Kierkegaard Library began as the private collection of its founders, who used it to support their work in translating the writings of Kierkegaard from Danish to English. This special collection includes nearly 20,000 book volumes and serves students, scholars, and anyone interested in the writings and ideas of Kierkegaard.

3–7 p.m. Golden Ole Hospitality Rooms (Classes of 1942, ’47, ’52, ’57, and ’62)

Buntrock Commons

Class of 1942 and 1947 Room 222
Class of 1952 Rooms 220/221
Class of 1957 Norway Room 101
Class of 1962 Undset Room 142

5:30–6:30 p.m. Dinner in Stav Hall

Ticket or All-Weekend pass required.

6–8 p.m. Friday Night Class Reunion Dinners and Happy Hours

Classes of 1942 and 1947 Center for Art and Dance, Groot Gallery
Class of 1952 Center for Art and Dance, Groot Gallery
Class of 1957 Buntrock Commons, Kings’ Dining Room, Valhalla
Class of 1962 Christiansen Hall of Music, Band Room 138
Class of 1967 Buntrock Commons, Black and Gold Ballrooms
Class of 1972 Rølvaag Memorial Library, English Wing 515
Class of 1977 Christiansen Hall of Music, Orchestra Room 140
Class of 1982 Regents Hall, First Floor
Class of 1987 Kings’ Dining Room, Trollhaugen
Class of 1992 Buntrock Commons, the Lion’s Pause
Class of 1997 Boe Memorial Chapel, the Undercroft
Class of 2002 Regents Hall, Second Floor
Class of 2007 Christiansen Hall of Music, Urness Recital Hall
Class of 2012 Regents Hall, Fourth Floor

8:30–9:30 p.m. Class of 1967 Sing-Along with Garrison Keillor (CANCELLED)

8:30–9:30 p.m. Class of 1967 Hootenanny

Ytterboe Lounge
Bring your guitar, banjo, or harmonica and join classmates for an informal gathering of fun and song.

8 p.m.–midnight Entertainment

Mellby Lawn Tent
(Rain site: Buntrock Commons, the Lion’s Pause)
Dance the night away with the Class of 2012, starting with Class of 2012 acoustic performers 8–9:30 p.m., followed by a DJ-ed dance party.

FOOD AND REFRESHMENT
The Cage is open 4 p.m.–midnight with beer, wine, soft drinks, juice, snacks, and food available for purchase. Beer, wine, and soft drinks are also available for purchase at the Pause Concession 8 p.m.–midnight.

The Mellby Lawn Tent is open for conversation throughout the weekend, with beer, wine, and soft drinks available for purchase 8:30 p.m.–midnight.

Unaccompanied minors are not allowed in the Pause or the Mellby Lawn Tent during this time. ID is required to purchase alcohol.

10 p.m. Bonfire

Mellby Lawn
(Canceled in case of rain or severe weather))
All reunion guests are invited to a bonfire.

 

SATURDAY, JUNE 3


7–7:45 a.m. 5K Ole Run/Walk, Registration and Check-In

Skoglund Fieldhouse, enter at the northwest corner, by the garage door
(In the case of severe weather, this event will be cancelled.)
All alumni are invited to participate in the Reunion 5K Run/Walk, which takes place rain or shine and is sponsored by Campus Recreation. T-shirts will not be available after the race, so make sure you pick yours up during this time.

7–9 a.m. All-Guest Breakfast

Buntrock Commons, Stav Hall
Ticket or All-Weekend pass required.

8 a.m. 5K Ole Run/Walk Registration and Check-In

Campus cross-country trails (behind Tostrud Center)
Lace up your running shoes and join fellow Oles for this invigorating start to your day.

8 a.m.–7 p.m. Registration and Check-In

Buntrock Commons, Crossroads

8 a.m.–10 p.m. Class of 1967 Hospitality Room

Buntrock Commons, Heritage Room

8:30–9:30 a.m. Reception for Tuskegee Institute Summer Education Program (TISEP)

Buntrock Commons, Center for Multicultural and International Engagement (room 111)
Learn about a St. Olaf contribution to the civil rights movement during this Class of 1967-sponsored discussion of TISEP.

8:45–10:30 a.m. Oaklawn Cemetery Tour

Shuttle departs from Buntrock Commons circle
(Canceled in case of severe weather)
Many Northfield and St. Olaf historical figures are buried at Oaklawn, including six St. Olaf presidents, four deans, and 25 professors. Take a leisurely morning walk with Jon Rondestvedt ’61, enjoy the stories attached to many of these St. Olaf legends, and share your favorite memories as well. Maps with marker locations will be provided. The shuttle will leave promptly at 8:45 a.m. from Buntrock Commons and return to campus at 10:30 a.m.

9–10 a.m. Campus Tours

Gather in Buntrock Commons, on the second level by the elevator
(Canceled in case of severe weather)
Students will lead small groups on a walking tour of campus. Learn more about the newest buildings and discover how the Hill has changed since you were a student. Sign up at the registration table in Buntrock Commons.

9–10 a.m. Sustainability at St. Olaf

Alumni Auditorium (Tomson Hall 280)
Join Pete Sandberg, assistant vice president for facilities, as he shares the college’s framework plan and future plans for environmental responsibility and sustainability.

9–10 a.m. Stained Glass Window Tour

Boe Memorial Chapel
Join pastors, Rev. Matt Marohl and Rev. Katherine Fick for an illuminating tour of the stained glass windows of Boe Memorial Chapel.

9–10:30 a.m. Class of 1962 Class Program

Buntrock Commons, Viking Theater

9–10:30 a.m. Memory Café

Buntrock Commons, KSTO Studio (lower level, by elevators)
Do you have a story you’d like to share? Then place your order at the Memory Café! Take five minutes to record a memory of your time on the Hill at one of four microphones.

9–10:30 a.m. Alumni Author Signing

Buntrock Commons, St. Olaf Bookstore
The following authors will have books available for purchase and signing:

Wilor Bluege ’65 There’s A Rabbit on the Roof!
John Eidsmoe ’67 Christianity and the Constitution
Holly Hughes ’77 The Pen and the Bell: Mindful Writing in a Busy World
Jonathan Tweet ’87 Grandmother Fish: A Child’s First Book of Evolution

9–10:45 a.m. Rølvaag Memorial Library Special Collections Open House

Rølvaag Memorial Library
Stop by to see some gems from our collection of books spanning the late 15th century to the present. These include Norwegian-American publications, artists’ books, samples of early English printing, Chinese language materials from the Bodman-Lang East Asian Collection, and more.

9 a.m.–1 p.m. Kid’s Camp Session No. 2

Buntrock Commons, the Lion’s Pause
Details about this program for children are on the Kid’s Camp page. Kid’s Camp activities begin at 9 a.m. Meals are included with pre-registration. The program staff will accept walk-in registrations if openings are available.

9 a.m.–4 p.m. Golden Ole Hospitality Rooms (Classes of 1942, ’47, ’52, ’57, and ’62)

Buntrock Commons

Class of 1942 and 1947 Room 222
Class of 1952 Rooms 220/221
Class of 1957 Norway Room 101
Class of 1962 Undset Room 142

9–10:30 a.m. Flaten Art Barn Open House

Flaten Art Barn (adjacent to the wind turbine)
Visit the reconstructed Flaten Art Barn, originally built in 1932 and the first home of the St. Olaf Art Department.

9:30–10:15 a.m. Class of 1957 Service of Remembrance

Skifter Hall, Studio A

9:30–10:30 a.m. Class of 1967 Service of Remembrance

Boe Memorial Chapel

9:30–10:30 a.m. Tour of Old Main

Old Main
Built in 1877, Old Main was the first building on Manitou Heights and contained classrooms, a library, housing for students and faculty members, and a dining room. Through the years Old Main has housed various departments and currently is home to the Religion Department. Join Associate Archivist Jeff Sauve as he leads a tour of this historic building. You may even get to add your signature to the walls of the tower.

10:45-11 a.m. All-Class Parade Line-Up

Campus Green
Line up for the All-Class Parade near your class sign on the sidewalk looping from Boe Memorial Chapel to Tomson Hall. Be sure to wear your class identity item!

11-11:30 a.m. All-Class Parade

Campus Green
All alumni and children are invited to parade around the Campus Green. Family and friends are encouraged to participate by cheering on eight decades of St. Olaf alumni.

11:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m. All-Alumni Celebration

Boe Memorial Chapel
President David R. Anderson ’74 invites everyone to celebrate the accomplishments of alumni and the hard work of volunteers. Representatives from each reunion class will present their class gift to the college at this event, which also includes President Anderson’s State of the College address.

Noon–2:30 p.m. All-Reunion Lunch

Campus Green (rain site: Buntrock Commons, Stav Hall)
Ticket or All-Weekend pass required.
All reunion classes, former student athletes, and guests are welcome to enjoy lunch together, served buffet-style on Buntrock Plaza (look for your class sign).

Noon-8 p.m. Kid’s Camp Session No. 3

Buntrock Commons, the Lion’s Pause
Details about this program for children are on the Kid’s Camp page. Kid’s Camp lunch begins at noon, activities begin at 1 p.m. Meals are included with pre-registration. The program staff will accept walk-in registrations if openings are available.

12:30–2:30 p.m. Classes of 1942 to 1952 Lunch and Program

Buntrock Commons, Kings’ Dining Room
Classes of 1942 and 1947: Buntrock Commons, Kings’ Dining Room, President’s Dining Room
Class of 1952: Buntrock Commons, Kings’ Dining Room, Trollhaugen

2:30–3:30 p.m. Class of 1972 Service of Remembrance

Skifter Hall, Studio A

2:30–4 p.m. Class of 1967 Nurses’ Reunion

Ytterboe Hall, Recreation Room (lower level)

2:30–4 p.m. Panel Discussion on Race at St. Olaf

Alumni Auditorium (Tomson Hall 280)

2:30–4 p.m. Piper Center for Vocation and Career Open House

Tomson Hall 270
Learn more about career and vocational programming for students and recent alumni, and about opportunities for alumni involvement. Identify the volunteer roles that work best for your professional background and explore the ways you can support current students.

2:30–4:30 p.m. Alumni and Family Bazaar

Campus Green
(Canceled in case of severe weather)
Activities for all ages on the Campus Green, including yard games, a photo booth, and cool snacks. Kids will enjoy face-painting, inflatable bouncy houses, sidewalk chalk, and more.

2:30–4:30 p.m. Alumni Academic Department Reception with Faculty Members

Mellby Lawn Tent
(Moved to Buntrock Commons, Fireside Lounge, in case of severe weather)
Greet current and retired faculty at a gathering intended to renew relationships. Refreshments provided.

2:30–4:30 p.m. Nursing Department Open House

Ytterboe Hall 050 (lower level)
All alumni are invited to this special open house with light refreshments.

2:30-4:30 Department of Romance Languages 100th Anniversary Celebration

Campus Green, Mellby Lawn Tent
The Department of Romance Languages turns 100 this year! All alumni (particularly French, Spanish, and/or Hispanic studies/Latin American studies majors/concentrators and those who participated in study-abroad programs in French- or Spanish-speaking countries) are invited to stop by to greet emeriti and current professors. Join us in remembering the past and celebrating the future of French and Spanish at St. Olaf. Bring photos!

2:30–6 p.m. Memory Café

Buntrock Commons, KSTO Studio (lower level, by elevators)
Do you have a story you’d like to share? Then place your order at the Memory Café! Take five minutes to record a memory of your time on the Hill at one of four microphones.

3–5 p.m. Athletics Reunion and Hall of Fame Reception

Skoglund Athletic Center
St. Olaf will induct Cindy Book (longtime volleyball coach), Kelly Underkofler ’05 (nordic skiing), Manuel Spreigl ’02 (football), and Dan LaManna ’02 (baseball) into its Hall of Fame at an Ole Athletics Reunion and Reception. The college also will honor and welcome a number of championship teams, including the 1966 football team, the 1986 women’s cross-country team, the 1992 men’s swimming and diving team, the 1992 softball team, the 1996 volleyball team, and the 2002 baseball team. Light refreshments will be served.

3:30–4:30 p.m. Class of 1957 Nurse’s Reunion

Center for Art and Dance, the Link

4-5 p.m. AfterGLOW Gathering and Reception

Tomson Hall, West Lantern
Gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender alumni and their allies are invited to share their stories and learn about the current climate on the Hill. This informal gathering is open and welcoming to all. Organized by GLOW! in coordination with the AfterGLOW alumni group.

4–5:30 p.m. Reunion Weekend Concert: St. Olaf Students and Faculty Members

Boe Memorial Chapel
Come listen to members of the St. Olaf community present a variety of musical performances, much like the student recitals from your college days!

5:30–6:30 p.m. Dinner in Stav Hall

Buntrock Commons, Stav Hall
Ticket or All-Weekend pass required.

6–8 p.m. Saturday Evening Class Reunion Dinners

Classes of 1942 and 1947 Tomson East Lantern (second floor)
Class of 1952 Tomson East Lantern (second floor)
Class of 1957 Buntrock Commons, Kings’ Dining Room, Valhalla
Class of 1962 Christiansen Hall of Music, Band Room 138
Class of 1967 Buntrock Commons, Black and Gold Ballrooms
Class of 1972 Christiansen Hall of Music, Orchestra Room 140
Class of 1977 Buntrock Commons, Kings’ Dining Room, Trollhaugen
Class of 1982 Christiansen Hall of Music, Urness Recital Hall
Class of 1987 Regents Hall 356
Class of 1992 Regents Hall, Fourth Floor
Class of 1997 Boe Memorial Chapel, the Undercroft
Class of 2002 Rølvaag Memorial Library 515 (English wing)
Class of 2007 Tomson Hall, Atrium
Class of 2012 Buntrock Commons, the Lion’s Pause

8:30 p.m. Movie Night: Ratatouille

Buntrock Commons, Viking Theater
Guests of all ages are invited to a movie night with popcorn and Ratatouille (rated G).

9 p.m.–midnight Entertainment

Buntrock Commons, the Lion’s Pause
Don’t miss the Johnny Holm Band, the most widely traveled band in the country performing music that spans multiple eras and genres in a show that “moves at the speed of lightning.”

Mellby Lawn Tent
DJ Toasty will be spinning the platters that matter while you get your groove on. Everyone is welcome to enjoy the entertainment, dancing, and refreshments.

FOOD AND REFRESHMENT
The Cage is open 4 p.m.–midnight with beer, wine, soft drinks, juice, snacks, and food available for purchase. Beer, wine, and soft drinks are also available for purchase at the Pause Concession 8 p.m.–midnight.

The Mellby Lawn Tent is open for conversation throughout the weekend, with beer, wine, and soft drinks available for purchase 8:30 p.m.–midnight.

Unaccompanied minors are not allowed in the Pause or the Mellby Lawn Tent during this time. ID is required to purchase alcohol.

9 p.m. Holden Evening Prayer

Boe Memorial Chapel
Join us for this special evening service of reflection and song.

10 p.m.–1 a.m. Class of 1992 Bonfire and Class Gathering

Mellby Lawn Tent
(Canceled in case of severe weather)
Alumni from the Class of 1992 are welcome to enjoy a cup of cocoa and spend some time together before retiring to their dorm rooms. Remember the taste of late-night pizza? We’ll refresh that memory at 11 p.m. around the bonfire.

 

SUNDAY, JUNE 4


7–9 a.m. All-Guest Breakfast

Buntrock Commons, Stav Hall
Ticket or All-Weekend pass required.

8–11 a.m. Registration Guest Services

Buntrock Commons, Crossroads

8 a.m.–Noon Class of 1967 Hospitality Room

Buntrock Commons, Heritage Room

8:45–10:15 a.m. Walking Tour of the Natural Lands

Departing from Buntrock Commons, Crossroads
Kathy Shea, professor of biology and environmental studies and curator of the St. Olaf Natural Lands, will lead this tour of the unique and abundant variety of plants and wildlife that live and grow in this protected area.

9 a.m. All-Singers Worship Choir Rehearsal

Boe Memorial Chapel
All those who love to sing are welcome at this rehearsal to prepare for the All-Alumni Worship service.

10:30 a.m. All-Alumni Worship Service

Boe Memorial Chapel
We gather together to worship and to give thanks for the blessings of the St. Olaf community. The service will feature music by the Worship Choir.

11:30 a.m.–1 p.m. All-Guest Lunch

Buntrock Commons, Stav Hall
Ticket or All-Weekend pass required.

1 p.m. Residence Halls Close

Guests are asked to check out by 1 p.m.