As I arrived, I enjoyed this view and recalled working in these fields.
Registration and picture viewing in the Currier Center. At right are pipe organ parts that will be assembled (from 5 different organs) into a functioning organ for the school!
Our class was assigned to Huseby House, a dorm new to us. A chipmunk ran under the centipede sculpture as I arrived.
Friday evening meal on the patio area between the KDU and the new Field House.
Jill (bottom left), Steve, Sophia, Sandy, Tom, Sally, David, Mary.
Dorry (center front), Lindsey, Wally, Carlos and his partner...
At the next table Mary?, Jill and husband, Tom Roeper and wife Laura, Sally (back to camera)...
They fed us well!
Ros and Sophia walking to Sing.
James, the new music director, led us in Sing!, using the new songbook.
Contra dancing and squares followed after Sing.
Carlos '61 and Ngoima '64
Saturday morning was grey and wet...
Heavy rain at 10am Saturday, just as all the activities were starting.
I chose to hike up Putney Mountain, in spite of the rain. (Most of our classmates were more sensible, and hiked on Sunday morning.) Wet, but fun!
Sophia with Alison Frye, Alumni Relations Manager for the Putney School
Madrigals in Calder Hall.
An impressive mural project was underway in the Currier Building (a continuation from spring 2011 Project Week). When finished, these mural will go to Putney Central School.
A selection of books authored by our classmates were on display at the Library
A familiar Library room, with some of the wonderful leather "Putney Chairs" made in Putney at the old Antioch Graduate School of Education. They cost $75.00 (once upon a time) and were very comfortable, no matter which way we lounged in them.
Dorry, Ros, and Gay -- figuring out who's who in our class photo from Senior Year.
Lively conversations after the panel discussion. Tom and Mary
Wally, Mary, and Jill
Sophia and Carol
What a view!
Conversations in the common room of Huseby House, our dorm for the weekend.