September 7, 2019 update
To the Class of 1969…
As the reunion date gets closer, here are some things to remember and consider:
A tour of BHS (before most of it gets razed next year– no, seriously!) is scheduled for Saturday morning at 10AM. Park as close to the door as possible, in the “Teacher’s Parking” rows, ‘cuz you’re now older than any of our teachers were. There may be metal detectors, times change.
The BCC event scheduled for Saturday evening rolls out like this:
o Oh, and by the way, the BCC has a NO DENIM policy (underwear ok if not exposed). Dress suggestion… “business casual”
o Cocktail hour starts at 6
o Food, buffet style, is served from 7-8
o After dinner, you are encouraged to take the mic and say a few words, or a lot of words if that’s more your style.
o After dinner, dancing to the best music ever, or catching up with people you have not seen in years and years.
o The BCC event concludes at 11PM (so you’ll need to record ‘The Wheel’)
Sunday Brunch from 10-1 the barns at the end of Starr Farm Road
o Bear right after the bike path and park in the field on the left side of the road across from the barns. Come into the barnyard.
o Bagels, croissants, coffee, fruit, & other lite fare & a chance to do some more catching up.
· Restaurants recommended in the Burlington area
o Breakfast & Lunch – Penny Cluse; Mirabelle’s ; Friendly Toast and Sneakers ( in Winooski).
o The Gryphon – Main Street Burlington
o Lunch – Shanty on the Shore; Waterworks (in Winooski)
o Dinner (Burlington downtown area) - Trattoria Delia; Leunig’s; Bistro Margot, Honey Road, Sweetwater’s
o Dinner (South Hero) – Blue Paddle Bistro
o Dinner (Richmond) – Kitchen Table Bistro
o Vegan – Revolution Kitchen, Center St, Burlington
o Vegan - Pingala Café & Eatery, 1 Mill Street Burlington on the Winooski River
50th Reunion Committee ---
Tom Troville, Lew Sussman, Steve Peisch, Bill Parkhill, Tim Crowley, PJ Ciardelli, Sarah Carpenter