Friday, October 6 - Sunday, October 8, 2016
Nu Chapter Classes from 1962 to 1972 will have a Fourth Annual Mini-Reunion in Kennebunkport, Maine in October, 2017.
Repeating the format of the successful 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2016 mini-reunions, We will have group dinners on Friday and Saturday, though instead of large banquet facilities which require large personal guarantees, we rely on private rooms in local restaurants. Brothers and their spouses can get together for breakfasts and lunches, or there is a variety of local tours, whale watches, and a harbor and coast cruise in Kennebunkport in addition to the myriad things to do in southern Maine. L.L. Bean's main store is just 40 minutes away along with many other outlets in Freeport, Maine. Portland, just 30 minutes away, offers several first rate museums along with a vibrant harbor area. The fall leaves should be on display as well.
This event is being held in Kennebunkport, Maine to make it easier and less costly to set this up for whatever size group this turns out to be. This will afford a chance for some of the brothers who could not attend any of the previous events a chance to get together with brothers again. Unfortunately, holding these events at convention hotels requires long lead times and large personal guarantees by those of us who put these events together.
In past years, we have sent out lodging information for the mini-reunions, but the Internet is likely more useful these days, so we have some lodging information to give you some general information, and we then suggest that you use the Internet to pin down your plans. If you are wondering about things to do in the Kennebunkport area, we also have some mini-reunion schedule and things of interest in the area on our visitors' information page.
If you have not been receiving information about this event, and you are in the group of classes in this mini-reunion, then you should get in touch with Ben Wechsler .
Whether or not you are planning to attend, if you are in the classes from 1962 to 1972, we ask that you complete the initial survey.