Class Reunion Ideas For a Perfect Weekend

Posted on September 8, 2008. Filed under: Party Ideas | Tags: , , , , |

Multi-day class reunions are a great way to maximize your time together.  So many people who’ve attended reunions in the past leave saying, “the evening just flew by!  I didn’t even get to say hi to half the people I wanted to!”.  Having an entire weekend devoted to your class reunion is an easy way for people to really have time to reconnect.  It also is enticing to those making a long journey back home.  It makes their travels worthwhile with more to do and more time to do it in.  Check out our multi-day class reunion ideas to help you get started.

Friday night

Many classes kick off their reunion activities with an informal Friday night get together.  The evening should consist of ice breaker games.  This night is intended to loosen classmates up in an informal, neutral and relaxed atmosphere prior to the grand event. Typically these are held at a local restaurant or bar. Usually light Hors d’houevres are served and classmates pay for their own cocktails at these gatherings

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