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Past Events

Manhattan mini_2019-04-14_372

A great group of classmates gathered at the 3 West Club in Manhattan on March 26 for Melinda Ponder's discussion of her biography, Katharine Lee Bates: From Sea to Shining Sea.

Long Island mini-reunion_2015-10-24_220

Seven classmates gathered on Long Island for a visit, some cultural edification, and a few meals July 30-31 at the homes of Alice and John Tepper Marlin and Joan Barkhorn Hass.

Life on the Mississippi_2018-05-11_351

This April, Barbara Bywater Creed, Eleanor Frey Counselman and Mary Baughman, and their husbands cruised the Mississippi from Memphis to New Orleans, under the auspices of Road Scholar.

Gigi Brady Barnhill Speaking at Boston Athenaeum February 6_2018-01-10_335

On Tuesday, February 6th at noon, our classmate Gigi Brady Barnhill will be speaking at the Boston Athenaeum about American luminist painter and printmaker Fitz Henry Lane, the subject of her current exhibition, Drawn from Nature & On Stone: The Lithographs of Fitz Henry Lane, at the Cape Ann Museum.
 

From Sea to Shining Sea, Katharine Lee Bates, an American Feminist in the 19th Century_2018-01-10_334.html

Ever think “America the Beautiful” should be our National Anthem? I certainly do. Come meet Melinda Ponder (Class of ’66), coordinator emerita of English and Women’s programs at Pine Manor College, who will discuss her fabulous new biography, Katharine Lee Bates: From Sea to Shining Sea. Bates graduated from Wellesley in 1880, and went on to teach English at Wellesley. She wrote the poem that became America the Beautiful.

Five classmates at Sea Ranch_2015-10-24_245

Our class president Barbara Bywater Creed hosted a mini reunion at The Sea Ranch on the northern California coast. Five classmates enjoyed walks on the bluff over the ocean, tide pool exploration, wildlife sightings and much more! 

Expanded Reunion Video_2016-12-15_304

Remember the interviews as we first arrived at reunion--and the video made from those interviews that was shown Saturday night, with our memories and reflections about Wellesley?

East Meets West_2018-06-14_352

Three classmates from the Boston area (Sue, Susan and Susan) traveled to California for a few days of vacation and on Friday, May 4th, gathered with classmates from the west coast for lunch at One Market Restaurant in San Francisco.

Classmates at the Chicago Wellesley Club

Libbet Dunlop Richter hosted the October 13 meeting of the Chicago Wellesley Club, at which Melinda Ponder presented a slideshow illustrating the importance of both Wellesley and Chicago in the life of Katharine Lee Bates.

Boston mini-reunion on campus_2015-04-17_213

On Sunday afternoon, October 19, 2014, at the conclusion of Alumnae Leadership Council, Jeanne Lindholm Palleiko, Linda Almgren Kime, Susan Forbes Martin, and Gigi Barnhill hosted an afternoon gathering at TZE on the campus

Bay Area mini_2019-09-27_382

Eleven Bay Area classmates gathered at Ellen Varmus Bloch’s house in Berkeley on September 11 for a potluck lunch and conversation. 

Artful mini-reunion in Manhattan_2018-10-30_353

On Thursday, May 24th, a group of classmates gathered at Alice Tepper Marlin's apartment in the Chelsea section of Manhattan and then walked to the nearby Agora Gallery, to attend the opening of a a group show called "Life is But a Dream" which includes paintings by our classmate Margret Carde.