"It's a bird ... it's a plane ... it's Reunion!" A birding trip led by Jeri Langham '65 to the Audubon wildlife preserve near Grinnell was a new addition to this year's schedule. Langham, at right in the hat, uses an iPod with a speaker to call a pair of red-headed woodpeckers.
The classes of '88, '89, and '90 sponsored a longstanding Grinnell tradition, Ultimate Frisbee on Ward Field. Brian Allen throws the Frisbee.
Relaxing on Mac Field on a sun-drenched Reunion Saturday.
The swingset near the Joe Rosenfield '25 Center provided a meeting place for casual conversation. Karen Berman Mahaffie '88 swings while Amy Hamilton Dunn '89 and Brian Dunn '88 look on.
The Reunion Waltz at Harris Center, complete with live orchestra, was a weekend favorite for alumni of all ages.
Reunion Weekend weather was picture-perfect, from the Friday night picnic to the Sunday brunch.
College Organist Linda Bryant proudly shows off Grinnell's newly restored 60-year-old Aeolian-Skinner organ to alumni at Reunion.
The Moss Piglets performed at the "Thursdays in the Park" music series, held in downtown Grinnell. The band features (l to r): Mike Zullo, John Barcay, John Goolsby '90, Ian Gamble '90, and George Payne '92.
Writer and critic Gary Giddins '70, best known for his jazz writings, held the attention of a rapt audience that attended his Alumni Lecture, titled "Decline and Fall."
These ladies heartily enjoyed the racy stories Gary Giddins '70 related in his Alumni Lecture. They are (l to r): Evelyn Faulkner Casper '48, Elizabeth Ryberg Read '48, and Joan Baker '51.
Relaxing and reminiscing -- still as popular as ever! Clockwise from top left are: Becky Ratcliff Jacobson, Bob Taylor, Sheila Scriggins, Lester Roddy, and Janet Melley Cummings (all '63).
Andy Cooper '70 shows off a vintage copy of The Grinnell Magazine from 1970.
Scott Goings '90 helps his daughter Charlotte, age 2-1/2, apply some glitter to the famous "glitter truck," maintained by Tilly Woodward of the Faulconer Gallery.
The Alumni Choir, directed by directed by Professor of Music John Rommereim, fills Herrick Chapel with the song during Saturday's Alumni Assembly.