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Reunion 2019

Does your class year end with a 9 or 4? If so, we hope to see you back on campus April 26-28, 2019!
Whether it is your 5th or your 50th, this Dana Hall Reunion promises to be a time for creating and sharing memories. There are a variety of weekend activities that will inspire you to reconnect with classmates and friends, share experiences and learn from one another.



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  • Friday, April 26: Schedule


    • Conversation with Head of School Katherine Bradley
    • Alumnae Art Show Wine and Cheese Reception
    • All-Alumnae Reunion Dinner—Alumnae and Guests Welcome

  • Saturday, April 27: Schedule


    She Sails
      • Keynote Speaker
      • Elective Panel Session featuring topics such as Entrepreneurship, Culinary Arts, Entertainment Business, Medical Careers, Writing, and Many More
      • Lunch will include Class Songs and Reunion Awards
      • Networking Opportunities
      • Hosted Gathering for Women of Color
      • Hosted Gathering for LGBTQA
    Individual Class Reunion Dinners (Various Locations Off Campus)
  • Sunday, April 28: Schedule


    • Alumnae Memorial Service
    • Brunch at the Dining Hall
  • Hotel Accommodations

    Reunion in April means that you will be housed off-campus in reserved rooms at the Natick Marriott Courtyard. The School has reserved a block of rooms for the nights of April 26 and 27. Please call the hotel at (508) 655-6100 to reserve your room under the Dana Hall room block. We will provide shuttles that will run back and forth between the hotel and campus during your stay.

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2018 Reunion Photos


More Information:

Heather Yetman '06
Director of Alumnae Relations
(781) 489-1369

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  • Saliba Courtyard

    Favorite Place
  • Senior-Sophomore

    Favorite Tradition
  • South Africa Trip

    Favorite Memory

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  • Vietta

    "Dana offers many great opportunities including a trip to South Africa every other year. I never in my wildest dreams thought I’d be visiting South Africa, let alone with some of my closest friends. The trip enabled us to interact with real South Africans as they experienced their real lives, an opportunity I could never have had as a tourist."
    -Vietta '19