As the calendar turns to August, we are all preparing for the excitement of fall! In the Alumni Office a few favorite events are being planned, and we wanted to share the dates so you won’t miss out.
Tabor at Tia’s returns to Boston on September 19. This event is always well received by our young alumni, but you don’t have to be young to join in! It is a great time for newcomers to the city to come out and see who is in town. The beautiful, central setting on the Boston waterfront is perfect for Seawolf Nation! Additionally, being so close to Tabor, we are fortunate to have many faculty come up for the evening to join in the fun with us. It is always great to see the reconnections!
On October 5, we will welcome alumni, parents and friends to Tabor for Tabor Day. This is a day of sports and activities, designed as a fall Homecoming event. There will be alumni/ae games, volunteer meetings, lots of home games versus Thayer Academy, food trucks and an evening reception. Keep watch for more details as the schedule develops. We encourage people to come for any part of the day as they are able. It is family friendly, so come enjoy a beautiful fall Saturday at your School by the Sea. (If that date is not good for you, another good day of home games will be October 19. Most teams play home versus St. George’s, football plays Lawrence Academy.)
For those who enjoy a good read, we invite you to join our Community Read of Into the Raging Sea by Rachel Slade. The author will be on campus on October 17 to do a reading and book signing and we hope you will come. If you can’t, join us for the livestream instead.
Our Fall Admissions Open House will be on November 3 starting at 12:30 PM. Alumni, parents and friends with school-age students or who are just curious about our school should come out and join us for this casual but informative day. We look forward to welcoming you.
Come to one, come to all. We can’t wait to see you this fall!
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Join us for this free lecture in the Stroud Academic Center's Lyndon South Auditorium at 242 Front Street, Marion.
Please join the Tabor Academy choristers for a traditional holiday concert of Christmas music on December 15 at 7:30 PM in Wickenden Chapel, 86 Spring Street, Marion, MA. The event is free and open to the public. The concert will be live-streamed on the Tabor Academy Facebook page.