Reconnect, rediscover, reunite, and reimagine.

This year, we’re bringing Reunion Weekend to you!

Join us virtually May 20-23 for Reunion 2021. We have an exciting weekend of virtual events planned for classes ending in 0, 1, 5, and 6. 

Watch this space for upcoming events and updates!

For questions or to learn about ways to be part of the planning, please contact Director of Alumnae Relations Marion Paterson P’17, ’19 at or +1-860-408-4257.

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Weekend Highlights

State of the School

A Walk and Talk of Campus with Head of School Meera Viswanathan

Celebrating 50 Years of Black Graduates at Walker’s

With Black Student Union and Latinx American Student Organization Panel and Discussion

Mixology and Trivia Night

Reunion Chapel

Virtual Reunion Run

Wine and Dine Series: Reunion Edition

Alumnae Book Club

Class Zooms with Sister Years

Networking Over Coffee

Reunion Parade

Reunion Awards

  • Sundial Bowl: The Sundial Bowl is awarded each year to the class with the largest percentage of classmates registered for Reunion Weekend.
  • Long Distance Award: The Long Distance Award is presented each year to the attendee who, based on her home address, lives farthest away from Simsbury, CT.
  • The Elizabeth Nash Muench ‘55 Tray: The Elizabeth Nash Muench ’55 Tray is awarded annually to the Reunion Class(es) that has achieved the highest level of participation in the Annual Fund for Walker’s by Reunion Weekend.
  • The Class of 1944 Bowl: Established in 1994, the Class of 1944 Bowl is awarded to the Reunion Class(es) that raises a gift to the Annual Fund for Walker’s between $50,000 and $74,999.
  • The Terese Treman Williams ‘55 Bowl: The Terese Treman Williams ’55 Bowl was established in 2000 in recognition of Terese Treman Williams’ remarkable, generous, and dedicated achievements on behalf of Walker’s. The Bowl is awarded to the Reunion Class that raises a gift to the Annual Fund for Walker’s between $75,000 and $99,999.
  • The Gates Family Bowl: The Gates Family Bowl was established in 2002 by Sarah Gates Colley ’75, Trustee and Chair of the Advancement Committee, in honor of her parents, John and Christine Gates, and her family’s longstanding relationship with The Ethel Walker School. The bowl is awarded to the Reunion Class that raises a gift of $100,000 or more.