Putnam Indian Field School to Host Party for Alumni on School’s 40th Anniversary

Putnam Indian Field School is celebrating its 40th year in 2018, and to celebrate, the school is throwing a party for former parents and alumni on June 9, from 4:00 – 7:00pm  on the school grounds.

The event has the potential to be a very big bash with so many parents and their grown up children invited.

Refreshments will be provided by the Boxcar Cantina truck serving its New Mexican food and delicious margaritas, and by Aux Delices serving hors d’oeuvres. The ice cream truck, which alumni will fondly remember from all past family picnics, will be on hand. An acoustic trio from The Merlin Band will play.

There will be old photographs to look at and lots of reminiscing and sharing of “Mr. Wierdsma stories.”

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Fred Wierdsma, founder of Putnam Indian Field School, contributed photo

The school hopes many of its former families will choose to join the reunion and reconnect with good friends. Over the 40 years, the school has expanded but many familiar faces will be on hand for the celebration and the warm, welcoming atmosphere has not changed.

RSVP to karen.hopp@pifs.net or by phone 917 – 514 – 1723