Friday June 24, 2005   Pub night

LOCATION: Hollywood on the Queensway
   1284 The Queensway
ENTERTAINMENT: Opening band is Tone Deaf (featuring Alderwood’s own Warren                                       Norwood (1978)) followed by some other Alderwood’s grads called                                             Fools Paradise

8 pm until closing.


Saturday June 25, 2005   Alderwood  Collegiate school tour

LOCATION: on Valermo (we all know where it is)
TIME: 10am - 4pm.


Saturday June 25, 2005     Dinner & Dance

LOCATION: Hollywood on the Queensway
   1284 The Queensway
TIME: 8 pm until closing.

TICKETS: $20.00 a person

IDISC JOCKEY: Music from the 60's,70's and 80's by 1050 CHUM

Ticket Sales for Saturday night Dinner/Dance

There's still lots of room - but tickets are sold on a first-come-first-served basis. $20.00 each includes a buffet supper. There will be a cash bar. Door ticket sales and pick ups discouraged. Previously paid tickets will be held in alphabetical order at the door for pick up for those who did not include a return envelope.

Verbal bookings will not be accepted. To avoid disappointment and confirm your ticket(s), please send a stamped self-addressed envelope with your payment of $20 per ticket and it/they will be mailed directly to you. Please include your email address in case we need to contact you.

Make cheques payable to "ACI REUNION 2005"

Mail with self addressed, stamped envelope to:

c/o 2929 A Lake Shore Blvd. W.
Etobicoke Ontario
M8V 1J3

See you in June!


Sunday June 26, 2005   Brunch

LOCATION: Timothy’s Pub
   344 Brown’s Line
TIME: 10 am until 4 pm.


A wonderful reunion took place on November 9, 2002 at the Fox & Fiddle ( in the area of some old stomping grounds not too far from Alderwood). Both floors of the place were packed with faces from most of the years (1959 - 1983). The band playing had most of their members from Alderwood so they kept the place a rockin’.  It was nice to see people getting together and seeing their peers from yester year.

It’s hard to believe that the years flew by so fast.   That period only lasted 4 to 5 years for us, but it keeps us talking about it for the rest of our lives.  Many agreed that curiosity about how everybody’s’ lives turned out keeps us coming to these.

Thanks go out to Gayle Thomas for putting on a great party and we look forward to the next one. Maybe we can get more of the staff to come out.  I spoke with Mr. Pickering (the lone staff member at this one) and he was delighted in attending