As always – UMF Alumni, parents, children and friends are invited to attend all of the on and off-campus events that are open to the general public.
Fenway South: BBQ & Red Sox Spring Training Game
March 20, 2017
UMF’s Alumni Council is taking you to Fenway…South! Please join your fellow Farmington Floridians and UMF president Kate Foster for fun and baseball at JetBlue Park in Fort Myers, FL.
Greg Gravel ’67, Kate Foster and the Alumni Council have scheduled a private BBQ for the group and a block of seating for the game versus the Baltimore Orioles. You are welcome to arrive at the park as early as 10:30 AM for early access to batting practice, though the BBQ will begin at 11:05 and the game starts at 1PM.
Tickets are $35 and include lunch, the game and a parking pass for your vehicle.
Class of 1967 Reunion at Commencement
Saturday, May 13, 2017
The Class of 1967 is invited to serve as special guests at the 2017 Commencement day, honoring 50 years since their commencement from Farmington State College. The day includes a continental breakfast and coffee, VIP reserved seating at the ceremony, and a luncheon and talk with UMF President Kate Foster. We’ll send out Save the Date and other registration information this winter.
Fenway Under The Lights: The Third Annual UMF Alumni Red Sox Game
Tickets go on sale in March
UMF’s Alumni Council is taking you to Fenway – again! This special alumni pricing includes tickets to the game (Grandstand 2) as well as bus transportation to and from Boston, with stops in Farmington and Portland.
Second Annual UMF Alumni Camp Out
The Alumni Council has reserved a group campsite in Rangeley and are looking forward to a weekend of camping, cooking, hiking, swimming and more. Grab a couple of friends and e-mail Michelle Greenleaf ’14 if you’d like to register: firstname.lastname@example.org
UMF Fall Fest: Friends, Family and Alumni Weekend
September 29 and 30, 2017
Welcome back, milestone years ’67 and ’82! Along with the annual open Alumni Council meeting, fall fest offers athletic events, President Kathryn Foster’s “State of UMF” talk, faculty presentations, off-campus excursions to Clearwater Lake, Sandy River Farm’s Corn Maize and more.