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To register for reunion athletic activities shown on this sheet, the accompanying registration form and fee where required must be postdated no later than May 16.  Late registration and walk-ins will be accepted if space is available.  There will be no refunds after May 31, 2005.  You must check in at the tent in front of the Blunt Alumni Center 15 minutes prior to your scheduled event.  Information regarding bus transportation to locations outside Hanover will be posted in the tent.
The annual athletic breakfast takes place on Tuesday, June 14 at 8 a.m. in Thayer Hall. Join Athletic and Recreation Director JoAnn Harper ’47A, coaches and alumni for a lively discussion about Dartmouth athletics.
Dartmouth Riding Center at “The Morton Farm” on Laramie Road in picturesque Etna, NH is offering small group trail rides during Dartmouth Reunions!  Come enjoy the beautiful trails of Dartmouth’s equestrian center.  Horseback riding is available to alumni and their guests at the Dartmouth Riding Center.  Please contact Dartmouth Riding Center directly for times and availability.  Contact or (603) 646-3508; email correspondence is preferred.
Participants must be over 9 years of age.
• Riders are expected to be of intermediate ability are invited to take part in a guided trail ride.
• There is a maximum of 5 people per session and space is limited so make your reservations early.
• Riders must wear ASMT-SEI approved riding helmets, which are available at the farm.
• Riders must wear long pants and shoes with a heel are required.
Join your classmates and friends for a run around Occom Pond and Storrs Pond on Sunday, June 19 at 8:00 a.m. (sharp).  Both the two-mile and 10K runs start by the Information Booth on The Green.  Refreshments and an official t-shirt which can be ordered on the enclosed form will be available.
• What to Bring:  Snacks & Water
The climbing gym is a great place to try out the popular sport of climbing.  There are over 20 climbs from easy to very difficult.  The Dartmouth Mountaineering Club will be on hand to instruct and demonstrate.  Meet at the registration tent in front of Blunt Alumni Center and walk to the gym escorted by a Reunion Student Worker.  Participants can return on their own.  Participants must be over 18 years of age.
• What to Wear: loose fitting clothing.
• What to Bring: a thin pair of socks to wear with climbing shoes (which will be supplied).
• There is a maximum of 16 participants and a minimum of 10   participants.  The minimum number of participants is required; either the event may be cancelled or the price increased.
There are two different suppliers that rent adult size mountain bicycles and helmets.  To rent a bicycle, please contact the suppliers directly.  A limited number of bikes are available.  The supplier you select, will provide all the necessary information including where to pick-up your bike.  You will pay the supplier directly.
Dartmouth Outdoor Programs: 603-646-2428, speak to Brian Kunz.  Price $? per 24 hours
Omer & Bob’s: 603-643-3525, speak to Richard Wallace.  Price $? half day or $20 per 24 hours
The Whitewater Rafting Program is designed to give you the opportunity to have fun with a challenging outdoor experience.  The rafts are incredibly stable, yet responsive to coordinated teamwork; working well with four to five other team members is an integral part of a successful whitewater experience. The rafting experience uses standard self-bailing rafts on the warm, clean waters of the upper Connecticut River at Hartland Rapids.  The Wilder Dam controls water releases that produce class 1, 2 and 3 rapids during the summer.  Hartland offers a number of practice areas and a relatively short run that can be repeated during the session.  Participants must be over 10 years of age.
• What to Wear:  Please wear a short or long-sleeve shirt, long pants, and old sneakers.  You will get wet, so don’t wear your best clothes or running shoes for rafting. Participants must wear footwear which will be secured (no flip-flops) to your feet. No barefeet allowed.  Note:  The river can be cool and buggie.
• What to Bring:  Windbreaker/Sweatshirt, Towel & a change of clothes for after rafting, (changing facilities are primitive), Sunglasses (optional; all eyewear should have a strap), bug repellent, snacks & water, and a day pack to carry all of this.  You will want your hands free.
• Everyone will be required to wear a life vest and a helmet.  No exceptions.  Vests & helmets will be provided. Youngsters under adult size small must bring their own lifejacket and helmet in order to participate.  You might want a baseball cap under the helmet to use the visor as a sun shield.
• Bee & Wasp Allergies:  Please alert the instructors if you or anyone in your group are allergic to bees & wasps.  If immediate medication is necessary, BRING IT WITH YOU.  The instructors will carry a basic first aid kit but will not have this in it.
• Alert guides to any physical limitations, injuries or problems you may have before starting the activities.  Paddling can be strenuous on the shoulders so if you have shoulder problems, please let the guides know.
• Ledyard Canoe Club students, ACA certified instructors, will oversee the program.
• There is a maximum of 30 participants and a minimum of 12 participants.  The minimum of participants is required; the event can either be cancelled or the price increased.
Explore the habits and habitats of our indigenous woodland animals.  Through careful observation of obvious and subtle field signs, we will investigate how various species (emphasis on our larger northern mammals) interact with the landscape.  This outing will be about physical sensing, awareness of forest inhabitants, recognizing dynamics and disturbances, and becoming one and the same with nature.  Recognizing and reading remote environs allow you to become part of the forest community.  In so doing, you will come to know the forest just as you know your home and yourself.
Instructor:  Alcott Smith, D.V.M. has been a practicing veterinarian for thirty-five years.  From childhood curiosity, he has maintained a lifelong commitment and unwavering allegiance to the indigenous fauna of Northern New England.  Beyond his active role in the perpetuity of endangered species, he revels in sharing his passion with others and excels in his ability to bring to life the relationship between our wild fauna and its habitat.
Canoes/Kayaks are available from the Ledyard Canoe Club to rent on a hourly basis.  Reservations are requested.
• Call at 603-643-6709 or Contact by email at Ledyard.Canoe.Club@Dartmouth.EDU
Prices have not been set as of 1/14/2005


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