Over 300 alumni and members of our community met in 15 cities and regions, representing more than 10 countries, during October to celebrate Worldwide Woodstock Day. Many of you met over Indian meals, dressed in traditional attire, making sure that our diversity and the cultures that bind us together is celebrated to mark this important occasion. We have enjoyed receiving many updates and loved going through the pictures of your event! There are many others who might have connected over the month as well for the celebration of WWD. We encourage you to reach out to us and share about your gatherings.
Enjoy these pictures that you all have shared from different parts of the world!
Gatherings featured in pictures: Bhutan, Scotland, Bangkok, Pune, Kolkata, Colorado, Edmonton, Dallas, Tennessee, Washington State, Maddison
Whether its physical or virtual, we encourage you to organise a gathering in your area. You can organize a small or large gathering (with our help) or you can simply be creative and think of some small symbolic way you can remember Woodstock school during the week leading up to Worldwide Woodstock Day
If you cannot organise or be a part of a gathering, why not call a classmate or send a postcard from your hometown to the alumni office!
Write or phone a former teacher who had an impact on your life!
Post memories of Woodstock school on its Facebook page or watch a Bollywood movie!
Or better still, join us for a virtual chat on Worldwide Woodstock Day!
To find out more about any of these events, send us an email on email@example.com
For Alumni in USA, please do reach out to your regional reps to find out about any planned gatherings for WWD. Click here for Regional Reps (US)
The most important part is to let the alumni office know by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org what you plan to do and where you plan to do it so that we can help by putting you in touch with alumni in your area or sending out your event information along with anything else you may require.
Here is a Toolkit for you to organize and help you celebrate WWD!
How to start the planning?
If you cannot organise or be a part of a gathering, why not call a classmate or send a postcard from your hometown to the alumni office – and send us a selfie from the post office as you send off your note!
What activities can I do at my gathering?
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How do I decorate the venue?