Enjoy an outing at the Minnesota Landscape Arboretum! Our day will start with a presentation on Minnesota's native wildflowers by alumna and photographer Kelly Povo '09 and author Phyllis Root. Following the wildflower presentation, Katies will enjoy lunch in a private room with a special presentation about the Bees Project at St. Kate's by Chris Palahniuk, Biology lab manager and St. Kate's resident "beeologist." Chris will share reflections on two years of intersections between bees, biology, community, ecological awareness and tasty 55105 St. Kate's honey! Also offered: a wildflower walk with Kelly Povo '09, a visit to the beehives with Chris Palahnuik, and the Origami in the Garden exhibit.
Let out your inner wildcat at the zoo and enjoy the day with family and friends.
Remember your St. Kate's days and celebrate with Katie friends at our annual Reunion! In summer 2018, we celebrate Katies who graduated in years ending in 3 or 8:
1943 • 1948 • 1953 • 1958 • 1963 • 1968 • 1973 • 1978 • 1983 • 1988 • 1993 • 1998 • 2003 • 2008
Special reunion celebration for WEC graduates of all class years.
Special reunion celebration for Dolphins of all class years - including a pool show.
Be there when the Saints go marching in!
Enjoy a day in Winona featuring a tour of the Minnesota Marine Art Museum, lunch, and a performance of All's Well that Ends Well at the Great River Shakespeare Festival.
St. Kate's students interview alumnae/i as part of the introductory core curriculum course entitled The Reflective Woman, taken by all first-year students and transfer students.
Katies make a difference! Spend part of a day volunteering with other alumnae/i, faculty/staff and students from St. Kate's at a number of nonprofits across the Twin Cities and in alumnae/i chapters across the country.