Sunday, July 2, 2006
3:00pm - 8:00pm
Photos from the Picnic Barbecue
To view pictures from the afternoon, please click here.
Kincaid Park Outdoor Center
9401 West Raspberry Road, Anchorage, AK 99502; (907) 343-6397
Upon Arrival: Each family with children will receive one disposable camera. We want pictures of the picnic from the "view"
of our children. Return the camera at the end of
the day. The pictures will be showcased in the Memory Books and on this web site.
4:00pm: Magic Show with Magician Don Russell.
4:30pm: Group Photos - Alumni and All (aerial taken from roof of chalet down on group).
5:00pm: Relay Races - Children and Adults. Lots of prizes!
6:00pm: Water Balloon Volleyball.
7:00pm: Softball Game.
Entire Day: Food (see menu below) and Horseshoes.
Entire Day: Children Activity Table - bubbles, airplanes, kites.
Entire Day: Children and Adult Activity Table - soccer, footballs, frisbees, hacky sacks.
Entire Day: Children - create a "Reunion Scrapbook Page." Includes Polaroid picture.
Entire Day: Children - general craft table.
2440 Copperwood Drive, Anchorage, AK 99516; (907) 646-4005
Chef - Scott Hoskinson ('88 BHS grad!)
Charbroiled hamburgers, hot dogs, bratwurst, and bbq chicken.
All the fixings including sauerkraut.
Slow cooked maple baked beans.
Red skinned potatoes salad.
Bottle water, mixed soda, ice tea.
Assorted dessert platter to include such things as mixed cookies,
rainbow brownies, carmel apple squares, 7-layer bars, pecan bars, & four styles of miniature cheese cakes.
Includes delivery, setup, clean up, chef, server, their own grills and equipment, all paper goods and utensils. All we have to do is enjoy the good food!
The Gambrinus Company:
Shiner, Moosehead, and Pete's keg beer was donated via classmate Katie Hayes (Fierro)'s company.
"Magic Guy" Don Russell
Magician Don Russell has been entertaining audiences around Alaska, across the US, and even in Europe over the past 10 years.
He is a member of the International Brotherhood of Magicians, the Society of American Magicians, and the International Magicians Society.
He has a variety of different shows that he performs regularly. He constantly keeps the MAGIC fresh, new, and on the cutting edge.
Kincaid Park is situated among 1,400 acres of rolling, forested hills, and beautiful scenery.
We'll have a spectacular view of Mt. Susitna across Cook Inlet, Fire Island to the Southwest,
and both Mt. Denali and Mt. Foraker to the North. Many species of wildlife roam free within
the park. We're right on the inlet, and in the distance you can watch airplanes make their final
approach into the airport -- cool!
I've rented almost the whole place! Includes:
Picnic pavilion - 1,260 sq. ft. outdoor covered picnic shelter.
Inside chalet - West Room, 2,350 sq. ft. (in case it rains).
Inside chalet - Food service area (kitchen and concession area).
On top of chalet - Sundeck.
Sports package - softball field, bases, bats and balls (no gloves), horseshoes and pit area,
volleyball court and ball, soccer balls, and frisbees. Now how cool is that?!
And don't forget the alcohol permit! ;o)
On the extreme western edge of Anchorage.
Off Minnesota Drive, take the Raspberry Road exit and follow it west. Once you enter the park,
follow Raspberry Road to the very, very end. You'll see a big bunker, and
the chalet is just past it. The road literally ends at the chalet.
Wear your reunion t-shirt!
Cell phone coverage is sketchy in the park.
Decorations: 4th of July theme.
Again, I'm in love. The chalet was built in 1986, so that's why I had no clue that it existed.
The park was once the site of a former Nike missile silo -- interesting history.
If I had to build a place to have our picnic, this would have been it! You're going to absolutely
Venue Photos -- Check it out!
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