The annual ASADO Day festivities held at Grafton State Park were a hit yet again. This year, the Graftonians edged out the Antonians in a number of events. Click on the video above and watch all the highlights from the fun filled afternoon!
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For the first time in over 125 years Hoosac School held a 1920's themed prom at the Armory (HAYC3) in Hoosick Falls. The night began with an hour of professional photography out front of Tibbits Mansion. As you can see, the student body dressed to impress.
The students then moved on to Memorial Hall where they enjoyed a delicious steak dinner and an hour of mingling with friends and their dates. Once the meal was finished the faculty transported the students to the party. The night was filled with a variety of dance moves. Dannick Breton '17 is pictured below breakdancing!
The venue included a diverse arrangement of hors d'oeuvres and soft drinks, a Photo Booth with props, and plenty of music. A big thank you goes out to Mr. Harniman who organized the entire event! Check out the video below for more photographs!
Please join us this Sunday, May 21st at 3:00pm as Evan Fuller '19 presents a recital program of classical music for the violin, accompanied by his teacher, Joana Genova. The program will include works from the baroque period by Georg Frideric Händel and Johann Sebastian Bach along with 19th-century showpieces by Kriesler and de Bériot.
The performance will take place in Memorial Hall. All are welcome and encouraged to attend!