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Frequently Asked Questions

and also just info that didn’t belong anywhere else.

September 29… outside…

Won’t it be hot?!


Maybe! But what else is new?

Seriously though, yes, Old Town Event Center is an outdoor venue. We looked at several venue possibilities and weighed the pros (all-inclusiveness, location, privacy, cost) and cons (possible heat) against the truths:

  1. We’re self-funding this thing
  2. We’re competing with wedding season
  3. Most people surveyed preferred a private venue to a restaurant or bar
  4. The restaurants we looked into mostly offered outdoor patio space anyway
  5. Old Town Event Center holds events outside all the time and the garden space is not only lovely, especially at sunset, but optimized to keep guests comfortable throughout.

Honestly we could consider ourselves lucky to have found any venue at all, but we’re so truly stoked with everything Old Town offers an event like ours, we’re willing to take the heat!

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Rollin’ with the homies

Can I bring my spouse? My kid? My mom? Yo momma?


Definitely bring your partner, spouse, husband, wife, boyfriend, girlfriend, bestie – a plus-one you consider important in your life is entirely welcome!

As for kiddos… technically the venue has no age restriction, so if you’re a bind… sure. But, everyone needs a ticket, regardless of age or alumni status, to attend, so do buy all guests a ticket.

Beyond that, if someone is pivotal to your high school experience, invite them along, or reach out to the planning committee. We want everyone to feel welcome and included. But do remember this event will be adult-centered, with alcohol and loud music, and very much focused on a great experience for IHS alums.


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I’m a Barbie Girl In a Barbie World

Do I have to dress up?!


There’s no formal dress code, and most alumni surveyed weren’t hot on a specific theme (say, 90s costume or prom). Plus the venue is outdoors and it’s possible it will be a tad warm, and there will be dancing. So wear what you want!

That said, it is an evening event and probably a special one for many so we expect some will dress up, perhaps in cocktail attire. If you decide to go that route, rest assured you won’t be alone.

And you know, the 90s are back, so you can always get your niece, younger cousin, or even your child to take you shopping for some plaid, crushed velvet, and JNCOs. Don’t forget the Docs!

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I wish I was a little bit taller, I wish I was a baller

What if I can’t afford it?


High school was hard enough – we don’t want to make coming back harder. If you feel the cost of a ticket is out of your reach, please be in touch to arrange something. We’d like this event to be inclusive and welcoming and no one will be turned away for lack of funds.

Of course, we’re self-funding this event and are not out for a profit, just hoping to break even. So if you can, please do consider purchasing presales at a discount.