On October 6, there is absolutely nothing you can be doing better than coming to the Reunion.

No movie. No play. No TV show.
No fancy dinner . . . even any family gathering— that will be more magical.

Because on October 6, you will have a very real opportunity to travel back and forth in time.

And …

It’s not too late to register for Burbank High’s Class of 1968 50th Reunion!

Here’s the link to the Registration Page.

“But I just don’t have the money to go. I’d love to see my classmates, but money is tight.”

Good News! In addition to the Saturday night banquet, there are THREE free events to put on your calendar! And you can bring your spouses, children and grandchildren, too!

The first will be a tour of Burbank High School on Friday afternoon, October 5, 3:30 pm. If you haven’t been back to Burbank lately, you’ll be surprised at all the changes!

 

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There will be a picnic on Friday night, October 5, 5:00 pm at Johnny Carson Park, 404 Bob Hope Drive, in Burbank. We will meet at the picnic tables by the playground.

Bring picnic food for you and your family and we’ll have a casual, relaxing time to catch up with our classmates and meet their families.

The third event will be on Sunday morning, October 7 from 10:30 am to 1:00 pm, and will be a no host brunch at Bob’s Big Boy, 4211 W Riverside Drive, Burbank. This Bob’s restaurant was built in 1949 by local residents Scott MacDonald and Ward Albert, and is the oldest remaining Bob’s Big Boy in America—home of the Double-Deck Hamburger! (The San Fernando Road location closed years ago.) This is another chance to see your classmates in a smaller setting.


You can click here for a 10% off coupon for a discount on your whole order.

See you all soon! We’re sooooo excited!

Here is a promotional video from the Class of 2022 to get you into the School Spirit!

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