Brickie Bowl three days before BrickieFest.
BrickieFest 2011 was billed as The Ultimate Class Reunion, and was a very nostalgic site for many alumni.
Plenty of volunteers helped clean up Brickie Bowl for BrickieFest.
Kathy Allen talks with Tony Wirtz about setting up.
Albanese Candy Factory donated two gift cards for door prizes.
Indian Ridge gave two passes for 18 holes plus a golf cart.
Bright Spot Restaurant donated a gift certificate.
Andi Fressle gives instructions to BrickieFest volunteers.
Raeann Trakas, Dawn Krull and Debra Opolski discuss logistics.
Kathy and Stu Allen talk with Travis, the BrickieFest DJ, while Dawn Krull and Tony Wirtz discuss tent setup.
On Saturday morning, the Class Reunion Tent was set up.
Some classes set up their own tents.
Several craft vendors set up tents.
The food vendors set up along the east side of the field.
What's a festival without elephant ears?
Barb and Marv Rowley and their century of Hobart High School yearbooks.
The old concrete bleachers.
The Registration Tent was where people joined the Alumni Association and bought T-shirts.
It didn't take long for the Class Reunion Tent to fill up.
The cheerleader and craft tents saw a lot of action, too.
Greg and Gloria Nystrom staffed the Digital Art photography tent.
The National Guard ran a climbing wall activity.
Student board member Tori Branley painted a young Brickie's face.
Wolffgang was the first of several groups to entertain at BrickieFest.
Brickie Bowl was like a small city.
Craft vendors on the south side of the field.
Some vendors set up on the west side.
Yohan Petrovich braved the heat to welcome the Brickies.
Alumni from back in the 40s came back to BrickieFest.
Lots of people had their food and drink in the shade of the tent.
The crowd reached its peak around 3:00 pm.
Pentatonic was the next of the HHS choirs to perform.
Two sisters from the high school entertained.
Mystique was the last of the high school choirs.
The Hobart High School Jazz Band, led by Brian Grenier, played in the late afternoon.
People flew over to see what was going on.
Board members Paul Throne and Paul Addison.