SPRINGVALE — Whether a student, faculty, staff or related, the Nasson College Alumni Association invites people to join in the celebration of Alumni Day at its Heritage Center, located in the basement of the Andersen Learning Center, 21 Bradeen Street, Springvale on May 2.

Festivities will begin at 10 a.m. A cup of warm coffee and noshes will await participants as they gather in fellowship and catch up on life since their last encounter.

Following a short business meeting, the association and members of Alumna Anna Ashley’s family will dedicate a memorial bench to her memory. This tribute to her and to her outstanding work on behalf of Nasson will take place at the campus’ Flag Plaza. Complementing this tribute to Ashley are hundreds of inscribed bricks memorializing alumni, faculty, staff, and friends of Nasson. Adorned with flowers, stonework, shrubs, and respectful quiet, the Flag Plaza is a gathering place that conjures memories of the past.

The Little Theatre will be the setting where participants will enjoy a luncheon served by Above and Beyond Catering.

Following lunch, Three Divas and A Dude will entertain with music of several genres. (How do you spell “kazoo?”) All talented members of Seaglass Performing Arts, the three divas are Jennifer Heald Clapp, Beverly Heald and Cori Arsenault , while the dude is Bob Daigle. Accompanying them on piano will be Warren King, music director at Christ Church, Kennebunk.

To register for Alumni Day ”“ which is $35 per person ”“ or for more information, email [email protected] or call 467-3468. Interested persons may also register online at nasson.org.