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Upcoming Events

Wannan Gym

Check the signup genius to volunteer, email us at, or just come by if you have a few minutes to help. This is the day we take all the boxes of donated items from the storage containers and set them up on tables in the Wannan Gym. We need lots of strong and energetic helpers to help move boxes, furniture, racks for clothing, and tables to display items.

Off Campus - William H.G. Fitzgerald Tennis Center

Please register here and let us know who is playing and their level of experience. We will organize our matches according to the information you provide. The format for the afternoon will be three rounds of doubles with alternating opponents and partners (unless you specify otherwise). This event is for tennis enthusiasts of all ages, from our youngest students to their grandparents. Email Kathi Webb at with any questions. If the weather is unsettled we will make a go/no decision by noon October 1. There is no rain date for this event.

Zartman Circle

All members of the Sidwell Friends community ages 17 and older who weigh at least 110 pounds and have been free of a cold or any cold-like symptoms for at least three days are invited to donate blood. Please register here, where you will also find additional information on donor eligibility.

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