Last Call for Bets!

If much of this blog looks familiar this week, it’s because it was, in part, published four weeks ago when SDA started accepting reservations for our SDA DAY AT THE RACES at Monmouth Park.  At last, our event is here; this coming Sunday, July 23rd, we are hosting our first annual racetrack event.  We are hoping to see alumnae, families, friends of the school and anyone who loves a day at Monmouth Park.

Want more information? Then read (or re-read) onward and when you are finished reading, visit the alumnae tab of our website: and purchase your racetrack tickets today! I’ll meet you there!

The place to be this summer opened in 1870, only 8 years before Saint Dominic Academy opened its doors. Whether you’re a fan of horse racing or not, there is no doubt that a day at Monmouth Park is an experience that every New Jerseyean has to undertake at least once in his or her life. So, if you have not yet come down to the track, make your inaugural visit this summer as part of our SDA Day at the Races.  If you and Monmouth Park are “old buddies”, then please come and celebrate with us this summer. (And, if you are a horse racing expert; find me and help me place my bets please!)

On Sunday, July 23rd, we will host our First Annual SDA Day at the Races at Monmouth Park!  We will celebrate this day with family and friends; children are welcome.  There will be bounce houses, clowns, pony rides, face painting and a playground for the future generation of SDA little girls (and their brothers too of course!)  Food is always available for purchase at the Park, or you can pack a cooler and picnic with friends as the ponies speed by!   Our goal for the day is a simple one; to come together and enjoy each other’s company in this historic and picturesque New Jersey setting.

The SDA Alumnae Association is organizing this event on behalf of the school. The cost is $15.00 and children 18 and under are free.

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