Annual Events


Every year, Trafalgar hosts numerous events for its community of students, parents, and alumnae. Here are just a few to look forward to:


Traf Hosts a Simpson Street Party, May 23, 2019 – RSVP

This evening of celebration will bring together alumnae, students, parents, staff, family and friends for food trucks and live music under the stars in Traf’s garden. An opportunity for the entire Traf community to come together in support of the school, and celebrate the people who make Traf unique.


Mother and Daughter Barbecue – September 26, 2019

Held immediately following the annual Girls for the Cure Walk, Trafalgar girls join their mothers or other guest of their choice, for an afternoon of activities, food, and laughter. The event is usually held in the school’s urban garden. This year will be a special one as we celebrate the 25th year of the Walk.


Trafalgar-Ross Lecture – October 25, 2019

One of the school’s most celebrated activities linking past and present is the Trafalgar-Ross Lecture. Outstanding Canadians such as Maureen Forrester, Marc Garneau, David Suzuki and Adele Wiseman are invited each year to address the school during the month of October. Learn more about the Lecture and Past Speakers. The 2019 speaker will be announced soon!


Old Girls’ Homecoming and Reunion – October 25, 2019

Alumnae of all generations, and from across the globe come back to Trafalgar in October for Homecoming. The annual celebration coincides with Trafalgar Day, when the school celebrates its anniversary. The weekend normally includes several events, such as the Trafalgar-Ross Lecture, tours of the school, and a Reunion reception. More information to come!


Father and Daughter Breakfast – Date TBA

Each year, Trafalgar students, along with their fathers or other significant role models, are invited to attend a formal breakfast at the school. The breakfast always features a talk given by someone of interest to this diverse audience. Past speakers include Olympic skier Jennifer Heil, Canadiens owner Geoff Molson, and Montreal Gazette cartoonist Terry Mosher (Aislin).