Schedule

PARKING PASSES ARE NOT REQUIRED DURING FAMILY & FRIENDS WEEKEND.

FRIDAY, October 20

Rice Creek Tours
9 AM - 4:30 PM, Rice Creek Field Station, Thompson Rd.
Come and visit our new facility.

Open Recreation
9 AM - 12 Midnight, Lee Hall Gym 
4:30 PM-10 PM, Lee Hall Pool 

Tyler Art Gallery
10 AM - 4 PM, Tyler Hall, Main Level

Tyler Art Gallery at Oswego State Downtown
10 AM - 5 PM, 186 W. 1st St., Oswego

Lap Swim
11:30 AM - 1:30 PM, Lee Hall Pool

Open Skate
11:30 AM - 1:30 PM, Marano Campus Center Ice Arena
Admission:  Free with valid SUNY Oswego ID & $3 for general public.  Skate rental is $3. 

Open Recreation
3 PM - 8 PM, Swetman Gym, Marano Campus Center

Women's Field Hockey vs. SUNY New Paltz
4 PM, Laker Turf Stadium
Free admission.

Family & Friends Check-in
4 PM - 8 PM, Welcome Center Desk, Marano Campus Center
Pick up your registration materials and unwind after your travels in our hospitality area.

3 Point Contest
4 PM, Lee Hall Gym
Free!  Registration begins at 3:30 pm

Dining in the Dining Halls
Enjoy all-you-care-to-eat in the dining halls for dinner:  $11.50/anyone over 12 yrs. old or $5.75/children 5 - 12 yrs.  Cash is accepted at the door.
4:30 PM- 7 PM Dinner- Cooper, Lakeside, Littlepage and Pathfinder 

Career Services Open House
4 - 6 PM, The Compass, 145 Marano Campus Center
Meet the Career Services staff, learn more about our services, explore our industry-centric career coaching model, tour our resource center, and ask your most pressing career questions.  Learn how to help your student FALL into place and guide them in their own personalized career development journey.

Unguided Tours of Academic Buildings:  Rich, Wilber & Park Halls, and Shineman Center
4 - 8 PM
Feel free to tour the academic buildings, and view the classrooms and labs.

Open Swim
4:30 - 10 PM, Lee Hall Pool

ALANA:  The Collection of Expressions
6:30 PM, Marano Campus Center Activity Court
Students, faculty and staff will present cultural poetry, readings, music and dance from around the world!  The featured artists is Spoken Word poet, rapper, singer, DJ, and music producer, OVEOUS Maximus.  He will assist ALANA Student Leaders & Campus Life/Student Involvement staff present this event. 
Hosting will by Image Step Team & Latino Student Union
Sponsored by:  ALANA, Student Association, Campus Life, Office of International Education & Programs and AAmen.
IST APPROVED
Free admission and refreshments.

Planetarium
7 PM, Shineman Center, Level 2
Call the Box Office at 315-312-3073 to receive your complimentary tickets.
Seating is limited.

Splash-In Movie:  "Moana" - Rated PG
7 PM, Lee Hall Pool
Bring your bathing suit and enjoy watching a movie while you swim.
Free admission.

Theatre Department Presents:  "Clybourne Park"
The play explores in two outrageous acts set fifty years apart.  Act One takes place in 1959, as white community leaders anxiously try to stop the sale of a home to a black family.  Act Two is set in the same house in the present day, as the now predominantly African-American neighborhood battles to hold its ground in the face of gentrification.  "Clybourne Park" is presented by special arrangement with Dramatists Play Service, Inc., New York.  Winner of the 2011 Pulitzer Prize and the 2012 Tony Award for Best Play.
7:30 PM, Waterman Theatre, Tyler Hall
$15 general public, $7 Oswego State student
tickets.oswego.edu or call the Tyler Box Office at 315-312-2141.

Men's Club Ice Hockey Game
7:30 PM, Marano Campus Center Ice Arena
Come out and support a student affiliated club team.
Free admission.

  

SATURDAY, October 21 Return to Top

Men's Club Ice Hockey Game
8 AM, Marano Campus Center Ice Arena
Come out and support a student affiliated club team.
Free admission.

Family & Friends Check-in
9 AM - 3 PM, Welcome Center Desk, Marano Campus Center
Pick up your registration materials and unwind after your travels in our hospitality area.

Rice Creek Tours
9 AM - 3 PM, Rice Creek Field Station, Thompson Rd.
Come and visit our new facility.

Van Shuttles to Rice Creek Field Station
9:30 - 11 AM:  Shuttles depart every 15 minutes.  Report to Marano Campus Center Welcome Desk
Pick-up Location:  Marano Campus Center Circle
Please e-mail kelly.perkins@oswego.edu to confirm.

Unguided Tours of the Academic Buildings:  Rich, Wilber & Park Halls, and Shineman Center
9 AM - 3 PM
Feel free to tour the academic buildings, and view the classrooms and labs. 

Dining in the Dining Halls
Enjoy all-you-care-to-eat in the dining halls for brunch:  $9.50/anyone over 12 yrs. old or $3.40/children 5 - 12 yrs.  Cash is accepted at the door.  
Brunch:  Cooper: 9 AM- 2 PM; Lakeside: 9 AM- 1:30 PM; Littlepage: 10 AM- 1:30 PM; Pathfinder: 10 AM- 2 PM 

Tyler Art Gallery
10:30 AM - 4 PM, Tyler Hall, Main Level

Tyler Art Gallery at Oswego State Downtown
11 AM - 5 PM, 186 W. 1st St., Oswego

Rice Creek Ramble
11 AM, Rice Creek Field Station
Join us for this free naturalist-led fall walk at Rice Creek.  We will start at main building at 11 o'clock.  Come dressed for the weather.  Since program size is limited, we are not able to accommodate groups.  An adult needs to accompany children.  If you need additional information please contact Rice Creek Field Station at 315-312-6677.

Music Department Concert
12 NOON, Location:  Hewitt Ballroom, Hewitt Union
Listen to the College Choir, Chamber Singers, State Singers, College Orchestra and Concert Band.  Free admission.

Open Recreation
12 NOON - 12 MIDNIGHT, Lee Hall

Open Swim
12 NOON - 2 PM & 4:30 - 10 PM, Lee Hall Pool

Women's Field Hockey vs. SUNY Oneonta
1 PM, Laker Turf Stadium
Free admission.

Swimming and Diving vs. SUNY Oneonta
1 PM, Laker Hall Pool
Free admission.

Planetarium
1 PM, Shineman Center, Level 2
Call the Box Office at 315-312-3073 to receive your complimentary tickets.
Seating is limited.

Mini Carnival
1 - 3 PM,  Marano Campus Center, Swetman Gym
This free event is for students and their younger siblings.  Enjoy games, face painting, coloring, bounce house, balloon animals and snacks.  Sponsored by Campus Life & Campus Recreation

Wacky Chad, Stunt Comedian
1:30 & 3 PM, Marano Campus Center, Auditorium
Wacky Chad's award-winning pogo stick skills, charmingly funny jokes and antics got him on America's Got Talent (Twice!), and a performance at the Superbowl. For more than a decade, he has entertained thousands of crowds, from schools, fairs, festivals, theaters, colleges and universities all over the world. Prepare to be amazed.  wackychad.com
Free admission.  Sponsored by Student Association and Campus Life.

Theatre Department Presents:  "Clybourne Park"
The play explores in two outrageous acts set fifty years apart.  Act One takes place in 1959, as white community leaders anxiously try to stop the sale of a home to a black family.  Act Two is set in the same house in the present day, as the now predominantly African-American neighborhood battles to hold its ground in the face of gentrification.  "Clybourne Park" is presented by special arrangement with Dramatists Play Service, Inc., New York.  Winner of the 2011 Pulitzer Prize and the 2012 Tony Award for Best Play.
2 PM, Waterman Theatre, Tyler Hall
$15 general public, $7 Oswego State student
tickets.oswego.edu or call the Tyler Box Office at 315-312-2141.

Planetarium
2 PM, Shineman Center, Level 2
Call the Box Office at 315-312-3073 to receive your complimentary tickets.
Seating is limited.

Family Portrait
2:30 - 3:30 pm, Marano Campus Center, Room 151 (In front of the Division of Extended Learning office.)
Take a lively, fun family portrait.  This will be the perfect memento. No charge.
Photos by cperkinsphotography.com

Vocal Effect, SUNY Oswego Student Organization
3 PM, Lanigan 101
Free admission

Women's Ice Hockey vs Toronto Midget Aeros (Exhibition)
3 PM, Marano Campus Center Ice Arena
Free Admission 

Legacy Student and Parent Reception - By Invitation Only
3 - 4:30 PM, King Alumni Hall
Legacy students (all students who have a parent who is a SUNY Oswego alum) and their families are invited to an hor d'oeuvres reception in King Alumni Hall.  Come meet and mingle with fellow alumni and other legacy students, learn about opportunities and scholarships available for our legacy students and view old Oswego photos, yearbooks and memorabilia while visiting your alumni house. Reservations are required for this event by Monday, Oct. 16.  For more information, e-mail alumni@oswego.edu or call 315-312-2258.  If you are a legacy student or parent who is an alum and you would like to verify that you will receive an invitation to this event, please contact michelle.spinner@oswego.edu

Planetarium
3:30 PM, Shineman Center, Level 2
Call the Box Office at 315-312-3073 to receive your complimentary tickets.
Seating is limited.

Men's Soccer vs SUNY Cortland
4 PM, Laker Turf Stadium
Free admission.

DINNER IS SOLD OUT - Buffet Dinner with Family & Friends
5 PM, Sheldon Hall Ballroom
Menu:  London Broil with mushroom sherry sauce, turkey breast with pan gravy, garlic mashed potatoes, three cheese ziti, chef's vegetables, rolls & butter, chocolate cake, water services, regular and decaffeinated coffee and assorted teas.  $25.00/adult, $25.00/Oswego State student and $12.75/child (ages 3-11).  Children under the age of 3 eat for free. 
THIS MEAL IS PRE-REGISTERED.  The meal is NOT covered by the student's meal plan.  NO REFUNDS after Fri., Oct. 13, 2017. Due to limited space in Sheldon Hall Ballroom the Department of Campus Life will be arranging a seating chart four days prior to the event.
Meal is sponsored by Auxiliary Services.

Dining in the Dining Halls
Enjoy all-you-care-to-eat in the dining halls for dinner:  $11.50/anyone over 12 yrs. old or $5.75/children 5 - 12 yrs. old.  Cash is accepted at the door.  
4:30 PM- 7 PM- Dinner: Cooper, Pathfinder, Littlepage, Lakeside 

Men's Ice Hockey vs Central Canada Hockey League All Stars (Exhibition)
7 PM, Marano Campus Center Ice Arena
Tickets will be available for purchase on Monday, October 9.  You may buy tickets on-line at tickets.oswego.edu or call the Box Office at 315-312-3073.

Movie:  "Spider-Man:  Homecoming"  Rated:  PG-13
7 PM, Marano Campus Center, Auditorium
Free admission and popcorn.

ALAKAZAM is "The Human Knot."
8 PM, Hewitt Union Ballroom
ALAKAZAM is an international street, Circus and Corporate entertainer.  He presents a high-energy comedy show that will have you reeling with laughter and twisting in your seat.  Audiences the world over have been left breathless by Al's incredibly freaky body contortions, cheeky comedy and ridiculous, sky-high feats of danger.  Show is rated PG-13.  Free admission
thehumanknot.com

Shaun Cassidy Fan Club, SUNY Oswego Student Organization
Improv Comedy
8 PM, Park Hall 315
Free admission

Open Skate
10 PM - 12 MIDNIGHT, Marano Campus Center Ice Arena
Fee:  $1 admission, $3 skate rental
Refreshments provided by Auxiliary Services.  Sponsored by Campus Recreation

SUNDAY, October 22 Return to Top


Unguided Tours of the Academic Buildings:  Rich, Wilber & Park Halls, and Shineman Center
9 AM - 3 PM
Feel free to tour the academic buildings, and view the classrooms and labs.

Dining in the Dining Halls
Enjoy all-you-care-to-eat in the dining halls for brunch:  $9.50/anyone over 12 yrs. old or $3.40/children 5 - 12 yrs. old.  Cash is accepted at the door.  
Brunch:  Cooper: 9 AM- 2 PM; Lakeside: 9 AM- 1:30 PM; Littlepage: 10 AM- 1:30 PM; Pathfinder: 10 AM- 2 PM 

Tyler Art Gallery
11:30 AM - 4 PM, Tyler Hall, Main Level

Planetarium
1 PM, Shineman Center, Level 2
Call the Box Office at 315-312-3073 to receive your complimentary tickets.
Seating is limited.

Beats and Brass!: An Afternoon of Percussion and Trumpet Music
3 PM, Sheldon Hall Ballroom
SUNY Oswego Department of Music faculty members, Terry Caviness, trumpet, Tom McGrath, percussion and Eric Schmitz, percussion, perform an array of contemporary works by Cirone, Glentworth, Koshinski and others.  The unique setting of the Sheldon Ballroom will showcase the collaboration of diverse percussion and trumpet music. 
SUNY Oswego students: $5 and General Public: $8.  Tickets will be available at the door 30 minutes before the concert.

Special thanks to Student Association and Auxiliary Services.  Without their involvement and active support, this weekend could not have happened.