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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

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

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 $9 per person for brunch or $11 per person for dinner.  Cash is accepted at the door.  

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 - 8 PM, Lee Hall Pool

ALANA:  The Collection of Expressions
Live performances.  Spoken word poetry and more.
6 PM, Marano Campus Center Activity Court
Sponsored by:  ALANA Student Leadership Conference and The Point
Free admission and refreshments

Planetarium
7 PM, Shineman Center, Level 2
Call the Box Office at 315-312-3073 after August 31 to receive your complimentary tickets.
Seating is limited.

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.

  

SATURDAY, October 21 Return to Top

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.

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 $9 per person for brunch and $11 per person for dinner.  Cash is accepted at the door.  

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. 

Open Recreation
12 NOON - 12 MIDNIGHT, Lee Hall

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

Planetarium
1 PM, Shineman Center, Level 2
Call the Box Office at 315-312-3073 after August 31 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

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 after August 31 to receive your complimentary tickets.
Seating is limited.

Women's Ice Hockey vs Toronto Midget Aeros (Exhibition)

3 PM, Marano Campus Center Ice Arena
Tickets will be available for purchase on Monday, October 10.  You may buy tickets on-line at tickets.oswego.edu or call the Box Office at 315-312-3073.

Planetarium
3:30 PM, Shineman Center, Level 2
Call the Box Office at 315-312-3073 after August 31 to receive your complimentary tickets.
Seating is limited.

Open Skate
10 PM - 12 MIDNIGHT, Marano Campus Center Ice Arena
Fee:  $1 admission, $2 skate rental
Refreshments provided by Auxiliary ServicesSponsored by Campus Recreation

SUNDAY, October 22 Return to Top

Dining in the Dining Halls
Enjoy all-you-care-to-eat in the dining halls for $9 per person for brunch and $11 per person for dinner.  Cash only is accepted at the door.

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.

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.

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