FAMILYWEEKEND2017

Below is a detailed schedule for this year’s Family Weekend. We have put together some exciting events for you to participate in while you’re on campus for the weekend.

Saturday, October 21

10 a.m.–5 p.m. Ehinger Center Desk
Registration & Info Desk

10 a.m.–12 p.m. Ehinger Center
Class Ring Order

10 a.m.–3 p.m. Hartley Dodge Memorial Building, Downtown Madison
Madison’s Lost Rodin – open gallery hours
Check out the news story featuring the amazing work of a Drew graduate, Mallory Mortillaro, who discovered a “lost” piece of Rodin’s artwork.

10 a.m.–4 p.m. Korn Gallery, Dorothy Young Center for the Arts
Exhibit name: Re-Drawn
Artist: Cynthia Lin
Curator: Claire Sherman

12–2 p.m. Crawford Hall, inside the Ehinger Center
An Afternoon of Student Performances with President Baenninger.
Enjoy a concert by some of Drew’s most talented singing groups followed by a reception in the 1867 Lounge.

1 p.m. Ranger Stadium
Field Hockey: Rangers vs. Catholic

2 p.m. Kean Theatre, Dorothy Young Center for the Arts
Drew University Department of Theatre and Dance presents “Heathers the Musical” by Tony Award nominee Kevin Murphy, C’89 Directed by Emily Dzioba, C’18
For tickets please email Keanboxoffice@drew.edu

2 p.m. The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey presents “Shakespeare in Love”
For tickets Call: 973-408-5600

7:30 p.m. Kean Theatre, Dorothy Young Center for the Arts
Drew University Department of Theatre and Dance presents “Heathers the Musical” by Tony Award nominee Kevin Murphy, C’89 Directed by Emily Dzioba, C’18
For tickets please email Keanboxoffice@drew.edu

8 p.m. The Forum Lecture Series presents “Samantha Bee”
Visit the Drew Forum website for more information.
Click HERE to purchase tickets

8 p.m. The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey presents “Shakespeare in Love”
For tickets Call: 973-408-5600

9 p.m. Observatory, Hall of Sciences
Open Observatory Hours, weather permitting

Sunday, October 22

8:30–10:30 a.m. The Commons
Continental Breakfast

10:30 a.m.–2 p.m. The Commons
FREE Family Jazz Brunch
Photo booth with an appearance by Ranger Bear
*Please join us for the dedication of the Joseph B. Baker C’69 Lounge in the University Commons during brunch at 11:30 a.m.

10 a.m.–3 p.m. Hartley Dodge Memorial Building, Downtown Madison
Madison’s Lost Rodin – open gallery hours
Check out the news story featuring the amazing work of a Drew graduate, Mallory Mortillaro, who discovered a “lost” piece of Rodin’s artwork.

10 a.m.–4 p.m. Korn Gallery, Dorothy Young Center for the Arts
Exhibit name: Re-Drawn
Artist: Cynthia Lin
Curator: Claire Sherman

11 a.m.–3 p.m. Grit and Wit
A FREE family friendly campus-wide obstacle course that requires brain and brawn to complete.
Register a team HERE

2 p.m. The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey presents
Shakespeare in Love
For tickets call 974-408-5600

Please note this schedule is subject to change.

Remember to register to attend this year’s Family Weekend.