Netsuke: The Evolution of an Object Samek Art Museum, 3rd flr, Elaine Langone Center Netsuke were developed as toggles in the seventeenth century to hold lacquer boxes in the sashes of kimonos. Evolved from simple tools, Netsuke developed into intricate works indicative of fashion, class and culture. These objects and their continuously evolving function call into question the separation of Art, Craft, and Fashion.
Warhol: Again for the First Time Samek Art Museum Downtown Gallery, 416 Market Street Celebrating a gift of seven new prints from the Warhol Foundation, this exhibition presents a fresh look at polaroid and silver-gelatin photographs and prints from our permanet collection. Barnes & Noble at Bucknell University Bookstore Following a careful, yearlong restoration, the Barnes & Noble at Bucknell University Bookstore -- featuring 29,500 square feet of books and other merchandise displayed among artifacts from the building's past -- opened for business in the summer of 2010 in downtown Lewisburg. The bookstore occupies the former C. Dreisbach's Sons Hardware Store on the northwest corner of Fourth and Market streets and Barnes & Noble at Bucknell University Bookstore includes a large inventory of books, magazines and sportswear, as well as a Starbucks cafe. The historic portions of the three-story building were preserved and highlighted by design, including an antique freight elevator and much of the original brickwork and woodwork. Modern touches include a massive skylight, Wi-Fi connectivity and artwork throughout showcasing Bucknell's history and iconic images. Shuttles will run all weekend, to and from the new bookstore.
1 - 3 pm Alumni Career Services is offering appointment times during Reunion! Meet with Julee Bertsch, the Program Director of Alumni Career Services, to discuss your career needs. Call 570-577-1238 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for an appointment. Career Development Center, Botany Building
3:00 – 3:45 pm Alumni University Class: Tour the Samek Art Museum Downtown Art Gallery Greg Stuart, Public Programs and Outreach Manager at the Samek Art Museum The Downtown Art Gallery located in the historic DeWitt Building sits within the heart of Lewisburg. A new addition to the Bucknell community, this gallery aims to serve as a learning lab for curatorial experimentation and a public programming partnership within other arts organizations in Lewisburg. Warhol: Again for the First Time will be the show at this time. We will celebrate a gift of seven new prints from the Warhol Foundation, this exhibition presents a fresh look at Polaroid and Silver gelatin photographs and prints from our permanent collection. Samek Art Museum-Downtown Art Gallery, 416 Market Street 4 – 5 pm Alumni University Class: Campus Movie Theatre Tour The theatre, designed by noted Philadelphia architect David Supowitz, opened in 1941 as part of the Steifel Family chain of theatres. It has continuously operated as a single screen movie theatre and remains one of only a handful of surviving art deco cinemas in the world. Facilities include 35mm projection as well as state-of-the-art 2K digital projection with Dolby surround sound. Today the theatre is operated by an independent non-profit organization that partners with Bucknell to coordinate classroom screenings, film series, community events, and film festivals. 413 Market Street 5 - 6 pm Alumni U Reception Light appetizers and beverages will be served. Downtown Art Gallery, 416 Market Street 5 - 7 pm All-Class Dinner Bostwick Dining Hall, ELC, 1st Floor
7 - 8 pm Bucknell Traditions - Then and Now Meet with our Reunion Student Ambassadors, Pat Flannery '80 and Mary Ann (Sigler) Stanton ‘89 to discuss the Bucknell traditions that meant the most to you. Feel free to bring your mementos to share. ’Ray Bucknell!| Walls Lounge, Elaine Langone Center, 2nd Floor Back to Top
7:30 - 10:00 am All-Class Breakfast Bostwick Dining Hall, ELC, 1st Floor
8:30 am Canoe Trips on the Susquehanna River Join Allan ’74 and Betsy Quant ’74 in their 26' Voyageur canoes to enjoy the West Branch of the Susquehanna River from Milton State Park Island, past Lewisburg, to the Chillisquaque Creek boat ramp. No experience needed, but be prepared to get feet and legs wet and muddy. $10 per person. Pre-Registration Required. Space is limited. (Other available times: 11 am, 1:30 pm & 4 p.m.) Van leaves from the front of ELC uphill entrance.
9:30 am Admissions Preview Session Please register by calling the Admissions Office at 570-577-3000. Open to All. Freas Hall
10:00 am Admissions Tours of Campus Open to all, no registration required. Freas Hall
11 am Canoe Trips on the Susquehanna River Join Allan ’74 and Betsy Quant ’74 in their 26' Voyageur canoes to enjoy the West Branch of the Susquehanna River from Milton State Park Island, past Lewisburg, to the Chillisquaque Creek boat ramp. No experience needed, but be prepared to get feet and legs wet and muddy. $10 per person. Pre-Registration Required. Space is limited. (Other available times: 8:30 a.m., 1:30 p.m. & 4 p.m.) Van leaves from the front of ELC uphill entrance.
11 am – Noon Alumni University Class: Special Collections/University Archives Join Isabella O'Neill to learn what the Bertrand Library's Special Collections/University has to offer the campus and alumni. Spend an hour in Special Collections/University Archives to learn about its services, collections, and how it supports the university's academic mission. An exhibit of treasures from the collection will be on view in the Reading Room. Space is limited. Bertrand Library, Archives Reading Room 11:30 am - 4:30 pm Begin the Journey! A fun-filled afternoon for Bucknell legacies who are in 8th or 9th grade. Students participate in a variety of activities throughout the day, interacting with current students, faculty, admissions and alumni relations staff members. While the students are participating in the events of the day, parents are strongly encouraged to attend the Legacy Parent presentation given by a member of the admissions staff. Students and parents will reunite in time for dinner. Pre-registration is required www.bucknell.edu/Legacy. For more information on Legacy Programs, please contact Patti Struble Flannery ’86 at email@example.com or 570.577.3633 A Bucknell legacy is defined as someone who is a direct descendent of a Bucknell alumnus/a. This relationship would include parents and step-parents, grandparents and step-grandparents, great-grandparents and step-great-grandparents, etc. Hunt Hall, Room 101
11:30 am - 2 pm All-Class Buffet Luncheon Bostwick Dining Hall, ELC, 1st Floor
11:30 pm arrival, 12:30 pm shotgun start time Alumni Golf Tournament Pre-registration required. Tournament limited to 112 players. Shotgun start at 12:30 p.m. Please note: Golf tournament fee is not included in any of the packages. The entry fee is $75 for each player which includes greens fee and cart. You may request to be placed into a certain foursome and we will do our best to accommodate you; however, we cannot guarantee requests. Sign-in at the course begins at 11:30 a.m. Shuttle service from clubhouse to driving range is available beginning at 11:30 a.m. Lunch available at Knickers dining room in the clubhouse. Note: This is the only time available for alumni to golf on Friday. Pre-registration required. Bucknell Golf Club, Across Route 15
1 pm Tennis Clinic Come out for some fun tennis at the varsity courts behind the Fieldhouse. ALL levels of ability are welcome, racquets and balls will be provided if needed. You will be greeted by former men’s coach, Bob Hammerlee, who will be your host and fill in when needed. Also, plan to attend Bob’s mini clinic immediately after the “mixer” and gain some helpful tips for your game. If individuals are interested in a mini-bracket tournament, please come prepared and brackets will be created on site! Bucknell Tennis Courts
1 - 1:30 pm That Was Then, This Is Now You can’t miss this entertaining and interactive parody on life at Bucknell through the ages. Watch as alumni, staff and students portray the wacky, wonderful stages of Bucknellians from the 1930s through today. LC Forum, Elaine Langone Center, 2nd Floor
1:30 pm Canoe Trips on the Susquehanna River Join Allan ’74 and Betsy Quant ’74 in their 26' Voyageur canoes to enjoy the West Branch of the Susquehanna River from Milton State Park Island, past Lewisburg, to the Chillisquaque Creek boat ramp. No experience needed, but be prepared to get feet and legs wet and muddy. $10 per person. Pre-Registration Required. Space is limited. (Other available times: 8:30 a.m., 11 a.m. & 4 p.m.) Van leaves from the front of ELC uphill entrance.
1:30 – 2:30pm Alumni University Class: “LinkedIn, Twitter, Pinterest, Facebook, Instagram, and Blogging – the ever-changing landscape of social media” Julee Bertsch, Program Director and Leanne Aurich, Assistant Director of Alumni Career Services. Hear about the trends and changes within social media. Learn which platforms to leverage for your career interests. Get your questions answered about which tools may be right for you. Academic West, room 112
1:30 – 2:30pm Alumni University Class: "Business in the Dark": The Art of Management in Uncertain Times Michael Johnson-Cramer, Director of the School of Management As an homage to the popular "art in the dark" course at Bucknell, Michael Johnson-Cramer, Director of the School of Management, will explore the evolving world of business -- past, present, and future -- and help us to appreciate what it means to build a great organization. Academic West, Room 108
1:30 – 2:30pm Alumni University Class: Weis Center for the Performing Arts Behind-the-Scenes tour Executive Director Kathryn Maguet will be your guide as you explore the backstage areas including the Green Room (featuring items from the Weis Family's home), dressing rooms, choral and instrumental rehearsal rooms, loading dock and much more. Space limited Meet in the lobby of the Weis Center for the Performing Arts
2:00 – 4:00 pm Environmental Center Open House Please join the professors and staff of the Bucknell University Environmental Center (BUEC) who will give visitors a tour of the center, its solar panel array, sustainable gardens and rainbarrel system, and a briefing on the variety of activities going on at the BUEC. Environmental Center
2:00 p.m. Admissions Preview Session Please register by calling the Admissions Office at 570-577-3000. Open to All. Freas Hall
2:30 pm Admissions Tours of Campus Open to all, no registration required. Freas Hall
3:00 – 4:00 pm Alumni University Class: Tour the Geisinger-Bucknell Autism and Developmental Medicine Center Learn how Bucknell and Geisinger are working together to develop a national model for integrating early and accurate diagnosis of developmental disorders, medical and behavioral treatments, parent, sibling, and teacher training and support with a broad program of research and training Shuttle departs pomptly at 3 p.m., Uphill ELC shuttle stop
3:00 – 4:00pm Alumni University Class: MOOCs, Online Programs, Flipped Classrooms: What's All the Fuss About? Param Bedi, Vice President for Library & Information Technology We read about it every day, MOOCs, flipped classrooms, digital scholarship etc. Param Bedi, VP for Library and Information Technology will lead a discussion about what Bucknell is doing to avail these opportunities in a residential setting. He will also discuss how Bucknell is keeping up with the consumerization of technology on campus. Bertrand Library Computer Lab, Room 012
3:00 – 4:00 pm Alumni University Class: Biomedical and Electrical Engineering Research and Breakthroughs Joseph Tranquillo, PhD, Associate Professor of Biomedical and Electrical Engineering Join Joe for an interactive discussion about the exciting research projects and breakthroughs happening at Bucknell. He will discuss student designed medical devices, landmine detecting rats, biomusical instruments and other radical collaborations going on at Bucknell. Academic West, Room 108
3:00 – 5:00 pm Bertrand Library Then and Now Come see how Bertrand Library has changed and enter to win a Bucknell prize! Be sure to see the new Digital Scholarship Center, the exhibit in Special Collections/University Archives, browse the yearbooks and catch up with old friends. Bertrand Library
4 p.m. Canoe Trips on the Susquehanna River Join Allan ’74 and Betsy Quant ’74 in their 26' Voyageur canoes to enjoy the West Branch of the Susquehanna River from Milton State Park Island, past Lewisburg, to the Chillisquaque Creek boat ramp. No experience needed, but be prepared to get feet and legs wet and muddy. $10 per person. Pre-Registration Required. Space is limited. (Other available times: 8:30 a.m., 11:00 a.m. & 1:30 p.m.) Van leaves from the front of ELC uphill entrance.
4:00 - 5:00 p.m. Reception to Honor the 2014 Alumni Association Award Recipients Please join the Bucknell Alumni Association Board of Directors for a special gathering as we celebrate with this year’s honorees for the following awards: Loyalty to Bucknell, Outstanding Achievement in a Chosen Profession, Service to Humanity, and Young Alumni. Terrace Room, ELC, 2nd floor 4:30 p.m. - 5:30 p.m. Faculty Wine and Cheese Reception Join us to meet new faculty or catch up with faculty you remember from your days on campus. A variety of wine, cheeses and other light hors' dourves will be served. Weis Center Lobby
5 – 7 pm Paddle Palooza Come to the Bucknell Boat Landing with your family of all ages and try your hand at paddling the Susquehanna River with Outdoor Education and Leadership (OEL). OEL will have 20 canoes and a handful of kayaks, paddles, and life jackets for all ages. Our staff will provide some instructions to send you paddling on the river. This event is informal, feel free to show up at any time during the two hour window to paddle. As long as equipment is available you can paddle as long or as little as you like. Wear clothes/shoes that may get wet or a little dirty. There is no better way to spend your Friday afternoon than on the water, soaking up the sun and enjoying your friends & family! Rides to boat landing available from any shuttle stop. Bucknell Boat Landing
5:00 – 8:00 pm Class of 1954 Reception and Dinner (5-6pm: Cocktail Reception - open bar for one hour only. 6-8pm: Dinner - only beer, wine, and soft drinks served during dinner) McDonnell Lounge
5:00 - 8:00 p.m. Class of 1959 Reception and Dinner (5-6pm: Cocktail Reception - open bar for one hour only. 6-8pm: Dinner - only beer, wine, and soft drinks served during dinner) Walls Lounge, ELC
5:30 – 8:00 pm Alumni Dinner For all classes not celebrating individual reunion dinners, as noted separately. There will be a children’s station with common favorites. Bostwick Dining Hall, ELC, 1st Floor 6:30 – 9:00 pm Class of 1964 Golden Anniversary Reception and Dinner (6:30-7:30pm: Cocktail Reception - open bar for one hour only. 7:30-9pm: Dinner - only beer, wine, and soft drinks served during dinner). Tent on Academic West Quad
7 – 10 p.m. InterVarsity Christian Fellowship at Bucknell Reunion Reception Great Hall, First Presbyterian Church, 18 Market Street, Lewisburg
7 – 10 p.m. LGBT Reunion Happy Hour Bucknell’s Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender and Ally organization, GALABI, invites you to a happy hour downtown at the Towne Tavern Shanty. Stop by and get to know representatives from GALABI, and LGBTQ alumni from throughout the years. 600 Market Street, Lewisburg
7:30 - 9:30 pm Bison Round Up Join your favorite Bison coaches and members of the athletics department for a reception. Relive old memories and catch up on the current news. McGee Room, Sojka Pavilion, 2nd Floor
9:00 – 11:00 pm Class Parties: Catch up with your classmates to reminisce about your Bucknell days. Beer and wine will be available to those that are 21 years and older. Please bring photo ID with you to the event. Soft beverages and light snacks will also be served. Please note that no outside alcohol is permitted at any University sponsored event per University Policy.
Tentative Locations: Emeritus/1954 9:00 - McDonnell Lounge 1959 Party 9:00 - Walls Lounge, ELC 1964 Party 9:00 - Tent, Academic West Quad 1969 Party 9:00 - 7th Street Cafe 1974 Party 9:00 - Weis Center Lobby 1979 Party 9:00 - Brasserie Louis, Market Street 1984 Party 9:00 - Larison Dining Hall 1989 Party 9:00 - Terrace Room, ELC 1994 Party 9:00 - Hunt Hall, Room 101 1999 Party 9:00 - Tent on Academic Quad 2004 Party 9:00 - Tent on Academic Quad 2009 Party 9:00 - Lewisburg Hotel, Market Street
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Reunion Registration Hours 8 am - 5 pm Sojka Pavilion, KLARC
7 - 10:00 am Alumni Breakfast Bostwick Dining Hall, ELC, 1st Floor
8 – 11 am Alumni Career Services Appointments Meet with Julee Bertsch, the Program Director of Alumni Career Services, to discuss your career needs. Call 570-577-1238 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for an appointment. Career Development Center located in the Botany Building
8:30 - 10 am Leadership Champagne Breakfast By invitation only. A gathering to honor alumni who have made a leadership gift to the University. Terrace Room, ELC, 2nd Floor
9 - 10 am Yoga with Caroline Abramo '94 Racquetball Court 5, Gerhard Fieldhouse
9 - 11 am Pre-Health and Pre-Law Conversations If you are considering a switch to a career in the health professions (or in law) or if you work in the field and would like to know what Bucknell is doing to prepare students, stop by for conversation and light refreshments. Career Development Center located in the Botany Building
9:30 - 10:30 am Zumba Fitness with Jessica (Quintana) Hess '99 Join former Bison Track Athlete, Jessica (Quintana) Hess '99 as she leads this energy filled class. Are you ready to party yourself into shape? That's exactly what the Zumba Fitness® program is all about. It's an exhilarating, effective, easy-to-follow, Latin-inspired, calorie-burning dance fitness-party™ that's moving millions of people toward joy and health. Aerobics Studio, Fieldhouse, 2nd Floor
9:15 a.m. arrival, 9:30 a.m. start time Bucknell Today A preview of Bucknell's programs, opportunities, and the admissions process. How selective is Bucknell in the admissions landscape? Is it different for legacy students? High schools students and parents are invited to this engaging session. Families should check-in at the table in the uphill second floor lobby at 9:15am. Pre-registration required. Forum, Second floor ELC
10:00 am - 1:00 pm Bucknell Bison Gear Sale Gerhard Fieldhouse
10 am until the end of Reunion Rally (approximately 12:00 noon) Kids Rally Your children will enjoy supervised activities while you’re at Reunion Rally. For ages 5-11. Pre-registration required Davis Gym
10:30 am Admissions Tour of Campus Open to all. Forum, Second floor ELC 10:30 a.m. arrival, 11 a.m. start time Reunion Rally Gather at the Weis Center for the all new Reunion Rally. 25th and 50th Reunion Classes gather in the designated areas in the lobby. Class awards will be given and Alumni Association awardees will be honored. Weis Center
Immediately following Reunion Rally All classes will head downhill to the All-Class picnic luncheon at the fieldhouse.
11:00 a.m. Story time with Bucky the Bison Join Bucky the Bison at the bookstore and enjoy the story “Is Your Buffalo Ready for Kindergarten?” Photos can be taken with Bucky before and after story time. Community Room, Barnes & Noble at Bucknell
12:30 pm All-Class Luncheon A fun indoor picnic with class-specific seating. Class photo for the 50th class will be taken (immediately upon arrival, at the back of the fieldhouse). Gerhard Fieldhouse, KLARC
12:30 pm Class of 1989 Special Class Lunch The Class of 1989 will gather to celebrate their special 25th Reunion with a lunch under the tent on Academic West Quad. Live music performed by Random Motion. Academic West Quad
1:00 pm CLIMBucknell Challenge Course at the Cowan Forrest Brown Conference Center Tony Stafford, Director of Outdoor Education and Leadership The challenge course will be available and will include, the climbing tower, zip line and a high ropes elements. With the primary focus to be used as a classroom without walls, it is designed to teach leadership, group dynamics, risk assessment, safety and most importantly, something about themselves. The goal is to enhance life skills through challenging educational activities by problem solving and team development. By using these elements, it is hoped that individuals will leave with creative new ideas about themselves and how a team evolves. This is a great opportunity to explore the Cowan retreat property. Rain or Shine. Pre-Registration Required. Space is limited. $15 per person. To register call Emily at 570-577-7300. Van leaves from the ELC uphill entrance
1 - 3 pm Career Conversations in the Café Thinking about making a career change? Want some advice on negotiating your next raise? Looking for the next step in your career? Talk one-on-one with Julee Bertsch, Alumni Career Services program director, about your specific needs. Good food and good advice – absolutely free. 7th Street Café
1:30 pm Alumni University Class: Diamonds from Peanut Butter: A Brief History of Airplanes, Computers, Golf Clubs, and Just About Everything Else Join our 17th President, John C. Bravman. He will share insights into the world of everyday engineering. No engineering degree required! Trout Auditorium, Vaughn Literature Building
1:30 - 3:30 pm Family Fun Festival Bouncing equipment, games and treats offer fun for all ages! Outside, Uphill ELC (in front of Freas Hall)
1:30 - 2:30 pm Class of 1964 Special Campus Tour The 50th reunion class will enjoy nostalgic stops around campus on a guided shuttle tour. Also offered at 3 pm. Departs from KLARC "U"
1:30 - 2:30 pm Bison Football Alumni Reception All former Bison football players are invited. Meet the current coaching staff and relive some of your old gridiron memories. Tent outside Christy Mathewson Memorial Stadium
1:30 - 5:30 pm Fraternity Open Houses Tour the fraternity house to see what has changed and what hasn’t. See listings of fraternities hosting receptions, available at registration in Sojka Pavilion
2 – 4 pm Backstage at Bucknell The Department of Theatre and Dance and the Association for the Arts invite you to Backstage at Bucknell. Join Rich Klein ‘69 and Chuck Arnao ‘70, P ‘14 for a presentation and workshop highlighting the technical aspects of theatre at Bucknell-past and present. The venue is the same, but the tools have changed. Please stay for the Cap and Dagger reception at 4 p.m. to share stories and catch up with friends. Harvey M.Powers Theatre, Coleman Hall
2 – 4 pm Sorority Reception All former sorority members are welcome to visit with current members of their sorority. Light refreshments and a child friendly area will be provided. Hunt Hall porch
2 – 4 pm Delta Zeta Special Reunion All Delta Zetas are welcome to join us to hear about Delta Zeta returning to Bucknell and the state of the sorority. Please join us to renew friendships or make new ones. McDonnell Hall Lounge
2 – 4 pm Residential College Reception Were you in a Res. College during your freshman year? If so, come find out what’s new and what has changed (We introduced an 8th theme, the Discovery College). Meet with current Res. College students, reconnect with fellow alumni and share fond memories in a child-friendly environment. Light refreshments will be served. Smith Quad (rain location: Smith Hall 300 Seminar Room)
3 - 4 pm Alumni University Class: "Discovering Your Ancestry in the Electronic Age" ‘The 835’ author Frank Davis '82 will conduct a seminar on how ancestry researchers and enthusiasts can use electronic tools, the internet, and DNA testing to research and discover their family ancestry. Topics to be covered include search engines, the National Archives as a resource, and how to handle obstacles. Frank will also share some of the discoveries that he made about his own family using the methodology discussed in his new manuscript ‘The 835’. Academic West, Room 116
3 – 4 pm Alumni University Class: That Old House: Lewisburg Historic Architecture Tom Greaves, emeritus professor of anthropology A rare opportunity to discover the extraordinary architecture on Bucknell’s campus and in Lewisburg’s Historical District, and their origins in Greek, Roman, Renaissance, Modernist, and other periods of Western History. We will encounter some of the remarkable treasures of historic architecture of Lewisburg, and sharpen your eye for interesting architectural detail. Academic West, Room 108
3 – 4 pm Alumni University Class: Walking Tour of Academic West Academic West structure is the first building constructed in the new quad. Academic West is home to the social sciences, including economics, environmental studies, geography, international relations, Latin American studies, political science, sociology and anthropology departments. The building has nine classrooms, 60 faculty offices and hearth spaces where students can gather to study, do projects and interact with faculty. It opened for classes in August 2013. Space is limited. To register call Emily at 570-577-7300 Academic West, First Floor Lobby
3 – 4 pm Alumni University: Graveyard Tour, Lewisburg Cemetery Come join Nancy Neuman, Presidentof the Lewisburg Cemetery Association, for a tour of well know Bucknelliens that are buried in the Lewisburg Cemetery. Highlights will be past Bucknell Presidents, the three Marys, Christy Mathewson and other notables. You will be fascinated with the history of this cemetery. Space is limited. Meet at the Chapel in the cemetery
3 pm Catholic Mass Rooke Chapel
3 - 4:30 pm Soccer Clinic for Alumni Kids Hosted by the Bucknell men’s and women’s soccer teams, this free clinic is open to kids who will be attending kindergarten through 6th grade in the fall. Wear soccer shoes or tennis shoes (no need to bring shin guards unless you want to). Bucknell athletics will supply soccer balls. Registration is required for this event. Space is limited. Football Practice Field
3:00 – 4:00 pm Class of 1964 Special Campus Tour The 50th reunion class will enjoy nostalgic stops around campus on a guided shuttle tour. Also offered at 1:30 pm. Departs from KLARC "U"
3:30 - 4:30 pm Volunteer Recognition Reception We will honor current Bucknell volunteers who give of their time to further the University’s mission and programs. By invitation only. President's House
4 pm Black Alumni Association Cocktail Reception What's happening at 7th Street House? Come back and bring your family to enjoy a cocktail hour before your class dinner! Sponsored by the Bucknell Black Alumni Association. 7th Street House
4 – 6 pm BEAA Cocktails and Contraptions Join engineering alumni, faculty and staff for a cocktail reception in the Dana Lobby area. Participate in an engineering game! Prizes will be awarded. Engineering week student videos will be available to view. Dana Engineering Building
4 – 6 pm Department of Theatre and Dance, Cap and Dagger, and Dance at Bucknell Reception Open to all alumni who participated in Theatre and Dance productions both onstage and behind the scenes. Harvey Powers Theatre, Coleman Hall
5:30 - 11 pm Kids Night Out Kids Night Out is an event run by an outside licensed childcare agency. Open to children 5 – 11 years. Children are supervised in age-specific groups and enjoy age-appropriate games, crafts, pizza and snacks. Limited space available, registration required. Davis Gym
5:30 pm Emeritus, Classes of 1954 and 1959 Reception and Dinner (5:30-6:30pm: Cocktail Reception - open bar for one hour only. 6:30pm: Dinner - only beer, wine, and soft drinks served during dinner) Walls Lounge, ELC
5:30 - 6:30 p.m. Class of 1964 Wine Tasting A sit down wine tasting and blending with Norm Kiken ’64, owner of Reverie Winery & Vineyard on Diamond Mountain in Napa Valley, CA. Weis Center Lobby
6:30 - 9 p.m. Class of 1964 Reception and Dinner Dinner will be served promptly at 7:30 p.m. Terrace Room, ELC
6 – 9 pm Receptions and Banquets for the Classes of 1969 – 2009 (6-7 pm: Cocktail Reception - open bar for one hour only. 7-9 pm: Dinner - only beer, wine, and soft drinks served during dinner) Please note that no outside alcohol is permitted at any University sponsored event per University Policy.
1969: Bucknell Golf Club 1974: The Riverhouse Brew Pub 1979: Hunt Hall, Room 101 1984: Bison, ELC 1989: Bostwick Cafeteria, ELC 1994: Tent, Academic Quad 1999: Lewisburg Hotel, Market Street 2004: Larison Dining Hall 2009: Tent, Academic Quad
9 pm – Midnight Tent Party The Urban Guerrilla Orchestra (U.G.O.) Live in Concert. All musicians in this ensemble have performed, recorded and toured all over the world with famous and highly respected recording artists. Enjoy dancing, drinks, fireworks and great music, all under the big tent you remember. Be sure to remember your orange wristbands given at registration! Sojka Lawn
9 pm – Midnight Jazz Bar Enjoy great jazz, a little wine, a bit of dancing and pleasant conversations with friends. Sojka Pavilion
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8:30 am Catholic Mass Rooke Chapel
10 - 11:30 am A Service of Worship, Remembrance and Celebration This interfaith service of worship is focused on all of the elements that comprise the larger Bucknell community. The worship service recalls the university's founding on spiritual principles that have now grown to include the multifaith community. We will remember and pay tribute to the classmates who have died in the past year and celebrate the history, heritage and future of Bucknell in a setting that emphasizes our inter-connectedness as members of the Bucknell family. Refreshments on Rooke Chapel side lawn immediately following the service. Rooke Chapel
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