Schedule of Events


2023 Final Schedule of Events


Thursday - Wear Your Favorite Orange Shirt Today!

Bearkat Family Weekend Check-in

LSC 2nd Floor Atrium Lounge (Next to LSC Info Desk)

Thursday, September 28th
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Registered guests come by to retrieve your purchased items which may include: t-shirt and wristband, breakfast ticket, and lunch ticket.

Check-in starts Monday-Wednesday, September 25 - 27, 9 AM - 4 PM in this same location. The SHSU student you referenced on your registration may pick-up your items.

City of Huntsville Tourism - Visit Sam Houston Statue

Sam Houston Statue and Visitor Center

7600 Highway 75 S

Thursday, September 28th
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

A visit to the world's tallest statue of an American hero offers a great perspective of Huntsville. A tribute to courage, the Sam Houston Statue was designed and constructed by artist David Adickes. He dedicated the statue to the City of Huntsville on October 22, 1994. It is the world's tallest statue of an American Hero at 67 feet tall on a 10-foot sunset granite base. Within the Visitor Center, you will find an assortment of visitor information including unique videos, brochures, maps, and a friendly Texas ambassador to help plan your day. Also check out our souvenir Gift Shop full of Texas treasures, collectibles and memorabilia.

Financial Gap Analysis

Garret Teacher Education Center, 279

Thursday, September 28th
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM

This workshop will dive deep into what the "GAP" is for finances.  Presented by: Student Money Management, ELEVATE, TRIO, and the First-Generation Center.

Bearkat Alley Tailgate

Parking Lot: Zone 2, Lot 12 (Coliseum Lot)

Thursday, September 28th
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM

Bearkat Alley is the official tailgate area during football season! The Department of Student Activities hosts a variety of organizations and departments who tailgate together near Bowers Stadium. Enjoy a variety of food, giveaways (like t-shirts & rally towels) and Bearkat Spirit! Bearkat Alley is located in Zone 2 Lot 12 (or the Coliseum Lot). Bearkat Alley entrance is FREE with your downloaded student Football Game Ticket. We hope to see you there! Eat Em Ep KATS!

Bearkat Football vs. Jacksonville State

Bowers Stadium

Thursday, September 28th
7:00 PM

*Ticketed Event - Students free with downloaded ticket (download information video linked here)*

Make sure to wear your favorite orange shirt to our first televised CUSA home football game! Don't have a favorite orange shirt yet?! Make a quick pit-stop to the University Bookstore located on the second floor of the Lowman Student Center (LSC) ahead of game time! 

Please read and familiarize yourself with Bowers Stadium New Clear Bag Policy.

Purchase tickets at www.gobearkats.com (Use code 'FOOTBALL') more information on www.shsu.edu/weekend.

Friday - Wear Your Official Bearkat Family Weekend T-shirt Today!

Bearkat Family Weekend Check-in

LSC 2nd Floor Atrium Lounge (Next to LSC Info Desk)

Friday, September 29th
7:30 AM - 1:00 PM

Registered guests come by to retrieve your purchased items which may include: t-shirt and wristband, breakfast ticket, and lunch ticket.

Check-in starts Monday-Wednesday, September 25 - 27, 9 AM - 4 PM in this same location. The SHSU student you referenced on your registration may pick-up your items.

Bearkat Course - Bearkat Family Weekend Special Play

Bearkat Course - 457 IH 45 South

Friday, September 29th
Starting times available beginning at 7:30 AM through 5:00 PM

Parents play for the student rate on those three days! $35 for 18-holes with cart. Starting times made up to one week in advance by calling 936-294-GOLF.

Bearkat Family Weekend Breakfast hosted by Office of Alumni Relations and Annual Giving

LSC Orange Ballroom

Friday, September 29th
8:00 AM - 10:00 AM Come and Go

*Ticketed Event - Presale Ticket Required*

SHSU Alumni Association hosts a fun kick-off to the Friday activities! Come enjoy a delicious breakfast, and learn about exciting opportunities their office supports: including eligibility for the coveted 2023 SHSU Tuition Draw (24 hours of in-state tuition), as well as engagement opportunities for your current student through the Student Alumni Association (SAA). A Bearkat Spirit gear giveaway ($50) will be drawn every 15 minutes, during breakfast! Special guest welcomes from SHSU administrators.

Welcome Breakfast
• Silver dollar pancakes with butter & syrup
• Breakfast potatoes
• Bacon or sausage
• Fluffy scrambled eggs

Beverages: Coffee, Water, Hot Tea
Catered by Aramark

College Fair

LSC 241

Friday, September 29th
8:30 AM - 10:00 AM

Before or after you get your breakfast, stop by to meet and interact with representatives from your student's home college! Event may include college dean's, faculty, staff members, and student organizations.

Photos Outside of Austin Hall

Austin Hall

Friday, September 29th
8:30 AM - 11:00 AM

Stop by to have your family photo snapped, to commemorate the weekend! Photos are available for online gallery download here.  Thank you Yvette Wood Photography for capturing our Bearkat Families!

Photos at the Chair

Sammy's Huge Chair outside the back of the Lowman Student Center

Friday, September 29th
8:30 AM - 11:00 AM

Stop by to have your family photo snapped, to commemorate the weekend! Photos are available for online gallery download here.  Thank you WNH Photography for capturing our Bearkat Families!

LSC Kat Klub Games and Activities

LSC Kat Klub

Friday, September 29th
9:00 AM - 6:00 PM

*Wristband Required*

The Kat Klub welcomes you to come partake in some fun and games! Free play for billiards, table tennis, video games, tabletop games and bowling.  Games include: Jenga, Dominos, Cards, Chess, Checkers, Connect 4. Time may be limited to 30 minute increments when busy. Also featuring a coloring sheet station!

Escape Room in Newton Gresham Library

Newton Gresham Library

Friday, September 29th
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM

A treasure has been hidden inside the library! Professor Purple, an eccentric librarian, wants to make sure this fancy surprise goes only to the most intelligent and devoted of seekers. Will it be you? Come to the library to seek your fortune! 

SHSU Campus Recreation Adventure Race

Locations Across Campus

Friday, September 29th
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM

Complete this adventure together and explore the more inconspicuous spots on campus; solve clues, win prizes. Teams solve riddles that will lead them to 14 different locations across campus. Each location features something interesting about the campus. This is a great way to see the campus and get a cool prize upon completion at the Campus Recreation Center Suite 202.  Please retrieve prize by 4pm, on Friday, September 29th.  Adventure Race Linked Here!

Classroom Dives hosted by First-Generation Center, Athletic Training Lab, ATTR 2300

Lee Drain 108

Friday, September 29th
10:00 AM - 10:30 AM

Families can observe a live guest lecture, to receive first-hand experience of the academic life of an SHSU student. Whether you are a first-generation family or you have not been to the college classroom in years, this brand-new programming is a unique opportunity to witness outstanding lectures of our enthusiastic faculty.

Dr. May Hernandez, Assistant Professor in Athletic Training, Department of Kinesiology, College of Health Sciences, a first-generation student herself, introduces you to the profession of Athletic Training, to include methods of care, treatment, and rehabilitation of athletic injuries. Laboratory experiences include athletic injury scenarios. Prize(s) provided to individual(s) who are most engaged during this live guest lecture!

Student Organization Fest

Parker Plaza

Friday, September 29th
10:00 AM - 11:30 AM

Head out to beautiful Parker Plaza in the center of campus to see highlight feature of some of our 255 diverse student organizations. Your student may get to show off a group they're apart of or find a new group to get involved with. Enjoy jams from SuperJay the DJ while you browse.

Bearkat Family Weekend On-Campus Lunch

Either Old Main Market or General's Market

Friday, September 29th
11:00 AM - 2:00 PM Come and Go

*Ticketed Event - Presale Ticket Required*

Enjoy an on-campus lunch with your student where they eat!

Valid, Friday, September 29, 2023 11am-2pm at either Old Main Market or General's Market.


If you do not wish to use your ticket to dine at our buffet, multi-station style markets - you may choose to use your $10 lunch ticket, as a voucher towards $10 value of food items at any open retail food concept on campus.  No cash back or credit will be given if the full value of the voucher is not redeemed.  Anything costing over the $10 balance will be paid by customer.  Retail food concepts on campus are as follows: Chick-Fil-A, Subway, Steak 'N Shake, Panda Express, Wild Blue Sushi, Pastabilities, Rising Roll, Brisket Burger, Taco Sabroso.

Ticket/Voucher will only be available for redemption Friday, September 29, 2023, 11am - 2pm.  Ticket/voucher will expire after this time

Bingo - hosted by National Honor Society for First-Year Success (Alpha Lambda Delta)

LSC Orange Ballroom

Friday, September 29th
12:00 PM - 2:30 PM

*Wristband Required*

Join Alpha Lambda Delta (ALD) for some competitive BINGO! You'll have a chance to win some amazing prizes!

Alpha Lambda Delta, also known as ALD, is a national honor society for first-year college students. To be invited for membership in the ALD chapter of Sam Houston State University, students must attain a GPA of 3.5 or higher during the fall semester, and it must be their first semester at a four-year institution.

Matinee Movies - Presented by Campus Activities Board "School of Rock"

LSC Theatre

Friday, September 29th
12:45 PM - 2:45PM

A cool indoor, family activity, complete with popcorn! School of Rock (PG-13) synopsis: Jack Black strikes all the right chords as a teacher who turns his private-school pupils into a classic rock band. Refreshing, screwball comedy never takes itself too seriously. Written by Mike White, who costars as Black's buddy

Classroom Dives hosted by First-Generation Center, English Composition, ENGL 1301

CHSS C-070

Friday, September 29th
1:30 PM - 2:00 PM

Families can observe a live guest lecture, to receive first-hand experience of the academic life of an SHSU student. Whether you are a first-generation family or you have not been to the college classroom in years, this brand-new programming is a unique opportunity to witness outstanding lectures of our enthusiastic faculty.

Mrs. Kendall Gragert, Associate Director for the Elliott T. Bowers Honors College, a first-generation student herself, introduces you to rhetorical knowledge, including negotiating purpose, audience, context, and conventions. Students practice their writing processes including drafting and revising for a variety of purposes in this lecture.Prize(s) provided to individual(s) who are most engaged during this live guest lecture!

Super Smash Brothers Tournament hosted by the SHSU Bookstore

Campus Bookstore (2nd Floor LSC)

Friday, September 29th
2:00 PM - 4:00 PM

The SHSU Bookstore hosts a Super Smash Brothers Tournament in their lounge area on a Nintendo Switch. First 32 students will be able to participate. Play 1 v 1 until you are at the top of the bracket. Winner takes home a new shirt. You are welcome to bring your own controller.

Classroom Dives hosted by First-Generation Center, Introduction to Philosophy, PHIL 1301

CHSS C-070

Friday, September 29th
2:00 PM - 2:30 PM

Families can observe a live guest lecture, to receive first-hand experience of the academic life of an SHSU student. Whether you are a first-generation family or you have not been to the college classroom in years, this brand-new programming is a unique opportunity to witness outstanding lectures of our enthusiastic faculty.

Dr. Maria Botero, Professor, Psychology and Philosophy Department, introduces you to the fields and issues of philosophy as discussed by both classical and modern philosophers. Prize(s) provided to individual(s) who are most engaged during this live guest lecture!

Classroom Dives hosted by First-Generation Center, Introduction to Psychology, PSYC1301

CHSS C-070

Friday, September 29th
2:30 PM - 3:00 PM

Families can observe a live guest lecture, to receive first-hand experience of the academic life of an SHSU student. Whether you are a first-generation family or you have not been to the college classroom in years, this brand-new programming is a unique opportunity to witness outstanding lectures of our enthusiastic faculty.

Dr. Jorge Varela, Professor of Psychology and Department Chair, a first-generation student himself, introduces yoy to a broad survey of the field of psychology covering such topics as learning, perception, personality, development, and psychopathology. Prize(s) provided to individual(s) who are most engaged during this live guest lecture!

Family Feud - hosted by SHSU Student Government Association

LSC White Ballroom

Friday, September 29th
3:00 PM - 5:00 PM

*Wristband Required* 

Bearkat Family Weekend registrants will get a chance to participate as a live audience in the TV style gameshow “Family Feud”. Families should come early to register for a chance to compete for prizes as they guess the results of audience survey questions.  Must have a wristband to register.

Matinee Movies - Presented by Campus Activities Board "Wrath of Man"

LSC Theatre

Friday, September 29th
3:00 PM - 5:00 PM

A cool indoor, family activity, complete with popcorn! Wrath of Man (R) synopsis: This film's story starts when a mysterious man known only as H begins working for an armored truck company based in Los Angeles, where the main job is to haul, move, and transfer loads of dollar bills by the millions on a daily basis. Various characters contribute to the narrative as a secondary plot of revenge surfaces with a heist plot.

Bearkat Family Weekend Block Party and Car Show

Parking Lot - P14 (Bowers Stadium Lot)

Friday, September 29th
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Make plans to join us our largest event of the weekend (outside of football of course)! Come out and spend an evening full of fun!

Participants are encouraged to bring a lawn chair to spread out and enjoy the evening, after eating!

Live music featuring Houston famous, acoustic singer-songwriter J.B. Barnett. J.B.'s original music is a fusion of soulful melodies with catchy, witty, and inspiring lyrics. He also plays a multitude of covers, from various genres and is often compared to the likes of Jack Johnson, John Mayer, and Jason Mraz.  Jamming alternating sets will be Sam Houston Alumni, SuperJay the DJ. 

Aramark will be providing a full concession of delicious food to purchase (cash or card) including: smoked on-site pulled pork or brisket sandwiches topped with onions, jalapenos and BBQ sauce, loaded mac-n-cheese bowls with your choice of pulled pork or brisket, chips & queso topped with smoked pulled pork or brisket, and Talent's BBQ sausage on a stick with a flour tortilla.  Mac-n-cheese and chips & queso will also be available plain which would make a great side, snack or kid's item. Popsicles and Lemon Chills will be available to curb your sweet tooth and keep you cool.  We didn't forget the drinks, sodas, beer, wine and seltzers will also be an option.  Water will be provided free for guests.

Besides the food, music and general fun, we will have a full live car show, with interactive voting! Trophies will be awarded at 7:30pm.

We cannot wait to see you there!

(All guests are required to comply with the SHSU's Expressive Activity Policy during the Bearkat Family Weekend Block Party and Car Show). 

SHSU Volleyball vs. Florida International University

Johnson Coliseum

Friday, September 29th
6:30 PM

Visit www.gobearkats.com for tickets (may not be available until closer to the event).  You will not need to purchase a ticket for your SHSU student.  Johnson Coliseum employees the same clear bag policy as Bowers Stadium see main Bearkat Family Weekend webpage for details.

College of Arts & Media - Department of Dance 'Masters of Dance'

James and Nancy Gaertner Performing Arts Center, Dance Theater
815 17th Street

Friday, September 29th
8:00 PM - 10:00 PM

Masters of Dance showcases a collection of diverse dance works choreographed and produced by the graduate student organization Master of Dance.

Performances may contain haze and strobe lighting. 

Tickets are available on the Box Office website for $12 in advance and $15 the week of the event. Season passes for $99 include 10 events of choice per year. SHSU students, faculty, and staff may redeem one free ticket per event with a valid Sam ID. Student tickets will be available the week of the event. Restrictions may apply. Contact the Box Office for details. www.shsutickets.com 

For a full calendar of College of Arts & Media events, visit shsu.edu/camevents

Tau Kappa Epsilon presents a Concert Benefitting St. Jude Children's Research Hospital

Shenanigans and Confetti's Beach Club, 1548 11th Street

Friday, September 29th
9:00 PM

Join SHSU's Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity as they present a benefit concert, as part of the Prison City Concert Series, for St. Jude's Children's Research Hospital. All profits will be donated. Tickets are $14.19 online and $15 at the door. Doors open at 8:00PM, music starts at 9:00PM. Musicians are Noah Hicks, with special guests Palmer Anthony and Graycie York. Link online ticket purchase: https://posh.vip/e/2nd-annual-prision-city-concert.

Saturday

Huntsville State Park

565 Park Road 40 W

Saturday, September 30th
6:00 AM - 10:00 PM

The Huntsville State Park will extend free entry ($7 value, per person) on Saturday and Sunday to Bearkat Family Weekend guests, with wristband. Camping would require reservation and fee.

From the Huntsville State Park website: https://tpwd.texas.gov/state-parks/huntsville

Pine Trees and Wildflowers

Lose yourself among the majestic trees and natural beauty of the East Texas Pineywoods. Rent a canoe, explore our trails or just relax by the lake. We are a short drive north of Houston, in the Sam Houston National Forest.

Things to Do

At Huntsville State Park, you can camp, hike, bike, picnic, fish, swim, paddle, geocache and study nature. We have 21 miles of trails, playgrounds, a bird blind and nature center. Alligators live in the park; read our alligator safety tips.  

On the lake

Enjoy water activities on the 210-acre Lake Raven:

  • Fish for crappie, perch, catfish and bass. We have a boat ramp, fishing piers and fish cleaning stations. We allow motor boats, but at idle speed only.
  • Swim in our designated area from 10 a.m. - 8 p.m. (no lifeguards). Read our swimming safety tips before you swim.
  • Rent a kayak. Self-service kayak rentals are available near Raven Lodge. 

Bearkat Course -  Bearkat Family Weekend Special Play

Bearkat Course - 457 IH 45 South

Saturday, September 30th
Starting times available beginning at 7:30 AM through 5:00 PM

Parents play for the student rate on those three days! $35 for 18-holes with cart. Starting times made up to one week in advance by calling 936-294-GOLF.

Life on the Houston Farm

Sam Houston Memorial Museum Complex

Saturday, September 30th
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Come step back in time with the Sam Houston Memorial Museum & Republic of Texas Presidential Library to learn about our university's namesake. Walk the actual property once owned by Sam and Margaret Houston. Visit with costumed interpreters to learn about life on the Houston Farm and Texas in the 1850s. See the Houston family home, known as the Woodland Home, on its original site and the Bear Bend Cabin, reported to be Sam's hunting lodge; and the Houston Mercantile in the Roberts-Farris Cabin, representing the Maryville, Tennessee store of the early 1800s that Sam worked in when he was a young man. Then tour the Memorial Museum (free admission during this time) and view the permanent exhibits of the museum, including the largest collection of Houston artifacts and memorabilia anywhere.

Matinee Movies - Presented by Campus Activities Board "The Little Mermaid" (Original)

LSC Theatre

Saturday, September 30th
10:00 AM - 11:30 AM

A cool indoor, family activity, complete with mini muffins! The Little Mermaid (G) synopsis: A young mermaid strikes a deal with a sea witch to become human in order to land the man of her dreams, even though her father has forbidden her to swim to the surface.

LSC Kat Klub Games and Activities

LSC Kat Klub

Saturday, September 30th
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM

*Wristband Required*

The Kat Klub welcomes you to come partake in some fun and games! Free play for billiards, table tennis, video games, tabletop games and bowling.  Games include: Jenga, Dominos, Cards, Chess, Checkers, Connect 4. Time may be limited to 30 minute increments when busy. Also featuring a coloring sheet station!

Roller Rink hosted by the Lowman Student Center

LSC White Ballroom

Saturday, September 30th
10:00 AM - 1:00 PM

*Wristband Required*

Come get active Bearkat families! The LSC White Ballroom will be transformed into a roller rink, complete with music and lights! Skates provided, including limited kids sizes.

City of Huntsville Tourism - Visit Sam Houston Statue

Sam Houston Statue and Visitor Center

7600 Highway 75 S

Saturday, September 30th
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

A visit to the world's tallest statue of an American hero offers a great perspective of Huntsville. A tribute to courage, the Sam Houston Statue was designed and constructed by artist David Adickes. He dedicated the statue to the City of Huntsville on October 22, 1994. It is the world's tallest statue of an American Hero at 67 feet tall on a 10-foot sunset granite base. Within the Visitor Center, you will find an assortment of visitor information including unique videos, brochures, maps, and a friendly Texas ambassador to help plan your day. Also check out our souvenir Gift Shop full of Texas treasures, collectibles and memorabilia.

Lunch on Your Own

Saturday, September 30th
11:00 AM - 2:00 PM

Venture out to one of Huntsville's fine local eateries, whenever you get hungry.

Honors College Parents Luncheon

LSC Orange Ballroom

Saturday, September 30th
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

*Invitation Only*

The luncheon is a perfect opportunity for parents or supporters of current Honors students to meet the Honors faculty, deans, and ambassadors that work with their student through the Honors College.
*By invitation only, contact the Honors College at honors@shsu.edu

SHSU Volleyball vs. Florida International University

Johnson Coliseum

Saturday, September 30th
1:00 PM

Visit www.gobearkats.com for tickets (may not be available until closer to the event).  You will not need to purchase a ticket for your SHSU student.  Johnson Coliseum employees the same clear bag policy as Bowers Stadium see main Bearkat Family Weekend webpage for details.

Orange You Glad You are a Bearkat

Huntsville Downtown Square

Saturday, September 30th
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM

The City of Huntsville's Main Street Program and the Downtown Business Alliance invite you to downtown Huntsville to enjoy great shopping and snacking. Participating businesses will offer orange treats! Come out and see our beautifully decorated Sam Houston window displays!

Sammy Hour

Saturday, September 30th
2:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Sponsored by the City of Huntsville Tourism

Check out some unique local watering holes. Various locations, all offering special discounts with Bearkat Family Weekend wristband.

College of Arts & Media - School of Music 'Chorale Fall Concert'

James & Nancy Gaertner Performing Arts Center, Payne Concert Hall 
815 17th Street

Saturday, September 30th
7:30 PM - 9:30 PM

The SHSU School of Music invites you to attend the SHSU Chorale Fall Concert. 

Tickets are available on the Box Office website for $12 in advance and $15 the week of the event. Season passes for $99 include 10 events of choice per year. SHSU students, faculty, and staff may redeem one free ticket per event with a valid Sam ID. Student tickets will be available the week of the event. Restrictions may apply. Contact the Box Office for details. www.shsutickets.com 

For a full calendar of College of Arts & Media events, visit shsu.edu/camevents. 

Sunday

Huntsville State Park

565 Park Road 40 W

Sunday, October 1st
6:00 AM - 10:00 PM

The Huntsville State Park will extend free entry ($7 value, per person) on Saturday and Sunday to Bearkat Family Weekend guests, with wristband. Camping would require reservation and fee.

From the Huntsville State Park website: https://tpwd.texas.gov/state-parks/huntsville 

Pine Trees and Wildflowers

Lose yourself among the majestic trees and natural beauty of the East Texas Pineywoods. Rent a canoe, explore our trails or just relax by the lake. We are a short drive north of Houston, in the Sam Houston National Forest.

Things to Do

At Huntsville State Park, you can camp, hike, bike, picnic, fish, swim, paddle, geocache and study nature. We have 21 miles of trails, playgrounds, a bird blind and nature center. Alligators live in the park; read our alligator safety tips.  

On the lake

Enjoy water activities on the 210-acre Lake Raven:

  • Fish for crappie, perch, catfish and bass. We have a boat ramp, fishing piers and fish cleaning stations. We allow motor boats, but at idle speed only.
  • Swim in our designated area from 10 a.m. - 8 p.m. (no lifeguards). Read our swimming safety tips before you swim.
  • Rent a kayak. Self-service kayak rentals are available near Raven Lodge. 

Bearkat Course -  Bearkat Family Weekend Special Play

Bearkat Course - 457 IH 45 South

Sunday, October 1st
Starting times available beginning at 7:30 AM through 5:00 PM

Parents play for the student rate on those three days! $35 for 18-holes with cart. Starting times made up to one week in advance by calling 936-294-GOLF.

City of Huntsville Tourism - Visit Sam Houston Statue

Sam Houston Statue and Visitor Center
7600 Highway 75 S

Sunday, October 1st
11:00 AM - 5:00 PM

A visit to the world's tallest statue of an American hero offers a great perspective of Huntsville. A tribute to courage, the Sam Houston Statue was designed and constructed by artist David Adickes. He dedicated the statue to the City of Huntsville on October 22, 1994. It is the world's tallest statue of an American Hero at 67 feet tall on a 10-foot sunset granite base. Within the Visitor Center, you will find an assortment of visitor information including unique videos, brochures, maps, and a friendly Texas ambassador to help plan your day. Also check out our souvenir Gift Shop full of Texas treasures, collectibles and memorabilia.

SHSU Soccer vs. Louisiana Tech

Joseph Pritchett Field
1302 19th Street

Sunday, October 1st
1:00 PM

Visit www.gobearkats.com for tickets (may not be available until closer to the event).

LSC Kat Klub Games and Activities

LSC Kat Klub

Sunday, October 1st
3:00 PM - 8:00 PM

*Wristband Required*

The Kat Klub welcomes you to come partake in some fun and games! Free play for billiards, table tennis, video games, tabletop games and bowling.  Games include: Jenga, Dominos, Cards, Chess, Checkers, Connect 4. Time may be limited to 30 minute increments when busy. Also featuring a coloring sheet station!