What’s going on this Family Weekend?

One of SAU’s many traditions is Family Weekend. Family Weekend is a great time for your family to come down and visit while attending some of the planned events this weekend. Family Weekend is this weekend, November 3-5, there are events on each day for your family of all ages to participate in. Here’s the list of events for this year’s Family Weekend!

Friday, November 3rd

On Friday, SAU has tickets available for the Quad Cities Mallards Game at 7 p.m. located at the TaxSlayer Center in Moline, IL. SAU is providing 250 free tickets for this game. Each student can pick up 3 free tickets from the Student Activities Office located on the first floor of the Rogalski Center. If you need additional tickets, ticket are available at the TaxSlayer Center Box Office for $10. Stop by the Student Activities Office today to get your free ticket! Directions to the TaxSlayer Center.

Kat and Family

Saturday, November 4th

After spending your Saturday with your family in the Quad Cities, come back to campus and enjoy some of the free activities going on. Put your mind to the test by going to Trivia Night at 7 p.m. in the Rogalski Center Ballroom. Prizes include gift cards, cash, and so much more! Sign up your family today to win these awesome prizes!

After Trivia Night, head on over to the Bee Hive for Live at the Hive Karaoke! SAU Music Club is hosting Live at the Hive Karaoke for all students and families to attend starting at 10 p.m. in the Bee Hive! Come show off your great karaoke skills or come watch your peers!


Sunday, November 5th

Before Family Weekend comes to an end, think about going to the Family Weekend Mass at 10:30 a.m. in Christ the King Chapel.

Family Weekend has a lot of fun events for you and your family to attend, for more information about the events click here. If your family is not from the Quad Cities, make sure you go explore the Quad Cities with them throughout the weekend! Have a wonderful Family Weekend BEES!

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