For the third straight year, the organizers of UW-Green Bay’s annual Alumni Days are inviting designers to submit proposals for the event’s special commemorative t-shirt. All designs will be presented to the alumni masses and will be selected by popular electronic vote in September. This year’s shirt will be printed on five different color T-shirts to represent five decades of UWGB graduates and will be unveiled at Alumni Days 2015 on Saturday, October 17. To learn more.
Organizers of UW-Green Bay Family Weekend and Alumni Reunion Days couldn’t have been luckier with the late fall weather that greeted their events over the weekend. The most-well attended events included the horse-pulled hayrides with nearly 700 people enjoying leisurely tours of campus; the Green and White Scrimmages featuring Phoenix basketball teams; the Lambeau Cottage campfire; the Saturday luncheon; the alumni photo show; and more. https://news.uwgb.edu/log-news/events/10/27/alumni-reunion-days-in-review/
Alumni Reunion Days are here! This two-day celebration of Phoenix pride begins today and runs through the end of the day Saturday, giving alumni, friends and family members a chance to celebrate all things UW-Green Bay. Interested alums can still sign up for the event — look for the Alumni Reunion Days registration table in the Alumni Rooms of the University Union from 3-9 p.m. today and 7:30 a.m.-7:30 p.m. Saturday. If social media is your thing, use the #gbreunion hashtag to document all the fun of the weekend’s events. Our news release has more info.
Every Friday is #Phoenix Friday, but this week (Friday, October 24) organizers cranked it up a notch with a mini-pep rally, a meet and greet with Green Bay men’s basketball coach Brian Wardle and a basketball-themed giveaway in the Union at Noon. Friday is your last chance to “Swap Your Logo” and save 20% on apparel at The Phoenix Bookstore, which has extended hours for Alumni Reunion Days and Family Weekend. Saturday Bookstore hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., with face-painting and balloon-making from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., Saturday. There are activities every waking hour of the weekend beginning with a Shorewood social (1970s) at 3 p.m. Friday. Go Phoenix! Go Green Bay!
The Green Bay men’s and women’s basketball teams welcome Phoenix fans to the Kress Events Center on Saturday, Oct. 25 for the annual FanFest and #PHXMadness. In conjunction with Alumni Reunion Days and Family Weekend, the FanFest event will begin at 1 p.m. in the Dick Bennett Gym while the #PHXMadness starts at 3 p.m. in the arena. All of the day’s events are free and open to the public, and fans will receive free schedule posters and schedule cards for both basketball programs. Also included: Scrimmages, a dunk contest, free throws with the Phoenix and, also for the kids, inflatables, face painting, balloons, games, an appearance from Phlash the Phoenix, and the opportunity to get autographs from your favorite Phoenix student-athletes. For details.
With over 25 events planned throughout the weekend, there’s something for everyone as part of Alumni Reunion Days this Saturday and Sunday (Oct. 24 and 25). The lineup includes Green and White Scrimmage Afternoon at the Kress, as follows:
3 p.m. — Women’s Basketball Scrimmage
; 3:30 p.m. — Dunk contest, 3 point contest and alumni/student competitions
; 4 p.m. — Men’s Basketball Scrimmage;
4:30 p.m. — Shoot around with both Phoenix Basketball teams
To learn more about Alumni Reunion Days.
With over 25 events planned throughout the weekend, there’s something for everyone at 2014 Alumni Reunion Days on campus, Friday and Saturday (Oct. 24 and 25). One of the highlights involves Saturday’s Alumni Photography Show. Captain’s Walk and Von Stiehl Wineries will be providing the wines for the accompanying Wine and Cheese Tasting and a sommelier will be onsite to discuss the wines in greater detail. Renard’s Cheese is providing a wonderful sampling of cheeses that pare well with the wines offered. To learn more about Alumni Reunion Days, visit www.uwgb.edu/alumni. To register for Alumni Reunion Days, please visit 2014GBReunion.
The Phoenix Bookstore will be busy this weekend in conjunction with Family Weekend and Alumni Reunion Days events. On Friday (Oct. 24), the store will remain open until 6 p.m. Saturday hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. with a 20 percent discount on most items extended to all shoppers. Face painting and balloon art will take place between 9 a.m. and 1 p.m. under the “Big Top Tent” along with an area for rest and coloring.
UW-Green Bay hosts its second annual Alumni Reunion Days on campus Friday and Saturday, Oct. 24 and 25. Among the new twists this time around will be a Friday gathering from 6 to 11 p.m. at Lambeau Cottage, which could draw one of the largest public gatherings at the facility since its refurbishing nearly a decade ago. The overall weekend pass of $25 is good for one or two people. Each additional guest is $5. Pre-registration is strongly advised so tickets can be included when guests arrive to pick up their packets at the University Union’s Alumni Room. Read more.
The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay will host its second annual Alumni Reunion Days on campus Friday and Saturday, Oct. 24 and 25.
The 2014 celebration will pair some of the more popular elements from last year’s inaugural weekend — sporting and entertainment events, an all-campus brunch — with new offerings including an afternoon gathering at Shorewood clubhouse, hayrides, an outdoor campfire and indoor social at historic Lambeau Cottage, an alumni photography show and more.
Friday night’s events from 6 to 11 p.m. at Lambeau Cottage could draw one of the largest public gatherings at the facility since its refurbishing nearly a decade ago. NFL Hall of Fame coach and Packers founder Curly Lambeau had the small home designed and built in 1941. He often entertained there, especially when the Packers held training camp at Rockwood Lodge (now Bayshore County Park) near Dyckesville, about 10 miles away. It was acquired by the state in 1978 to complete campus holdings along the bay. In recent years the University has used the cottage as a campus-community gathering space for staff retreats, donor entertaining, informal receptions and meetings.
The $25 registration fee is good for one or two people. Each additional guest is $5. Pre-registration is strongly advised so tickets can be included when guests arrive to pick up their packets at the University Union’s Alumni Room. To learn more or to register.
Friday, Oct. 24
3-9 pm Registration, Alumni Rooms in the Union
3-6 pm Shorewood social (1970s prices on select beverages)
6-11 pm Campfire and social at Lambeau Cottage
6:30-11 pm Chancellor’s Scholarship Dinner*
6:30, 9 pm CheapSeats movie (‘Planes: Fire & Rescue’)
7:30 pm UWGB theatrical event ‘Uncommon Women and Others’*
Saturday, Oct. 25
7:30 am-7:30 pm Registration , Alumni Rooms in the Union
8 am-4 pm Shorewood golf (9 holes with power cart)*
8-11 am: Intramural Co-Rec Volleyball Tournament
9 am-1 pm Balloon making and face painting
9 am-4 pm Historic UWGB exhibit with “Phorever Phoenix” scan-a-thon
11 am-12:30 pm SchmoozaPalooza Lunch with faculty, staff
12:30-1 pm Phoenix Pride T-shirt unveiling and alumni photo
1-3 pm Alumni ‘Photographs with a Purpose’ photo show, wine and cheese tasting
1-3 pm Phoenix Women’s Soccer vs Youngstown State
1-5 pm Guided, indoor walking campus tours (on the hour)
1-5 pm Hayrides through campus (on the 1/2 hour)
1-5 pm Phoenix Fan Fest
1-5 pm Interactive kids zone
1:30, 4, 6:30 pm CheapSeats movie (‘Planes: Fire & Rescue’)
3-5 pm Green and White Scrimmage, dunk contest, 3-point contest, Phlash’s birthday celebration, alumni/student competition and more
5 pm Specific reunions for student orgs, affinity groups (TBA)
7 pm Comedy City performance
7:30 pm UWGB theatrical event ‘Uncommon Women and Others’*
7:30 pm 360 All Stars ‘urban circus’ show at the Weidner*
8 pm Bingo and ice cream
Events with an asterisk (*) are available at an additional charge