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Campbellsville U Homecoming continues today, 28 Oct 2017

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By Campbellsville University Alumni

The 2017 Campbellsville University Homecoming continues today, Saturday, October 27, 2017, with 1st Annual Alum Mile at 6:30amCT/7:30amET.

The complete Saturday Schedule follow:

Saturday-October 27, 2017

- 6:30amCT/7:30amET - 1st Annual Alum Mile
Attention all runners and walkers, get registered now for the first ever Alum Mile! This event is a 1 mile run/walk around the beautiful campus of CU. Registration begins at 6:30amCT/7:30amET at the Ronnie and Laura Hord Athletic Indoor Facility, 204 Tiger Way, Campbellsville, KY. Race will begin at 7:30amCT/8:30amET with refreshments and awards following. Entry fee will be by donation only.
- 07:00am-10amCT/08:00am-11amET - Buffet Breakfast - Winters Dining Hall
Come enjoy good home cooking at the Winters Dining Hall, 411 N Columbia Avenue. Pioneer College Caterers Inc. will have a buffet breakfast available for $6. Enjoy spending time with current CU students and classmates as you eat a delicious breakfast!
- 08:00amCT/09:00amET - History of Campbellsville University and City of Campbellsville Exhibit - Student Activity Center, 106 University Drive
Take a walk through time as artifacts are on display from the CU archives! See CU has changed through the last 111 years yet holds true to her mission! Also, the Bicentennial Committee will have historical artifacts and information on the 200 years of the City of Campbellsville. Be sure to stop by as Campbellsville University and the City of Campbellsville come together to celebrate a combined 311 years of heritage.
- 08:00amCT/09:00amET - Homecoming Car Cruise
Come see cars from all years at the annual Homecoming Car Cruise.
- 09:00amCT/10:0pmET - Alumni Registration - Stapp Lawn
Be sure to stop by the Alumni Tent on Stapp Lawn and let us know you're here! Everyone who registers will be entered into a drawing for door prizes! Door prizes will be drawn throughout the day! Campbellsville University welcomes you home!
- 09:00amCT/10:0pmET - Honoring the Past: Alumni Group Exhibition- Pence Chowning Art Gallery, 205 N Columbia Avenue
Alumni artists come together in the first homecoming group exhibition to "Honor the Past". Stop in to visit with the artist and see their amazing work!
- 09:00amCT/10:0pmET - Preparing for the Future: Art & Design Students Exhibition -Susan Kirkland Tesseneer Art Studio 201 University Drive
A pop-up exhibition for current Art & Design students as they "Prepare for their Future". What better way to celebrate Homecoming than spending time with our current Tigers! Drop by to visit with students and see their art work first hand!
- 09:00amCT/10:0pmET - Art Sale - Chowning Art Shop, 503 N Columbia Avenue
Artwork from Alumni, Faculty, Staff and students is available for purchase with proceeds supporting the Art & Design Department. Various media are represented including printmaking, watercolor, ceramics, woodwork, fiber arts and more.
- 09:00amCT/10:0pmET - Alumni 3pt Challenge - Powell Athletic Center, 203 Tiger Way
Calling all Tiger and Lady Tiger Basketball alumni! Do you ever dream of just one more chance to step on the court as a Tiger? Join in the fun with this brand new event! Come show everyone you still have it. CU Coaches and players will head up this challenge. Not a CU Tiger Basketball alum but still have skills? This event is open to anyone, come out and compete against the best.
- 09:30am-11:00amCT/10:30am-12pmNoonET - Book Signing with Dr. John Mark Carter
Drop by the Davenport Student Commons, 410 N Hoskins Avenue, to visit with Dr. John Mark Carter. Dr. Carter will be signing copies of his new book, "The Parsons' Sons" and telling stories of his many years at Campbellsville Cllege and Campbellsville University.
- 09:30amCT/10:30amET - Homecoming Festival
The Homecoming Festival will have new and exciting attractions this year along with crowd favorites! The climbing wall will be back for those wanting to test their skills as they scale the wall! New this year will be a petting zoo, and Archery Tag! This activity is sure to be a hit and new favorite! Plus, you just never know when you'll see a Tiger walking around campus!
- 10amCT/11amET - Homecoming Parade - Main Street, Downtown Campbellsville
CU welcomes Dr. Ken Winters, Dr. W. R. Davenport, Dr. Michael V. Carter and First Ladies as Grand Marshalls for this year's parade! Also, Cars of the Centuries will take part in the parade to pay homage to the importance of transportation, and celebrate Campbellsville's Bicentennial! Be sure to find a spot along the parade route and cheer for your alma mater as the Tiger Marching Band, club floats and classic cars cruise by! The parade will start on Main Street in downtown Campbellsville, turn right onto Columbia Avenue and then turn left onto University Drive.
- 10:30amCT/11:30amET - Lunch on the Lawn - Stapp Lawn, 102 University Drive
Visit one of our vendors on Stapp Lawn for a great meal in a wonderful atmosphere. Set under the tents as you enjoy lunch with friends, family, classmates, and current students. Make plans now to meet up at Lunch on the Lawn. There's sure to be something for everyone.
- 11:00amCT/12pmNoonET - Music by Steel Appeal - Chowning Patio by Books n Beans, 106 University Drive
While enjoying lunch on Stapp Lawn, enjoy the smooth sounds of Steel Appeal. Guaranteed to be something rarely seen in Kentucky, stop by the Chowning Patio and experience the steel drum rhythms in the heart of Campbellsville University!
- 01:01pmCT/02:01pmET - Fighting Tiger Football vs. Georgetown, Finley Stadium, 204 Tiger Drive
The Fighting Tigers and Georgetown are kicking off on Finley Standard Time for the Homecoming football game. Also, the 2017 Homecoming Queen will be crowned at halftime. This is an event you do not want to miss!
-07:00pmCT/08:00pmET - Men's Soccer vs. Oakland City University - Finley Stadium, 204 Tiger Drive
The Tigers are hosting Senior Night at Finley Stadium as Oakland City University comes into Tiger Town.
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Unbeatens CU and Georgetown square off today at CU homecoming

2017-10-28 - Finley Stadium, 204 Tiger Way, Campbellsville University, Campbellsville, KY - Photo by Jordan Alves.
Jaceree Caldwell (99) and the Campbellsville Tigers take their 6-0 mark into its homecoming game against No. 9 Gerorgetown College (6-0) on Saturday afternoon, October 28, 2017, at 1:01pmCT/2:01pmET, a major highlight of Homecoming activities today. Both teams are unbeaten. Clicking on Read More accesses todays Homecoming Schedule.

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2017-10-28 - Finley Stadium, 204 Tiger Way, Campbellsville University, Campbellsville, KY - Photo By Maggie Calvert, CU.
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