8 a.m.-3 p.m.
Visit registration for a complete list of open classrooms for visiting guests. Listen to a professor lecture to current UVM students.
8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
16th Annual Breast Cancer Conference
Sheraton Conference Center, Burlington, VT
The annual Breast Cancer Conference offers exhibits and education sessions for patients, survivors, and members of the medical community. This free community event offers over 70 different sessions and 50 different local exhibitors. Come for part or all of the day and help strengthen our breast cancer community. For more information please visit vtbreastcancerconference.org or call 802-656-2176.
10 a.m.-4 p.m.
EXHIBITIONS: Fleming Museum
11 a.m.-1 p.m.
The UVM Center for Sustainable Agriculture’s 2013 Party on the Farm
Old Stage Rd., Colchester, VT (free shuttle will leave Davis Center on main UVM campus at 10:30)
Join us in the beautifully renovated barn at a picturesque Champlain Valley dairy farm to mingle, enjoy a wood-fired pizza lunch featuring local, sustainably-produced food, visit with Center staff, and to learn from farmer Paul de la Bruere about what’s involved with a well-managed pasture.
Career Services HUB Open House
Career & Experience HUB, 1st Floor of Davis Center
Check out UVM’s new career and experiential learning center in the Davis Center. Career Services will be hosting an open house and drop-ins for quick questions about resumes, LinkedIn, or networking strategies. For more information about UVM Career Services, visituvm.edu/~career/ or call 802-656-3450.
UVM Family Business Awards
Davis Center, Livak Ballroom
Class of 1968 Hike or Bike Gathering
Join members of your class to hike Mt. Philo or bike from the Burlington waterfront. For the hike, please RSVP to Marti Webster email@example.com. In addition, meet at Mt. Philo State Park at 2:00 p.m. or in the Best Western Windjammer hotel lobby at 1:15 p.m., if you need a ride. For the bike ride, please RSVP to Sarah Dopp firstname.lastname@example.org. Meet at 2:00 p.m. at Local Motion (1 Steele St Burlington) to rent your bike and meet up with the group. There is a minimal fee for these activities and you have to choose one.
Vermont Farm Tours: Wine Tour $
Transportation provided from Royall Tyler Theater
Fall is probably the most spectacular season to visit Vermont’s wineries: grapes are ripe and the winery is abuzz harvesting and pressing the bounty. We’ll visit two idyllic Vermont wineries, taste unique varietals, and enjoy a behind-the-scenes winery tour. We’ll also explore a couple pairings with local artisan cheeses. To purchase tickets visitvermontfarmtours.com or call 802-922-7346.
Environmental Studies Open House
Bittersweet House (151 S. Prospect Street)
4- 5:30 p.m.
UVM Veterans Panel and Reception
Mt. Mansfield Room, Davis Center
Join us for the second annual UVM Veterans Panel and Reception. A panel of UVM alumni and students discuss the veteran student experience across the generations. A reception with light refreshments follows. This event is brought to you by the University of Vermont Veterans Assistance Committee.
5- 7 p.m.
Former Student-Athlete Reception
Halverson’s on Church Street
Former Vermont student-athletes are invited to rekindle friendships with fellow alumni and current staff and coaches. Informal gathering with a cash bar and full menu. Light appetizers will be provided.
ALANA Alumni Panel & Networking Dinner
Livak Ballroom & White Pine Lounge, Davis Center
Begin the evening with a light buffet dinner and networking followed by a panel of alumni who will talk about their current careers and how their experiences, both at UVM and beyond, have enabled them to have a meaningful impact on the communities they live in today. Reconnect with fellow alumni and the ALANA Student Center community, and network with current students. This event is free but seating is limited soregister early. For more information, contact Eileendudley@uvm.edu.
UVM Hillel Shabbat Service and Dinner $
Join UVM Hillel for a pluralistic student-run Shabbat service and/or a kosher Shabbat dinner. Registration required.
Welcome Back Tent Party $
Reunion & Homecoming and Family Weekend Tent, Davis Center and Bailey-Howe Library green space
Meet classmates, students, and friends at the tent for music, appetizers and drinks. You won’t want to miss this event! Enjoy a beer from two local breweries- Fiddlehead Brewery and Trapp Family Lager! Registration required.
Friday, October 4
UVM Program Board and the Vermont Cheese Council present Vermont Wine & Cheese Tasting
Waterman Manor, 4th Floor of Waterman Building
Join UVM experts to explore the bounty of Vermont wine, cheese and beer products. Featuring local wine, beer and cheese with a brief pairing lesson and history! $10, 21+ with valid id for wine and beer tasting, cheese tasting open to all.
Women’s Varsity Ice Hockey vs. Penn State
Gutterson Ice Rink
Cheer on the Catamounts!
Jazz After Hours
Brennan’s Pub, Davis Center1st Floor
Enjoy UVM’s student jazz musicians and relax in the Davis Center.