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Brigham Young University Homecoming 2012 Calendar

Brigham Young University Homecoming 2012 Calendar

"Of Pillars and Cornerstones"

Tuesday, Oct. 9

11:05 a.m., Opening ceremonies, Marriott Center

Noon, BYUSA barbecue, Brigham Square

6 p.m., Hike and Light the Y, meet at Hinckley Center

Wednesday, Oct. 10

Noon, Noonday activities, Brigham Square

4 p.m., True Blue Football, Helaman fields

Thursday, Oct. 11

11 a.m., Alumni Achievement Lectures, various locations

Noon, Noonday activities, Brigham Square

7:30 p.m., BYU Spectacular, Marriott Center

Friday, Oct. 12

Noon, Noonday activities, Brigham Square

7:30 p.m., BYU Spectacular, Marriott Center

TBA, Dances

Formal, Chillon Reception Center

Semi-formal, Spark

Casual, Wilkinson Student Center Ballroom

For times and tickets, visit homecoming.byu.edu.

Saturday, Oct. 13

8:45 a.m., Kids race, BYU track

8:30 a.m., Pancake breakfast. Creamery on 9th, Sinclair Station on Southeast corner of campus, Maeser stairs and Botany Pond

9:45 a.m., Cougar Run, BYU track

10 a.m., Parade, starts at Marriott Center east parking lot

9:30 a.m., Stadium tailgate party, LaVell Edwards Stadium west parking lot

1:30 p.m., Football vs. Oregon State, LaVell Edwards Stadium

For more information, visit homecoming.byu.edu or call Charlene Winters, (801) 422-7579.

Writer: Charlene Winters

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