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Homecoming 2008 calendar

Schedule of Events

Brigham Young University Homecoming 2008

Tuesday, October 7

11:05-11:50 a.m., Homecoming Opening Ceremonies [Marriott Center]

Noon-1 p.m., BYUSA Barbecue [Brigham Square]

6:30-7:30 p.m. (departure time), Hike and Light the "Y" [Hinckley Center]

Wednesday, October 8

Noon-1 p.m., BYUSA Noonday Activities [Brigham Square]

4-6 p.m., True Blue Football [Helaman Field]

Thursday, October 9

11-11:50 a.m., College Honored Alumni Lecture Series [ various locations]

Noon-1 p.m., BYUSA Noonday Activities [Brigham Square]

7:30-9 p.m., Spectacular [Marriott Center]

Friday, October 10

Noon-1 p.m., BYUSA Noonday Activities [Brigham Square]

7:30-9 p.m., Spectacular [Marriott Center]

8:30 p.m., Homecoming Dances [various locations]

All Day, Reunions [various locations]

Saturday, October 11

8:45 a.m., Kids Race [BYU Track]

9:45 a.m., Cougar Run [BYU Track]

8:30 a.m., Pancake Breakfast [Maeser stairs, Creamery on 9th, Sinclair Station, Botany Pond]

10 a.m., Homecoming Parade [starts in the Marriott Center East Parking Lot]

2 p.m., Stadium Tailgate Party [West Stadium Parking Lot]

2 p.m., Hinckley Center Tailgate Party [Hinckley Center]

4 p.m., Football Game vs. New Mexico [LaVell Edwards Stadium]

8:30 p.m., Homecoming Dances [various locations]

All Day, Reunions [various locations]

Writer: Angela Fischer

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