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					                          Parents Weekend
                       November 2 - 4, 2012
              Indiana University – Bloomington Campus
                         Tentative Schedule

Friday, November 2, 2012
INDIANA MEMORIAL UNION
The Indiana Memorial Union welcomes you for Parents’ Weekend!
The Indiana Memorial Union, known on campus as the IMU, is a vibrant gathering place
for students, faculty, staff, alumni and guests of the university. The IMU is the center of
campus life. The IMU has a staggering 500,000 sq. feet of space making it one of the
largest student unions in the world.
The IMU offers a variety of convenient shopping and service venues all under one roof
and at the center of campus. Some of the programs and services include several dining
venues, banking, bowling and billiards, a student technology center, a bookstore, and a
hotel and conference center.
We invite you to enjoy one of these events during Parents’ Weekend.

Friday through Sunday
Parents Bowl Free
The Back Alley welcomes all parents to Indiana University. As our guests, parents can
bowl free (shoe rental included) when accompanied by their IU student. Automatic
scoring is available. Glow-in-the-dark “cosmic” fun is offered during the evening on
weekends. The Back Alley also offers vintage pinball games and billiards. The Back
Alley is located on the Mezzanine level of the IMU.

Wylie House Tour, 10 a.m.– 2 p.m., 317 E. Second Street
Take a tour of one of Bloomington’s oldest surviving structures. Wylie House, built in
1835 by IU’s first president, Andrew Wylie, is now operated as a historic house
museum. The home is furnished in period antiques, including some significant Wylie
family artifacts. Wylie House and its heirloom garden is just a 15 minute walk southwest
from the Indiana Memorial Union. Call 812.855.6224 for more information.

Lilly Library Tour, 4:00 p.m., East 7th Street
The Lilly Library, IU’s rare book and manuscript library, has more than 400,000 rare
books and 7,500,000 manuscripts. See highlights from the collections such as the New
Testament of the Gutenberg Bible, an Oscar won by director John Ford, the elephant folio
of Audubon's Birds of America, and some of the world’s smallest books. The Slocum
Room featuring over 400 mechanical puzzles will also be open. Library hours are Friday
9 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Saturday, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.




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Herman B Wells Library
North Jordan Ave. & East 10th St.
Among the most popular destinations for students on the IU campus, the Herman B Wells
Library is a vibrant, high-tech environment for research and learning. The expansive
Information Commons in the library’s west tower provides both individual and group
workstations, making it easy for students to work independently on course assignments or
collaborate with classmates on research projects and presentations. Librarians and
information technology staff are on site and online until midnight daily, ready to answer
questions, solve problems, and help students find the resources they need. Beyond
offering convenient and reliable access to information and research materials, the Wells
Library provides the spaces critical for learning – instructional labs for specialized
workshops, Writing Tutorial Services, group study rooms, quiet study floors, meeting
areas with flexible seating, a café, and a food court. Parents are encouraged to stop by
and visit anytime.

Campus Recreational Sports SRSC and HPER Tours, Informal tours, 10am - 8pm,
Friday through Sunday, SRSC lobby and HPER Wildermuth Gymnasium
Tour and work out at one of the country's leading campus recreational sports facilities.
The 204,000 sq-ft Student Recreational Sports Center, built at a cost of $22.5 million, has
been one of the most active places on campus since it opened its doors in July 1995.
SRSC highlights include the Counsilman/Billingsley Aquatic Center, three multi-sport
gymnasiums, elevated running track and a strength and conditioning room equipped with
over 400 pieces of cardiovascular and weight-training equipment. At the School of
Health, Physical Education and Recreation Building, explore the historic Wildermuth
Gymnasium, visit the Royer Pool where legendary Olympic champion Mark Spitz
trained, or take a walk around Woodlawn Field and the sprawling tennis courts. Parents,
when accompanied by their son or daughter who is enrolled in IUB, can use the facilities
for free this weekend. The Student is required to bring their Valid student ID and the
parents also must present their Photo ID. Siblings can purchase a day pass. Age
policies apply. The SRSC is open Friday, 6am-9pm; Saturday, 8am-9pm; Sunday, 8am-
11:30pm; The HPER is open Friday, 11am-9pm; Saturday, 8am-9pm; Sunday 8am-
11:30pm. Visit "www.recsports.indiana.edu" for details.

Helene G. Simon Hillel Center, 730 E. Third Street, 812-336-3824, email
hillel@indiana.edu,
Friday night -- Shabbat Services and Dinner at the Helene G.
Simon Hillel Center, 730 E. 3rd St. Please join us for Shabbat services
at 6:30pm (Reform, Conservative and Orthodox services offered) followed by a
FREE, delicious home cooked Shabbat dinner (approximately 7:30pm). Any
questions call Hillel at 812-336-3824, email office@iuhillel.org or see our
website www.iuhillel.org

Chabad House – Jewish Student Center, 518 East seventh street, 812-332-4511, email:
rabbi@indiana.edu . For some students it’s a place of education and opportunity, for
other students it’s a place where lifelong friendships are formed. For some students it’s a
warm and welcoming place for Shabbat and holidays and for other students it’s a social

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center. But for all students it’s an oasis and a haven at Indiana University. Indiana
University Chabad House - It’s All About You.

Join us for a Shabbat experience @ Chabad House. Services at 5:30 p.m. followed by
dinner. Enjoy a delicious, home-cooked Friday night dinner complete with song,
celebration and stimulating conversation. (For dinner must RSVP) You are very welcome
to stop by any time during your visit!

IU Auditorium – Performances are TBA
Visit IUauditorium.com for more information and to purchase tickets.

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Saturday, November 3, 2012
Tudor Room Breakfast, * 8:00 to 10:30 a.m., Tudor Room
 “Red Hot Football Breakfast” No weekend visit to IUB is complete without a visit to
the Tudor Room. Located on the first floor of the IMU, the Tudor Room provides a
formal or casual dining atmosphere. Advance reservations are strongly encouraged and
can be made by calling (812) 855-1620.

Kelley School of Business Undergraduate Forum
Hall of Honor, second floor, 10:00am-11:30am
Light refreshments will be available. A special presentation is scheduled to begin at
10:15 a.m. in BU 219. Speakers will include, Dan C. Smith, Dean of the Kelley School of
Business, Kelley School of Business students and faculty, and a representative of the
Undergraduate Career Services Office.

School of Public and Environmental Affairs, second floor atrium –
Refreshments will be available beginning at 9:00 a.m., program starts 9:30 a.m.. Discuss
majors and careers in management, financial management, nonprofit management,
environmental management, environmental science, health care management, arts
management, public policy analysis and legal studies. SPEA boasts top-ranked programs
in environmental management, nonprofit management, public finance, and public
management. Drop by and learn how SPEA made these top grades.

Herman B Wells Library
North Jordan Ave. & East 10th St.
Among the most popular destinations for students on the IU campus, the Herman B Wells
Library is a vibrant, high-tech environment for research and learning. The expansive
Information Commons in the library’s west tower provides both individual and group
workstations, making it easy for students to work independently on course assignments or
collaborate with classmates on research projects and presentations. Librarians and
information technology staff are on site and online until midnight daily, ready to answer
questions, solve problems, and help students find the resources they need. Beyond
offering convenient and reliable access to information and research materials, the Wells

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Library provides the spaces critical for learning – instructional labs for specialized
workshops, Writing Tutorial Services, group study rooms, quiet study floors, meeting
areas with flexible seating, a café, and a food court. Parents are encouraged to stop by
and visit anytime.

Helene G. Simon Hillel Center, “Your Jewish home away from home” Tailgate Brunch
beginning 2 hours before the game (across from the IU Credit Union on the corner of
17th and Dunn) look for the Hillel tent and banner. Call 812-336-3824 or email
hillel@indiana.edu for more information. Join us to meet other Jewish students and their
families and celebrate the IU game. See what makes Indiana Hillel one of the most
exciting Hillel programs in the country.

St. Paul Catholic Center, 1413 E 17th St. www.hoosiercatholic.org
Join us for Mass: Saturday 4:30PM Sunday 8:30AM, 10:30AM, 12:30PM Spanish,
5:30PM and 9:00PM

Indiana University Art Museum Tour, 2- 3 p.m., East 7th Street,
www.artmuseum.iu.edu
Experience an I.M. Pei-designed museum building without traveling to Paris or
Washington. Located in the heart of campus on 7th Street and ranked among the foremost
university art museums in the country, the IU Art Museum’s soaring triangular atrium
leads you to galleries filled with extraordinary original works of art—from ancient gold
jewelry and African masks, to paintings by Monet and Picasso, and much more.
Enjoy a docent-led tour of selected highlights of the Art Museum’s collection from 2:00 –
3:00 p.m. Refreshments will be available at Angles Café & Gift Shop, located on the
museum’s 2nd floor. Angles features a variety of unique gifts, decorative items, and paper
goods that allow you to take a piece of the IU Art Museum home.
Admission is always free. Museum hours during the weekend are Friday and Saturday 10
a.m. – 5 p.m., and Sunday, Noon – 5 p.m.

Wylie House Tour, 10 a.m.– 2 p.m., 317 E. Second Street
Take a tour of one of Bloomington’s oldest surviving structures. Wylie House, built in
1835 by IU’s first president, Andrew Wylie, is now operated as a historic house
museum. The home is furnished in period antiques, including some significant Wylie
family artifacts. Wylie House and its heirloom garden is just a 15 minute walk southwest
from the Indiana Memorial Union. Call 812.855.6224 for more information.

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Parents Association Hospitality Tent
-- three hours prior to kickoff, **Memorial Stadium

All parents and families are invited to join us for a pre-game gathering under a tent on the
south side of the stadium, inside Hoosier Village. Look for our Parents Association sign.



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Enjoy complimentary lunch and visit with campus officials and Parents Association
Board members.
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   Football – IU vs. IOWA, time is TBA
              Phone – 1-866-IUSPORTS (487-7678)

      Don’t miss the excitement of Indiana Football! Plenty of time to tailgate before
       the game and then head inside to watch Coach Wilson and the Hoosiers let it rip
       against our Big Ten rival the Iowa Hawkeyes.
      New Stadium, New Experience!
      Special Parents Weekend price of $35 for adults***, if purchased in advance, and
       includes a hotdog and a Coke.. (Game day prices are $40.00 for adults.) Youth
       (18 years and younger) and IU students are $5.00 in advance & day of the game.
      Call 866-IUSPORTS (487-7678) to order your tickets today and mention
       “Parents Weekend”.

      ***Special price for Parents Weekend – must be purchased in advance by calling
       the phone number above.

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Sunday, November 4th , 2012
Sunday Morning Brunch, * 10:00 a.m. – 2 p.m., Tudor Room
 Wrap up your weekend with the best brunch in Bloomington at the Tudor Room. The
Tudor Room brunch features a wide variety of delicious entrees and treats to please both
parents and their student. Advance reservations are strongly encouraged and can be made
by calling (812) 855-9866.


IU Art Museum Tour, 2- 3 p.m., East 7th Street
Stop by anytime between Noon and 5:00p.m. to see art from around the world. Ranked
among the foremost university art museums in the country the galleries include Western
Art (Medieval to contemporary), and art from Asia, Africa, the Pacific Islands, and the
ancient Americas. Afterwards enjoy a visit the Angles Café and Gift Shop to rest your
feet, and enjoy a drink. Museum hours during the weekend are Friday and Saturday 10
a.m. – 5 p.m., and Sunday, Noon – 5 p.m.

Special Notes:

*Indicates charge for admission.


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**Time subject to change. In the event of a change in the starting time of the I.U. vs.
Iowa football game, most events will begin two hours prior to kickoff.


Parents Weekend is sponsored by:

IUB Parents Association –
Sponsored jointly by the Division of Student Affairs, the IU Foundation, and the IU
Alumni Association. The IU Parents Association offers families information about IU’s
programs, facilities, services and campus. (812-856-1626) email to philli@indiana.edu
or mykidis@indiana.edu. Visit our website at Website:
www.studentaffairs.iub.edu/parents

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Hotels, Motels, Bed & Breakfasts –
       Hotel rooms in Bloomington are limited. Please call the Convention and Visitors
       Bureau for hotel availability and phone numbers at 800-800-0037 or visit their
       Website at www.visitbloomington.com.

Downtown Bloomington
     First Friday Specials and Promotions --
     Downtown welcomes IU parents. Enjoy our vibrant historic courthouse square
     featuring over 400 shops and services, 90 restaurants, galleries and attractions.
     Visit www.downtownbloomington.com to see October's First Friday activities.

Parking on Campus –
      Parents can park in most areas of the campus from 8:00 p.m. Friday to 11:00 p.m.
      Sunday. This includes A and C spaces and D and E spaces adjacent to residence
      halls, but does not include 24 hour A spaces and reserved spaces. Check the
      website for more information. www.parking.indiana.edu.

Campus Information – The IUB Call Center
     The IU Call Center offers operator services to students, faculty/staff and parents
     24 / 7 / 365 from across the street or from around the world. Should you need a
     phone number or general information about the campus or events, call the
     Bloomington office at 812-855-IUIU (855-4848). Also, the operators can assist
     with directions and bus schedule information to get you where you need to be.
     Viewed as one of the important ‘front doors’ to the campus, the IU Call Center
     prides itself in cheerfully assisting callers with their informational needs.

Sjp
Parents Weekend 2012
Last updated: 05.08.2012
       Website: www.studentaffairs.iub.edu/parents



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