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Family Day at Moravian College set for Saturday, Sept. 26

Parents, siblings, other family members, and friends of Moravian College students will get a chance to experience campus life Saturday, September 26, during the college’s annual Family Day.

The day’s events begin with a morning "coffee session" where students and their families can chat with college administrators. Moravian College president Dr. Ervin Rokke will address the gathering.

Following the session, Family Day participants will attend one of several presentations on campus-related topics, including "Academic Opportunities Beyond the Classroom," "Twenty Years after Animal House: the Real Story on Campus" and "Students in Peril: Campus Support Systems for Emotionally Troubled Individuals."

Following a festive lunch in Johston Hall, students and families are invited to take guided tours of the Kemerer Museum of Decorative Arts in Bethlehem’s historic district. Family Day participants will also be able to take in the action as Moravian’s football, field hockey, and women’s tennis teams host games on Saturday. The day’s activities conclude with a Mass in Borhek Chapel and a Family Night dinner on campus.

For registration information on Family Day at Moravian College, contact the College’s information desk at 861-1491.