Save the date! March 17 for Grandparents Day at SWU


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A relaxing bus tour of the historic Southern Wesleyan University campus is one of the highlights of Grandparents Day March 17 at the Central campus. Grandparents Day is a time for making family connections while sampling campus life.


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CENTRAL – Grandparents Day at SWU, hosted on March 17, will be a time for making family connections while getting a taste of campus life, sharing meals with grandchildren, touring the historic campus and taking in a musical production.

It’s a day for grandparents to make new memories with family photos, visit classes and see firsthand their student’s campus home. Continental breakfast, lunch and snacks are provided with registration.

They can also take advantage of discounts at the University Bookstore and Blue Hill Coffee & Tea Co., a free bucket of golf balls at the P.B. Wood Driving Range, as well as participate in an informative estate planning seminar.

Grandparents and their grandchildren can enjoy “Smokey Joe’s Cafe,” a student musical production, at Newton Hobson Chapel and Fine Arts Center.

Tickets are $25 per grandparent or special guest and SWU students can participate in all Grandparent’s Day activities for free. Pre-registration is encouraged as space is limited.

For additional details about Grandparents Day, contact Leah Moyer at 864-644-5009 or email [email protected] A complete schedule can be viewed at swu.edu/grandparentsday.

A relaxing bus tour of the historic Southern Wesleyan University campus is one of the highlights of Grandparents Day March 17 at the Central campus. Grandparents Day is a time for making family connections while sampling campus life.
http://sentinelprogress.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/web1_swugrandparentsday.jpgA relaxing bus tour of the historic Southern Wesleyan University campus is one of the highlights of Grandparents Day March 17 at the Central campus. Grandparents Day is a time for making family connections while sampling campus life. Courtesy photo

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