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Troy Weekend Activities At a Glance

Schedule of Activities and Events Ole Miss vs. Troy Nov. 15-17, 2013

 Friday, Nov. 15
3:30-5:30 p.m. Lamar Museum: Community Art Day Vintage Postcards Art Day celebrating the letters and writing of LQC Lamar. Includes free admission to the museum with exhibits that highlight the life of Mississippi’s leading Statesman who served as a United States Representative and Senator, United States Secretary of the Interior in the first administration of President Grover Cleveland and an Associate Justice of the United States Supreme Court. LQC Lamar House, 616 N. 14th St.
6 p.m. Volleyball: Ole Miss vs. Georgia Gillom Sports Center7 p.m. Soccer: Ole Miss vs. Jackson State Ole Miss hosts the first round of the NCAA tournament. Ole Miss Soccer Stadium7:30 p.m. Scott Carrell Piano Recital The UM Department of Music welcomes guest pianist, Scott Carrell. Music Building

8:45-10:30 p.m. Ole Miss Alumni Band Banquet Restricted to Ole Miss band alumni and guests. For more information call 662-915-7375. Oxford Conference Center

9 p.m. The Grove opens to tailgaters. Click here for gameday parking info. and more.


Saturday, Nov. 16

7-11 a.m. Breakfast Breakfast available in Gertrude C. Ford Ballroom at The Inn at Ole Miss ($11.95 adults, $7.95 ages 6-12, children 5 and under eat free).

8 a.m. Rebel Fanfare Includes food vendors, inflatables and interactive games for children, the pregame radio show and appearances by the Ole Miss Cheerleaders, Rebelettes and Rebel. East Side of the Stadium, Gate 16

8-10 a.m. Triplett Alumni Center Open Due to the early kickoff time, the Ole Miss Alumni Association will not be hosting Members Only Area this weekend. The building will remain open, and all fans are invited to enjoy coffee and fellowship. Triplett Alumni Center

8:15-10 a.m. Student Alumni Council The Student Alumni Council will be selling T-shirts. Triplett Alumni Center, Front Lawn

8:30 a.m. School of Engineering Tailgate Alumni, faculty, staff, students and friends of the School of Engineering are invited to a tailgate prior to kickoff. For more information call 662-915-7375. Brevard Hall, Front Lawn

8:30 a.m. M-Club Room Open to active M-Club members and guests. Catering by Taylor Grocery, available for $15 per person. Starnes Center, M-Club Room

9 a.m. Walk of Champions The Grove

10:45 a.m. (Time Tentative) Veterans Field Recognition The annual salute to all military veterans and active-duty personnel. Ole Miss student veterans, local reservists and National Guardsmen will be honored on the field before and during the Ole Miss vs. Troy football game. National Guardsmen will display a field-size American flag during the national anthem. Tickets are free for veterans and their families with proof of service. A limited number of free tickets will be available for veterans, and will be given out on a first-come first-served basis. For more information regarding tickets, contact the Athletics Ticket Office at 662-915-7167, the UM Veteran’s and Military Services office at 662-915-5021, or UM ROTC office at 662-915-7238. For additional information on veterans week activities contact the university’s Veterans and Military Services office at 662-915-5021 or at umveterans@olemiss.edu. Vaught-Hemingway Stadium

11 a.m. Ole Miss Football: Rebels vs. Troy Wear Navy. Be Early. Be Loud. Vaught-Hemingway Stadium


Sunday, Nov. 17

7-11 a.m. Breakfast Breakfast available in Gertrude C. Ford Ballroom at The Inn at Ole Miss ($11.95 adults, $7.95 ages 6-12, children 5 and under eat free).

1:30 p.m. Volleyball: Ole Miss vs. Kentucky Gillom Sports Center

3 p.m. Verdi’s Requiem Crafton Beck will conduct the University of Mississippi Chorus and the Mississippi Symphony Orchestra for the performance. Joining the ensemble will be four vocal soloists, soprano Othalie Grahm, mezzo-soprano Janara Kellerman, tenor John Pickle and bass Mark Walters. For ticket information call 662-915-2787. Ford Center


Ongoing Exhibitions

University Museum Recollecting 1980-2012: Works by Ron Dale Noted ceramist and Oxford native, Ron Dale, showcases his works spanning over 20 years. Discover the evolution of his work featuring mixed media and ceramics. For more information visit museum.olemiss.edu or call 662-915-7073.


Please Note

Gameday Parking Plan to arrive earlier on campus this season. New parking regulations will slow gameday traffic, so please plan accordingly. For gameday parking FAQ, click here. For additional information on traffic and shuttle routes, click here.

Smoke-Free Campus In August 2012, the University of Mississippi introduced a new policy declaring the Oxford campus smoke free. Smoking is prohibited at all times, and at all locations of the University of Mississippi Oxford campus, including university-owned facilities, properties and grounds. For more information, click here.

Please Recycle Help keep the Grove clean and green this football season by recycling plastic bottles and aluminum cans. Recycling bins will be located throughout the Grove and inside the stadium. Recycling bags for your tent are available at dispensers located in front of the Union and in the Circle. Remember to recycle plastic and aluminum only – one piece of food costs an entire bag of recyclables. Ole Miss thanks you for your support. For more information, click here.

Helpful Websites

Ole Miss Gameday Information

Ole Miss Alumni Association

The Alumni Association on Twitter

The Alumni Association on Facebook

Rebel Network Club Calendar

The Inn At Ole Miss

Ole Miss Official Athletic Site

The University of Mississippi

Oxford-Lafayette County Chamber of Commerce

Oxford Convention and Visitors Bureau

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