(Nov. 7, 2013) -- UTSA will host the annual "Kids and Sibs" pre-game event from 9 to 11 a.m., Saturday, Nov. 9 in Bill Miller Plaza at the Downtown Campus.
The free and public event is sponsored by the Office of Student Activities and the Campus Activities Board as part of UTSA Family Weekend, Nov. 8-9.
"This special event is a unique bonding experience for students and families while building connections to the university and forming lasting memories through interactive programs," said Keith Pilger, coordinator of student activities at the UTSA Downtown Campus.
The event will feature a Dr. Seuss and the Lorax theme emphasizing sustainability. There will be a magician, the Doodle Train, inflatables, a balloon artist, crafts and a photo booth.
Free breakfast will be provided, and the first 100 visitors to check in will receive free bus tokens to ride VIA shuttles to and from the Alamodome for the football game.
>> For a complete list of events, visit the UTSA Family Weekend website.
>> For more information about "Kids and Sibs," contact Keith Pilger at 210-458-2836.
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