Centered on Community
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College Welcomes All to Community Day
The entire Albion community is invited to Albion College's campus on Saturday, September 8, for a family-friendly Community Day celebration.
8 a.m.: Youth league football games, in Victory Park and at the Albion College Dow Athletic Complex, located at the intersection of Hannah and East Erie Streets
10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.: Carnival activities for children and adults, Dow Athletic Complex at Hannah and East Erie Streets. Children aged 2-12 can also meet Albion College's mascot, Brit, and sign up for the new Brit Kids Club.
11 a.m. Volleyball, Albion vs. Saint Mary's, Kresge Gymnasium (west end of College Quadrangle)
1 p.m.: Football, Albion vs. Wheaton College. Tickets are $6-$5/adults, $4/students, free for children under 5 years. Tickets can be purchased at the gate.
3:30 p.m.: Men's soccer, Albion vs. Spring Arbor, Alumni Field (east end of the Dow Athletic Complex)