Viking Family Day on Saturday, October 2 - Featuring:
- Outdoor miniature golf in the Harrington Campus quad from 12-4 pm. Play on a nine-hole course between Marsh and Atlantic halls.
- Word Art Mugs in Starbucks at Viking Hall, where you can imprint letters on a souvenir mug.
- Salem Shuttle traveling continuously from the Bookstore bus stop to the Essex Street pedestrian mall where you can explore Downtown Salem from 12-5pm.
- Penny Packer's Food Truck with FREE food while it lasts as of 12pm near Marsh Hall
- Free Brunch in Marsh Dining Hall for parents and families.
- The Salem State Bookstore, open from 11 am-3 pm.
- Men's Soccer vs. Framingham State at Alumni Field at 12pm
- Women's Tennis vs. UMass Boston at Harrington Campus Tennis Courts at 1pm
- Women's Soccer vs. Framingham State at Alumni Field at 2pm
In case of rain, events will be moved into the Central Campus Cafe, where masks and capacity limits to maintain social distancing are required. Downtown shuttle is dependent on the weather.
All campus health and safety protocols will be enforced, including taking attendance for all participants, while current students use the Presence app for attendance and the CoVerified app to show symptom-free status.
Parents and families join us later in October for Salem State Theatre performances:
Request tickets for "Orlando" by Sarah Ruhl, for one of these performances:
- October 14-16, 7:30 pm
- October 17, 2 pm
- October 21-23, 7:30 pm
- October 24, 2 pm
Email email@example.com to request free tickets
Based on the Virginia Woolf novel, this is the story of a young nobleman who is drawn into a love affair with Queen Elizabeth I. For a time, life at court is interesting enough, but Orlando yearns for something more. As he strives to make his way as a poet and lover, his travels keep him at the heart of a dazzling tale where gender and gender preferences shift regularly, usually with hilarious results. The New York Theatre Wire says, Orlando is a “subtle and satiric commentary on the status of men and women”. His swashbuckling journey to define himself (herself…?) is sure to entertain and enlighten. Mature themes. Appropriate for teens, not young children.