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Sibs N Kids Weekend

The mission of Sibs N Kids is to create a unique bonding experience for students and families while building connections to the university and forming lasting memories through interactive programs that engage a diverse community.

2015 Sibs N Kids Weekend: April 10-12, 2015

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Sibs N Kids weekend welcomes siblings of all ages to the beautiful BGSU campus. The student planning committee and cooperating organizations are working hard to provide unique and fun programming for all ages. The weekend will consist of programming that appeals to children, adolescents, and young adults. Because this is an experience meant for BGSU students and their siblings, we take special care to provide opportunities for participants of all ages to have fun!

The University welcomes siblings of all ages to attend Sibs N Kids weekend, however, to be able to participate in the events during the weekend, participants must be 6 years of age or older. To register your sibling between the ages of 6 and 17, please click here. Participants 18 years of age or older can be registered when they arrive on campus for the weekend. If you plan on housing a sibling under the age of 6 within your residence hall, you are responsible for contacting your Hall Director to let them know.

The Sibs N Kids student planning committee and a wide variety of student organizations and campus departments are currently brainstorming and working on events for the weekend. Once all events have been finalized, a schedule for the weekend will be created and posted online. We are working on establishing a schedule as quickly as possible. Once we have a final schedule, it will be posted to the website and Facebook page. Keep checking back regularly for any updates.

There is no cost for registering and attending Sibs N Kids weekend at BGSU. We strive to ensure that most, if not all, programming on the weekend is free for all students. Any events that require an admittance charge will be labeled as such on the schedule, however, such events will be few.