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Homecoming Hotel Accommodations for
September 20 and 21 Our host hotel is:
Fairfield Inn and Suites in Columbus/
9000 Worthington Rd.
Reservations must be made by Aug. 30. Call
614-568-0770 and mention Otterbein. Standard
double queens and king suites are $112. Check other hotel options
Alumni Registration will be located at the red and white
tent on Grove and Home during Saturday, September
21 from 8 a.m.–2 p.m. Pre-registration provides you
with an Otterbein gift. Register online
NEW Parade Route
The NEW Parade Route starts on the outdoor track at Memorial Stadium, heads north on Center Street, turns left onto Martin Drive, left onto North West Street, left on Park Street, and then left onto Grove Street and ends at Grove and West Home Streets.
See a map of the route (PDF).
Parking and Street Closures
Parking on Saturday, Sept. 21 is available at the
Campus Center, stadium lot off Center Street, West Park
Street parking lot. North Grove Street will be closed from
West Main Street north to West Home Street in front of the
Campus Center. West Home Street will be closed between the
building east and west parking lots.
Special Needs and Parking
Additional special needs parking will be available on
the east side of the Campus Center.
Alumni Volunteers Wanted
Volunteers are needed to assist with check-in, greeting
and much more. If you would like to volunteer during
Homecoming weekend, please contact the Office of
Alumni Relations at 614-823-1650 or alumniinfo@ otterbein.edu.
View the Edwin L. "Dubbs" Roush Hall of Champions
in the Clements Recreation Center featuring the
Athletic Hall of Fame members,
All-American athletes and the history of
Otterbein Athletics. First floor lobby.
Stroll the Uptown Shops
Make sure to check out "A Gal
Name Cinda Lou" owned by
Debbie Bennati '74. This store
features 700+ items including rock
and roll, jazz and blues records;
CDs, vintage clothes, jewelry,
housewares and furniture; all from
the '50s, '60s and '70s. Also, a great
collection of owls for our friends in
Sigma Alpha Tau!
Stop in to visit Amy Winter '06 and
her new Edward Loy Home Design
offering an eclectic blend of
new and vintage items including
furniture, home decor, jewelry and clothing.
There's always room for ice
cream. Stop by the Dairy
Queen owned by Sonny
Explore the Arts at Alum Creek Park
Enjoy performing and visual art
stations and short classes at the
"Passport to the Arts and Rising
Stars" sponsored by Westerville
Parks and Recreation Department.
Passport to the Arts offers young
people a fun way to explore new
forms of art media. Rising Stars is
a talent contest open to high school
and college age students.
9 a.m.-12 Noon, Grades 5 and
1-4 p.m., Grades 6+
6-8 p.m. Westerville's Rising Stars
Otterbein Thrift Shop
Stop by the coolest place on campus and
"Pop Some Tags" at the Otterbein Thrift Shop from
10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Park Street.
Visit the Bookstore in the Campus Center for
Cardinal Pride Wear! Great Vera Bradley