Community invited to participate in Brockport Homecoming & Family Weekend

By on September 20, 2019
Two men showing their Brockport spirit at the 2018 Homecoming football game.

Two men showing their Brockport spirit at the 2018 Homecoming football game.

Old traditions and new additions will bring together the greater Brockport community for Bport Homecoming & Family Weekend 2019, being held September 26 through 28, at The College at Brockport. A lineup of events – nearly 40 of them throughout three days – includes family activities, athletic competitions, pre- and post-game festivities, happy hours, anniversary celebrations, and more.

The Village of Brockport will be glowing green for the occasion. Those wishing to participate can display a green lightbulb in front of their business or home to take part. College students and staff are distributing green bulbs to community members throughout the village, and they may also be picked up in 213 Dailey Hall on campus.

Homecoming Highlights

•Brock ’N‘ Bowl – September 26, 9:30 p.m. Finish the day with friends and family at Brockport Bowl on Lake Road North.

•Special Olympics Fountain Dedication Ceremony – September 27, 9:30 a.m. Celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Fifth International Special Olympics contest at the College with an interpretive panel dedication.

•Custom House Happy Hour – September 27, 6 to 10 p.m. Wear Brockport gear and enjoy drink specials at 1 Main Street.

•Pancake Breakfast – September 28, 8 to 10 a.m. at Seymour College Union Ballroom.

•Village Parade – September 28, 11 a.m. The parade, which will march down Main Street in the Village of Brockport, will highlight student-built floats, musical acts, as well as police officers and firefighters from the community.

•Homecoming Festival – September 28, Noon to 2:30 p.m. This free event is open to the entire community and features food trucks, a Ferris wheel, carnival games, and more.

•Football Game vs. Alfred State College – September 28, 2 p.m. Watch the Golden Eagles, back-to-back defending Empire 8 champions, take on the Alfred State Pioneers at Eunice Kennedy Shriver Stadium.

•Homecoming Happy Hours – September 28, 6 to 9 p.m. Wind down from a weekend of festivities with drink specials at Bill Gray’s Tap Room, Barber’s, and Custom House.

“Bport Homecoming & Family Weekend provides an opportunity for our community to come together for a celebration of pride and spirit,” said Assistant Director for Student Union and Activities Ryan Giglia. “Engaging students and alumni with the entire Brockport community in a weekend filled with activities across campus is a time-honored tradition that incorporates new events each year.”

Some Homecoming activities require paid tickets or free registration. See the full schedule of events and registration info at

Use #bporthomecoming to share community spirit throughout the weekend.

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