Date: July 2, 2009
Contact: Carol Connelly, Director,
Media & Communication Services, ext. 5267, email@example.com
PNC Welcomes Public to Picnic and Enjoy the Campus
Westville – The Purdue University North Central 268-acre campus is open to the public to enjoy and visitors are welcome to come by to picnic, take a walking tour of the campus sculpture and hike the many walking paths.
Families, individuals, clubs or school groups who want to relax with a picnic on campus may bring their own food and refreshments. A picnic shelter is available near the pond on the north side of the campus. Picnickers there may enjoy watching the sculpture, Odysseus, as it floats effortlessly on the water.
A number of other picnic tables are available throughout the campus quad area. Guests are asked to please clean up after themselves. Trash containers are conveniently located. More information about picnicking on campus can be found at www.pnc.edu/picnic .
While on campus, visitors may take a walking tour of the more than 30 sculptures included in the Odyssey Arts and Sculpture Series. A map and more information about the sculpture series may be found at http://www.pnc.edu/odyssey/ .
A number of indoor exhibits are located in the PNC Library-Student-Faculty Building and the Technology Building . Art of local artist Jason Poteet graces the walls of the Cybercafe, pieces of the collection of George Sugarman, now housed at PNC, may be viewed in the Library, located on the building's third floor, and in the Assembly Hall, Room 02. Other dynamic and dramatic art is located in the cafeteria and on walls throughout the building. Information may also be found at http://www.pnc.edu/odyssey/ .
Building hours are Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. and Saturday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Visitors are reminded that alcohol is prohibited and that PNC is a tobacco-free campus.
A map and directions to PNC may be found at http://www.pnc.edu/maps .