9 a.m. – 2 p.m.       Reunion Registration
Welcome to Berry! When you arrive  on campus, please  visit the Krannert Center to obtain your  welcome packet and  to let us know you have  arrived. While  registering, you will be able to view the  Berry Family  Tree, a map  of Berry  family members’ locations around the world as well as the  flags representing those countries. Additional reunion T-shirts  will be for sale for $10 each.
Krannert Center

9 – 11 a.m.             Tour  of Oak Hill  House and Garden and The Martha Berry Museum
Oak  Hill is the  Berry  family’s ancestral home, built  in the  1880s  by patriarch Thomas Berry.   Berry College  Museum Director Tim Brown will showcase exciting  developments at Oak Hill, including the  Hillside Garden restoration and  the assembly of  Berry  College’s extraordinary art collection. A special exhibition of Berry  family pewter objects, from  the  collection of Alexander and  Honey Glover, will be on display  in the  museum’s Court of Honor.
The tour  begins  at The Martha Berry Museum

10 – 11:45  a.m.    Berry Trail  Rides at the  Gunby Equine Center
Enjoy  a trail  ride led by Berry  College  students. Berry’s 27,000 acres include pristine forests  with  miles of trails.  In the  event  of inclement weather, the  trail  rides  will be canceled. Space is limited to 8 riders. Riders  must  be at least  13 years  old.

11a.m.  – 1 p.m.     Lunch at the  Krannert Dining Hall
Experience delicious student dining on campus. Use the  lunch pass provided in your  packet to enjoy  the  many  all-you-care-to-eat selections available and  join other family members inside  or outside by the  waterfall of the  Kilpatrick Commons. Complimentary anytime between 11 a.m. and  1 p.m.

2:15 – 4:15 p.m.    Historic Tour  of the  Berry College Campus
Enjoy  a docent-led bus tour  of Berry  College,  the  world’s largest college campus and  the  shining legacy of Martha Berry’s vision. Showcasing Berry’s preservation initiatives, this tour  includes stops  at Berry’s most  extraordinary sites, including the  Old  Mill and  Roosevelt Cabin.
Transportation departs  from  the Cage Center  parking lot at 2:15 p.m.

2-3:45 and             Berry Trail  Rides at the  Gunby Equine Center
3:45-5 p.m.            Enjoy  a trail  ride led by Berry  College  students. Berry’s 27,000 acres include pristine forests  with  miles of trails.  In the  event  of inclement weather, the  trail  rides  will be canceled. Space is limited to 8 riders per group. Riders  must  be at least  13 years  old.

3 – 4 p.m.               Tour  of the  Rollins Center and Berry College Dairy
Adults  and  children will enjoy  this tour  that includes petting the  calves  and  a visit to the  milking parlor. A brief history of the  Berry  College  herd is also included. Space is limited to 30.
Bus  transportation departs  from  The Cage Parking Lot  at 2:50 p.m.

3 – 5 p.m.               Tea at the  Library
Enjoy  afternoon tea with  Ginger Cookies and  Buttermilk Cornbread made from  historic Oak  Hill recipes, browse Berry  family publications, get a sneak peak  at the  Martha Berry  Digital  Archives, and  more!   Coordinated by Sherre Harrington, Director of Memorial Library and  Michael O’Malley,  Archivist and  Assistant Librarian.
Memorial Library

6 p.m.                     Berry Family Reunion Photo and Cookout at the  House o’ Dreams
Enjoy  a rare  visit and extraordinary evening at Martha Berry’s personal retreat, the  House o’ Dreams, on top  of Lavender Mountain. Due  to road and  parking limitations, bus transportation is provided.
Bus  transportation departs from  The Cage Parking Lot  at 5:30 p.m.
(Rain  location will be the  Spruill  Ballroom, Krannert Center)

9 p.m. – midnight  Pew  Observatory
Dr. Todd  Timberlake, Associate Professor of Physics  and  Astronomy, and  Berry  College  science students will host  Berry  family stargazers at the  observatory and  provide an opportunity to learn more  about the  astronomy program. A bus will depart the  House o’ Dreams at 8:30 p.m. Advance reservations are required – limit 25 persons.
Mountain campus at the southern foot  of Lavender Mountain