This year, the open house and kids fair portion of Shipwreck Weekend will be held in the Anthropology Building on the first floor. The rest of the Anthropology building will be open as well for a department wide Open House!

The Studies in Nautical Traditions Lecture Series will be held in the Blocker building in the Main Auditorium.

On the weekends, Lot 55 and 32 are free (no permit required) and fairly close to the Anthropology Building. Bear in mind that Shipwreck Weekend coincides with A&M's Parents Weekend, so the university will be very busy. More information about parking can be found here.

"No permit is required in unrestricted or plain marked spaces on Saturday, Sunday, or days when the University isĀ officially closed. Exceptions include Lot 30, Lot 40, the golf lot, special event parking and athletic events. Notifications are posted at the entrance to the lot(s) affected during these events. "


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