During the morning of Saturday, September 16, 2017, the MSU Libraries held a wide variety of events, opportunities, and refreshments in and near Meyer Library, in conjunction with Family Weekend. Family members of all ages, as well as current MSU students and alumni, enjoyed augmented reality and virtual reality hands-on session, button making, carillon tours, giant jenga, sidewalk chalk, popcorn, sweet tea, and ice water. We also raffled off a VIP study room during the morning, for which over 300 people registered. A VIP study room is an 8 hour block of study room time stocked with snacks, pizza, and soft drinks. All the library faculty members, staff members, and student workers who contributed their time and effort, are thanked, including Jan Johnson, Nathan Neuschwander, Abbey Waterworth, Jaren Newman, Della McEntire, In Young Jang, and Paul Crader. Sarah Mabee, an independent contractor who is helping the MSU Libraries on several events and projects, led the planning and production of this successful cluster of events.