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Sibling Saturday

The Sibling Saturday 2023 date will be announced in the Fall 2022 semester


Sibling Saturday LogoSibling Saturday is held in the spring semester and is designed to bring siblings of Texas Tech students aged 8-15 to visit the Texas Tech campus. The schedule includes an afternoon of activities chosen to get Texas Tech students involved with their little brothers or sisters and create great memories.

Read the Sibling Saturday FAQ

Other Ways to Connect with Your Sibling

Sibling Saturday - Online ActivitiesSibling Saturday - Lubbock ActivitiesSibling Saturday - At Home Activities

Online

Red Raider Trivia

Red Raider Trivia coming soon!

Test your knowledge of Texas Tech and learn some new fun facts.

Red Raider Coloring Book

Download and print a copy of the Red Raider Coloring Book.

In Lubbock

Opportunities for you and your sibling to spend time in the city of Lubbock.

 

Year-Round Attractions

Buddy Holly Museum

American Wind Power Museum

  • 1701 Canyon Lake Drive. For more information and hours of operation, visit windmill.com

Wolfforth Farmer's Market

  • 8924 CR 2100. Saturday mornings 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. Fresh, locally grown produce and crafts from local vendors. For more information about this event, visit https://www.wolfforthfarmersmarket.com/

Prairie Dog Town

  • Inside Mackenzie Park off of 4th Street and Interstate 27. Protected prairie dog colony. Additional information can be found here.

Other ways to Explore Lubbock

Find special events activities using our Family Days Calendar.

At Home

Activities that you and your sibling can do at home.

  • Visit your local parks
  • Go hiking/fishing together
  • Plan a movie night - it can even feature Texas Tech Alumni
  • Have dance/music night
  • Cooking a meal or bake together
  • Have a family game night
  • Download and print a copy of the Red Raider Coloring Book

 

 

Hear what others have to say about Sibling Saturday

"I liked getting to show my sister around the campus. The classroom experience was fun because they did cool experiments and my little sister got called to the front with the engineering professor. My best memory was probably just getting to spend time in my new house and city with my little sister. It was overall a great experience that I will cherish memories from for a lifetime."
Sibling Saturday Participant

"Sibling Saturday really helped me show my sister the joy of going to college and the possibilities that are out there. For the first time my little sister is excited about going to college!"
Sibling Saturday Participant

"Sibling Saturday was a wonderful way for our 10-year-old to reconnect with her big sister! They both had a blast and we plan to participate every year."
Kim Turner, Lubbock