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SPICE 2010 Schedule of Events

SPICE 2010 Schedule of Events

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SPICE 2010 Schedule of Events
Sunday June 27
All dayArrive at Conference Center and check in at front desk.Pick up t-shirts andnametags at table in Lobby Lounge. Socialize with new and oldfriends. Settle into your room. Help with camp preparations orStore set-up.12:00-1:00Lunch in cafeteria5:00-6:00Dinner in cafeteria6:00-7:00Relax and socialize7:00-8:00Opening meeting (mandatory) for all attendees (kids and adults)in Heritage Hall.Organizers review schedule and give instructions. Adults pick upclass assignments and materials.8:00-l0:00Free time to socialize, prepare class materials, or help with Storeset-up inUniversity Room on lower level. Check out class assignmentsand room locationson posters outside Heritage Hall. Sign up if interested for familyportraits byprofessional photographer and adult craft classes with SusanZacher if space isstill available.10:00 onBuffalo Gals (moms) and Bulky Boys (dads) meet for late-nightsocializing.
Monday, June 29
7:45-8:45Breakfast in cafeteria9:00-12:00Heritage classes for children of all ages (attendance mandatory)12:00-1:00Lunch in cafeteria1:00-4:00Free time for all. Visit the Store or walk to campus pool (open 2-5:30, suitablefor strong swimmers only) Possible trips to the Windber Pool- seeposted timesand map available in the Lobby Lounge. Games stored in thePresident’s roomare available to adults who supervise kids using them in theLobby or downstairslounge. Professional photographer available for family photos –signup sheet ontable in Lobby Lounge.1:00-2:00 Conversational Hindi class -- Chris Futia2:00-4:00Adult craft class -- Susan Zacher
 
2:30-3:30SPICE “salon” open in Heritage Hall for Indian makeup (boys andgirls), mehendi(henna), hair arranging.4:00 sharpMeet in Lobby Lounge in ethnic attire and proceed to outdoorsite for groupphotos. After group photos, pose for photos of your own in frontof Indian flagor wherever you like.5:00-6:00Dinner6:00-7:00Relax, socialize, visit the Store7:00-8:00Game Night! Come join friends old and young in Heritage Hallfor family games.8:00-10:00Movies for kids in Lobby Lounge. Store is open. Games stored inthe President’sroom are available to adults who supervise kids using them inthe Lobby ordownstairs lounge.9:00-10:00Adult book discussion hosted by Janice Ferrick. Selected readingis Cutting forStone by Abraham Verghese.10:00 onBuffalo Gals and Bulky Boys meet for late-night socializing.
Tuesday, June 30
7:45-8:45Breakfast in cafeteria9:00-12:00Heritage classes for children of all ages (attendance mandatory)12:00-1:00Lunch in cafeteria1:00-5:00Free time for all. Visit the Store or walk to campus pool (open 2-5:30, suitablefor strong swimmers only) Possible trips to the Windber Pool- seeposted timesand map available in the Lobby Lounge. Games stored in thePresident’s roomare available to adults who supervise kids using them in theLobby or downstairslounge.1:00-2:00“SPICE Cares” activity. Help assemble goody bags to send tochildren in India!2:00-3:00Indian friends from JRISA will show parents and kids how to makechappatis anddo mehendi (henna).3:00-4:00Conversational Hindi class with Chris Futia.3:00-4:00Outdoor games for all ages coordinated by Bill Wheatley-Heckman (meet inLobby Lounge and head outside to play.) Cricket with Meg Word-Sims.
 
5:00-6:00Dinner5:00-7:00Teen dinner out (with chaperones) at place to be determined.7:00-8:00Dance party in Heritage Hall. Learn an Indian folk dance andthen rock out tothe latest Bollywood dance tunes.8:00-9:00Travel presentation -- kids present slides from their recent tripsto India.9:00-10:00Adult discussion -- Carole Nebhut, facilitator. Selected topic is“Parenting WithLove and Logic.”10:00 onBuffalo Gals and Bulky Boys meet for late-night socializing.
Wednesday, July 1
7:45-8:45Breakfast in cafeteria9:00-12:00Heritage classes for children of all ages (attendance mandatory)12:00-1:00Lunch in cafeteria1:00-2:30Free time for all.2:30-3:00Children and adults return to classrooms to dress/prepare forchildren’s program3:00-4:30Children’s program in Heritage Hall.4:30-5:00All members help with cleanup in Heritage Hall, open spaces,and classrooms.5:00-6:00Dinner in cafeteria6:00-7:00Free time. Store is open for the last time, with sale prices onmuch of themerchandise. Games stored in the President’s room areavailable to adults whosupervise kids using them in the Lobby or downstairs lounge.7:00-8:30Closing meeting in Heritage Hall for feedback and planning:mandatory forparents, encouraged for teen and young adults. Children meet infront of LLC for outdoor games and supervised play. TreasureHunt for younger children led by Jan Shields.8:30-10:00Help pack up heritage camp materials and leftover storemerchandise. Check allpublic spaces for last minute cleanup. Games stored in thePresident’s room are available to adults who supervise kids usingthem in the Lobby or downstairs lounge.8:30-9:00Outdoor water sponge fight in front of the LLC.9:00-9:30Sparklers for all in front of the LLC!8:30-10:00Movies for kids in Lobby Lounge.10:00 onBuffalo gals and Bulky Boys meet for late-night socializing.
Thursday, July 2

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