Schedule

Last updated on 6/30/2017

AT A GLANCE

 

TIME EVENT Description
5:00 AM Swimming Hart Pool open 5 a.m. - 11 p.m. for Ed Week participants. Provide your own modest swimsuit. Free!
7:00 AM Fitness Center and Courts Hart Fitness Center open 5 a.m. - 9 p.m. $3 rental fee for clothing. No children under 12; ages 12-14 with parent. Courts and track in the BYU-Idaho Center and Hart open 5 a.m. - 11 p.m.
9:00 AM Opening Session Gerald Lund will be presenting in the Taylor Chapel.
9:00 AM Ropes Course Two-hour activity. Limited tickets available at check-in.
10:20 AM Planetarium: Perfect Little Planet Limited tickets available at check-in.
10:20 AM Garden Tour Guided tour by Reese Nelson. Limited tickets available at check-in.
10:20 AM Classes
11:00 AM Ropes Course Two-hour activity. Limited tickets available at check-in.
11:40 AM Planetarium: Black Holes Limited tickets available at check-in.
11:40 AM Garden Tour Guided tour by Reese Nelson. Limited tickets available at check-in.
11:40 AM Classes
1:00 PM Planetarium: Wonders of the Universe Limited tickets available at check-in.
1:00 PM Ropes Course Two-hour activity. Limited tickets available at check-in.
1:00 PM Classes
2:00 PM Bowling Open bowling in Manwaring Center 2 - 10 p.m.
2:20 PM Devotional Amy LaBaugh will be presenting in the Taylor Chapel.
3:00 PM Ropes Course Two-hour activity. Limited tickets available at check-in.
3:40 PM Planetarium: Wonders of the Universe Limited tickets available at check-in.
3:40 PM Classes
5:00 PM Planetarium: Totality Limited tickets available at check-in.
5:00 PM Ropes Course Two-hour activity. Limited tickets available at check-in.
5:00 PM Classes
6:00 PM Roller Skating Open roller skating 6 - 10 p.m. in Manwaring Center Grand Ballroom.
6:20 PM Planetarium: Totality Limited tickets available at check-in.
6:20 PM Classes
7:00 PM Ropes Course Two-hour activity. Limited tickets available at check-in.
7:30 PM Family Dance Instruction on line dances, social dances, and mixers in an environment that is fun and family friendly.
7:30 PM Center Stage Performance: Ultimi Ultimi will perform in the Hart Auditorium.
8:30 PM Youth Dance Youth ages 14-17 are welcome to enjoy an evening of dance and friendship.
TIME EVENT Description
5:00 AM Swimming Hart Pool open 5 a.m. - 11 p.m. for Ed Week participants. Provide your own modest swimsuit. Free!
7:00 AM Fitness Center and Courts Hart Fitness Center open 5 a.m. - 9 p.m. $3 rental fee for clothing. No children under 12; ages 12-14 with parent. Courts and track in the BYU-Idaho Center and Hart open 5 a.m. - 11 p.m.
9:00 AM Planetarium: Perfect Little Planet Limited tickets available at check-in.
9:00 AM Ropes Course Two-hour activity. Limited tickets available at check-in.
9:00 AM Classes
10:20 AM Planetarium: Black Holes Limited tickets available at check-in.
10:20 AM Garden Tour Guided tour by Reese Nelson. Limited tickets available at check-in.
10:20 AM Classes
11:00 AM Ropes Course Two-hour activity. Limited tickets available at check-in.
11:40 AM Planetarium: Black Holes Limited tickets available at check-in.
11:40 AM Garden Tour Guided tour by Reese Nelson. Limited tickets available at check-in.
11:40 AM Classes
1:00 PM Planetarium: Wonders of the Universe Limited tickets available at check-in.
1:00 PM Ropes Course Two-hour activity. Limited tickets available at check-in.
1:00 PM Classes
2:00 PM Bowling Open bowling in Manwaring Center 2 - 10 p.m.
2:20 PM Devotional Curtis Castillo will be presenting in the Taylor Chapel.
3:00 PM Ropes Course Two-hour activity. Limited tickets available at check-in.
3:40 PM Planetarium: Wonders of the Universe Limited tickets available at check-in.
3:40 PM Classes
5:00 PM Planetarium: Totality Limited tickets available at check-in.
5:00 PM Ropes Course Two-hour activity. Limited tickets available at check-in.
5:00 PM Classes
6:00 PM Roller Skating Open roller skating 6 - 10 p.m. in Manwaring Center Grand Ballroom.
6:20 PM Planetarium: Totality Limited tickets available at check-in.
6:20 PM Classes
7:00 PM Ropes Course Two-hour activity. Limited tickets available at check-in.
7:30 PM Center Stage Performance: Mercy River Mercy River will perform in the Hart Auditorium.
TIME EVENT Description
5:00 AM Swimming Hart Pool open 5 a.m. - 11 p.m. for Ed Week participants. Provide your own modest swimsuit. Free!
7:00 AM Fitness Center and Courts Hart Fitness Center open 5 a.m. - 9 p.m. $3 rental fee for clothing. No children under 12; ages 12-14 with parent. Courts and track in the BYU-Idaho Center and Hart open 5 a.m. - 11 p.m.
9:00 AM Planetarium: Perfect Little Planet Limited tickets available at check-in.
9:00 AM Ropes Course Two-hour activity. Limited tickets available at check-in.
9:00 AM Classes
10:20 AM Planetarium: Black Holes Limited tickets available at check-in.
10:20 AM Classes
11:00 AM Ropes Course Two-hour activity. Limited tickets available at check-in.
11:40 AM Planetarium: Wonders of the Universe Limited tickets available at check-in.
11:40 AM Classes
1:00 PM Planetarium: Totality Limited tickets available at check-in.
1:00 PM Ropes Course Two-hour activity. Limited tickets available at check-in.
1:00 PM Classes
2:00 PM Bowling Open bowling in Manwaring Center 2 - 10 p.m.
2:20 PM Closing Session Mary Ellen Edmunds will be presenting in the Taylor Chapel.
Last updated on 6/30/2017

Classes

 

TIME TEACHER CLASS BUILDING/ROOM
10:20 AM --- Classes
10:20 AM Ross Baron A Zion Ideal for Families: Conflict Without Contention Manwaring 387
10:20 AM Van Christman Who Are You, and Who Will You Become? Benson 224
10:20 AM Tera Duncan-Cline Achieving Equality in a Patriarchal Marriage Taylor 120
10:20 AM Laurie Francis Treasures of the Vault McKay 220
10:20 AM Holly Green and Ina Rodino Seek Ye Out of the Best Books McKay 243
10:20 AM Richard Himmer Emotional Intelligence in the Family Ricks 173
10:20 AM Daris Howard Insights Into the Book of Mormon From Scholarly Research - Jaredites Ricks 161
10:20 AM Paulette Kirkham The Long Dark Night of the Soul: When God Seems Silent Benson 108/110
10:20 AM Jonathan Lawrence Sharing the Gospel in a Way That is Natural and Comfortable Romney 277
10:20 AM Tarrah Montgomery Avoiding Slips on the Pathway of Life Benson 219
10:20 AM Sam Nielson Printing the 1830 Book of Mormon (Grandin Press) McKay 249
10:20 AM Eric Richards Godfidence: Facing Fear and Finding Freedom Taylor Chapel/Cultural
11:40 AM --- Classes
11:40 AM Maija-Liisa Adams Vision to Learn, Live, Love, and Give (Mission Statement for Adults) Benson 270
11:40 AM Michele Baer Exploring the Mormon Yoga Perspective-Discovering the "Yoga Practice" concept in the context of LDS Doctrine and Culture-Day 1 Manwaring 372A
11:40 AM Ross Baron Enhancing Our Personal Scripture Study Manwaring 387
11:40 AM Joseph Cochran Chasing Your Dreams: Look Up and Live Taylor Chapel/Cultural
11:40 AM Rebecca Douglas Service to Others Brings Healings for Our Own Pain Ricks 147
11:40 AM Ezra Gwilliam Where Is Now My Hope? Job 17:15 Benson 287
11:40 AM Richard Himmer Emotional Intelligence in the Family Ricks 173
11:40 AM Paulette Kirkham The Long Dark Night of the Soul: When God Seems Silent Benson 108/110
11:40 AM Stan and Angie Kivett Ways to Find Ancestors Who Need Ordinances Romney 172
11:40 AM Jonathan Lawrence Becoming More Christ-like Through Our Daily Communication Romney 277
11:40 AM Mark Mathews Visions of Salvation: Joseph Smith's First Visions and the First Principles of Salvation Ricks 161
11:40 AM Sam Nielson Printing the 1830 Book of Mormon (Grandin Press) McKay 249
1:00 PM --- Classes
1:00 PM Maija-Liisa Adams The Shock of Body Talk (Body Language) Benson 270
1:00 PM Brian Ashton Developing Grit and Resiilence in Ourselves and Our Children (Part 1) Ricks 161
1:00 PM Merv Brown As a Man Speaketh: Applying the Savior's Pattern for Communication Ricks 147
1:00 PM Holly Green Martin Luther As a Forerunner to the Restoration McKay 220
1:00 PM Ezra Gwilliam The Worth of Souls Is Great in the Sight of God (D&C 18:10) Benson 287
1:00 PM Sarah Hancock Preventing Emotional Burnout: Developing a Wellness Recovery Action Plan (WRAP) - Part 1 Benson 108/110
1:00 PM Richard Himmer Emotional Intelligence in the Family Ricks 173
1:00 PM Tarrah Montgomery Avoiding Slips on the Pathway of Life Benson 219
1:00 PM Sam Nielson Iron Acorn Press (Grandin Press) Open Press Time McKay 249
1:00 PM Eric Richards Sweet Symbols of the Savior's Sacrifice (Part 1) Taylor Chapel/Cultural
1:00 PM Brett Sampson Ye Ought to Forgive Taylor 120
1:00 PM Nathan Tanner Aligning the Heart: Understanding the First and Great Commandment (Part 1) Manwaring 372A
3:40 PM --- Classes
3:40 PM Maija-Liisa Adams The Bold Sensation of Self Creation (Mission Statement for Youth) Benson 270
3:40 PM Brian Ashton Grit and Resilience for Teens Ricks 161
3:40 PM Cindy Bezas Dealing With Doubt, Despair, and Discouragement Benson 219
3:40 PM Torri Black What Is Your Story? Benson 224
3:40 PM Rex Butterfield More Patience in Suffering: Scriptural Patterns for Enduring the Furnace of Affliction Taylor 120
3:40 PM Susan Chadaz Gospel Light 101: You Are! He Is! You Can! Ricks 173
3:40 PM Joseph Cochran Staying True: Recognizing Satan's Traps Benson 108/110
3:40 PM Rebecca Douglas Drawing Closer to God Through Service to His Children Ricks 147
3:40 PM Stan and Angie Kivett How to Correct, Complete, and Prove An Ancestor's Information Before You Take Them to the Temple Romey 172
3:40 PM Carrie Miller Just Keep Swimming Benson 287
3:40 PM Doug and Aldene Poole Family History for the Beginner: To Turn the Heart Manwaring 372A
3:40 PM Brett Sampson Ye Ought to Forgive Manwaring 387
3:40 PM Nathan Tanner Technology: Powerful Principles for the Digital Age Taylor Chapel/Cultural
5:00 PM --- Classes
5:00 PM Brian Ashton Developing Grit and Resiilence in Ourselves and Our Children (Part 1) Ricks 161
5:00 PM Michele Baer When Life Gets Tough: Three Powerful Lessons from Elder David A. Bednar Manwaring 372A
5:00 PM Cindy Bezas Dealing With Doubt, Despair, and Discouragement Benson 219
5:00 PM Mandy Davis Clegg You Shall Be Well Ricks 173
5:00 PM Joseph Cochran Unsung Messages in the Book of Mormon Benson 108/110
5:00 PM Steve Davis Breaking the Chains of Worry and Anxiety: Lessons From Liberty Jail Ricks 147
5:00 PM Robert Ferrell How to Inspire Young Adults to Not Only Survive but Thrive Through the Decade of Decisions Manwaring 368/369
5:00 PM Russell Gaede Who's Right? And Does It Really Matter! Benson 224
5:00 PM Valerie Hamaker Connection is Key #1: Secure Parent/Child Attachment As a Key to Prevention and Recovery of Addiction Taylor 120
5:00 PM Carrie Miller Traditions That Bind Our Family Benson 287
5:00 PM Eric Richards Sweet Symbols of the Savior's Sacrifice (Part 2) Taylor Chapel/Cultural
6:20 PM --- Classes
6:20 PM Kari Archibald Becoming a Fresh-Air Family Manwaring 387
6:20 PM Mandy Davis Clegg Many Sorrows Ricks 173
6:20 PM Rebecca Douglas Beyond Casseroles, Service With Healing Power Ricks 147
6:20 PM Robert Ferrell You Don't Wake Up Fabulous: A Scriptural Pattern That Creates Continual Growth Manwaring 368/369
6:20 PM Layne Gneiting But I Don't EVER Want Them to Read this! Benson 219
6:20 PM Sarah Hancock Preventing Emotional Burnout: Developing a Wellness Recovery Action Plan (WRAP) - Part 1 Benson 108/110
6:20 PM Eric Richards An Etymological Look at Significant Words in Scripture Taylor Chapel/Cultural
TIME TEACHER CLASS BUILDING/ROOM
9:00 AM --- Classes
9:00 AM Michele Baer What Are We Waiting For?: The Rise of the Influence of Women: A Look at History and Prophecy, Part 1 Manwaring 372A
9:00 AM Ross Baron Making the Temple a Powerful Learning and Growth Experience Taylor Chapel/Cultural
9:00 AM Rex Butterfield More Patience in Suffering: Scriptural Patterns for Enduring the Furnace of Affliction Benson 287
9:00 AM Van Christman Who Are You, and Who Will You Become? Benson 224
9:00 AM Joseph Cochran Accomplishing Hard Things Benson 108/110
9:00 AM Kathy Jo Cook The Rhythms of Nourishing Your Body Benson 270
9:00 AM Steve Davis College Success 101 Ricks 147
9:00 AM Laurie Francis Treasures of the Vault McKay 220
9:00 AM Layne Gneiting What the Scriptures (and Life) Teach About Pursuing a Dream (Part 1: Dreaming) Benson 219
9:00 AM Valerie Hamaker The Impact of Technology and Social Media on Human Intimacy Taylor 120
9:00 AM Ronald Hammond Latter-day Good Samaritans - Who, What, Why? Romney 172
9:00 AM Daris Howard The Crazy World of Dating (and Marriage): Understanding the Opposite Gender Ricks 161
9:00 AM Jonathan Lawrence Sharing the Gospel in a Way That is Natural and Comfortable Romney 277
9:00 AM Sam Nielson Binding Butterflies! (Bookbinding I) McKay 243
9:00 AM Carleen Tanner Strengthening Relationships Through Improved Communications Manwaring 387
10:20 AM --- Classes
10:20 AM Eric Bacon Spiritual vs Temporal: The Key to Understanding Agency, Commandments, and the Knowledge of Good and Evil Benson 224
10:20 AM Michele Baer Exploring the Mormon Yoga Perspective-Discovering the "Yoga Practice" concept in the context of LDS Doctrine and Culture-Day 2 Manwaring 372A
10:20 AM Merv Brown As A Man Speaketh: Applying the Savior's Pattern for Communication Benson 287
10:20 AM Tera Duncan-Cline Achieving Equality in a Patriarchal Marriage Taylor 120
10:20 AM Joseph Cochran Loving Yourself: No Matter Where You Are in Life Benson 108/110
10:20 AM Rebecca Douglas Eternal Lessons Learned Through Giving Service to the Leprosy-Afflicted in India Ricks 147
10:20 AM Elia Gourgouris Seven Paths to Lasting Happiness, Part 1 Taylor Chapel/Cultural
10:20 AM Ronald Hammond Crucial Daily Blessings of Frequent Temple Worship Romney 172
10:20 AM Richard Himmer Wake UP: Seeing the Invisible Ricks 173
10:20 AM Daris Howard Insights Into the Book of Mormon From Scholarly Research - Lehi (Nephites) Ricks 161
10:20 AM Jonathan Lawrence Becoming More Christ-like Through Our Daily Communication Romney 277
10:20 AM Tarrah Montgomery Where's My "Happily Ever After"? Benson 219
10:20 AM Sam Nielson Binding Butterflies! (Bookbinding I) McKay 243
11:40 AM --- Classes
11:40 AM Maija-Liisa Adams Livin' in Vision, Mission, Decision and Revision (Living Your Personal Mission Statement) Benson 270
11:40 AM Kathy Jo Cook The Rhythms of Nourishing Your Body Benson 224
11:40 AM Rebecca Douglas Experiencing the Mighty Change of Heart Ricks 147
11:40 AM Layne Gneiting What the Scriptures (and Life) Teach About Pursuing a Dream (Part 2: Road Map) Benson 219
11:40 AM Elia Gourgouris Jesus: The Perfect Example of Love Taylor 120
11:40 AM Ezra Gwilliam Divine Preparation: The Print and Literacy of the Restoration Benson 287
11:40 AM Sarah Hancock Emotional Self-Reliance: Piecing Together Life's Mysterious Clues Benson 108/110
11:40 AM Richard Himmer Wake UP: Seeing the Invisible Ricks 173
11:40 AM Stan and Angie Kivett Helping Others Participate in Family History Work: Leadership Principles Romney 172
11:40 AM Mark Mathews Visions of Salvation: Jospeh Smith's Vision of the Kingdoms of Glory and Degrees of Salvation Ricks 161
11:40 AM Sam Nielson Iron Acorn Press (Grandin Press) Open Press Time McKay 249
11:40 AM Eric Richards The Atonement: Turning Our Great Mess Into Greatness Taylor Chapel/Cultural
11:40 AM Ina Rodino A Pioneer's Heart and the Teton Dam McKay 220
11:40 AM Ty Tanner "That Which Is Lost": A Parable That Is Not Quite as It Seems! Manwaring 372A
1:00 PM --- Classes
1:00 PM Maija-Liisa Adams The Must of Trust Benson 270
1:00 PM Brian Ashton Developing Grit and Resilience in Ourselves and Our Children (Part 2) Ricks 161
1:00 PM Eric Bacon Spiritual vs Temporal: The Key to Understanding Agency, Commandments, and the Knowledge of Good and Evil Benson 224
1:00 PM Merv Brown As a Man Speaketh: Applying the Savior's Pattern for Communication Ricks 147
1:00 PM Laurie Francis History of the King James Bible McKay 220
1:00 PM Layne Gneiting What the Scriptures (and Life) Teach About Purusing a Dream (Part 3: Return With Power) Benson 219
1:00 PM Elia Gourgouris As a Single, How to Attract: Experience More Joyful Relationships Taylor 120
1:00 PM Holly Green and Ina Rodino Seek Ye Out of the Best Books McKay 243
1:00 PM Ezra Gwilliam Decisions About Dating Benson 287
1:00 PM Sarah Hancock Emotional Self-Reliance: Piecing Together Life's Mysterious Clues Benson 108/110
1:00 PM Richard Himmer Wake UP: Seeing the Invisible Ricks 173
1:00 PM Stan and Angie Kivett Preserving Memories: Using FamilySearch to Preserve Pictures, Stories, and Audio Files Romney 172
1:00 PM Sam Nielson Iron Acorn Press (Grandin Press) Open Press Time McKay 249
1:00 PM Eric Richards An Etymological Look at Significant Words in Scripture Taylor Chapel/Cultural
1:00 PM Nathan Tanner Turning the Heart: Helping to Realign Hearts Gone Astray (Part 2) Manwaring 372A
3:40 PM --- Classes
3:40 PM Maija-Liisa Adams The Wow and Wisdom of Storytelling Benson 270
3:40 PM Brian Ashton Grit and Resilience for Teens Ricks 161
3:40 PM Craig Bell " The Lord of the Harvest" (Alma 26:7): Receiving the Power and Protection of the House of the Lord Manwaring 368/369
3:40 PM Cindy Bezas Find Your Purpose, Find Your Passion Benson 219
3:40 PM Torri Black What Is Your Story? Benson 224
3:40 PM Rex Butterfield More Patience in Suffering: Scriptural Patterns for Enduring the Furnace of Affliction Taylor 120
3:40 PM Susan Chadaz Blessings 101: Learning How to Dance in the Rain Ricks 173
3:40 PM Mandy Davis Clegg What Would You Have Me Know? Manwaring 372A
3:40 PM Joseph Cochran Serving Your Neighbor Benson 108/110
3:40 PM Rebecca Douglas How Do I Receive His Image in My Countenance? Ricks 147
3:40 PM Paulette Kirkham Weighed, Measured, and Found Wanting Taylor Chapel/Cultural
3:40 PM Amy McDougal Beat Anxiety and Depression and Feel Again: Class 1: Change Your Food, Change Your Mood Manwaring 387
3:40 PM Carrie Miller Just Keep Swimming Benson 287
3:40 PM Tarrah Montgomery Where's My "Happily Ever After"? Romney 172
5:00 PM --- Classes
5:00 PM Brian Ashton Developing Grit and Resilience in Ourselves and Our Children (Part 2) Ricks 161
5:00 PM Michele Baer Are We Listening? Are We Prepared? Powerful Prophetic Themes to Prepare Us for the Savior's Second Coming Manwaring 372A
5:00 PM Cindy Bezas Find Your Purpose, Find Your Passion Benson 219
5:00 PM Audrey Dexter Life is More Than a To-Do List! Daily Patterns of Discipleship Ricks 173
5:00 PM Robert Ferrell How to Inspire Young Adults to Not Only Survive but Thrive Through the Decade of Decisions Manwaring 368/369
5:00 PM Valerie Hamaker Connection is Key #2: Shame and the Brain Taylor 120
5:00 PM Sarah Hancock Past the Breaking Point: Using a Wellness Recovery Action Plan (WRAP) to Get Back on Track After Emotional/Physical Burnout Occurs - Part 2 Benson 108/110
5:00 PM Amy McDougal Beat Anxiety and Depression and Feel Again: Class 2: Train Your Mind, Change your Brain Manwaring 387
5:00 PM Carrie Miller Traditions That Bind Our Family Benson 287
5:00 PM Doug and Aldene Poole Family History for the Beginner: To Turn the Heart Romney 172
5:00 PM Nathan Tanner A Call for Senior Missionaries Taylor Chapel/Cultural
6:20 PM --- Classes
6:20 PM Kari Archibald Becoming a Fresh-Air Family Manwaring 387
6:20 PM Steve Davis Network Like a Pro with LinkedIn Taylor Chapel/Cultural
6:20 PM Audrey Dexter Fasting: What Are You Really Hungry For? Ricks 173
6:20 PM Robert Ferrell You Don't Wake Up Fabulous: A Scriptural Pattern That Creates Continual Growth Manwaring 368/369
6:20 PM Russell Gaede Conquering Adversity in Your Daily Life Benson 224
6:20 PM Sarah Hancock Past the Breaking Point: Using a Wellness Recovery Action Plan (WRAP) to Get Back on Track After Emotional/Physical Burnout Occurs - Part 2 Benson 108/110
TIME TEACHER CLASS BUILDING/ROOM
9:00 AM --- Classes
9:00 AM Kari Archibald Becoming a Fresh-Air Family Manwaring 387
9:00 AM Michele Baer What Are We Waiting For?: The Rise of the Influence of Women: A Look at History and Prophecy, Part 2 Manwaring 372A
9:00 AM Craig Bell " The Lord of the Harvest" (Alma 26:7): Receiving the Power and Protection of the House of the Lord Taylor Chapel/Cultural
9:00 AM Susan Chadaz Life 101: The Promise is Joy Ricks 173
9:00 AM Van Christman Who Are You, and Who Will You Become? Benson 224
9:00 AM Joseph Cochran Staying True: Recognizing Satan's Traps Benson 108/110
9:00 AM Rebecca Douglas Make This a Year of Forgiveness--Throw Off Those Burdens! Ricks 147
9:00 AM Robert Ferrell How to Inspire Young Adults to Not Only Survive but Thrive Through the Decade of Decisions Manwaring 368/369
9:00 AM Ezra Gwilliam Be Faithful in Christ (Moroni 9:25) Benson 287
9:00 AM Valerie Hamaker Connection is Key #3: Healthy Sexuality and Early Intervention Taylor 120
9:00 AM Ronald Hammond Crucial Daily Blessings of Frequent Temple Worship Romney 172
9:00 AM Daris Howard If You Are Not Falling Now and Then, You Are Not Reaching High Enough Ricks 161
9:00 AM Tarrah Montgomery I Want to Write a Book . . . Where Do I Start? Benson 219
10:20 AM --- Classes
10:20 AM Eric Bacon The Great I Am: Three Lessons on Life Management From the Name of God Benson 224
10:20 AM Michele Baer Exploring the Mormon Yoga Perspective-Discovering the "Yoga Practice" concept in the context of LDS Doctrine and Culture-Day 3 Manwaring 372A
10:20 AM Cindy Bezas Write a Non-fiction Ebook in a Day Benson 219
10:20 AM Tera Duncan-Cline Achieving Equality in a Patriarchal Marriage Taylor 120
10:20 AM Joseph Cochran Unsung Messages in the Book of Mormon Benson 108/110
10:20 AM Audrey Dexter Your Personal Word of Wisdom and Daily Detox Benson 287
10:20 AM Rebecca Douglas The Astounding Power of Gratitude to Fill Your Life With Joy Ricks 147
10:20 AM Robert Ferrell You Don't Wake Up Fabulous: A Scriptural Pattern That Creates Continual Growth Manwaring 368/369
10:20 AM Elia Gourgouris Seven Paths to Lasting Happiness, Part 2 Taylor Chapel/Cultural
10:20 AM Ronald Hammond Latter-day Good Samaritans - Who, What, Why? Romney 172
10:20 AM Richard Himmer The Power of the Atonement Ricks 173
10:20 AM Daris Howard Insights Into the Book of Mormon From Scholarly Research - Mulekites Ricks 161
10:20 AM Amy McDougal Beat Anxiety and Depression and Feel Again: Class 3: Feeling Good in Your Genes Manwaring 387
11:40 AM --- Classes
11:40 AM Craig Bell " The Lord of the Harvest" (Alma 26:7): Receiving the Power and Protection of the House of the Lord Manwaring 368/369
11:40 AM Steve Davis Breaking the Chains of Worry and Anxiety: Lessons From Liberty Jail Benson 219
11:40 AM Rebecca Douglas You Have Infinite Worth Ricks 147
11:40 AM Russell Gaede The Talk! Sex, Drugs, and Rock and Roll! Benson 224
11:40 AM Elia Gourgouris The Multi-Platinum Marriage: Going from Surviving to Thriving Taylor 120
11:40 AM Ezra Gwilliam Getting Answers to Questions and Living Up to Those Answers Taylor Chapel/Cultural
11:40 AM Sarah Hancock Emotional Self-Reliance: Overcoming Adversity By Developing Your Explanatory Style Benson 108/110
11:40 AM Richard Himmer The Power of the Atonement Ricks 173
11:40 AM Paulette Kirkham Hear and Be Heard: The Power of the Spoken Word Benson 287
11:40 AM Mark Mathews Visions of Salvation: Joseph Smith's Vision of the Celestial Kingdom and the Salvation of Families and of the Dead Ricks 161
11:40 AM Amy McDougal Are Your Hormones Driving You Crazy?: Who is Driving This Car Anyway? Manwaring 387
11:40 AM Ty Tanner Technology: Weapon or Tool and How to Tell the Difference Manwaring 372A
1:00 PM --- Classes
1:00 PM Eric Bacon The Great I Am: Three Lessons on Life Management From the Name of God Benson 224
1:00 PM Craig Bell " The Lord of the Harvest" (Alma 26:7): Receiving the Power and Protection of the House of the Lord Manwaring 368/369
1:00 PM Mandy Davis Clegg Many Sorrows Manwaring 387
1:00 PM Audrey Dexter Dating: Best Friendships and Physical Boundaries on the Path That Leads to the Temple Ricks 147
1:00 PM Matthew Fackrell As Parents, Grandparents, Missionaries, and Members of the Church, We Are Called to Teach. So How Do We Do It? Taylor Chapel/Cultural
1:00 PM Elia Gourgouris As a Single, How to Attract: Experience More Joyful Relationships Taylor 120
1:00 PM Sarah Hancock Emotional Self-Reliance: Overcoming Adversity By Developing Your Explanatory Style Benson 108/110
1:00 PM Richard Himmer The Power of the Atonement Ricks 173
1:00 PM Paulette Kirkham Hear and Be Heard: The Power of the Spoken Word Benson 287
1:00 PM Tarrah Montgomery I Want to Write a Book . . . Where Do I Start? Benson 219
1:00 PM David Pulsipher Loving Our Enemies: A Practical Guide Ricks 161
1:00 PM Nathan Tanner Serving With All Your Heart: A Look at What Makes Powerful Missionaries (Part 3) Manwaring 372A

ACTIVITIES

 

DATE TIME ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION LOCATION
7/27/2017 5:00 AM Swimming

Hart Pool open 5 a.m. - 11 p.m. for Ed Week participants. Provide your own modest swimsuit. Free!

Hart 215 - Swimming Pool
7/27/2017 7:00 AM Fitness Center and Courts

Hart Fitness Center open 5 a.m. - 9 p.m. $3 rental fee for clothing. No children under 12; ages 12-14 with parent. Courts and track in the BYU-Idaho Center and Hart open 5 a.m. - 11 p.m.

Hart Building and BYU-Idaho Center
7/27/2017 9:00 AM Opening Session

Gerald Lund will be presenting in the Taylor Chapel.

Taylor Chapel
7/27/2017 9:00 AM Ropes Course

Play group games, work together to solve puzzles, and help one another conquer the climbing tower and giant swing. Learn skills like team building, problem-solving, support, trust, and unity. Two hour activity. Limited tickets available at check-in.

50 West 7th South adjacent to playfields
7/27/2017 10:20 AM Planetarium: Perfect Little Planet

An alien family from another star system, seeking a place for a family vacation, explores our solar system. Pluto, Saturn, Jupiter, or Mars. Which destination would you choose?  (35 minutes. Grades 2 and above.) Limited tickets available at check-in.

Romney 107
7/27/2017 10:20 AM Garden Tour

Limited tickets available at check-in. Groups meet at picnic shelter for guided tour by Reese Nelson, faculty in Department of Applied Plant Science.

Thomas E. Ricks Gardens
7/27/2017 11:00 AM Ropes Course

Play group games, work together to solve puzzles, and help one another conquer the climbing tower and giant swing. Learn skills like team building, problem-solving, support, trust, and unity. Two hour activity. Limited tickets available at check-in.

50 West 7th South adjacent to playfields
7/27/2017 11:40 AM Planetarium: Black Holes

Few mysteries in the universe have the power and awe of the black hole. What are they? How are they made? Is the earth in danger of being pulled into one? This show features 3-D simulations. (40 minutes. Grades 7 and above.) Limited tickets available at check-in.

Romney 107
7/27/2017 11:40 AM Garden Tour

Limited tickets available at check-in. Groups meet at picnic shelter for guided tour by Reese Nelson, faculty in Department of Applied Plant Science.

Thomas E. Ricks Gardens
7/27/2017 1:00 PM Planetarium: Wonders of the Universe

Peer deep into space through the eyes of the orbiting Hubble Space Telescope and travel back in time to witness the birth of the universe, the formation of galaxies, and explore deep into our own Milky Way. (23 minutes. Grades 3 and above.) Limited tickets available at check-in.

Romney 107
7/27/2017 1:00 PM Ropes Course

Play group games, work together to solve puzzles, and help one another conquer the climbing tower and giant swing. Learn skills like team building, problem-solving, support, trust, and unity. Two hour activity. Limited tickets available at check-in.

50 West 7th South adjacent to playfields
7/27/2017 2:00 PM Bowling

Open bowling 2 - 10 p.m. 

Manwaring Center 173 - Bowling Alley
7/27/2017 2:20 PM Devotional

Amy LaBaugh will be presenting in the Taylor Chapel.

Taylor Chapel
7/27/2017 3:00 PM Ropes Course

Play group games, work together to solve puzzles, and help one another conquer the climbing tower and giant swing. Learn skills like team building, problem-solving, support, trust, and unity. Two hour activity. Limited tickets available at check-in.

50 West 7th South adjacent to playfields
7/27/2017 3:40 PM Planetarium: Wonders of the Universe

Peer deep into space through the eyes of the orbiting Hubble Space Telescope and travel back in time to witness the birth of the universe, the formation of galaxies, and explore deep into our own Milky Way. (23 minutes. Grades 3 and above.) Limited tickets available at check-in.

Romney 107
7/27/2017 5:00 PM Planetarium: Totality

"Totality" is a fascinating look at all the wonders of eclipses, especially total solar eclipses. Examine what eclipses are, how and when they occur, and what wonderful sights they create. Look back to when general relativity was proven with the photographic recording of a total solar eclipse. See what happens when the shadow of the Moon and the Sun is plunged into a total solar eclipse! Limited tickets available at check-in.

Romney 107
7/27/2017 5:00 PM Ropes Course

Play group games, work together to solve puzzles, and help one another conquer the climbing tower and giant swing. Learn skills like team building, problem-solving, support, trust, and unity. Two hour activity. Limited tickets available at check-in.

50 West 7th South adjacent to playfields
7/27/2017 6:00 PM Roller Skating

Open roller skating 6 - 10 p.m. in Manwaring Center Grand Ballroom.

Manwaring Center 220 Grand Ballroom
7/27/2017 6:20 PM Planetarium: Totality

"Totality" is a fascinating look at all the wonders of eclipses, especially total solar eclipses. Examine what eclipses are, how and when they occur, and what wonderful sights they create. Look back to when general relativity was proven with the photographic recording of a total solar eclipse. See what happens when the shadow of the Moon and the Sun is plunged into a total solar eclipse! Limited tickets available at check-in.

Romney 107
7/27/2017 7:00 PM Ropes Course

Play group games, work together to solve puzzles, and help one another conquer the climbing tower and giant swing. Learn skills like team building, problem-solving, support, trust, and unity. Two hour activity. Limited tickets available at check-in.

50 West 7th South adjacent to playfields
7/27/2017 7:30 PM Family Dance

Instruction on line dances, social dances, and mixers in an environment that is fun and family friendly.

Hinckley Gym 260/270
7/27/2017 7:30 PM Center Stage Performance: Ultimi

Ultimi (pronounced "ool-tee-me") combines the vocal and instrumental talents of Isaac Hurtado, Tyler Nelson, and Brian Stucki. 

Hart Auditorium
7/27/2017 8:30 PM Youth Dance

Youth ages 14-17 are welcome to enjoy an evening of dance and friendship.

Hinckley Gym 260/270
7/28/2017 5:00 AM Swimming

Hart Pool open 5 a.m. - 11 p.m. for Ed Week participants. Provide your own modest swimsuit. Free!

Hart 215 - Swimming Pool
7/28/2017 7:00 AM Fitness Center and Courts

Hart Fitness Center open 5 a.m. - 9 p.m. $3 rental fee for clothing. No children under 12; ages 12-14 with parent. Courts and track in the BYU-Idaho Center and Hart open 5 a.m. - 11 p.m.

Hart Building and BYU-Idaho Center
7/28/2017 9:00 AM Planetarium: Perfect Little Planet

An alien family from another star system, seeking a place for a family vacation, explores our solar system. Pluto, Saturn, Jupiter, or Mars. Which destination would you choose?  (35 minutes. Grades 2 and above.) Limited tickets available at check-in.

Romney 107
7/28/2017 9:00 AM Ropes Course

Play group games, work together to solve puzzles, and help one another conquer the climbing tower and giant swing. Learn skills like team building, problem-solving, support, trust, and unity. Two hour activity. Limited tickets available at check-in.

50 West 7th South adjacent to playfields
7/28/2017 10:20 AM Planetarium: Black Holes

Few mysteries in the universe have the power and awe of the black hole. What are they? How are they made? Is the earth in danger of being pulled into one? This show features 3-D simulations. (40 minutes. Grades 7 and above.) Limited tickets available at check-in.

Romney 107
7/28/2017 10:20 AM Garden Tour

Limited tickets available at check-in. Groups meet at picnic shelter for guided tour by Reese Nelson, faculty in Department of Applied Plant Science.

Thomas E. Ricks Gardens
7/28/2017 11:00 AM Ropes Course

Play group games, work together to solve puzzles, and help one another conquer the climbing tower and giant swing. Learn skills like team building, problem-solving, support, trust, and unity. Two hour activity. Limited tickets available at check-in.

50 West 7th South adjacent to playfields
7/28/2017 11:40 AM Planetarium: Black Holes

Few mysteries in the universe have the power and awe of the black hole. What are they? How are they made? Is the earth in danger of being pulled into one? This show features 3-D simulations. (40 minutes. Grades 7 and above.) Limited tickets available at check-in.

Romney 107
7/28/2017 11:40 AM Garden Tour

Limited tickets available at check-in. Groups meet at picnic shelter for guided tour by Reese Nelson, faculty in Department of Applied Plant Science.

Thomas E. Ricks Gardens
7/28/2017 1:00 PM Planetarium: Wonders of the Universe

Peer deep into space through the eyes of the orbiting Hubble Space Telescope and travel back in time to witness the birth of the universe, the formation of galaxies, and explore deep into our own Milky Way. (23 minutes. Grades 3 and above.) Limited tickets available at check-in.

Romney 107
7/28/2017 1:00 PM Ropes Course

Play group games, work together to solve puzzles, and help one another conquer the climbing tower and giant swing. Learn skills like team building, problem-solving, support, trust, and unity. Two hour activity. Limited tickets available at check-in.

50 West 7th South adjacent to playfields
7/28/2017 2:00 PM Bowling

Open bowling 2 - 10 p.m. 

Manwaring Center 173 - Bowling Alley
7/28/2017 2:20 PM Devotional

Curtis Castillo will be presenting in the Taylor Chapel.

Taylor Chapel
7/28/2017 3:00 PM Ropes Course

Play group games, work together to solve puzzles, and help one another conquer the climbing tower and giant swing. Learn skills like team building, problem-solving, support, trust, and unity. Two hour activity. Limited tickets available at check-in.

50 West 7th South adjacent to playfields
7/28/2017 3:40 PM Planetarium: Wonders of the Universe

Peer deep into space through the eyes of the orbiting Hubble Space Telescope and travel back in time to witness the birth of the universe, the formation of galaxies, and explore deep into our own Milky Way. (23 minutes. Grades 3 and above.) Limited tickets available at check-in.

Romney 107
7/28/2017 5:00 PM Planetarium: Totality

"Totality" is a fascinating look at all the wonders of eclipses, especially total solar eclipses. Examine what eclipses are, how and when they occur, and what wonderful sights they create. Look back to when general relativity was proven with the photographic recording of a total solar eclipse. See what happens when the shadow of the Moon and the Sun is plunged into a total solar eclipse! Limited tickets available at check-in.

Romney 107
7/28/2017 5:00 PM Ropes Course

Play group games, work together to solve puzzles, and help one another conquer the climbing tower and giant swing. Learn skills like team building, problem-solving, support, trust, and unity. Two hour activity. Limited tickets available at check-in.

50 West 7th South adjacent to playfields
7/28/2017 6:00 PM Roller Skating

Open roller skating 6 - 10 p.m. in Manwaring Center Grand Ballroom.

Manwaring Center 220 Grand Ballroom
7/28/2017 6:20 PM Planetarium: Totality

"Totality" is a fascinating look at all the wonders of eclipses, especially total solar eclipses. Examine what eclipses are, how and when they occur, and what wonderful sights they create. Look back to when general relativity was proven with the photographic recording of a total solar eclipse. See what happens when the shadow of the Moon and the Sun is plunged into a total solar eclipse! Limited tickets available at check-in.

Romney 107
7/28/2017 7:00 PM Ropes Course

Play group games, work together to solve puzzles, and help one another conquer the climbing tower and giant swing. Learn skills like team building, problem-solving, support, trust, and unity. Two hour activity. Limited tickets available at check-in.

50 West 7th South adjacent to playfields
7/28/2017 7:30 PM Center Stage Performance: Mercy River

The three friends found a common love for tight harmonies and sharing the gospel through song. Over the past five years, Mercy River has traveled all over the United States and Canada, performing for thousands of people while testifying of the Savior.

Hart Auditorium
7/29/2017 5:00 AM Swimming

Hart Pool open 5 a.m. - 11 p.m. for Ed Week participants. Provide your own modest swimsuit. Free!

Hart 215 - Swimming Pool
7/29/2017 7:00 AM Fitness Center and Courts

Hart Fitness Center open 5 a.m. - 9 p.m. $3 rental fee for clothing. No children under 12; ages 12-14 with parent. Courts and track in the BYU-Idaho Center and Hart open 5 a.m. - 11 p.m.

Hart Building and BYU-Idaho Center
7/29/2017 9:00 AM Planetarium: Perfect Little Planet

An alien family from another star system, seeking a place for a family vacation, explores our solar system. Pluto, Saturn, Jupiter, or Mars. Which destination would you choose?  (35 minutes. Grades 2 and above.) Limited tickets available at check-in.

Romney 107
7/29/2017 9:00 AM Ropes Course

Play group games, work together to solve puzzles, and help one another conquer the climbing tower and giant swing. Learn skills like team building, problem-solving, support, trust, and unity. Two hour activity. Limited tickets available at check-in.

50 West 7th South adjacent to playfields
7/29/2017 10:20 AM Planetarium: Black Holes

Few mysteries in the universe have the power and awe of the black hole. What are they? How are they made? Is the earth in danger of being pulled into one? This show features 3-D simulations. (40 minutes. Grades 7 and above.) Limited tickets available at check-in.

Romney 107
7/29/2017 11:00 AM Ropes Course

Play group games, work together to solve puzzles, and help one another conquer the climbing tower and giant swing. Learn skills like team building, problem-solving, support, trust, and unity. Two hour activity. Limited tickets available at check-in.

50 West 7th South adjacent to playfields
7/29/2017 11:40 AM Planetarium: Wonders of the Universe

Peer deep into space through the eyes of the orbiting Hubble Space Telescope and travel back in time to witness the birth of the universe, the formation of galaxies, and explore deep into our own Milky Way. (23 minutes. Grades 3 and above.) Limited tickets available at check-in.

Romney 107
7/29/2017 1:00 PM Planetarium: Totality

"Totality" is a fascinating look at all the wonders of eclipses, especially total solar eclipses. Examine what eclipses are, how and when they occur, and what wonderful sights they create. Look back to when general relativity was proven with the photographic recording of a total solar eclipse. See what happens when the shadow of the Moon and the Sun is plunged into a total solar eclipse! Limited tickets available at check-in.

Romney 107
7/29/2017 1:00 PM Ropes Course

Play group games, work together to solve puzzles, and help one another conquer the climbing tower and giant swing. Learn skills like team building, problem-solving, support, trust, and unity. Two hour activity. Limited tickets available at check-in.

50 West 7th South adjacent to playfields
7/29/2017 2:00 PM Bowling

Open bowling 2 - 10 p.m. 

Manwaring Center 173 - Bowling Alley
7/29/2017 2:20 PM Closing Session

Mary Ellen Edmunds will be presenting in the Taylor Chapel.

Taylor Chapel

ACTIVITIES

Education Week 2017 Youth Schedule

BYU-Idaho Education Week 2017 Schedule