Schedule

2019 Education Week - General Schedule

Last updated on 6/12/2019

AT A GLANCE

 General Schedule 

TIME EVENT Description
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 Opening Session with Eric Richards will be presented in the Taylor Chapel.
9:00 AM Ropes Course Two-hour activity. Limited tickets available at check-in. Tower (90 lb. minimum) and ground elements.
10:20 AM Classes Varied one-hour classes
10:20 AM Garden Tour Guided tour by Reese Nelson. Limited tickets available at check-in.
10:20 AM Planetarium: Perfect Little Planet Limited tickets available at check-in.
10:20 AM Classes
11:00 AM Ropes Course Two-hour activity. Limited tickets available at check-in. Tower (90 lb. minimum) and ground elements.
11:40 AM Classes Varied one-hour classes
11:40 AM Garden Tour Guided tour by Reese Nelson. Limited tickets available at check-in.
11:40 AM Planetarium: Black Holes Limited tickets available at check-in.
11:40 AM Classes
1:00 PM Classes Varied one-hour classes
1:00 PM Garden Tour Guided tour by Reese Nelson. Limited tickets available at check-in.
1:00 PM Ropes Course Two-hour activity. Limited tickets available at check-in. Tower (90 lb. minimum) and ground elements.
1:00 PM Planetarium: Wonders of the Universe 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 Kelly Burgener, BYU-Idaho Academic Vice President, will be the devotional speaker in the Taylor Chapel.
3:00 PM Ropes Course Two-hour activity. Limited tickets available at check-in. Tower (90 lb. minimum) and ground elements.
3:40 PM Classes Varied one-hour classes
3:40 PM Planetarium: Wonders of the Universe Limited tickets available at check-in.
3:40 PM Classes
5:00 PM Classes Varied one-hour classes
5:00 PM Ropes Course Two-hour activity. Limited tickets available at check-in. Tower (90 lb. minimum) and ground elements.
5:00 PM Planetarium: Exploding Universe 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.
6:00 PM Passover Dinner Two-hour activity. $25 plus tax; limited seating; must be reserved and paid for at time of registration.
6:20 PM Classes Varied one-hour classes
6:20 PM Planetarium: Exploding Universe Limited tickets available at check-in.
6:20 PM Classes
7:00 PM Ropes Course Two-hour activity. Limited tickets available at check-in. Tower (90 lb. minimum) and ground elements.
7:30 PM Family Dance Instruction on line dances, social dances, and mixers in an environment that is fun and family friendly.
8:30 PM Youth Dance Youth ages 14-17 are welcome to enjoy an evening of dance and friendship.
TIME EVENT Description
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 Classes Varied one-hour classes
9:00 AM Garden Tour Guided tour by Reese Nelson. Limited tickets available at check-in.
9:00 AM Ropes Course Two-hour activity. Limited tickets available at check-in. Tower (90 lb. minimum) and ground elements.
9:00 AM Planetarium: Perfect Little Planet Limited tickets available at check-in.
9:00 AM Classes
10:20 AM Classes Varied one-hour classes
10:20 AM Garden Tour Guided tour by Reese Nelson. Limited tickets available at check-in.
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. Tower (90 lb. minimum) and ground elements.
11:40 AM Classes Varied one-hour classes
11:40 AM Garden Tour Guided tour by Reese Nelson. Limited tickets available at check-in.
11:40 AM Planetarium: Black Holes Limited tickets available at check-in.
11:40 AM Classes
1:00 PM Classes Varied one-hour classes
1:00 PM Garden Tour Guided tour by Reese Nelson. Limited tickets available at check-in.
1:00 PM Ropes Course Two-hour activity. Limited tickets available at check-in. Tower (90 lb. minimum) and ground elements.
1:00 PM Planetarium: Capcom Go! Apollo 11 Anniversary 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 Steve Davis, BYU-Idaho Alumni Director, will be the devotional speaker in the Taylor Chapel.
3:00 PM Ropes Course Two-hour activity. Limited tickets available at check-in. Tower (90 lb. minimum) and ground elements.
3:40 PM Classes Varied one-hour classes
3:40 PM Planetarium: Capcom Go! Apollo 11 Anniversary Limited tickets available at check-in.
3:40 PM Classes
5:00 PM Classes Varied one-hour classes
5:00 PM Ropes Course Two-hour activity. Limited tickets available at check-in. Tower (90 lb. minimum) and ground elements.
5:00 PM Planetarium: Stars of the Pharoahs 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 Classes Varied one-hour classes
6:20 PM Planetarium: Stars of the Pharoahs Limited tickets available at check-in.
6:20 PM Classes
7:00 PM Ropes Course Two-hour activity. Limited tickets available at check-in. Tower (90 lb. minimum) and ground elements.
7:30 PM Center Stage Performance for Education Week: The Bonner Family Performance of The Bonners in the Hart Auditorium as they share the gospel messages dearest to their hearts.
TIME EVENT Description
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 Classes Varied one-hour classes
9:00 AM Ropes Course Two-hour activity. Limited tickets available at check-in. Tower (90 lb. minimum) and ground elements.
9:00 AM Planetarium: Perfect Little Planet Limited tickets available at check-in.
9:00 AM Classes
10:20 AM Classes Varied one-hour 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. Tower (90 lb. minimum) and ground elements.
11:40 AM Classes Varied one-hour classes
11:40 AM Planetarium: Secret Lives of Stars Limited tickets available at check-in.
11:40 AM Classes
1:00 PM Classes Varied one-hour classes
1:00 PM Ropes Course Two-hour activity. Limited tickets available at check-in. Tower (90 lb. minimum) and ground elements.
1:00 PM Planetarium: Dawn of the Space Age 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 Closing Session with George Durrant and Susan Easton Black presenting in the Taylor Chapel.
Last updated on 6/12/2019

Classes

 General Schedule

TIME TEACHER CLASS BUILDING/ROOM
10:20 AM --- Classes
10:20 AM Susan Easton Black Nauvoo on the Eve of the Exodus Taylor Chapel/Cultural Hall
10:20 AM Craig Cobia Money Management: A Gospel Perspective STC 201/205
10:20 AM Zachary Cordell Exploring Faith, Culture, and Health Behaviors Ricks 147
10:20 AM Becky Edwards Powerful Ways to Improve Personal Revelation: The Power of Combining Prayer, Scriptures, and Writing to Increase Personal Revelation (Part 1 of 3 part series) Manwaring 387
10:20 AM Jon Fackrell 3D Printing Workshop McKay 140A
10:20 AM Tania Finn Looking to the Liahona: Letting the Lord Lead (1 Nephi 16:16) Taylor 140
10:20 AM Jared Gallini The Biggest Battle That Ever Was Won! Ricks 161
10:20 AM Valerie Hamaker Attached Parenting: An Introduction to Sexual Addiction Prevention Taylor 130
10:20 AM Richard and Cheri Himmer Emotional Intelligence: Why Is It So Darn Hard to Change? (Part 1 of 3 part series) (Co-Taught with Cheri Himmer) Austin 204/206
10:20 AM Jonathan and Kylene Jones We Can Make It Together – Developing a Family Emergency Plan Manwaring 380
10:20 AM David Krzymowski Life of Christ in the Gospels: An Approach to the Four Gospels (Part 1 of 3 part series) Taylor 100
10:20 AM Amy McDougal I Choose Joy: Overcoming Mood and Panic Disorders: Change Your Food and Change Your Mood (Part 1 of 3 part series) Ricks 173
10:20 AM Chris Olsen A Journey to the Past: Exploring Items of Cultural Interest and Spiritual Significance McKay 220
10:20 AM Travis Parry The Millionaire Kid Next Door (Youth) Hinckley Chapel
10:20 AM Kriss Pond Waiting on the Lord (Repeat) (Youth/Adult) Taylor 276
10:20 AM Cole Ratcliffe Five Scriptures That, If Applied to Your Marriage, Can Take It to the Next Level (Repeat) Taylor 248
10:20 AM Nathan and Jelaire Richardson Temples and the Atonement: How 99 Percent of Us Explain the Atonement Wrong (Part 1 of 3 part series) (Co-Taught with Jelaire Richardson) Taylor 120
10:20 AM Bruce Satterfield The Gift of the Holy Ghost: The Gift of the Holy Ghost and Spiritual Rebirth (Part 1 of 3 part series) STC 375/385/394/398
10:20 AM Nathan Tanner Bringing our Broken, Imperfect Souls to the Gospel Manwaring 372A
10:20 AM John Zamudio The Power of Discovering Your Personal Purpose (Repeat) (Youth/Adult) Austin 210/212
11:40 AM --- Classes
11:40 AM Eric Bacon Answers for the Overwhelmed (Youth) Taylor Chapel/Cultural Hall
11:40 AM Cindy Sue Bezas Finding Your Diving Worth: Feed Both Body and Soul Through the Word of Wisdom Ricks 173
11:40 AM Michael Bezas Tools to Deal With Doubt, Despair, and Depression (Youth/Adult) STC 361/367
11:40 AM Susan Easton Black Situational Depression: The Common Cold of Emotional Health Taylor 120
11:40 AM Katuska Serrano Christensen Knowing Who You Are Makes All the Difference (Youth/Adult) Manwaring 380
11:40 AM Craig Cobia Fighting Pornography: A Gospel Perspective STC 201/205
11:40 AM Rick Davis Three Events That Changed History Taylor 276
11:40 AM Becky Edwards Powerful Principles to Help You Accomplish the Impossible: The Importance of Personal Revelation in Accomplishing Your Mortal Mission (Part 1 of 3 part series) Manwaring 387
11:40 AM Kevin Galbraith Religious Freedom at Work Smith 244/250
11:40 AM Valerie Hamaker Variations of Sexual Addiction: How the Internet Impacts the Brain and Its Capacity to Become Addicted Taylor 130
11:40 AM Richard and Cheri Himmer Building Relationships: Conversation Basics: Why Building Rapport Can Be a Communication Blindspot ( Part 1 of 3 part series) (Co-Taught with Cheri Himmer) Austin 204/206
11:40 AM Daris Howard Insights Into the Scriptures - Scholarly Researching Insights into the Book of Mormon - Jaradites (Part 1 of 3 part series) Smith 340
11:40 AM Paulette Kirkham The “Nevertheless” Principle: How Informed Grit is the Seedbed for Flourishing Faith Ricks 147
11:40 AM Cole Ratcliffe Becoming More Righteously Persuasive in Family Life (Repeat) Taylor 248
11:40 AM Bruce Satterfield The Pre-Mortal Spirit World- The First Estate STC 375/385/394/398
11:40 AM Clayton Schmoekel Curing Your Smartphone Obsession: Learn How to Control Your Phone So It Doesn’t Control You! Ricks 161
11:40 AM Arlen Wilcock The Perfectionism Pendulum Austin 210/212
11:40 AM Jason Williams American Protestantism From 1620-1865: Preparing the Ground for the Restored Gospel of Jesus Christ (Part 1 of 2 part series) Smith 440
11:40 AM Nate Wise Avoiding Perils and Pitfalls When Using Copyrighted Materials. McKay 243
1:00 PM --- Classes
1:00 PM Michele Baer Have Miracles Ceased?: Raising Your Faith to Empower Your Life! (Musical Presentation) Manwaring 372A
1:00 PM Michael Bezas Find a Job Path in Life and Following Your Bliss (Youth/Adult) STC 361/367
1:00 PM Nettie Francis Principles and Practices of Family Organization Taylor 100
1:00 PM Ninette Galbraith Religious Freedom: International Issues Smith 244/250
1:00 PM Jared Gallini Look Up and Live (Youth) Hinckley Chapel
1:00 PM Ryan Gardner The Articles of Faith: History and Persistence (Part 1 of 3 part series) Ricks 147
1:00 PM Kelly Gibson The Role of Motivation and Rewards in Raising Children Manwaring 387
1:00 PM Richard Himmer Atonement of Jesus Christ: Repentance: Avoiding the Isolation of the Man Cave and Chick Hut ( Part 1 of 3 part series) Austin 204/206
1:00 PM Donna Howard Junior Primary and Nursery Music - The Directed Listening Method, Plus a Whole Lot More! Manwaring 368/369
1:00 PM Benjamin Hyde What Protestant Friends Taught Me About Being a Better Member and Better Christian (Repeat) STC 201/205
1:00 PM Craig Whetten Around the World in 10 Objects McKay 220
1:00 PM Sam Matthews Leading with Your Followers in Mind Smith 440
1:00 PM Travis Parry Eternal Friends in a Selfie World Ricks 161
1:00 PM Tim Rarick Parenting Round 1: Check Yourself Before You Wreck Yourself...and Child (Part 1 of 3 part series) STC 375/385/394/398
1:00 PM Art Rascon Revelation In a World of Noise Taylor Chapel/Cultural Hall
1:00 PM Nathan and Jelaire Richardson The Two Falls: Are There Some Benefits to Sinning (Part 1 of 3 part series) Taylor 120
3:40 PM --- Classes
3:40 PM Adrienne Babbitt and Abby Elwood Strength-Based Motherhood: Finding Purpose and Staying Happy On Your Side of the Fence Ricks 173
3:40 PM Susan Chadaz The Joy of Teaching Children - Teaching in the Savior's Way STC 201/205
3:40 PM Zachary Cordell Approaching Health with an Eternal Perspective Smith 340
3:40 PM Steve Davis Breaking the Chains of Worry and Anxiety (Repeat) (Youth/Adult) Manwaring 372A
3:40 PM Becky Edwards Scripture Heroes: How We Can Accomplish the Impossible Like They Did (Youth) Hinckley Chapel
3:40 PM Tania Finn The Blessings of a Broken Bow (1 Nephi 16:24) Taylor 140
3:40 PM Bob Gardner The REAL Cause of Porn Addiction and What to Do About It Taylor 100
3:40 PM Julia Hathaway The Art of Relationships: Becoming One with Our Father Taylor 105
3:40 PM Casey Ann Hurley Religious Freedom in Public Schools Smith 244/250
3:40 PM Paulette Kirkham The Cost of Caring: Five Reminders for the Stressed, Pressed, and Worn Down Ricks 147
3:40 PM Travis Parry The Prosperity of Christ Ricks 161
3:40 PM Lindsey Pence Empowering Others During Times of Change Through Mentoring/Coaching Conversations: The Why (Part 1 of 2 part series) Smith 440
3:40 PM Art Rascon On Assignment: Stories of Faith & Resilience Manwaring 387
3:40 PM Eric Richards The Recipe for Revelation (Repeat) Taylor 120
3:40 PM Nathan and Jelaire Richardson Judgy McJudgeface: Judging Without Being Judgemental (Co-Taught with Jelaire Richardson) Taylor Chapel/Cultural Hall
3:40 PM Megan Smith Food Storage Meal Planning and Organization Manwaring 380
3:40 PM Craig Whetten Successful Academic Research Strategies (Youth/Adult) McKay 190
5:00 PM --- Classes
5:00 PM Adrienne Babbitt and Abby Elwood Strength-Based Motherhood: Finding Purpose and Staying Happy On Your Side of the Fence Ricks 173
5:00 PM Michael Cannon Oh Say, What is Truth?: A Heightened Need to Safely Navigate Latter-day Darkness and Confusion (Repeat) STC 201/205
5:00 PM Steve Davis Network Like a Pro (Youth/Adult) Manwaring 372A
5:00 PM Tania Finn Constructing Your Ship in the Lord's Way (1 Nephi 17:8) Taylor 140
5:00 PM Bob Gardner Rebuilding a Marriage Devastated By Porn Taylor 100
5:00 PM Kelly Gibson The Book of Mormon Experiment (Youth/Adult) Manwaring 387
5:00 PM Jason Mow The Warrior Ethos (Repeat) Ricks 147
5:00 PM Eric Richards An Etymological Look at Significant Words in Scripture (Repeat) Taylor 120
5:00 PM Clayton Schmoekel Make Your Personal Data Private Again: Learn How to Protect and Control Your Personal Data in the Age of the Internet Ricks 161
5:00 PM Megan Smith Cooking with Food Storage Manwaring 380
5:00 PM John Thomas Religious Freedom and Fairness for All (Repeat) Smith 244/250
5:00 PM Tyson Yost Why Study Other Religions and How to Do It Taylor Chapel/Cultural Hall
6:20 PM --- Classes
6:20 PM Jason Mow The Heroes of the Book of Mormon "From a Warrior's Perspective" (Repeat) Ricks 147
6:20 PM Brian Pyper Science and the March of Truth: Scientific Revolutions Are Never Just About the Science (Repeat) Manwaring 372A
6:20 PM Eric Richards Significant Symbols of the Savior’s Sacrifice (Repeat) Taylor 120
6:20 PM Nathan and Jelaire Richardson Responding to Criticisms of the Church Taylor Chapel/Cultural Hall
6:20 PM Megan Smith Powerless and Low Fuel Cooking Options Manwaring 380
6:20 PM Trent VanderSloot Unity: Our Ultimate Goal Manwaring 368/369
6:20 PM John Zamudio The Power of Discovering Your Personal Purpose (Repeat) (Youth/Adult) Manwaring 387
TIME TEACHER CLASS BUILDING/ROOM
9:00 AM --- Classes
9:00 AM Michael Cannon Oh Say, What is Truth?: A Heightened Need to Safely Navigate Latter-day Darkness and Confusion (Repeat) Manwaring 387
9:00 AM Katuska Serrano Christensen Unexpected Gifts (Repeat) STC 201/205
9:00 AM Steven Collis Religious Freedom: An Introduction to US Law Smith 244/250
9:00 AM Tania Finn Returning to the Pasture of the King Ammon, The Gathering of Israel, and Family History (Alma 17: 25-39) Taylor 140
9:00 AM Jared Gallini Defeating Lions, Giants, and Other Insurmountable Odds (Youth) Hinckley Chapel
9:00 AM Daris Howard Insights Into the Scriptures and Prophetic Words - What Will It Be Like When We Die - The Spirit World Smith 340
9:00 AM Donna Howard Beginning Ukulele for Everyone! (Part 1 of 2 part series) Manwaring 368/369
9:00 AM Benjamin Hyde What Protestant Friends Taught Me About Being a Better Member and Better Christian (Repeat) Taylor Chapel/Cultural Hall
9:00 AM Jonathan and Kylene Jones Designer Food Storage Plans – Food Just the Way YOU Like It Manwaring 380
9:00 AM David Krzymowski Life of Christ in the Gospels: Insights Into the Early Life and Galilean Ministry of the Savior Jesus Christ (Part 2 of 3 part series) Taylor 100
9:00 AM Sam Matthews Introverted Leadership: The Lord Needs Us All Smith 440
9:00 AM Sam Nielson Fishing With Grass: Rod Making From Split Bamboo McKay 243
9:00 AM Kriss Pond Waiting on the Lord (Repeat) (Youth/Adult) Taylor 276
9:00 AM Brian Pyper Faith and Science for Latter-day Saint Youth (Youth) Ricks 147
9:00 AM Eric Richards The Recipe for Revelation (Repeat) STC 361/367
9:00 AM Clayton Schmoekel Curing Your Smartphone Obsession: Learn How to Control Your Phone So It Doesn’t Control You! Ricks 161
9:00 AM Ty Tanner Increasing Your Spiritual Horsepower Manwaring 372A
9:00 AM Arlen Wilcock The Perfectionism Pendulum Austin 210/212
10:20 AM --- Classes
10:20 AM Adrienne Babbitt and Abby Elwood When Doubts or Questions Arise (Youth/Adult) Ricks 173
10:20 AM Eric Bacon Women in the Scriptures Taylor 130
10:20 AM Susan Easton Black Flee Babylon Taylor Chapel/Cultural Hall
10:20 AM Craig Cobia Money Management: Finally . . . a Working Budget STC 201/205
10:20 AM Zachary Cordell Understanding the Majesty of Our Bodies in Mortality Ricks 147
10:20 AM Rick Davis Three Events That Changed History Taylor 276
10:20 AM Becky Edwards Powerful Ways to Improve Personal Revelation: Four Ways to Invite More Revelation (Part 2 of 3 part series) Manwaring 387
10:20 AM Nettie Francis Principles and Practices of Purposeful Motherhood Taylor 100
10:20 AM Richard and Cheri Himmer Emotional Intelligence: Paradoxical Behaviors: Why Too Much of a Good Thing is Too Much (Part 2 or 3 part series) (Co-Taught with Cheri Himmer) Austin 204/206
10:20 AM Daris Howard The Power of the Book of Mormon Smith 340
10:20 AM Jonathan and Kylene Jones Backyard Survival Garden – Growing Your Own Fresh Food Manwaring 380
10:20 AM Craig Whetten Fantastic Beasts and Where They're Found in Medieval Manuscripts McKay 220
10:20 AM Travis Parry Live Your Teenage Life on Purpose (Youth) Hinckley Chapel
10:20 AM Cole Ratcliffe Five Scriptures That, If Applied to Your Marriage, Can Take It to the Next Level (Repeat) Taylor 248
10:20 AM Eric Richards An Etymological Look at Significant Words in Scripture (Repeat) STC 361/367
10:20 AM Nathan and Jelaire Richardson Temples and the Atonement: Face and Voice Symbolism in the Temple (Part 2 of 3 part series) Taylor 120
10:20 AM Bruce Satterfield The Gift of the Holy Ghost: The Necessity of the Sabbath and Sacrament in Maintaining the Gift of the Holy Ghost (Part 2 of 3 part series) STC 375/385/394/398
10:20 AM Clayton Schmoekel Make Your Personal Data Private Again: Learn How to Protect and Control Your Personal Data in the Age of the Internet Ricks 161
10:20 AM Trent VanderSloot Unity: Our Ultimate Goal Manwaring 368/369
10:20 AM John Zamudio The Power of Discovering Your Personal Purpose (Repeat) (Youth/Adult) Austin 210/212
11:40 AM --- Classes
11:40 AM David Andersen Religious Freedom in Higher Education Smith 244/250
11:40 AM Adrienne Babbitt and Abby Elwood When Doubts or Questions Arise (Youth/Adult) Ricks 173
11:40 AM Eric Bacon Women in the Scriptures Taylor 130
11:40 AM Susan Easton Black Shrink the Negative Taylor Chapel
11:40 AM Katuska Serrano Christensen Unexpected Gifts (Repeat) Manwaring 380
11:40 AM Craig Cobia Fighting Pornography: There is No Shame in Sporadic, Gradual Progress STC 201/205
11:40 AM Becky Edwards Powerful Principles to Help You Accomplish the Impossible: Is Your Mindset More Like Nephi or Laman and Lemuel? How to Manage Your Thoughts (Part 2 of 3 part series) Manwaring 387
11:40 AM Jared Gallini After All We Can Do, We Are Saved by Grace! No Exceptions! Ricks 161
11:40 AM Richard and Cheri Himmer Building Relationships: Descalating Emotions: How to Address Fight or Flight Scenarios (Part 2 of 3 part series) (Co-Taught with Cheri Himmer) Austin 204/206
11:40 AM Daris Howard Insights Into the Scriptures -Scholarly Research Insights Into the Book of Mormon - Lehi (Part 2 of 3 part series) Smith 340
11:40 AM Melissa Howell Creating a Beautiful Home Even When the Magic Cleaning Fairies Never Show Up Taylor 105
11:40 AM Paulette Kirkham Bonds & Belonging: Walking the Family Tightrope (Part 1 of a 2 part series) Ricks 147
11:40 AM Cole Ratcliffe Becoming More Righteously Persuasive in Family Life (Repeat) Taylor 248
11:40 AM Eric Richards Significant Symbols of the Savior’s Sacrifice (Repeat) STC 361/367
11:40 AM Bruce Satterfield The Purpose of the Mortal Body - Birth, Life, and Death - With God's Eternal Plan STC 375/385/394/398
11:40 AM Jana Scardina An Adoption Story: Bring More Hope, Healing, and Joy to Your Adoptive Family Smith 440
11:40 AM Carleen Tanner Learning to Identify the Voice of the Spirit Manwaring 372A
1:00 PM --- Classes
1:00 PM Michele Baer How Do I Become Distinct and Different in Happy Ways When I Am Struggling to Read My Scriptures? (Musical Presentation) Manwaring 372A
1:00 PM Cindy Sue Bezas How Much Joy Can You Stand? STC 361/367
1:00 PM Matthew Fackrell How Can I Strengthen My Relationship With My Spouse and Other Family Members? Taylor Chapel/Cultural Hall
1:00 PM Joshua Figueira Religious Liberty "Workmen (and Women) of all Kinds": What You Can Do to Promote Religious Liberty Smith 244/250
1:00 PM Nettie Francis Principles and Practices of Family Organization Taylor 100
1:00 PM Ryan Gardner The Articles of Faith: Distinctive Doctrines of the Restoration (Part 2 of 3 part series) Ricks 147
1:00 PM Richard Himmer Atonement of Jesus Christ: The Fall of Adam: A Metaphorical Approach to Finding Personal Balance (Part 2 of 3 part series) Austin 204/206
1:00 PM Donna Howard Senior Primary Music - The Directed Listening Mehtod, Plus a Lot More! Manwaring 368/369
1:00 PM Benjamin Hyde What Protestant Friends Taught Me About Being a Better Member and Better Christian (Repeat) STC 201/205
1:00 PM Amy McDougal I Choose Joy: Overcoming Mood and Panic Disorders: Train Your Brain and Change Your Brain (Part 2 of 3 part series) Ricks 173
1:00 PM Travis Parry Live Your Life on Purpose Ricks 161
1:00 PM Tim Rarick Parenting Round 2: Avoiding Excuses in Parenting (Part 2 of 3 part series) STC 375/385/394/398
1:00 PM Art Rascon Be There! (Youth) Hinckley Chapel
1:00 PM Nathan and Jelaire Richardson The Two Falls: The Plan of Salvation Like You've Never Drawn it Before (Part 2 of 3 part series) Taylor 120
1:00 PM Ina Rodino Biblical Art McKay 220
1:00 PM Jason Williams American Protestantism From 1865 to the Present: Unique Doctrines of the Restored Gospel of Jesus Christ (Part 2 of 2 part series) Smith 440
3:40 PM --- Classes
3:40 PM Susan Chadaz The Delight of Teaching Youth - Teaching in the Savior's Way STC 201/205
3:40 PM Steven Collis Religious Freedom: Free Exercise Law Smith 244/250
3:40 PM Becky Edwards Scripture Power: Five Ways to Bring Scriptures to Life (Youth) Hinckley Chapel
3:40 PM Tania Finn Looking to the Liahona: Letting the Lord Lead (1 Nephi 16:16) Taylor 140
3:40 PM Bob Gardner How to Permanently Forget Porn Taylor 100
3:40 PM Kelly Gibson That We May Always Have His Spirit to Be With Us: A Guide to Personal and Family Scripture Study (Youth/Adult) Taylor Chapel/Cultural Hall
3:40 PM Julia Hathaway The Art of Relationships: Experiencing Joy in the Messiness of Motherhood Austin 204/206
3:40 PM Paulette Kirkham The Cost of Caring: Five Reminders for the Stressed, Pressed, and Worn Down Ricks 147
3:40 PM Amy McDougal I Choose Joy: Overcoming Mood and Panic Disorders: Being Enough and Being Loved (Part 3 of 3 part series) Ricks 173
3:40 PM Travis Parry Hidden Earthquakes of the Adversary Ricks 161
3:40 PM Lindsey Pence Empowering Others During Times of Change Through Mentoring/Coaching Conversations: The How (Part 2 of 2 part series) Smith 440
3:40 PM Brian Pyper Science and the March of Truth: Scientific Revolutions Are Never Just About the Science (Repeat) Taylor 120
3:40 PM Art Rascon On Assignment: Stories of Faith & Resilience Manwaring 387
3:40 PM Megan Smith Food Storage Meal Planning and Organization Manwaring 380
3:40 PM Nathan Tanner Help! Parenting in the Technology Age: Finding Limits that Make Sense Manwaring 372A
5:00 PM --- Classes
5:00 PM Tania Finn The Blessings of a Broken Bow (1 Nephi 16:24) Taylor 140
5:00 PM Bob Gardner The REAL Cause of Porn Addiction and What to Do About It Taylor 100
5:00 PM Valerie Hamaker Sexual Addication and Its Impact on the Human Brain Taylor 130
5:00 PM Jason Mow The Warrior Ethos (Repeat) Ricks 147
5:00 PM Nathan and Jelaire Richardson Hard-to-Understand Commandments Taylor 120
5:00 PM Megan Smith Cooking with Food Storage Manwaring 380
5:00 PM John Thomas Religious Freedom and Fairness for All (Repeat) Smith 244/250
5:00 PM Tyson Yost Why Study Other Religions and How to Do It Taylor Chapel/Cultural Hall
6:20 PM --- Classes
6:20 PM Joshua Figueira Religious Liberty "Workmen (and Women) of all Kinds": What You Can Do to Promote Religious Liberty Smith 244/250
6:20 PM Valerie Hamaker Teaching Our Younger Children About Healthy Sexuality and Preparing Them for When They Are Exposed to Pornography Taylor 130
6:20 PM Jason Mow The Heroes of the Book of Mormon "From a Warrior's Perspective" (Repeat) Ricks 147
6:20 PM Megan Smith Powerless and Low Fuel Cooking Options Manwaring 380
TIME TEACHER CLASS BUILDING/ROOM
9:00 AM --- Classes
9:00 AM Adrienne Babbitt and Abby Elwood Mission Possible: Learn a Language as a Family (Youth/Adult) Ricks 173
9:00 AM Michele Baer Are We Listening? Are We Prepared?: Powerful Prophetic Themes to Prepare for the Lord's Second Coming (Musical Presentation) Taylor Chapel/Cultural Hall
9:00 AM Susan Chadaz The Pleasure of Teaching Adults - And You Will Succeed STC 201/205
9:00 AM Steven Collis Religious Freedom: Non-Establishment Smith 244/250
9:00 AM Steve Davis College Success 101 (Youth/Adult) Taylor 248
9:00 AM Tania Finn Constructing Your Ship in the Lord's Way (1 Nephi 17:8) Taylor 140
9:00 AM Kelly Gibson The Role of Motivation and Rewards in Raising Children Manwaring 387
9:00 AM Valerie Hamaker Teaching Adolescents About Healthy Sexuality Taylor 130
9:00 AM Julia Hathaway The Art of Relationships: What is Perfect Love? Taylor 120
9:00 AM Richard and Cheri Himmer Emotional Intelligence: Teach vs Tell: Monologuing vs Dialoguing (Part 3 of 3 part series) (Co-Taught with Cheri Himmer) Austin 204/206
9:00 AM Daris Howard Revelation - Receiving and Recognizing It Smith 340
9:00 AM Donna Howard More Ukulele for Everyone! (Part 2 of 2 part series) Manwaring 368/369
9:00 AM Jonathan and Kylene Jones Let the Storm Rage On – Survive Freezing Temperatures Without Electricity Manwaring 380
9:00 AM David Krzymowski Life of Christ in the Gospels: Insights Into the Final Events in the Life of the Savior Jesus Christ (Part 3 of 3 part series) Taylor 100
9:00 AM Sam Matthews Leading Through Your Strengths (Youth/Adult) Smith 440
9:00 AM Travis Parry The Cleansing Power of Forgiveness Ricks 161
9:00 AM Art Rascon Be There! (Youth) Hinckley Chapel
9:00 AM Keri Krout Smith Adverse Childhood Experiences: What Are They, and What Can Be Done About Them? Ricks 147
9:00 AM Nathan Tanner Sisters in Pants?! Can They DO That? Manwaring 372A
9:00 AM Arlen Wilcock The Perfectionism Pendulum Austin 210/212
10:20 AM --- Classes
10:20 AM Adrienne Babbitt and Abby Elwood Mission Possible: Learn a Language as a Family (Youth/Adult) Ricks 173
10:20 AM Michael Bezas Tools to Deal With Doubt, Despair, and Depression (Youth/Adult) STC 361/367
10:20 AM Susan Easton Black Westward Bound Pioneers Taylor Chapel/Cultural Hall
10:20 AM Craig Cobia Money Management: Finding the Power Within to Reach Your Goals STC 201/205
10:20 AM Steven Collis Religious Freedom: Current Cases Smith 244/250
10:20 AM Steve Davis Breaking the Chains of Worry and Anxiety (Repeat) (Youth/Adult) Taylor 248
10:20 AM Becky Edwards Powerful Ways to Improve Personal Revelation: Removing Barriers That Can Block Revelation (Part 3 of 3 part series) Manwaring 387
10:20 AM Jared Gallini The Heroic Power of Remembering (Youth) Hinckley Chapel
10:20 AM Valerie Hamaker Marriage: A Thousand Pieced Puzzle-All Sky Taylor 130
10:20 AM Jason Harwood Don't Just Play, Play to Win! Ricks 161
10:20 AM Daris Howard Storytelling -The Fun Way to Write a Life History Smith 340
10:20 AM Melissa Howell Creating a Beautiful Home Even When the Magic Cleaning Fairies Never Show Up Taylor 105
10:20 AM Jonathan and Kylene Jones Living Out of a Backpack – Building the Right Survival Kit Manwaring 380
10:20 AM Jason Mow The Warrior Ethos (Repeat) Austin 210/212
10:20 AM Nathan and Jelaire Richardson Temples and the Atonement: Six Doctrines Taught in the Five Temple Rooms (Part 3 of 3 part series) Taylor 120
10:20 AM Bruce Satterfield The Gift of the Holy Ghost: The Gift of the Holy Ghost and the Ministering of Angels (Part 3 of 3 part series) STC 375/385/394/398
10:20 AM Keri Krout Smith The Divine in the Daily: Encouraging Words for Today's Mothers and Fathers Ricks 147
10:20 AM Ty Tanner God's Second Greatest Commandment: What We Are Missing! Manwaring 372A
10:20 AM Trent VanderSloot Unity: Our Ultimate Goal Manwaring 368/369
11:40 AM --- Classes
11:40 AM Michael Bezas Find a Job Path in Life and Following Your Bliss (Youth/Adult) STC 361/367
11:40 AM Susan Easton Black Overcoming: The Courageous Choice Taylor 120
11:40 AM Craig Cobia Fighting Pornography: Channel Your Energy, Get Involved, and Fight STC 201/205
11:40 AM Becky Edwards Powerful Principles to Help You Accomplish the Impossible: The Hidden Blessings of Stacked Odds and Failures (Part 3 of 3 part series) Manwaring 387
11:40 AM Joshua Figueira Religious Liberty "Workmen (and Women) of all Kinds": What You Can Do to Promote Religious Liberty Smith 244/250
11:40 AM Bob Gardner Rebuilding a Marriage Devastated By Porn Taylor 100
11:40 AM Jason Harwood Five Scriptures That Teach Us How to Be Happy Ricks 161
11:40 AM Richard and Cheri Himmer Building Relationships: Truth and Respect: Why Having to Be Right is Wrong Headed (Part 3 of a 3 part series) (Co-Taught with Cheri Himmer) Austin 204/206
11:40 AM Daris Howard Insights Into the Scriptures - Scholarly Research Insights Into the Book of Mormon - Mulekites (Part 3 of 3 part series) Smith 340
11:40 AM Paulette Kirkham Bonds & Belonging: Walking the Family Tightrope (Part 2 of a 2 part series) Ricks 147
11:40 AM Jason Mow The Heroes of the Book of Mormon "From a Warrior's Perspective" (Repeat) Austin 210/212
11:40 AM Travis Parry Real Friends in a Fakebook World (Youth) Taylor Chapel/Cultural Hall
11:40 AM Bruce Satterfield The Post-Mortal Spirit World - More Has Been Revealed in Scripture and by Latter-day Prophets than Many Realize STC 375/385/394/398
11:40 AM Jana Scardina The Stages of Team Development: What I Wished I Would Have Know Before the Bishop Called Me to Serve Smith 440
11:40 AM Megan Smith Retained Heat Cooking Manwaring 380
11:40 AM John Zamudio The Power of Discovering Your Personal Purpose (Repeat) (Youth/Adult) Ricks 173
1:00 PM --- Classes
1:00 PM Cindy Sue Bezas Ennobling the Family STC 361/367
1:00 PM Michael Cannon Oh Say, What is Truth?: A Heightened Need to Safely Navigate Latter-day Darkness and Confusion (Repeat) Taylor Chapel/Cultural Hall
1:00 PM Tania Finn Returning to the Pasture of the King Ammon, The Gathering of Israel, and Family History (Alma 17: 25-39) Taylor 140
1:00 PM Jared Gallini When Kings Go Forth to Battle . . . David Tarried Still at Jerusalem Ricks 161
1:00 PM Bob Gardner How to Permanently Forget Porn Taylor 100
1:00 PM Ryan Gardner The Articles of Faith: Maintaining and Defending the Faith (Part 3 of 3 part series) Ricks 147
1:00 PM Kelly Gibson The Book of Mormon Experiment (Youth/Adult) Manwaring 387
1:00 PM Jason Harwood Read, Understand, Apply: Help Me Get From Just Reading to Understanding the Scriptures Ricks 173
1:00 PM Richard Himmer Atonement of Jesus Christ: Forgiveness: The Role of Addiction, Grudges, and Codependency (Part 3 of 3 part series) Austin 204/206
1:00 PM Donna Howard The Benefits of Midline Crossing Activities in Children - In Education, Coordination, Behavior, and More Manwaring 368/369
1:00 PM Brian Pyper Science and the March of Truth: Scientific Revolutions Are Never Just About the Science (Repeat) Taylor 248
1:00 PM Tim Rarick Parenting Round 3: Lead, Guide, Walk Beside, Help, and Teach (Part 3 of 3 part series) STC 375/385/394/398
1:00 PM Nathan and Jelaire Richardson The Two Falls: The Pride Cycle 2.0: Now with Four New Paths! (Part 3 of 3 part series) (Co-Taught with Jelaire Richardson) Taylor 120
1:00 PM Megan Smith Retained Heat Cooking Manwaring 380
1:00 PM Arlen Wilcock The Perfectionism Pendulum Austin 210/212

ACTIVITIES

 General Schedule

DATE TIME ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION LOCATION
8/1/2019 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
8/1/2019 9:00 AM Opening Session

Opening Session with Eric Richards will be presented in the Taylor Chapel.

Taylor Chapel
8/1/2019 9:00 AM Ropes Course

Play group games, work together to solve puzzles, and help one another conquer the climbing tower. 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
8/1/2019 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
8/1/2019 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
8/1/2019 11:00 AM Ropes Course

Play group games, work together to solve puzzles, and help one another conquer the climbing tower. 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
8/1/2019 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
8/1/2019 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
8/1/2019 1:00 PM 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
8/1/2019 1:00 PM Ropes Course

Play group games, work together to solve puzzles, and help one another conquer the climbing tower. 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
8/1/2019 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
8/1/2019 2:00 PM Bowling

Open bowling 2 - 10 p.m. 

Manwaring Center 173 - Bowling Alley
8/1/2019 2:20 PM Devotional

Kelly Burgener, BYU-Idaho Academic Vice President, will be the devotional speaker in the Taylor Chapel.

Taylor Chapel
8/1/2019 3:00 PM Ropes Course

Play group games, work together to solve puzzles, and help one another conquer the climbing tower. 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
8/1/2019 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
8/1/2019 5:00 PM Ropes Course

Play group games, work together to solve puzzles, and help one another conquer the climbing tower. 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
8/1/2019 5:00 PM Planetarium: Exploding Universe

Out of devastating events in the cosmos comes new creation. Explosive phenomena are responsible for the universe today, from supernovas to supervolcanoes.  As the universe has transformed, even the most elementary particles have endured. Follow a single proton through some of the universe's most violent moments, as it participates in nature's astounding events of rebirth and renewal. (5th grade and up. 30 minutes)

Romney 107
8/1/2019 6:00 PM Roller Skating

Open roller skating 6 - 10 p.m. in Manwaring Center Grand Ballroom. (Skates availabe on-site; no personal skates allowed.)

Manwaring Center 220 Grand Ballroom
8/1/2019 6:00 PM Passover Dinner

Experience the traditions of the passover with a presentation by Ron Anderson, a faculty member in the BYU-Idaho Department of Religious Education. Two-hour activity. $25 plus tax; limited seating; must be reserved and paid for at time of registration. (suggested ages 8 and older; classroom dress)

Manwaring Center, Dance Studio 201
8/1/2019 6:20 PM Planetarium: Exploding Universe

Out of devastating events in the cosmos comes new creation. Explosive phenomena are responsible for the universe today, from supernovas to supervolcanoes.  As the universe has transformed, even the most elementary particles have endured. Follow a single proton through some of the universe's most violent moments, as it participates in nature's astounding events of rebirth and renewal. (5th grade and up. 30 minutes)

Romney 107
8/1/2019 7:00 PM Ropes Course

Play group games, work together to solve puzzles, and help one another conquer the climbing tower. 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
8/1/2019 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
8/1/2019 8:30 PM Youth Dance

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

Hinckley Gym 260/270
8/2/2019 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
8/2/2019 9:00 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
8/2/2019 9:00 AM Ropes Course

Play group games, work together to solve puzzles, and help one another conquer the climbing tower. 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
8/2/2019 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
8/2/2019 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
8/2/2019 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
8/2/2019 11:00 AM Ropes Course

Play group games, work together to solve puzzles, and help one another conquer the climbing tower. 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
8/2/2019 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
8/2/2019 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
8/2/2019 1:00 PM 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
8/2/2019 1:00 PM Ropes Course

Play group games, work together to solve puzzles, and help one another conquer the climbing tower. 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
8/2/2019 1:00 PM Planetarium: Capcom Go! Apollo 11 Anniversary

An immersive, historical documentary that showcases the achievements of the Apollo program and what it took to put the first human on the Moon. It introduces a new generation to the immense challenges they overcame and will inspire them to become the explorers, designers, engineers, thinkers and dreamers of the future. The show is the perfect way to celebrate the 50th Apollo 11 Anniversary in July 2019. (25 minutes. 3rd grade and up)

Romney 107
8/2/2019 2:00 PM Bowling

Open bowling 2 - 10 p.m. 

Manwaring Center 173 - Bowling Alley
8/2/2019 2:20 PM Devotional

Steve Davis, BYU-Idaho Alumni Director, will be the devotional speaker in the Taylor Chapel.

Taylor Chapel
8/2/2019 3:00 PM Ropes Course

Play group games, work together to solve puzzles, and help one another conquer the climbing tower. 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
8/2/2019 3:40 PM Planetarium: Capcom Go! Apollo 11 Anniversary

An immersive, historical documentary that showcases the achievements of the Apollo program and what it took to put the first human on the Moon. It introduces a new generation to the immense challenges they overcame and will inspire them to become the explorers, designers, engineers, thinkers and dreamers of the future. The show is the perfect way to celebrate the 50th Apollo 11 Anniversary in July 2019. (25 minutes. 3rd grade and up)

Romney 107
8/2/2019 5:00 PM Ropes Course

Play group games, work together to solve puzzles, and help one another conquer the climbing tower. 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
8/2/2019 5:00 PM Planetarium: Stars of the Pharoahs

Travel to ancient Egypt to see how science was used to tell time, make a workable calendar, and align huge buildings. Learn about the connection the ancient Egyptians felt with the stars and various astronomical phenomena. See some of the most spectacular temples and tombs of the ancient world recreated in their original splendor. (35 minutes. High school and above.) Limited tickets available at check-in.

Romney 107
8/2/2019 6:00 PM Roller Skating

Open roller skating 6 - 10 p.m. in Manwaring Center Grand Ballroom. (Skates availabe on-site; no personal skates allowed.)

Manwaring Center 220 Grand Ballroom
8/2/2019 6:20 PM Planetarium: Stars of the Pharoahs

Travel to ancient Egypt to see how science was used to tell time, make a workable calendar, and align huge buildings. Learn about the connection the ancient Egyptians felt with the stars and various astronomical phenomena. See some of the most spectacular temples and tombs of the ancient world recreated in their original splendor. (35 minutes. High school and above.) Limited tickets available at check-in.

Romney 107
8/2/2019 7:00 PM Ropes Course

Play group games, work together to solve puzzles, and help one another conquer the climbing tower. 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
8/2/2019 7:30 PM Center Stage Performance for Education Week: The Bonner Family

Expertly crafted vocal harmonies, soulful original songs, and inspiring messages define the music of The Bonner Family.  Debra and Harry Bonner served as Baptist missionaries in Africa before becoming members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.  In this powerful performance, they and their eight children share the message dearest to their hearts: "We need Him, and He is here." Tickets go on sale April 22. Cost is $6 for BYU-Idaho students, $12 for general public. No children under four. Classroom dress.

Hart Auditorium
8/3/2019 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
8/3/2019 9:00 AM Ropes Course

Play group games, work together to solve puzzles, and help one another conquer the climbing tower. 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
8/3/2019 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
8/3/2019 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
8/3/2019 11:00 AM Ropes Course

Play group games, work together to solve puzzles, and help one another conquer the climbing tower. 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
8/3/2019 11:40 AM Planetarium: Secret Lives of Stars

Not all stars are created equal. Some are massive. Others are tiny; almost insignificant. The specific characteristics of a star will determine what type of life it will lead, how long it might live and even the type of death it will die. We will witness the amazing variety of stars and peer into their secret lives. Secret Lives of Stars is narrated by Patrick Stewart. (27 minutes. 3rd grade and up.)

Romney 107
8/3/2019 1:00 PM Ropes Course

Play group games, work together to solve puzzles, and help one another conquer the climbing tower. 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
8/3/2019 1:00 PM Planetarium: Dawn of the Space Age

From the launch of the first artificial satellite Sputnik, to the magnificent lunar landings and privately operated space flights. Re-live the excitement of the early days of space exploration. Be immersed with this historic reconstruction of Man's first steps into space. Who were the people that took part in these death defying endeavors? Witness their drive, their passion, and their perseverance to explore. (40 minutes. 5th grade and up.)

Romney 107
8/3/2019 2:00 PM Bowling

Open bowling 2 - 10 p.m. 

Manwaring Center 173 - Bowling Alley
8/3/2019 2:20 PM Closing Session

Closing Session with George Durrant and Susan Easton Black will be in the Taylor Chapel.

Taylor Chapel

ACTIVITIES

General Schedule

See Youth Schedule for the list of youth classes

BYU-Idaho Education Week 2019 Schedule