BYU-Idaho Radio · BYU-Idaho’s Education Summit is full of family fun and educational activities

BYU-Idaho will host its Education Summit on July 29 that will feature presentations by faculty members such as Bruce Satterfield, Riley Hall, Caryn Esplin, Jill Evans and many more. 

“Our education summit is a series of speakers starting at 9 in the morning and going until about 4 with a different speaker every half hour,” said Judy Steiner, the director of event management, in an interview with BYU-Idaho Radio. 

The summit will also have opportunities to enjoy many of the facilities at BYU-Idaho such as the ropes course, the bowling alley, planetarium and roller skating. 

“We have a lot of activities to go with it … we are really excited about all of that,” Steiner said. 

There will also be tours of the BYU-Idaho Ricks Gardens and a ukulele workshop for those interested in learning the basics of playing the instrument. 

Lunch is available for $8 and the event will also feature a live concert of “Take Me Home: The Music of John Denver” featuring Jim Curry. 

We really hope that they'll come and participate. I think that they will just leave uplifted and I think that it could be a great boost to their summer,” Steiner said. 

You can learn more about the event by visiting the website here.