ACTIVITIES FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY!
Parents, grandparents, teens, kids-
we have something for everyone.
From Spot Lights to Black Lights: Youth are invited to the aftershow party.
The curtain is drawn, and now it's time for an Evening Escape. Meet us after the Talent Extravaganza in the Ballroom for glow-in-the-dark fun. Wear neon and light colors to shine under the black light.
Welcome to "Homeschoolers Got Talent!" Do you dance, juggle, or do stand up, martial arts, or impersonations? If the answer is yes, then you belong on our stage.
Here's your chance to show us what you're made of. "Homeschoolers Got Talent" wants to see what you can do. Talent not listed above? Bring it to the stage! Perform in the most prestigious show in homeschool history.
Please send in photos of you doing amazing things for the slideshow.
If a hungry little mouse shows up on your doorstep, you might want to give him a cookie. Kids and parents are invited to join us Wednesday evening for this fun-filled activity.
Ever wonder what would happen if you give a mouse a cookie? Or a moose a muffin? Start your bedtime routine as we find the answer to these and other perplexing questions while reading books by Laura Numeroff and making crafts. Plus, take home a treat!
You'll be on the edge of your seat as a master storyteller takes us back to colonial Virginia as John Rolfe! All ages are invited.
“Dick Cheatham is a master story teller, a superb teacher, and a most gifted dramatist all rolled up into one magnificent package!…His presentation as John Rolfe is spell binding. Dick Cheatham doesn’t just keep his audience’s attention, but he involves them and brings them with him into the 1600s. Who says history can’t be interesting, entertaining, and captivating?” Bob Pettitt – President KRHP-TV 14.
Swing on in to our Jungle-themed family dance!
Let your inner animal loose at our family Jungle dance. Dress in animal print and get ready to go bananas. We'll have snacks, crafts, limbo, and maybe even a few surprises.
Congratulations class of 2018! It's time to celebrate with family, friends, and Justin Young.
Graduates and their families and friends are invited to attend the LDSHE Graduation Celebration. Light refreshments and a dance will follow the program. This year we are excited to have Justin Young as our Graduation Keynote speaker.
Are you a dad or grandparent who came to the conference to keep an eye on the little ones? We have some fantastic activities planned to help you keep them busy and happy!
On Wednesday, we’ll start off the morning with a ferry ride across the James River, and then a short drive to the Chippokes Plantation State Park, one of the oldest continually-farmed plantations in the country. We will participate in a guided tour of the plantation.
Thursday we will have a 1.5 hour tour of American Revolution Museum at Yorktown. We’ll see the founding of our nation as we explore their new indoor gallery. On our tour we’ll visit a Revolution-era farm where we can see life as it was in colonial times. Then we’ll visit a Continental Army encampment. We’ll learn about the life of a soldier during the Revolutionary War. Afterward, you can eat lunch at the picnic tables at the museum, or take a short drive and check out Yorktown Beach, next to Riverwalk Landing at 331 Water Street, Yorktown.
On Friday, Dads and Kids activities are on-site at the DoubleTree.
Please fill out this Webform to RSVP for any of these activities.
Relax and Refocus with Yoga. This year at a NEW time! Join us Wednesday & Thursday nights at 8:15pm. Adults and teens are welcome.
Take the opportunity to move and relax at the end of the LDSHE conference day on Wednesday and Thursday with an all-levels yoga class to get your body moving after you sit through conference classes. Registered yoga teacher Jessica Croker will lead unintimidating sequences from an LDS perspective that will help you process and integrate everything you learn at the conference—mind, body, and spirit. If you have a yoga mat, bring it! Now being held in the evening.
Bring your burning questions to the Mentor Moms Chat Room and gain insight and encouragement from veteran moms who have "been there and done that" several times over. The Mentor Moms Chat Room will be held in the Center Lounge from 7 p.m. - 10 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday nights.
One of the best things about the LDSHE conference is the opportunity to meet and learn from other homeschooling moms, but sometimes our busy days leave little time for us to just sit, chat, and connect. The Mentor Mom Chat Room is a place for you to relax with other like minded moms and swap tips and ideas. This conference feature is open to all adult attendees but is particularly designed to meet the needs of moms who attend without their family and want an alternative to the family-oriented evening activities. Come mingle with other moms—including homeschooling veterans who can speak from experience—to share advice, ask questions, and support each other.