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Minicon 33 Children's Programming Schedule

This information didn't make it into Draft 4, so it's presented here as a separate page. It will be in Draft 5, which will probably appear Monday 6-April-1998.

Unless otherwise noted, events will take place in Plaza 3 in the Plaza (North) Tower.

When Title Description Participants
15:00-16:00 Child of Slime Make slimy stuff. Kris Honse, Hillary Posner
16:00-17:00 Kitchen Science How does Jello gel? Why does aluminum in hot water untarish silver? Joyce Scrivner
19:00-midnight Children's D&D Create and play your very own character. Adventure designed for girls and boys ages 7 to 12. All materials provided. Limit 10 kids. Guardian needed for 10 minute check-in. Sam Welter, Michael Kauper
10:00-11:00 Origami I Learn the basic folds of origami. Will Earley
11:00 -12:00 Origami II Basic and intermediate folding for kids of all ages. Will Earley
12:00-13:00 Make Your Own Book Put together a blank book and decorate the cover. T-Roy Guzman and Tamara Froome
13:00-14:00 Juggling for All Ages Learn feats of dexterity and fun. Minnesota Never-Thriving
14:00-15:00 All the World's a Stage Discover theater games. Bruce Glassco
Play the most popular game in 10 Forward. Easy as checkers to learn, hard as chess to master. Will Earley
16:00-17:00 Are You Ready for the Academy? Visit our ten testing stations and see if you have a future in the stars! Cynthia Sorenson, Will Earley
17:00-18:30 Renaissance Hair Braiding Learn ropes, round braids, crowns, hearts and other fancy stuff. John Warley
10:00-11:00 Finger Puppets Make a handful of characters. Sue Loeffler
11:00-12:00 Pipe Cleaner Dragons Dragon making for kids and adults. Julie Bowman
12:00-13:00 Toys in Space See how your favorite toys fare in outer space. Hands on physics demo! Ben Huset and Minnesota Space Frontier Society
13:00-14:00 Drumming for All Ages Discover the rhythm in yourself. Come to learn drumming or to dance. Tod O'Donoghue and friends
14:00-15:00 Balloon Animals   John Wardale

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