Adult Program

Stay tuned for our 2020 Conference Schedule. To get an idea of what to expect, here is our 2019 schedule.

Conference Schedule

The 2019 Family Adventure Summit runs from Oct 2-6, 2019. We kick off in the evening of Oct 2 with an opening social dinner party, and end mid-day on Oct 6, for a full 4 days of fun!

We will be running a full little’s program (aged 2-5), children’s program (ages 6-12), and teen program (age 13-18) all while the adults are attending their sessions. There will be something for everyone including project-based learning, full group games, and an open art room. 

Below you’ll find more information on our adult conference program.

Get Our Scheudule App

To better support environmental sustainability, we’ve chosen not to print paper program booklets with the schedule for each family. Instead, we have created an app that has all of the schedule information in it, from sessions, speaker info, venue info, sponsors, and even a list of our core values (Sustainability being one).

Each attendee will need to download the app in order to view the schedule (or you can view it on our website). Please note that the app is online so you will need to have data or wifi in order to access it (we will have wifi passwords available at registration.)

WHAT YOU NEED TO DO:

  1. Go to  https://familyadventuresummit.com/app/ on your phone to get the app
  2. Click “Yes” to add the app to your home screen. That’s it!

Alternately, if you’re accessing this URL from a desktop browser, you’ll get a QR code that you can scan with your phone’s camera or a QR code app to open the URL on your phone.

We’ll also have a printed schedule at each conference area should you not have access to a phone.

We hope you enjoy this new feature of the 2019 Summit!

Day 1
02 Oct 2019

Registration

Please come down and register your family! We encourage you to register early and come meet some new friends!

Welcome Dinner

Bring your family and join us for a welcome dinner at the Arma Resort and Museum! We’ll be enjoying a traditional Balinese feast with lots of vegetarian and vegan options.
Day 2
03 Oct 2019

Welcome! Full Family Activities

We’ll be starting our days each morning at the Main Stage / Children’s Area for announcements, games, and full family activities!

Sign Your Children in to Little’s or Children’s Programs

It’s time to sign in to the Little’s or Children’s Programs! Ages 2, 3, 4, 5 go into the Little’s program. All Children aged 6-12 will be signed in to the Children’s Program.

Open Art Studio

Open World Art Studio is created for you and your family to relax and be artful during the summit. High quality art supplies will be at your finger tips to explore and create with. Plenty of art supplies and inspiring ideas will be available for the entire family to enjoy. Open daily 8:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.. (Children under 7 must be accompanied by an adult).  Location near registration table, white canopy on platform. Premium artist supplies will be available: Watercolor paints, Watercolor and color pencils, artisan markers, Watercolor crayons, Color Pencils, Pastels, Oil pastels, Sketching Supplies, Handcrafted crayons, Beeswax...
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Spramani Elaun

Community Connection Through Travel

Often, people assume that to embrace big time travel is to let go of close community and live a more isolated life. After over decade of long term travel Jenn Miller talks about how the opposite is true. Lived with intention, a life of travel and adventure can be the most important source of connection and community building in your family life. Through the stories of the people and serendipities of adventures across six continents, you’ll learn the strategies that anyone can employ to tie strings in relationships and build community through travel. Be prepared to be amazed when you...
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Jennifer Sutherland-Miller

The Journey of the Journey: Co-Creating Culture, Community, and Consciousness

How are we intentional about interacting with people and lands during our travels and worldschooling journeys? When we enter communities, we are co-creating new experiences for ourselves and those around us. How can we be sensitive to the reality of histories of what past contact has been, and how we are perceived now, whilst carving out a new story into the future? We will explore our own identities, culture, society, and intercultural concepts that bring about a conscious creation of experiences, understanding, and empathy while we travel. Through self-reflection, we will consider strategies to ignite inspiration and create positive, lasting...
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Farzana Nayani

Break

Take a 15 minute break and head to your next chosen session or roundtable.

Beyond Bali – Experiencing Indonesia With Your Family

Bali is truly a magical island to explore, but there is so much more to the country of Indonesia than just the island of Bali. This presentation will introduce families to the rich and diverse culture of Indonesia, and inspire them to explore Indonesia beyond Bali. Learn about the spiritual richness of Java, the wild nature of Sumatra and Komodo, and the beautiful landscapes of Indonesia’s other 13,000 islands. Are you ready? Let’s go!
Astrid Vinje

Revenue Projection Methodology and Instruments for Freelancers and Moonlighters

Are you a self-employed (or moonlighting) family adventurer? If so, can you afford to go to [Destination XYZ] next month? Can you go scuba diving for three days this coming weekend? Can you add two more destinations to your itinerary this summer? Do financial performance metrics feel out of reach to you? Life doesn’t have to be paycheck to paycheck. In this roundtable, you’ll learn 1) the basics of prof. svcs. accounting, and 2) how to create and use tools (Google Sheets and/or Airtable) to track and predict revenue over the course of each accounting cycle.
Wayne Saucier

Community Qigong

Qigong is energy cultivation, and in community Qigong we cultivate energy together as well as strengthen the energy we create together within the circle of community. The practice involves mindful breathing, postural alignment, and body mechanics in preventive, healing, and strengthening exercises. In Qigong, less is more, such that with less physical effort and more presence, we achieve amazing results. Practicing Qigong in circle allows us to first align and center individually so we can better connect and harmonize in community. Tai Chi is Qigong in motion. Qigong helps boost our energy, avoid burnout, and reduce inflammation, pain, and general...
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Wilka M. Roig Rivera

The 2 Sides to Strength: Commitment and Vulnerability

In this discussion, Amara will share the patterns she has seen over the years that support and limit our human potential. While creating a group dialogue around personal growth, transformation and the challenges to exploring greater strength and freedom; Amara’s 13-Step Love Letter to Self will be guided. This process will be shared as a way of understanding the importance of vulnerable honesty, forgiveness and gratitude to better received and embody of authentic truths together in a field of trust and support.
Amara Samata

Pick up your Children

It is time to sign your children out of their programs and head out for lunch!

Lunch

Time for lunch with your family and friends!

Sign Your Children in to Little’s or Children’s Programs

It’s time to sign in to the Little’s or Children’s Programs! Ages 2, 3, 4, 5 go into the Little’s program. All Children aged 6-12 will be signed in to the Children’s Program.

UNBUSY Family Life

I used to think the opposite of structure was freedom and I really wanted to get free. The problem is that the opposite of structure is not freedom, it’s chaos and chaos is often what we mean when we say we’re “busy”. The Natural world has figured out how to design flexible patterns of flow that lead to life and beauty in the face of the universal pull toward chaos and complexity… Let’s copy it! What if we studied how a river is designed to increase access to it’s currents? What if we discovered how a tree is able to...
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Andy Dragt

Traveling and Worldschooling with Boardgames

Who doesn’t like boardgames? Right?! But aren’t boardgames big and bulky? Do boardgames fit in backpacks? We prove the opposite by carrying over 40 boardgames that all fit in one packing cube. In this roundtable I will give you an overview of some of the games we like best. I will give a short run-through and plan some playing time for each game. A special focus will be put on games that teach our children skills without them really noticing, like math, history, storytelling, verbal creativity,… We love to use games as part of our worldschooling and we can only...
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Willem Lutjeharms

Playing Hooky Social

Need a break? Sessions don’t interest you? This is the place for those who want to play hooky! A space for connection and conversation.

Creative Dreamwork

Dreams are practical gifts that help us to identify what in our selves and our lives is seeking to be recognized, understood, healed and transformed. Through paying attention to our dreams, we can hone in on our deep purpose, clarify relationship issues and questions, co-create the meaningful and rich lives we know we’re capable of living, and help us experience greater physical health and psycho-spiritual wholeness. My approach to dreamwork is a combination of archetypal and projective dreamwork, applied imagination, embodiment, active dreaming, expressive art approaches to dreams and dreaming, and the transpersonal resonance of archetypes, myths, and symbols.
Wilka M. Roig Rivera

Break

Take a short break and make your way to the next session or roundtable.

Finding a Balance Between Structure and Freedom on the Road

A big part of the appeal of traveling a lot, is the freedom we feel it will bring us. The freedom to spend time with our family, the freedom to experience new things, to learn and grow. And that is indeed one of the many great things traveling brings us. But all that freedom can be a bit overwhelming sometimes too. What to do with all that new-found freedom? How to truly live the life you want? How to get your daily life in line with your values so that this travel life really brings what you have hoped for?...
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Lieve Meere

Creating Our Values Manifesto

We’re excited to share the new Family Travel Manifesto this year! Our hope is that this will not only become the backbone of FAS, but that this set of shared principles will become the combined ethos of all family travelers. Join Jenn to talk through the deeper meaning and every day application of these values and how to transfer them to your kids in everyday, practical ways. Let’s make the manifesto a community call to a higher standard!
Jennifer Sutherland-Miller

Playing Hooky Social

Need a break? Sessions don’t interest you? This is the place for those who want to play hooky! A space for connection and conversation.

Elevating The Family Travel Journal – Ten Things You Can Do To Take Your Blog To The Next Level

Get ready to take your family’s travel blog to the next level! This roundtable discussion will provide you with valuable insight and actionable steps to transform your family’s personal travel journal into a valuable online resource for traveling families. Drawing from her experience as a blogger and freelance writer, Astrid Vinje will cover the nitty gritty of maintaining and growing a professional blog. Participants will learn how to grow their following, secure income for their blog, and pay attention to things like SEO and analytics. You’ll walk away with ten steps you can do to elevate your family travel blog.
Astrid Vinje

Pick up your Children

It is time to sign your children out of their programs and head out for dinner
Day 3
04 Oct 2019

Full Family Activities

We’ll be starting our days each morning at the Main Stage / Children’s Area for announcements, games, and full family activities!

Sign Your Children in to Little’s or Children’s Programs

It’s time to sign in to the Little’s or Children’s Programs! Ages 2, 3, 4, 5 go into the Little’s program. All Children aged 6-12 will be signed in to the Children’s Program.

Open Art Studio

Open World Art Studio is created for you and your family to relax and be artful during the summit. High quality art supplies will be at your finger tips to explore and create with. Plenty of art supplies and inspiring ideas will be available for the entire family to enjoy. Open daily 8:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.. (Children under 7 must be accompanied by an adult).  Location near registration table, white canopy on platform. Premium artist supplies will be available: Watercolor paints, Watercolor and color pencils, artisan markers, Watercolor crayons, Color Pencils, Pastels, Oil pastels, Sketching Supplies, Handcrafted crayons, Beeswax...
Read More
Spramani Elaun

Accessible Family Travel

One super frustrating day in 2011 Chris and Jill dreamt that a homeschooling, backpacking life might be possible, even with five kids and a wheelchair. A year backpacking in Asia turned out to be just the beginning of a life-less-likely. They will be speaking about parenting by ruthless prioritization, pursuing long term travel as an intentional strategy for growing great kids, and the art of travelling in an inaccessible world. This is about logistics, wheelchair access and medical complications. But it is also about developing a flexible mindset, being learners not consumers, and always looking for the humanity and the...
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Jill and Chris Palmer

Break

Take a break and head to your next session or roundtable.

Teen Panel

This session will be a panel of teens sharing their own unique perspectives, thoughts, and feelings about their experience of travel as a lifestyle! They’ll be talking about things such as:  Challenges & opportunities of travel  Travel as a catalyst for learning & growth What home means to them What they’re most excited about right now Things they’re currently struggling with or have overcome in their travels What they envision for their future How they connect to community, friends, and family in their travels, and what they value in their relationships.  Most memorable cultural celebrations or festivals they’ve experienced  Favorite...
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Jennifer Pearce

Worldschooling Strategies

Traveling with kids is a blast! Learn how to integrate learning into everyday adventure (at home AND abroad) by developing strategies that blend education seamlessly into  life. Come talk with Jenn about how to prepare ahead of time to maximize the educational benefit of your journey and what to do on the fly to make the most of every day. Learn how to weave a world-class education for your children with the world as their classroom. It’s easier than you think!
Jennifer Sutherland-Miller

Community Qigong

Qigong is energy cultivation, and in community Qigong we cultivate energy together as well as strengthen the energy we create together within the circle of community. The practice involves mindful breathing, postural alignment, and body mechanics in preventive, healing, and strengthening exercises. In Qigong, less is more, such that with less physical effort and more presence, we achieve amazing results. Practicing Qigong in circle allows us to first align and center individually so we can better connect and harmonize in community. Tai Chi is Qigong in motion. Qigong helps boost our energy, avoid burnout, and reduce inflammation, pain, and general...
Read More
Wilka M. Roig Rivera

Pick up your Children

It is time to sign your children out of their programs and head out for lunch!

Lunch

Time for lunch with your family and friends!

Sign Your Children in to Little’s or Children’s Programs

It’s time to sign in to the Little’s or Children’s Programs! Ages 2, 3, 4, 5 go into the Little’s program. All Children aged 6-12 will be signed in to the Children’s Program.

Learn, Serve & Immerse: Create Meaningful Family Travel Experiences and Help Change Our World!

Join Jennifer Spatz for an engaging session in which she shares her philosophy of responsible travel and offers inspirational tips for families to create fun, meaningful and impactful travel adventures while making a difference and strengthening family values and bonds! Jennifer is Founder of Global Family Travels, a company that offers Learn, Serve and Immerse travel itineraries to build cultural bridges and to foster global citizens who will help make a positive difference in our world.
Jennifer Spatz

Playing Hooky Social

Need a break? Sessions don’t interest you? This is the place for those who want to play hooky! A space for connection and conversation.

Business Strategies Mastermind

Think of this round table discussion as kind of mini mastermind – a place for us business owners (or aspiring business owners) to share our challenges and our ideas to support one another in succeeding in our businesses and lives. Whether you’re struggling in your business and need encouragement, or you want to come offer support to others, this is a supportive circle for sharing, and also a great place to get to know other entrepreneurs and business owners here at the event.
Brandon Pearce

The Art of World Journaling Workshop

Tips for traveling with quality art supplies, and the different ways to record your Bali journey. We will talk about the different ways to record your travels. Spramani will share inspirational journal examples and ideas. We will explore different art mediums that travel and compact well, we will discuss good art travel practice. We will also have an opportunity to create a journal page using Bali as inspiration. Materials are included, but are welcome to bring your own journal and supplies to this workshop.
Spramani Elaun

Break

Take a short break and then head to your next session or roundtable.

Cultivating Cultural Understanding With/in Our Children

What does “mindful parenting” mean in a global or worldschooling context? How are our children impacted by what we are exposing to them in the world, and how do children’s own cultural identities (gender, race, ethnicity, language, ability, etc.) impact those whom they come into contact with? This roundtable seeks to deepen dialogue and attention to how travels, conscious parenting, and worldschooling can cultivate cultural understanding through exposure to new places and communities. Participants will share experiences, challenges, questions, and strategies, facilitated along with knowledge around developmental milestones around awareness of culture – which is critical in considering purposeful parenting...
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Farzana Nayani

Managing a Remote Team

The internet has made our lifestyles possible – to travel from place to place while maintaining a steady income and growing businesses. It’s a great time to be alive! It can also be a challenge to develop a remote working environment for you (or your team) that is set up for success and dependability. Issues of communication, productivity and management are amplified with remote work and constantly changing time zones. Join this session to learn, share, and celebrate the opportunity of running remote teams to help you grown your business. Discover tech and not-so-tech tools to help maintain or create...
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Sabina King

Playing Hooky Social

Need a break? Sessions don’t interest you? This is the place for those who want to play hooky! A space for connection and conversation.

Consent, our Kids, and Social Media

Consent is important, and it goes far beyond consent and autonomy in our bodies. Have you considered how consent applies to our children in the online world, through blog or social media posts? Join Jenn for a deep dive discussion about the nuances of consent in the digital world as it applies to families and how we post about our kids and how we teach them to navigate the social media world. This is an important session for parents and anyone who shares about children in the online space. Don’t miss it!
Jennifer Sutherland-Miller

Pick up your Children

It is time to sign your children out of their programs and head out for dinner
Day 4
05 Oct 2019

Full Family Activities

We’ll be starting our days each morning at the Main Stage / Children’s Area for announcements, games, and full family activities!

Sign Your Children in to Little’s or Children’s Programs

It’s time to sign in to the Little’s or Children’s Programs! Ages 2, 3, 4, 5 go into the Little’s program. All Children aged 6-12 will be signed in to the Children’s Program.

Open Art Studio

Open World Art Studio is created for you and your family to relax and be artful during the summit. High quality art supplies will be at your finger tips to explore and create with. Plenty of art supplies and inspiring ideas will be available for the entire family to enjoy. Open daily 8:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.. (Children under 7 must be accompanied by an adult).  Location near registration table, white canopy on platform. Premium artist supplies will be available: Watercolor paints, Watercolor and color pencils, artisan markers, Watercolor crayons, Color Pencils, Pastels, Oil pastels, Sketching Supplies, Handcrafted crayons, Beeswax...
Read More
Spramani Elaun

Being Ourselves

This keynote is an exploration of living life from a deep level of being, beyond surface labels and identities. It’s about what being yourself actually means to YOU, enhancing your experience of that, and showing up fully in this interconnected world we’re all a part of.
Jen and Brandon Pearce

Global Citizens: Raising Kids with a Volunteer Mindset

In order to raise future global citizens, we must not only show them the world, but help them experience it first-hand and up close. Traveling with a purpose gives children a sense of belonging to the world and giving back through volunteer work connects them to the people and places they visit. Finding the opportunities to volunteer with children can be a challenge, but for the last 8 years, my family has found ways to be of service all over the globe. Let’s learn about different ways to connect and make the world a better place.
Darcy Tuscano

Break

Take a small break and then head to your next session or roundtable.

Community Qigong

Qigong is energy cultivation, and in community Qigong we cultivate energy together as well as strengthen the energy we create together within the circle of community. The practice involves mindful breathing, postural alignment, and body mechanics in preventive, healing, and strengthening exercises. In Qigong, less is more, such that with less physical effort and more presence, we achieve amazing results. Practicing Qigong in circle allows us to first align and center individually so we can better connect and harmonize in community. Tai Chi is Qigong in motion. Qigong helps boost our energy, avoid burnout, and reduce inflammation, pain, and general...
Read More
Wilka M. Roig Rivera

How to Maximize and Optimize your Remote Working Relationship

The inherent distance between you, as a remote worker, and your employer/supervisor/client (“customer”) poses challenges that can erode your relationship over time–which is particularly risky when you have more of an emotional (and financial!) investment in making the remote relationship work than does your customer. Fortunately, there are strategies to mitigate this risk and continuously maximize your customer’s perception of your ongoing value proposition. In this session, we’ll talk about communication strategies, how to package and deliver work/project/task plans, how to describe your deliverables, and software tools that can take your game to the next level.
Wayne Saucier

Divorce-Proof Your Marriage

You’ve seen, or experienced yourself, the heartbreak and disruption that comes from a marriage ending. No one marries to get divorced, yet it frequently happens. There are universal keys, however, for staying together and staying happy. Join Jonathan at a round table to discuss exactly how you can make your love go the distance.
Jonathan Decker

Tools for Building Connected Relationships

This roundtable is all about honoring the needs of self and others with courage and compassion. Together, we’ll be exploring the most practical tools and practices, to make a noticeably positive difference in creating beautiful connections.
Jennifer Pearce

Pick up your Children

It is time to sign your children out of their programs and head out for lunch!

Lunch

Time for lunch with your family and friends!

Sign Your Children in to Little’s or Children’s Programs

It’s time to sign in to the Little’s or Children’s Programs! Ages 2, 3, 4, 5 go into the Little’s program. All Children aged 6-12 will be signed in to the Children’s Program.

Unconference

This part of the day will be dedicated to answering your questions and discussing topics that you are interested in! Attendees will be invited to suggest their own topics and we will break into small groups to discuss what interests you most. Come armed with questions and a sharing attitude and we will have an intimate knowledge exchange.

Pick up your Children

It is time to sign your children out of their programs and head out for dinner
Day 5
06 Oct 2019

Full Family Activities

We’ll be starting our days each morning at the Main Stage / Children’s Area for announcements, games, and full family activities!

Sign Your Children in to Little’s or Children’s Programs

It’s time to sign in to the Little’s or Children’s Programs! Ages 2, 3, 4, 5 go into the Little’s program. All Children aged 6-12 will be signed in to the Children’s Program.

Open Art Studio

Open World Art Studio is created for you and your family to relax and be artful during the summit. High quality art supplies will be at your finger tips to explore and create with. Plenty of art supplies and inspiring ideas will be available for the entire family to enjoy. Open daily 8:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.. (Children under 7 must be accompanied by an adult).  Location near registration table, white canopy on platform. Premium artist supplies will be available: Watercolor paints, Watercolor and color pencils, artisan markers, Watercolor crayons, Color Pencils, Pastels, Oil pastels, Sketching Supplies, Handcrafted crayons, Beeswax...
Read More
Spramani Elaun

How In-the-Moment, Inspiration-Led-Learning transformed our lives.

This keynote is about family interest led learning, and challenging accepted homeschooling and world schooling conventions. It is told through the Kaponay Family Story, over the course of a 10 year journey of learning and discovery. It’s about not being afraid of being unique in an already unique crowd. It’s about not doing what everyone else is doing and rather, to the contrary, investing in the experiences that are going to make your children more flexible, dynamic and adaptable in an already drastically changing world. With interest led learning, learn what you can achieve together as family when you don’t...
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George Kaponay

Break

Take a short break and head to your next session or roundtable.

Odyssey – One Teen’s 10 Year Worldschooling Journey

When Réka Kaponay was just 14 years old, she defied societal conventions, stereotypical norms and countless odds to become one of the world’s youngest published authors. This is a story that will take you on a journey from the dusty, ancient heart of Australia, to the majestic peaks of the High Andes Mountains of Peru and the equally breathless world of publishing, on a challenging journey of persistence and perseverance in the face of great adversity. It is a road that has wound its way through 45 countries on 6 continents, to the understanding of what power stories can truly...
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Réka Kaponay

Ethical Travel: The Art of Travelling Well

Travel is enlightening and educational and can be good for you and good for the world. However, our travel is not in isolation; the way we travel affects the people, economies and communities around us. The way we talk, the way we dress, the places we visit, the things we eat and drink and the way we give money or things to “help” people can all be really good or really harmful. Join us to discuss these things and share your stories about the art of travelling well. We want to travel well and we want to learn from you.
Jill and Chris Palmer

GLBT Travel with Children: Ready, Set, GAY!

GLBT Travel with Children Ready, Set, GAY! As more and more families take off to see and explore this vast world, many of those families are gay, lesbian, bisexual or transgender. The needs of these families differ from the typical heterosexual couple with children. As a GLBT family, we often have to think twice before entering certain countries. Is it safe for us? What are the legal ramifications if we are “caught” for being gay? What do we tell our children? Join us as we give our personal travel advice and how we’ve handled unique experiences.
Darcy Tuscano

Community Qigong

Qigong is energy cultivation, and in community Qigong we cultivate energy together as well as strengthen the energy we create together within the circle of community. The practice involves mindful breathing, postural alignment, and body mechanics in preventive, healing, and strengthening exercises. In Qigong, less is more, such that with less physical effort and more presence, we achieve amazing results. Practicing Qigong in circle allows us to first align and center individually so we can better connect and harmonize in community. Tai Chi is Qigong in motion. Qigong helps boost our energy, avoid burnout, and reduce inflammation, pain, and general...
Read More
Wilka M. Roig Rivera

Pick up your Children

It is time to sign your children out of their programs and head out for lunch!

Lunch

Time for lunch with your family and friends!

Sign Your Children in to Little’s or Children’s Programs

It’s time to sign in to the Little’s or Children’s Programs! Ages 2, 3, 4, 5 go into the Little’s program. All Children aged 6-12 will be signed in to the Children’s Program.

The Future of Family Adventure Summit

This is an important session where we’re going to share some behind-the-scenes insights into what it takes to run FAS, and hear from you about how we can move forward in a sustainable way that best serves the community’s needs. Also be sure to fill out our online survey here: https://forms.gle/qs1trPkAoX9dN4gt8

Unconference – Locations and Income Streams

This part of the day will be dedicated to answering your questions and discussing topics revolving around worldwide destinations and different ways to earn an income while traveling. If you are an “expert” on a particular area, volunteer to share your knowledge in a conversation setting. If you would like to share how you earn an income on the road, this is your time! While some of the unconference topics will unfold as we go, if you have knowledge you would like to share, please get in touch with us so we can be sure to put you in the...
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Pick up your Children

It is time to sign your children out of their programs and head to dinner! If you child is part of the theater performance, they need to be back at 5pm. If that does not leave enough time for them to eat dinner, you are welcome to bring them a packed dinner or take out. Thanks for your help in giving the kids enough time for their dress rehersal!

Final Performance and Dance Party!

The children involved in participating crews will perform their final performance then we will have a good old-fashioned dance party to celebrate the community, knowledge, and friendships that we have discovered in the past few days.