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Risk Level:Low
Process
  1. Coordinate with a local retirement home to plan a dance for its residents.
  2. Rather than simply planning the event, take part by asking individuals from the home to be your date!
  3. Finally, add an extra layer of memories by learning ballroom dance with your fellow leaders. You’ll be stunned at the happiness you generate by going the extra mile!
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Risk Level:Low
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  1. While a regular dance involves plenty of marketing and ticket sales, these dances require active fundraising. Before announcing your date, theme, or any other details, make sure that you have full funding for your event.
  2. Work with the special needs programs in your district to invite both students and volunteers to take part. This event will require plenty of aid and assistance.
  3. After creating a theme and securing a venue, work with students in your area to make sure all attendees have a date for your dance. After all, the last thing we want to do is leave anyone out!
  4. Finally, don’t hesitate to ask for help when planning a special needs dance! This is a complicated undertaking—there are always people willing to help!
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Risk Level:Low
Process
  1. Typical decorations vary based on the time of the year. Be sure to have plenty of towels on hand for participants to dry off!
  2. Want to layer your activity? Pair your foam dance with a pool day to start summer on a high note!
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Risk Level:Low
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  1. Typical decorations include a yellow brick road entryway, hot air balloon cutout, and Emerald city cardboard prints.
  2. Want to layer your activity? Have a candy station set up for students to create their own dessert creation.
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Risk Level:Low
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  1. Typical decorations include ice sickle chandeliers, large cardboard snowflake cutouts, and fake snow.
  2. Want to layer your activity? Establish a free snow cone area for students to enjoy.
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Risk Level:Low
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  1. Typical decorations for this event are more casual in nature. Television posters, ample amounts of glow sticks, and life-sized original video game systems are common decorative pieces.
  2. Want to layer your activity? Work with your local event rental company to secure 90’s style video games for a separate room in the event venue.
  3. Want to layer your activity? Create a Central Perkcoffee house as part of your dance (with free coffee, of course).
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Risk Level:Low
Process
  1. Typical decorations for this theme vary. To start, find a color palette that your campus would like to work with. From there, you can rent lighting kits, cardboard cutouts, and other decorative pieces.
  2. Want to layer your activity? Work with your local event company to secure simple games for an adjacent room.
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Risk Level:Low
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  1. Typical decorations include a replica Disney castle, cardboard character cutouts, and large paintings of iconic scenes.
  2. Want to layer your activity? Set up a station for students to create and customize their own Mickey and Minnie ears.
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Risk Level:Low
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  1. Typical decorations include comic book posters, cardboard character cutouts, and even actors in character at the door.
  2. Want to layer your activity? Set up superhero video games in a separate room in the event venue.
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Interpersonal Interaction

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Risk Level:Low
Process
  1. For this activity, a large number of black lights are needed. Other than that, decorations are minimal at best.
  2. Want to layer your activity? Hand out free glow sticks at the door so everyone feels welcome.
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