AHEA's 2019 Convention Childrens' Program

AHEA Children's Program

Hey kids! Do you like safaris? Do you like adventure? Are you just itching to scale giant inflatable obstacle courses, race across the African plains in massive games, trek through hilarious stories, build amazing crafts, and roar with excitement alongside other awesome explorers? Then get ready for the adventure of a lifetime with this year's theme: Roar! At times life might seem unfair, it might be scary, it might be sad, it may change. But even then God is good. Roar takes kids on a wild safari journey through life, teaching our intrepid explorers to face good and difficult situations with God's confidence. Get ready to Roar!

From activity centers to cooperative games and challenges ~ your children will discover new interests or expand on their natural talents - all while you take in the convention!

Please note: We do not accept walk-in registrations.

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Schedule

Friday:

8:30 AM: Doors open / Children registered
11:30 AM: Children MUST be picked up for lunch
12:45 PM: Children dropped off after lunch
4:40 PM: Children picked up / End of day

Saturday:

8:00 AM: Doors open / Children dropped off
11:00 AM: Children picked up for lunch
12:45 PM: Children dropped off after lunch
4:45 PM: Children picked up / End of day

Ages

Ages for children being registered in the conference: 5 -12
Ages for volunteers: 13+

Location:

Stockmens Pavilion Location

Registration

Cost is $50 each, for the first 2 children, $25 for the third child, and each consecutive child is FREE.

You can register your children for the Children's Program as part of your online convention registration here.

Waiver Required

A medical and legal release must be completed and signed in order for your child to participate in AHEA Children's Program.
Please download the waiver below, fill it out, scan it, and submit it using the form on this page.

Form Submission

Allergies

We will do our best to accommodate common allergies, such as gluten-free or lactose intolerant. To avoid the possibility of a child being unable to partake in any of the provided snack foods, we encourage parents of children with uncommon allergies, as well as those with multiple allergies, to send suitable snacks along with their children.

Security

While we are in operation, the only adults permitted into the Children’s Program are Children’s Program Volunteers, Convention Team Members, and our First Aid nurse. Details of the security system will be provided upon registration.

Volunteering

Our volunteers are what makes the Children’s Program happen, and we are always looking for good helpers! If you are interested in helping, please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Volunteers gain free access to the main convention, and there will be a thank-you meal hosted for Children’s Program Volunteers Saturday evening.

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