Want to stage a World Snow Day Event? Great! Don’t know what to do? No problem.
The World Snow Day website is bursting with ideas for World Snow Day events. Here is an easy step by step process to help you.
1 x serving of motivation to bring children to the snow
1 x creative mind
1 x organizing team
Step 1: Log on the World Snow Day website (www.world-snow-day.com). When you enter the website, head to the section entitled Organise an Event. In this section you will find the World Snow Day Event Planning Manual . This document will give you information on topics such as why this project is happening, the goals of the project and what support you will get from FIS.
Step 2: : Now that you know what World Snow Day is about, your head will be racing with ideas. Go back to the organize section and download the Event Ideas Guide. This document will give you more of an insight into some things to think about when planning your event as well as some concrete ideas for what you can do.
Step 3: : If you still need more inspiration you can view the individual event reports from Organizers of the 1st Edition of World Snow Day. Each of the report will give you a look at what they did as well as some photos to give you a clearer picture.
Step 4: If you still are not sure send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and one of the World Snow Day team members will happily respond to your questions.
Finally remember that children have great imagination and the more creative you are the more enjoyable your event will be for your participants and yourself. Just remember your goal is to bring children to the snow.
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