Music by DJ Barry Hart - Back by popular demand, Barry Hart will be spinning your favorite tunes.
Caricatures by Rick Wright & Co. - Four professional artists will be drawing caricatures throughout the
eveningmorning. One drawing per student -- requires caricature coupon from the entrance packet you will be given at the door. We have hired one more artist this year than last, but you should still plan to visit early as artists will be available on a first-come, first-serve basis.
Wax Hands by Wild, Wild, Wax - Available from 12:15am to 3:15am on a first come, first serve basis -- approximately 250 wax hand creations can be completed in the allotted time.
Dance, Dance Revolution - Available from 12:00am to 3:30am -- Two DDR stations will be available on the second floor with two Red Octane Ignition Pads at each station, which will allow 4 "dancers" to participate at the same time. The following materials, purchased for this activity, will be given away at the end of the event:
- 4 - Red Octane Ignition Pad v3.0
- 2 - PlayStation 2 and/or XBox game consoles
- 2 - 20 inch color televisions
Electronic Basketball - Three "Harvard Single Shootout II" arcade-style basketball games open from 12:00am to 3:30am on the second floor. Each player has 30 seconds to make as many baskets as possible. All three games will be given away at the end of the event.
Mini Skee Putt Golf - Three miniature golf/skee ball games - up to 4 players per game open from 12:00am to 3:30am on the second floor. All three game packages -- including Mini Skee Putt with 4 golf balls, 1 right hand putter and 1 ambidextrous putter each -- will be given away at the end of the event.
Blackjack - Five tables with room for seven players at each table. Open 12:00am to 3:30am on the second floor of the hall. Each player will be given a stack of chips -- no tickets required to buy in. If a player runs out of chips, he or she will be asked to get up from the table and let someone else play. If a player wins a certain amount of chips -- to be determined by the dealers -- he or she will trade them in for prize tickets and get up from the table and let someone else play. Felt layout mats, chips, dealer shoes, and cards will be given away as prize packages at the end of the event.
Money Booth - Grab as much "loot" as you can in 30 seconds. The booth will contain a combination of real money and play money that can be exchanged for prize tickets.
Jumping for Dollars - Money taped end-to-end is rolled out on the floor. Contestants jump, from a standing, stationary start, and claim all the money they jump past.
Pinball Machines - These "old fashioned" video games are still fun to play -- especially when you don't need to use your own quarters!
Duck Pond - Select a floating ducky, turn it over, and see if you've won anything.
Number Wheel - Place your marker over a number on the table, spin the wheel and wait for it to stop on the number you have chosen
Gold Fish Toss - Actually, you don't throw a goldfish, you throw a ping pong ball and try to have it land inside a "gold fish bowl" to win a prize -- no live fish will be harmed during this activity.
Softball Toss - Bounce a softball off an angled board and into a basket on the floor
Ring Toss - Throw a small plastic ring around a bottle to win a prize
Lollipop Tree - Pick a lollipop, check the stick, win a prize if you find the right color
Balloon Art - Learn how to make balloon animals and balloon hats - best creations win a prize
Juggling Contest - Be the last person juggling 3 bean bags and win a prize
Pie Eating Contest - Be the first person to finish eating a pie -- without using your hands -- and win a prize
Limbo Contest - and maybe a little Y.....M.C.A. or the Chicken Dance
Hula Hoop Contest - Keep a hollow plastic hoop spinning around your waist the longest and win a prize. Now for a little trivia:
- Hoop twirling has been popular around the world for centuries but it was "reinvented" in 1957 by the Wham-O company, which made more than $45 million in profits in less than 2 years.