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T H U R S D AY, J U LY 6

9:10—10 PM CONCERT PERFORMANCE Relax as Dr. Will Tuttle performs from his collection of original evocative piano solos, which are widely acclaimed for their uniquely inspiring & healing qualities.

9:15 PM EVENING SOCIAL Cambria Room Easy listening music provided by John Bolus. Refreshments available.

9:15 PM OUTDOOR GET TOGETHER Adirondack Shelter Join us for music, dancing & snacks

  • Led by Chip Ballew

Following the get together, SINGLES are invited on a group stroll around campus.

9:40—11 PM EVENING SKY WATCHING Parking Lot West Of Biddle Hall

  • Led by Robert Victor

F R I D AY, J U LY 7

6—6:40 AM EXERCISE Meet in front of Owen Library Heavy Hands Exercise Session (10 min) followed by a Group Run/Jog (easy pace – approx. 3 mi.) —John Bolus

6—7:30 AM YOGA University Room (You may want to bring a blanket or towel) —Carole Baral

6:15—7:15 AM EXERCISE Terrace Room/LLC Cardio-Kickboxing (High impact aerobic workout) —Nicole Fordyce

Meet in Front of LLC Nature Walk and Wild Edible Identification —George Eisman, RD

6:45—7:15 AM BIRDING BY EAR Meet in Front of Owen Library (Identify birds by their song)

  • Led by Scott Geiger

EXERCISE Lobby Living Learning Center Chinese Wand Exercise: This Ancient Practice is Stimulating, Gentle & Safe (You may want to bring a towel or blanket)

  • John Bolus

8:45—9:45 AM PLENARY Cambria Room Student Union

Justice as a Component of Health

  • David Cantor (15 min)

Issues about Dairy Products

  • George Eisman, RD (20 min)

Keys to Keeping the Change: Lifestyle Strategies for Maintaining a Vegan Diet

  • Paulette Chandler, MD (20 min)

10—11 AM Heritage Hall A A Nutritional Strategy to Eliminate Disease

  • Caldwell B. Esselstyn, Jr., MD

& Anne Esselstyn

Heritage Hall B The Role of Flowers and Plants in the Development of the Human Intellect

  • Milton Mills, MD

COMMUNITY OUTREACH: MAKING A DIFFERENCE University Room How Anyone Can Get Involved in Improving School Foods (The federal Wellness Policy requires that "community members" participate in the process of creating the policy) —Amie Hamlin




Campus Room How Our Children Deal With Non-Vegetarian Family or Friends

  • Myriam Parham. RD. LD, DLN, CDE

& Syndee L’ome Eartheart

Scholars Room Act With A Famous Vegetarian (Class volunteers will get to perform supporting roles, along with professional actress professor Kristin Aronson, in 5 one act plays about Leonardo da Vinci, Dr. John Harvey Kellogg, Jesus, the Buddha, Leo Tolstoy, and Sir Paul McCartney)

  • Playwright Rynn Berry

Meet in front of LLC TAI CHI BALL (Improves balance and concentration and is particularly good for developing Qi (internal energy) Easy to learn (All ages) —Phil Allamong, ND

10—12 NOON FOOD DEMONSTRATION Heritage Hall C Show Stopping, Perfect Party Cakes for Our Special Occasions

  • Fran Costigan

Cambria Room Student Union DOCUMENTARY SCREENING Mad Cowboy Howard Lyman will introduce and show his compelling film. Following the showing he will be available for discussion & questions.

11:15—12:15 PM Heritage Hall A Rev Up Your Engine with Juice and Raw Foods —Leslie Van Romer, DC

Heritage Hall B The Role of Lifestyle in Preventing and Treating Depression (Learn how to nurture meaningful relationships and embrace lifestyle choices that help to prevent and treat depression)

  • Paulette Chandler, MD

University Room Introduction to the Healthier Kitchen (Learn What Equipment and Supplies You Need) —Ann Gentry



Campus Room No Purchase Necessary (Who and what are we supporting with our dollars? Examine the areas where we can simplify our lives and say no to over consumption and the burden it places on our planet and our wallets) —Rae Sikora

Scholars Room Stories from the Front Lines of Veganism (A vegan family shares some practical tips and entertaining stories of their experience using their every-day lives and community interactions as opportunities to spread the vegan way of life)

  • JoAnn, Sarina & Samantha Farb

Terrace Room Working Out with the E-Z Rope (the jump rope everyone can use)

  • John Pierre

1:45—2:45 PM Heritage Hall A Optimum Vegan Nutrition

  • Michael Greger, MD

Heritage Hall B Sprouted & Fermented Whole Grains, Beans, Seeds (A simple way to provide variety, major nutritional & cuisine enhance- ments, for raw foods & vegan diets)

  • Bob LeRoy, RD, MS, EdM

University Room Networking for Dismantlement (Discussion-oriented session that looks at the current opportunities for dismantling the meat industry. An opportunity for current and aspiring activists to connect)

  • Erik Marcus

Campus Room An Anthropologist’s Perspective on Diet

  • Randall Collura, PhD

Scholars Room U.S. Primates Experimentation: Behind the Lab Door (Exposes the reality of life for primates in labs) —Michael Budkie


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