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Event Ideas

Planning bid day or a sisterhood event?? A reatreat or a social event - check out some of these great event ideas before you start planning!

DIY Yarn Ball Ice Cream Cones

confidence coalition :)

Popcorn bar with different mix-ins; ie: chocolate, white chocolate or butterscotch chips, pretzels, Reese's pieces, dried fruit, mini marshmallows. The possibilities are endless

Have sisters write short notes of thanks/gratitude/appreciation of your Chapter Advisory Board and place all of the notes in a jar. Instruct the Chapter Advisory Board members to save their jar for a rainy day.

Delicious (and healthy) treat to make for a sisterhood event!

balloon a threaded needle through the tied end of the balloon to string them together - no helium required + can be made ahead of time.

Fun Ice Breaker Activities: Balloon Name Game

Setting Expectations for Group Work: Fun activity to introduce working in groups (team work). Build a pyramid using plastic cups, a rubberband, and four pieces of string. Cannot touch the cups with your hands. Science Gal

A wonderful alumnae-collegiate relations idea is for alumnae to host a career panel. Delta Kappa Chapter (Louisiana State University) and Greater New Orleans Alumnae Chapter did this and even split up into smaller groups based on majors and career interests!

Thanksgiving table game - fun idea for an alumnae or collegiate Thanksgiving dinner!

hot chocolate bar sign

Love and Horror - Miami University

7 Easy Icebreakers You Can Do With Post-It Notes

Create a hashtag for Bid Day, major philanthropy events, or other events. Start positive buzz by being proactive.

Anatomy of a successful event

Yoga and Yogurt. Great idea to collect lids!

Grace Designs: Giant Paper Flowers

  • Jm Thacker

    Made 40 of these as center pieces for a sorority event worked well

Nu Chapter (The University of Alabama) put this chalkboard that says "We fight in honor of..." on campus for students and faculty to write names on.