Host a 5K - "Run Like There's KNOW TOMORROW"
KNOW TOMORROW Photo Booth
Encourage students to stop at KNOW TOMORROW “photo booth” and take a photo holding a #KnowTomorrow sign and unique prop, i.e. beach ball, hat and gloves, etc.
Serve snow cones
Live Weather Channel or local weather reports from campus; promo mentions week leading up inviting community to come KNOW TOMORROW
Solar-powered popcorn or smoothie maker
Create Spotify playlist featuring local campus bands
Host group wear KNOW TOMORROW t-shirts week leading up to October 2
Rent large bubble maker to represent cleaning the planet
KNOW TOMORROW Musical Entertainment
Hire local, popular band(s) to perform a free concert
School marching band performances
Hip Hop Climate Change rap contest
Student artistic performances related to climate change, i.e. interpretative dance, symphony, etc.
All could include the following:
Local scientist emcee event and share facts throughout concert
KNOW TOMORROW provided slideshow of facts/photos that scrolls on a stage backdrop
KNOW TOMORROW Discussion with Scientists
Invite local scientist to be part of student moderated discussion. Panel members could include University’s Chief Sustainability Officer and local meteorologist.
Have panelists take group selfie from stage; post to social channels
KNOW TOMORROW Energy Ride
Partner with local spin studios to host non-stop spin classes on campus. Partner with science/engineering departments to determine way to use energy from bikes to power something that can be tracked all day.
Partner with Global Inheritance to bring energy playgrounds to college campuses
KNOW TOMORROW Online Chat
National live Twitter chat with Bill Nye the Science guy
Local Twitter chats with meteorologists
Google hangout that is campus simulcast
KNOW TOMORROW Trivia Night with climate change focus