These are panels that parents, who have no knowledge of anime, may enjoy.

 

Friday 3 pm to 4:30 pm

BB Guns- At the BB Gun Field

 

Friday 4 pm to 4:55 pm

Archery-At the Archery field

 

Meet and Greet Ice Cream Social-Dining Hall

The CampAnime version of a con’s Opening Ceremony. Meet the staff, get a tour of the camp, and learn how to use a map and best of all, meet other attendees. A nice relaxed way to get the lay of the land for the weekend. Plus free ice cream! Hosted by CampAnime.

 

Origami 101-Dining Hall

This is a beginner workshop for Origami, the Japanese art of paper-folding, where you can learn how to make simple things out of paper squares, such as a traditional crane, flower, samurai helmet, dragon claws, shurikens, and more. You will also learn how to read the standard Origami direction symbols.  Taught with step-by-step instructions and guidance. Hosted by Adam Wunch.

 

Sumi-e Brush Painting lesson-Boathouse

In this is workshop students will learn the basics of Sumi-e Brushstroke. Akiko will be instructing campers on the art of Sumi-e with the goal of helping each student paint a finished work that they can bring home. This will be a hands on course with ink and brushes provided. There will be a $10 fee for this course to cover materials as well as an 8 person limit to this class so please pre-register.  Please arrive 15 minutes prior to class. Hosted by Akiko.

 

Friday 5 pm to 5:55 pm

BB Guns-At the BB Gun Range

 

Cosplay Dodgeball-Flag FB Field

Because who hasn’t wanted to whale a ball at Pikachu’s head? Hosted by the CampAnime team.

 

 

Shuji Brush Calligraphy-Boathouse

In this is workshop students will learn the basics of the Japanese Calligraphy. Akiko will be instructing campers on the art of the brush. There will be a $10 fee for this course to cover materials as well as an 8 person limit to this class so please pre-register. Hosted by Akiko.

 

Friday 6 pm to 6:45 pm

 Dinner-Dining Hall

 

Friday 7 pm to 7:50 pm

Ani-Jeopardy-Dining Hall

What do you get when you mix a bunch of Anime fans and a classic game show? Ani-Jeopardy. Join us as 3 contestants compete to control the board. Hosted by CampAnime.

 

 

Choose your Adventure: Live-Pop's Lodge

Calling all writers, actors, comedians, singers and dancers. Welcome to our fifth annual variety show, where we supply the space and direction and you supply the talent. You'll have 2 hours to write, star in and direct a camp masterpiece (I'm using that word loosely). It doesn't have to be perfect, it's just an opportunity for you to go out there and strut your stuff in a friendly environment while having a bit of fun. If you don't want to get on stage we always need help on the technical side of things, so come on down and have some fun. This panel will continue in the Bad Fan Fiction Panel at 8 pm. Hosted by the great and powerful Rebecca Meakin.

 

 Friday 8 pm to 8:50 pm

Let's Create Bad Fan Fiction-Boathouse

Fan Fiction can be really good or really bad. I find the really bad ones incredibly fun to read. So with that in mind we are going to devote an hour of trying to create the worst Fan Fiction imaginable. Everyone will be involved as each player will add a line to the story...when the story is completed we will act it out during our talent show on Sat. Hosted by CampAnime.

 

Karaoke- Pop's (8:00 to 9:50)

Here is your chance to get on stage and belt out a tune for the world to hear. You can sing alone or with a group, so get up there and show us what you've got. Hosted by CampAnime.

 

 

  Friday 9 pm to 9:50 pm

Bad Fan Fiction-Boathouse

Join us as we read classic Fan fiction that has gone horribly wrong. There is good Fan Fiction, Fan fiction that is so bad that it's good and then the unsung third category of just gosh darn awful, brain numbing, horridness that will be the basis of this panel. Hosted by CampAnime

 

Karaoke-Pop's

Here is your chance to get on stage and belt out a tune for the world to hear. You can sing alone or with a group, so get up there and show us what you've got. Hosted by CampAnime.

 

Bonfire, Hot Dogs & S’mores-Council Ring

What better way to end the night then to sit back , have a dog, roast a marshmallow or two, chat with new friends and hear a Ghost Story or two at the same time. After Mysterious Massachusetts we will invite guests to come up and tell the scariest story they know.

 

 

 Friday 10 pm to 11:30ish pm

 Friday Night at the Movies-Boathouse

We have a short movie, we have some Popcorn and a few comfy couches. After a long day sometimes you just need to kick back and relax.  We will also have hot dogs and S'mores at the bonfire. Hosted by CampAnime.

 

 Scary Shorts-Council Ring (Bonfire)

Stop on by as we celebrate some of the all-time classic horror short stories and poems. We have a few in mind that we will read during the bonfire but feel free to bring your favorite. It’s an open forum and everyone is invited. Hosted by Con Men.

 

Bonfire, Hot Dogs & S’mores-Council Ring

What better way to end the night then to sit back , have a dog, roast a marshmallow or two, chat with new friends and hear a Ghost Story or two at the same time. After Mysterious Massachusetts we will invite guests to come up and tell the scariest story they know.

 

 

 

Saturday 8 am to 8:45 am

Breakfast-Dining Hall

 

Saturday 9 am to 9:50 am

Rock Climbing (9 am to 10:30 am)-At the Rock Wall

BB Guns (9 am to 10:30 am)- At the BB Gun Range

 

Beauty and the Beast Rose design-Dining Hall

We will supply the flowers and the dome and you supply the creativity, so stop on by and make a camp memory. Hosted by Emily.

 

 

Make a Paper Lantern-Dining Hall

Join us in the dining hall for a Paper lantern workshop. We will supply the materials and show you how to make the craftiest tin lantern around. Later, at 9 pm at the Baseball Field, you can use that lantern at our second Camp Carnival of Lights. If you can’t make the walk you can still use the lantern for amazing things such a seeing at night. It does get dark here. Hosted by Haru.

 

Origami 201-Dining Hall

This is an intermediate workshop for Origami, the Japanese art of paper-folding, where you can learn how to make simple things out of paper squares, such as a traditional crane, flower, samurai helmet, dragon claws, shurikens, and more. You will also learn how to read the standard Origami direction symbols.  Taught with step-by-step instructions and guidance. Hosted by Adam Wunch.

 

 

 Saturday 10 am to 10:50 am

Archery (10:30 am to 11:50 am)-At the Archery field

BB Guns (9 am to 10:30 am)- At the BB Gun Range

Rock Climbing (9 am to 10:30 am)-At the Rock Wall

 

Anime Family Feud-Dining Hall

Two teams compete for the title of Anime Grand Champion. The winner will be adorned with riches and the loser shall be banished from the land forever. Wait that sounds a little intense...let's start over. It's the classic game show with an Anime theme, you may know everything about Naruto but the answers rely on one hundred random people with possibly no Anime knowledge trying to answer them. So, how well do you think you'll do now? Hosted by CampAnime.

 

H20 Baseball-Flag FB Field

Imagine baseball, but with water balloons. Hit the balloon and run to the base. The pitcher can then take another balloon to throw to the 1st baseman. If he catches it before you get there, you are out. If you beat it or the balloon breaks then you are safe. I’m not going to lie: you will get wet! But you’ll also have some fun. Hosted by Con Men.

 

Saturday 11 am to 11:50 am

Archery-At the Archery field

 

Tie Dye the Tees -Dining Hall

Buy a Camp Anime T-shirt, and Tie dye it  before heading off to your next panel. We will do some unique or old fashioned tie dye tricks to make your plain white T-shirt uniquely colorful, and ketchup free. Also, come and tie dye your plain white pillow case. We can tie dye anything your heart desires, except for your best friend. XoXo - Hosted by CampAnime.

 

Robotron Live- Flag FB Field

Every year we break out the hopper balls and recreate a classic video game with them. This year's theme is Robotron.  Neft guns, some hopper balls and some creativity...what could go wrong? Hosted by CampAnime.

 

Saturday 12 pm to 12:45 pm

Lunch-Dining Hall

 

Art Fight-Dining Hall (sign up in Dealer’s Room)

Competitors and suggestions are picked from the lunchroom to battle in a random, timed art challenge! Matt Ryan of Free Lunch Studios hosts the event and supplies the easels, pads and crayons...CampAnime supplies the prizes. A CampAnime lunchtime tradition! Sit close to beg for originals! Hosted by Matt Ryan.

 

Saturday 1 pm to 1:50 pm

BB Guns- At the BB range (Ends at 2:30 pm)

 

Osaki-san, William Gillette's Gentleman Valet-Pop's Lodge

The East Haddam Stage Company presents a new one-man drama on the life of Yukitaka Osaki, featuring Japanese actor Taku Hirai. Osaki came to visit the US from Japan in 1888 with his older brother Yukio. Yukio returned to Japan, became the mayor of Tokyo, and bequeathed the famous cherry trees to Washington D.C. Yukitaka stayed and became the quiet soul who worked behind actor William Gillette for almost forty years. Join us for this live one man play featuring Taku Hirai.

Sponsored by a grant from the Middletown Commission on the Arts as part of the Immigrant Artist series.

 

 

Japanese Tea Ceremony Seating 1-Boathouse

We will have a presentation of what is commonly known as Japanese Tea Ceremony, or Chado. The host Anthony Crasso is a student of the Urasenke tradition of Chanoyu. He has been studying since the summer of 2014, including time in Kyoto, Japan but mostly with his teachers in Boston who has been studying for over 40 years.  Please come join us for a Japanese sweet and a bowl of matcha while learning about the Japanese aesthetic, history and culture through the way of tea. There will be 4 sessions, one each hour, for this event and seating is limited so please sign up ahead of time at the admissions desk. Hosted by Anthony Crasso.

 

 

Saturday 2 pm to 2:50 pm

BB Guns- At the BB range (Ends at 2:30 pm)

Boating (2:30 pm to 4:30 pm) - At the Lake

 

East Meets West and Back Again-Dining Hall

The Films of Akira Kurosawa have a lasting influence on the modern culture to this day. Here we will explore the how his films influenced American culture and then how those have influences came back to influence the Japanese culture and the world.  Hosted by Timothy Harrigan.

 

 

Osaki-san, Q and A-Pop's

After Osaki-San you are invited for a sit down Q and A session with the actor himself. Join Taku Hirai as he answers your questions on acting, the play and anything else that you can think of.

 

 

Getting to Know The Tarot-Roskin

 Did you get your cards read with the Mystics at the Fortune Teller booth during the festival?  Want to know a little bit more about how to do basic interpretations for yourself?  Deborah will give you a little how to-know how.  Bring a cup of tea or your favorite beverage.  This will be more group discussion and less lecture.  No one likes a lecture!   A simple handout explaining the basics will be provided. Hosted by Deborah Meyerriecks.

 

 

Japanese Tea Ceremony Seating 1-Boathouse

We will have a presentation of what is commonly known as Japanese Tea Ceremony, or Chado. The host Anthony Crasso is a student of the Urasenke tradition of Chanoyu. He has been studying since the summer of 2014, including time in Kyoto, Japan but mostly with his teachers in Boston who has been studying for over 40 years.  Please come join us for a Japanese sweet and a bowl of matcha while learning about the Japanese aesthetic, history and culture through the way of tea. There will be 3 sessions, one each hour, for this event and seating is limited so please sign up ahead of time at the admissions desk. Hosted by Anthony Crasso.

 

 

Saturday 3 pm to 3:50 pm

Boating (2:30 pm to 4:30 pm) - At the Lake

 

Cosplay Dating Game-Dining Hall

Come find your one true love at the cosplay dating game. Ask questions three mystery contestants and find out who you are meant for. You may have just been looking in the wrong anime. If you are ready to find someone for you, come to the cosplay dating game. Hosted by CampAnime.

 

 

 Japanese Tea Ceremony Seating 2-Boathouse

We will have a presentation of what is commonly known as Japanese Tea Ceremony, or Chado. The host Anthony Crasso is a student of the Urasenke tradition of Chanoyu. He has been studying since the summer of 2014, including time in Kyoto, Japan but mostly with his teachers in Boston who has been studying for over 40 years.  Please come join us for a Japanese sweet and a bowl of matcha while learning about the Japanese aesthetic, history and culture through the way of tea. There will be 3 sessions, one each hour, for this event and seating is limited so please sign up ahead of time at the admissions desk. Hosted by Anthony Crasso.

 

Saturday 4 pm to 4:55 pm

Boating (2:30 pm to 4:30 pm) - At the Lake

 

Anime Name that Tune-Dining Hall

So you may know the tune in English but what about German or Swedish? We're taking the tunes international as we test your skills at a brand new level. Plus Pokemon in Swedish is just really, really funny to listen to. Hosted by CampAnime.

 

Japanese Tea Ceremony Seating 3-Boathouse

We will have a presentation of what is commonly known as Japanese Tea Ceremony, or Chado. The host Anthony Crasso is a student of the Urasenke tradition of Chanoyu. He has been studying since the summer of 2014, including time in Kyoto, Japan but mostly with his teachers in Boston who has been studying for over 40 years.  Please come join us for a Japanese sweet and a bowl of matcha while learning about the Japanese aesthetic, history and culture through the way of tea. There will be 3 sessions, one each hour, for this event and seating is limited so please sign up ahead of time at the admissions desk. Hosted by Anthony Crasso.

 

 

Shining Sky’s 6th Live: Muse Goes Camping -Pop's

Come join Shining Sky Idol Project for our 6th live performance as Muse from Love Live! We’re excited to come back to Camp Anime with more dances to share! We will be having open dances, trivia, and more! Don’t know what Love Live is? Well come to the panel and find out! Make sure you bring your glowsticks! Hosted by Shining Sky.

 

 

Saturday 5 pm to 5:45 pm

 Dinner-Dining Hall

 

Saturday 6 pm to 6:50 pm

Cosplay Contest-Dining Hall

Dress to impress for our annual cosplay contest. Points are given for originality, overall look, ability to stay in character, and overall attitude. There will be smaller prizes for the best male and female costume as well as an overall grand prize. Please note that cosplayers spend a lot of time and effort on their costumes. ALL of them deserve respect and recognition throughout the con. Judged by our Con Prince and Princess and hosted by Matt and a Mystery Guest in the Dining Hall.

 

Haiku-Roskin

Haiku - so often it's taught as a 5-7-5 poem, but it's so much more. Learn the origins, read some classic haiku, and learn how to write your own. Hosted by Anne Mac Fadyen.

 

 

Introduction To Ballroom Dance-Pop's Lodge

Dance instructor Chinue Clifford will be teaching the basics of Ballroom dancing. Drag the husbands on the floor and take off those shoes for a bit of fun. We will have partners available if needed. Hosted by Chinue Clifford.

 

Saturday 7 pm to 7:55 pm

 Bonsai Workshop-Pop's Lodge (7 pm to 8:30 pm)

This 90-minute class has a $20 entry fee to help cover costs. Participants in this workshop will get a Bonsai tree, pot, soil, rocks and instruction on how to care for the Bonsai (a $40 value). Victor will be on hand to walk you through the basics of Bonsai and the requirements to maintain a healthy, happy Bonsai. We ask that you pre-register ahead of time so we have enough Bonsai trees for everybody. We will have extras in case you forget but letting us know ahead of time would be nice. From 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm. Hosted by Victor Eng.

 

Summer Festival (7 pm to 9 pm)

Fair Booths

There will be 2 ways to win this year. You can play for free and win free comics or you can purchase tickets for $3 or 2 for $5 to win prizes valued at $8 or more. Manga, Anime Figures and Models, Blind Boxes and more! You play until you win...so a $3 ticket will get you at least an $8 prize. There will only be 300 of the larger prizes available.

 

Shaved Ice Booth

$3 or 2 for $5 gets you a some Hawaiian shaved ice. Multiple flavors to choose from and so much more tasty then a sno-cone.  You may mix and match the Shaved Ice and Cotton Candy for the discount.

 

Kettle Corn

$3 or 2 bags for $5

 

Cotton Candy Booth

$3 or 2 for $5 gets you a cotton candy treat on a chopstick instead of a cone. You may mix and match the Shaved Ice and Cotton Candy for the discount.

 

Bubble Tea Booth

$3 or mix and match with another treat and do two for $5. 3 Flavors to choose from and made fresh that day.

 

Takoyaki Booth

Sorry, no octopus but we do have cool dessert flavors to try out.

 

Blast the Promoter

Water Balloons and my head in a target box. 3 shots to hit me...just remember that I do cabin placements each year and I know who snores.

 

Kong 'China' Wenge's Ping Pong

Step right up ladies and gentlemen for a chance to test you skills and win some prizes at the magnificent, the stupendous, and the outrageous Ping Pong toss game. The rules are simple, just land your Ping Pong ball in one of the fish bowls on the table and you win a prize. Candy, toys and bragging rights go to the winners so come on down and put your skills to the test. Hosted by ベーグル.

 

Death Parade Dart Game

Bust one to win! Bust two in a row for a bigger prize and 3 in a row for the Grand Prize. I'll tell you right now, the Grand Prize isn't that great so don't feel bad if you only hit one :)

 

Ash's Poke Challenge

You don't need to catch them all, just one will do. Toss the Poke Ball and try to catch a Pokemon. If the ball stays put you win, if you fall out you need to work on your Pokemon skills.

 

Cowboy Bebop's Shooting Gallery

Nerf Guns and targets. Knock it down and win. If you miss no worries, you probably didn't want the Pocky anyway.

 

Rintarou Okabe's Ring a Ramune game

The classic Hoop a Bottle game but with Ramune. Get the hoop over the Bottle and you win the bottle of Dr Pepper (not really, we have better prizes). That is, if you can pry it away from Rintarou.

 

Robots vs Ducks

It's like bobbing for apples but with ducks and robo arms. I know this sounds weird but trust me, it's really not weirder than anything else we do at camp.

 

Kuroko's Basketball Booth

You have 30 seconds and 3 balls, how many can you sink?

 

Princess Nine Baseball Challenge

We have some cans, we have some balls and I don't think I really need to explain this one.

 

Sakura's Sand Art

We will supply the materials and you supply the creativity to come up with your own unique sand art display. Best of all, you get to bring it home with you.

 

 Fortune Readings

Willowmoon (aka: The Witch of CampAnime will be offering intuitive readings for everyone at the festival. Choose between Tarot card readings, Crystal Ball Gazing, Astrological Interpretation or palm reading. After all, our witch is none other than the Rainbow Bubble Witch, Bubble Witch

Saga’s favorite aunt.

 

Super Secret Mystery Booth

It's so secret that we can't even tell you until the carnival starts. It's free and everyone walks away with a...hmmm, if I told you it would ruin the suprise.

 

Saturday 8 pm to 8:50 pm

 Bonsai Workshop Cont.-Pop's Lodge (7 pm to 8:30)

This 90 minute class has a $15 entry fee to help cover costs. Participants in this workshop will get a Bonsai tree, pot, soil, rocks and a tool set to maintain the Bonsai (a $40 value). Victor will be on hand to walk you through the basics of Bonsai and the requirements to maintain a healthy, happy Bonsai. We ask that you pre-register ahead of time so we have enough Bonsai trees for everybody. We will have extras in case you forget, but letting us know ahead of time would be nice. From 7:00 pm to 8:30pm. Hosted by Victor Eng.

 

Summer festival cont.- Baseball Field (7 pm to 8:50 pm)

Its starts off with a game of Suikawari, after a long hot day at camp who wouldn't want some watermelon and what's better then watermelon? Making a game out of splitting one open. A Japanese picnic game for the whole family kicks off our 1st Summer Festival. Carnival games, silly prizes, and of course pie.

 

Saturday 9 pm to 9:50 pm

Wine and Cheese tasting-Boathouse (9 to 10:30ish)

It's fake wine but the cheese is real. This is the panel for all the Parents in tow. Sit back, relax as we try to figure out what cheese goes best with what fake wine. We have no idea what we're doing but part of the fun is the experimentation with the pairings. Hosted by CampAnime.

 

Choose Your Adventure: Live-Pop's (9:15 pm start)

Our fourth year doing a musical/comedy stage show. We give the performers 2 hours to write and rehearse whatever comes to mind and then they perform it live. Keep in mind that 2 hours isn't a whole lot of time, so don't expect Shakespeare. You should expect to laugh quite a though :) .Hosted by the one, the only - *drum roll* -  ... Rebecca Meakin!

 

Lantern Festival- Meet on the Baseball Field

If you made a lantern at our workshop at the Dining Hall or brought one from home, come join us for a late-night walk throughout the camp. Please do not bring real candles or tea lights...we don't want to burn the camp down! LED candles and lanterns are fine.  The walk starts promptly at 9 pm, so get here a few minutes early if you don't want to get lost. We will walk a bit through the camp and end at the Bonfire. Hosted by CampAnime.

 

Bonfire, Mysterious stories & S’mores-Council Ring

What better way to end the night then to sit back , have a dog, roast a marshmallow or two, chat with new friends and hear a Ghost Story or two at the same time. After Mysterious Massachusetts we will invite guests to come up and tell the scariest story they know.

 

 Saturday 10 pm to 11:30ish pm

Wine and Cheese tasting-Boathouse (9 to 10:30ish)

It's fake wine but the cheese is real. This is the panel for all the Parents in tow. Sit back, relax as we try to figure out what cheese goes best with what fake wine. We have no idea what we're doing but part of the fun is the experimentation with the pairing. Hosted by CampAnime.

 

Scary Shorts-Council Ring (Bonfire)

Stop on by as we celebrate some of the all-time classic horror short stories and poems. We have a few in mind that we will read during the bonfire but feel free to bring your favorite. It’s an open forum and everyone is invited.

 

 Bonfire, Hot Dogs & S’mores-Council Ring

What better way to end the night then to sit back , have a dog, roast a marshmallow or two, chat with new friends and hear a Ghost Story or two at the same time. After Mysterious Massachusetts we will invite guests to come up and tell the scariest story they know.

 

 

 

Sunday 8 am to 8:45 am

Breakfast-Dining Hall

 

Sunday 9 am to 9:50 am

Rock Climbing (9 am to 10:30 am)-At the Rock Wall

 

Color Me-Dining Hall

Adult coloring books are here to stay. They are relaxing,  help increase concentration and motor skills and most of all they are pretty fun. Nekko-Jin Designs will be in the Dining Hall bright and early with pages, pencils, markers and that bright eyed smile that will help you start your day at camp.

 

 

Origami The Master Class-Roskin

This is an expert workshop for Origami, the Japanese art of paper-folding, where you can learn how to make simple things out of paper squares, such as a traditional crane, flower, samurai helmet, dragon claws, shurikens, and more. You will also learn how to read the standard Origami direction symbols.  Taught with step-by-step instructions and guidance. Hosted by Adam Wunch.

 

 Sunday 10 am to 10:55 am

  Rock Climbing (9 am to 10:30 am)-At the Rock Wall

BB Guns- At The BB Gun Range (10:30 am to noon)

Archery- Archery Field (10:30 am to noon)

 

 

Hetalia: Know Your Country-Dining Hall

You love Hetalia, I love Hetalia, we all love Hetalia but how much do you actually know about the countries from the series? We are going to test your knowledge in this fun filled, fact based panel that will be one part game show, one part taste tests and 100% fun. Hosted by Cynthia DeRoma.

 

 

Sunday 11 am to 12 pm

 BB Guns- At The BB Gun Range (10 am to 11:30 am)

 

Blindfold Candy Taste Test-Dining Hall (Ends 11:30 am)

Contestants will be blindfolded and given different kinds of Japanese candy; they will then have to describe what it is – specific, not just Mochi, also what type (you CANNOT participate if you have ANY kind of food allergies). Please note that not all the J-snacks will be sweet and some flavors may be unexpected. Hosted by Matthew DeRoma.

 

 

Kodama Taiko Workshop- Dining Hall

In this hands on class we will explore the history of Japanese drums as well as the ensemble Taiko drumming. After the brief introduction to the art people will be invited to learn the basics of the drums with the help of the UConn Kodama Taiko club. With patience and a bit of hard work you will learn to play a simple piece that will be performed later in the day.  There will be a longer workshop at 1 pm. Hosted by Uconn Kodama Taiko.

 

 

Competitive Hobby Horsing-Flag Football Field

Because why should the Finns have all the fun. All you need is some determination, a hobby horse and a sparkle in your eye....step right up and your dreams of becoming a Hobby Horse champ will finally be fulfilled. Hosted by CampAnime.

 

 Sunday 12 pm to 12:45 pm

Lunch-Dining Hall

 

Taiko Drum Performance-Dining Hall

Join the UConn Taiko club as the perform for the guests of CampAnime. This will be a small performace at st the start of lunch service. There will be a longer performance at 2 pm

 

 Sunday 1 pm to 1:50 pm

Boating (1:30 pm to 3:00 pm) - At the Lake

 

Cosplay Fashion Show-Dining Hall

It's not a judged contest, just a chance to walk the runway and strut your stuff and show the world what you did with your cosplay this year. The questions that we will ask you will be mostly about how you made your cosplay and props. We will not be asking you to answer "in character". It's more of a chance to share your knowledge with others and maybe even pick up a tip or two for your next cosplay idea. Points will not be given, but it's still a ton of fun. Hosted by Haruvamp.

 

Battle Of The Cosplay Stars-Flag FB Field

Teams will compete in our annual family-fun event. Come take part in classic family picnic games with a Japanese-game-show twist:  3-legged race, Pong, Kan Jam, fill the bucket with water, pie-eating contest, and Wiffle Ball pitch. They all sound innocent enough, but if you’ve ever seen a Japanese game show, you may want to think twice about volunteering for this one. Four people per team may participate. Hosted by CampAnime.

 

Kodama Taiko Workshop-At the Lake (Pop's if weather is bad)

In this outdoor hands on class we will explore the history of Japanese drums as well as the ensemble Taiko drumming. After the brief introduction to the art people will be invited to learn the basics of the drums with the help of the UConn Kodama Taiko club. With patience and a bit of hard work you will learn to play a simple piece that will be performed at 2 pm.  Hosted by Uconn Kodama Taiko.

 

Sunday 2 pm to 2:50 pm

Boating (2:00 pm to 4:00 pm) - At the Lake

 

So You Say You Can Voice Act-Dining Hall

We provide the Video you provide the voices come and try your hand at improv voice acting. It's silly, it's fun, it's totally a camp activity. Hosted by Timothy Harrigan.

 

 

Hetalia World Games-Flag Football Field

Come join us and go for the gold as we play host to the Hetalia World Games. Teams will compete in International classic outdoor games like Kubb, Croquet, Skittle, and Bocce. The winner earns a prize and complete world domination. Hosted by Matt DeRoma.

 

 

Taiko Drum Performance-At the Lake (Pop's if weather is bad)

Join the UConn Taiko club as the perform for the guests of CampAnime.

 

Sunday 3:00 pm to 4:00 pm

Boating (2:00 pm to 4:00 pm) - At the Lake

 

Sunday 4:00 pm to 4:15 pm

Closing Ceremony Q and A-Dining Hall

What did we get right and what did we do wrong...feel free to let us know in the Q&A. What can we add next year to make your weekend even more enjoyable and what do we already have planned. Hosted by Matthew and Cynthia.