BBYO International Convention 2015 Program Guide - Page 39

DYBRKR, Hanover DYBRKR is a morning movement that will start your day off unlike anything else. Join us for a morning dance party that will get you up and moving before you head to your Atlanta Sightseeing trip. Interfaith Service at MLK’s Ebenezer Baptist Church Playoff Film Screening and Q&A with Director Eran Riklis, Embassy C Playoff is a 2011 biographical film written and directed by Israeli director, Eran Riklis. The film “Playoff” is inspired by the life of Ralph Klein, Israel’s most famous basketball coach, ever. Join Director Eran Riklis for a screening and Q&A of the film. 3:30 p.m. Chofesh / Free Time 5:00 p.m. Optional Mincha, Beit Midrash Please see your name tag for your sightseeing location. They include the Center for Civil and Human Rights, College Football Hall of Fame and Fan Experience, Fernbank Museum of Natural History, Georgia Aquarium, Inside CNN Studio Tour, Jimmy Carter Presidential Library and Museum and the World of Coca-Cola. We have provided a boxed lunch for you at that location. If you decide you want to remain in elections, please visit the IC Welcome Center. All IC attendees now have a chance to return to their rooms, relax, shower and change for tonight’s event, BBYO: Stronger Together. Now is a great time to visit the IC Town Square, Shuk, Music Studio, Chapter Services Center or Beit Midrash! Shuk Details Atlanta Sightseeing Program Schedule 11:30 a.m. Additional Information Join Rabbi Peter Berg of the historic Temple synagogue in Atlanta and Rev. Dr. Raphael Warnock for an interfaith service in the historic Ebenezer Church. Tour the King Center, home to Martin Luther King, Jr’s and Coretta Scott King’s crypt, as well as a memorial. End the day with a visit to the National Center for Civil and Human Rights that builds upon Atlanta’s legacy of civil rights to strengthen the worldwide movement for human rights. Please see your name tag to see if you were assigned to this program. 37