Teacher's Name __________________________ School __________________________________ School Address: _____________________ City: __________________ Zip: ________ Tel: Home______________ E-Mail: _____________________ School_____________ Fax:________________________ 1. How many students are you bringing? __________________ 2. What age are your students? __________________________ 3. What time of day do you expect to attend? Morning _______ Afternoon _________ All Day _________ Fair hours are 8:30 Am to 3:30 PM (doors will be open at 7:45 for setup) For Program hours and information, see other sheet. PROJECT INFORMATION PLEASE DO NOT FEEL THAT YOU NEED TO HAVE A PROJECT TO COME. YOUR PRESENCE IS WHAT WE WANT. 1. If you're doing a project, what type of project is it? Describe briefly. 2. What setup do you need? A. Do you need a table? (Round, long) NOTE: Dimensions of tables must be specified. There will be two chairs per table. B. Do you need an easel or a bulletin board? (Please make posters self-standing.) C. Do you need performance space? What kind of performance? Song: Dance: Skit: Recitation: Other: Do you have any students who could mime, juggle, be strolling minstrels or other type of performer at the fair? D. How long is the performance? E. Do you need any AV equipment? If yes, what type? EXHIBITION INFORMATION 7:45 Doors open for set-up 8:45 If you are coming only in the morning, please set-up by 8:45 12:30 If you are coming only in the afternoon, please set-up by 12:30 Please indicate which performances you would like to view (refer to the other pages) Les Toussaints _____________________ Les Boulingrins ____________________ Would you like a copy of Les Boulingrins? ______ Voyageur Days ____________________ French Canadian Ancestors __________ Embrassez le Passé _________________ FOOD If your project involves food, you will be set up in the food court. No cooking is permitted. There will be no refrigeration equipment available, but we will try to bring a microwave. Free samples of food may be distributed. FEE INFORMATION There is a $1.00 admission fee to the fair per person which entitles students and teachers to view the display areas and the performances. Authentic french and francophone food will be available for an additional cost; however, your students are welcome to bring a bag lunch to the fair. NOTE: Please don't forget the special WFC exhibit at the American Geographical Society (UW - Milwaukee Library) "Ou est Ouisconsin? Mapping Wisconsin's French Connection" Open March - May 7, Monday - Friday, 9AM - 5PM. You may want to view it before the Fair, with or without your students. For more information, please call: 229-6282 The List of Students who Contributed a Project to the Wisconsin's French Connections Fair (for DPI certificate). School Name ________________________________________________ Students' Name ____________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________ Please return this registration form by March 28 to Gabrielle Verdier, Chair, Department of French, Italian, and Comparative Literature, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, P.O. Box 413, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 53201, FAX: 229-2939 Tel: 229-4382 E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Total Enclosed: $____________ Please make checks payable to: University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.
A mailing regarding this Fair has been sent to Milwaukee area schools.
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