Come to Know. . . . .
How do I register and what is the deadline?
Registration opens September 15th—a link will be sent to all YM/YW presidents, and posted on the ASY FB page.
Click on the Register button at the bottom of the page, fill out the document and submit. Your online registration and down-payment is due Sunday, Nov. 19, 2017.
In addition to the online registration form, you need to turn in a Parental Permission and Buddy Form. These forms may be downloaded and printed from the (preparation) page and should be turned in to your Ward Young Men or Young Women leaders by Sunday, Nov. 19, 2017. The registration process is not fully complete until these required, signed forms are turned in.
If you do not have internet access, please speak with your ward Young Women or Young Men leaders and they will ensure that you have access to the required forms.
What is the cost for the trip?
The final payment is due by Sunday, July 1, 2018.
If it is determined that a youth is not able to attend, they will receive a full refund of their deposit until May 6, 2018.
What is the payment schedule?
1st payment $75 due Nov 19th 2017 (buddy form and parent permission form due)
2nd payment $75 due Feb 6th 2018
3rd payment $75 due May 6th 2018 (honor code form due)
Final Payment $75 due July 1st 2018
How do I make a payment?
Use a tithing envelope. On the line item OTHER enter NAUVOO along with your payment and give to a member of the bishopric.
Who can attend?
Adventure Nauvoo is for youth in the Young Men’s or Young Women’s programs of the Arlington TX Stake who will be 14 or older. Youth who graduate from high school in 2017 may attend.
How were adult and youth leaders selected?
All adult leaders will be prayerfully selected and invited to come under the direction of the Stake Presidency.
Can I bring non-member or a friend from another stake?
Due to the logistics and expense associated with the Nauvoo trip, participants who are not members of the Arlington TX Stake will not be able to attend.
Can parents or other family members attend?
Should your family choose to come to Nauvoo while we are there, they should not expect to participate in activities planned for you, tag along on the planned itinerary, or keep you from these events. Family attendance may distract you from the full life changing, spiritual experience that High Adventure Nauvoo will provide. Please plan your family vacations at a different time.
Can I meet up with my family at the end of the Nauvoo Trip to leave on our family vacation?
Activities during the travel to and from Nauvoo are part of the trip, and we encourage you to participate. However, it would be possible to meet up with your family before the group leaves Nauvoo. Advance arrangements with stake leaders will be necessary.
If I have a conflict, can I come for just part of the time in Nauvoo?
We would ask you to commit to attending the entire Nauvoo Trip due to the complexity of making arrangements, providing accommodations, and ensuring for the safety of over 120 youth. Also, great activities are planned for each day, which you won’t want to miss!
What if someone (who meets requirements to participate) moves into our stake after the registration deadline?
It will be addressed on a case-by-case basis. Participation will depend on availability.
Do I need to bring money?
You may bring some spending money for snacks and souvenirs.
Will there be bathrooms on the buses?
Yes, and we will stop occasionally for bathroom breaks.
Will the cabins be air-conditioned?
Can we bring snacks on the bus?
You may bring WATER and snacks.
Can I bring electronic devices?
Cell phones are permitted as long as they are used in an appropriate manner and at appropriate times.
They may be used to take pictures, access scriptures, read books, listen to music, etc., especially on the long bus ride, but should generally be turned off/put away during any group discussions/activities, and Sunday meetings. *Schedule will designate when phones are NOT permitted.