The 101st annual Foresters' Ball was held Friday and Saturday nights at the Schreiber Gymnasium on campus. Every year for this event, the gymnasium is converted into a turn-of-the-century logging town complete with a saloon, general store, jail, chapel, chow hall and museum. Patrons can enjoy swing dancing to a live band performance, eating free chili in the chow hall, marrying their sweethearts for the night in a make-shift chapel, or having their hair cut at a barber shop, among other activities. The Ball takes a week to build, two days to enjoy and less than 24 hours to tear down. All of the money raised is turned into scholarships for students who put in a minimum of 80 hours of work.