ParentMap’s 2013 Camp Fairs – Pacific Northwest

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Are you thinking of summer yet?  I am, especially after these cloudy days we have seen the last couple of days.  I am ready for sunny days with the sound of kids laughter.  With summer not too far off in the distant, it’s time to start planning for summer fun for the kids.

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Marking the start of summer camp registration for 2013, ParentMap,  a Seattle-based business committed to providing innovative and award-winning editorial content through a variety of media to support parents, is offering families thousands of ideas for summer fun at their FREE annual (some 15 years running) 2013 CAMP FAIRS.

February’s CampFair event brings together 100+ local and out-of-state camps organizations and schools, so that families can efficiently research options, compare programs, ask questions, learn about costs/financial aid and more.

The kick-off event is St. Thomas School CampFair on February 2nd, 2013 at 10:00 to 2:00 pm.  More Details below.

St. Thomas School
8300 Northeast 12th Street
Medina, WA 98039

 

RSVP for the St. Thomas’ School CampFair and win a chance of fun camp giveaways, including:

·         One free week at YMCA’s awesome Camp Orkila or Camp Colman.

·         Seattle Children’s Theatre Drama Camp (up to $195 value)

·         i9 Sports is offering a week at their Sammamish or Issaquah sports camps.

Plus the first 50 families to arrive on the day, will receive a free copy of ParentMap’s essential local travel book: Northwest Kids Trips

 

Please check out other ParentMap 2013 CampFair events around the Puget Sound at the following locations:

Seattle/Central

March 9, 2013

10am-2pm

Hamlin Robinson School

1700 East Union Street

Seattle, WA 98122

North Seattle/North Sound

March 16, 2013

10am-2pm

The Evergreen School

15201 Meridian Ave. N.

Shoreline, WA 98133

South Sound

March 23, 2013

10am-2pm

STAR Center – Metro Parks Tacoma

3873 S. 66th St.,

Tacoma, WA  98409

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