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Education Expo 2010

Folks from all over southeast Michigan experienced an educational, fun and free day at the Detroit Institute of Arts on Sunday, Sept. 26, 2010

Families from all over southeast Michigan experienced an educational, fun and free day at the Detroit Institute of Arts on Sunday, Sept. 26, 2010 at Metro Parent's annual Education Expo!

Parents discovered the best opportunities for their children's academic success from educational leaders from all over the metro Detroit and greater Ann Arbor areas. To top it off, they were able to roam the exciting galleries at the DIA – all free of charge. Beyond complimentary museum entry, our event offered free activities – including a scavenger hunt, Brain Food snack pack and cookie decorating – all while families received the latest and greatest information on what’s new in education from our 65-plus top-notch exhibitors.

This event will return in fall 2011; don't miss out!

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