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Camp & Acitivity Fair 2011

Metro Parent's 22nd annual Camp & Activity Fair was on Jan. 29 in Ann Arbor and Jan. 30 in Beverly Hills, Michigan.

Metro Parent presented its 22nd annual Camp & Activity Fair at two great new locations: Washtenaw Community College - Morris Lawrence Building in Ann Arbor and the Birmingham Conference Center in Beverly Hills the weekend of Jan. 29-30, 2011.

Choosing the perfect program for your children is a difficult and intimidating procedure, but Metro Parent's Camp Fair is one-stop shopping! Parents and kids alike found out about the multitude of wonderful and educational opportunities most suitable for them.

The fair showcased over 60 U.S. and Canadian camps, including both day and overnight programs. Many new camps attended this highly anticipated event, including unique programs for children with special needs and diverse options for the older teen crowd. There also were  plenty of specialty camps – such as computer, sports, college research and theater – to satisfy every personality.

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Jan 25, 2011 10:00 am
 Posted by  hopesdaddy

Opportunity does strike twice, what a opportunity this is, Metro Parent Magazine has done it again! Having attended this wonderful event last year the Metro Parent Camp and Activity Fair, Hope Drogmiller and Hope's Daddy give this event proudly four thumbs up! A fun filled day packed with plenty of information booths as well as a rainbow assortment of some of the nicest people we have had the opportunity to have met in all our years living in Michigan. The information we received was priceless! Camps for one and all! We are so excited to see this event again this year we plan on attending both days of the fair, the price is right, Free! We will probably bring some other family members with us so they can experience this wonderful fair. And of course we will definitely try to win an IPod Touch or Flip Camera. Thank you Metro Parent Magazine for having this event, we look forward to meeting all representatives from all of the 80 plus camps and summer programs to see which is best for us. Your Number one fans, The Drogmiller Family.

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