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|DATE / TIME||EVENTS / INDUSTRY||LOCATION|
|Mar 06, 2016-|
Mar 06, 2016
10:00AM - 01:00PM
|Marin Summer Activities & Camp Fair 2016|
The Marin Camp Fair 2016 is coming up.
Does the thought of planning your summer sound daunting? We've brought together all the best options for your summer (camps, tutors, activities, etc.) and put them under one roof. This is where savvy parents go to plan their summers!
Join us as we meet the people behind basically every summer day camp in Marin, and all the popular sleep-away /overnight summer camps too. Representatives will be available to introduce you to and answer your every question about their program. Browse through at your leisure, pick up brochures and explore the summer opportunities available.
The Marin Camp Fair is a free community offered by the Dominican University Athletic Department & Marin International School as a service to Marin County families and camps.
Date & Time: Sunday, March 6, 2016 from 10:01am - 1:00pm (free pizza lunch!)
As the fair will be held inside, we'll be there rain or shine
Location: Dominican University of California, Conlan Center gymnasium
(1475 Grand Ave San Rafael, CA 94901)
For more details, please visit www.marincampfair.com.
Please make sure your child's classmates and the PTA newsletter folks know about this community event so more families can benefit from this opportunity!
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