SCHOOL'S OUT HOME            FOR EXHIBITORS            PARTICIPATING PROGRAMS

            
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School's Out 2014 is this Saturday! Come find your child's next favorite summer camp, vacation camp, after-school, or weekend class.

When: Saturday, February 8, 2014, from 2 pm to 5 pm 

Where: PS 321, 180 7th Avenue, between 1st and 2nd Streets in Park Slope, Brooklyn. 

This one-stop resource for children's activities is free to parents, caregivers, and kids, and designed to connect them with dozens of the best summer, after-school, and enrichment programs in Brooklyn and beyond. We have more than 60 exhibitors lined up this year, ranging from sleepaway camps in New England to brand new Brooklyn specialty programs. Learn about camps and classes you've never heard of before, or find out what your favorites have in store for 2014.  We'll have some insane balloon twisting by Balloonscapes, and food available outside by Dan and John's Wings, Dough, the Mud Truck, and Red Hook Lobster Truck. 

Discover climbing ● programming ● gardening ● engineering ● painting ● skateboarding ● sailing ●tie-dying ● drumming ● cooking ● designing ● recording ● farming ● gaming ● printing ● riding ● creating ● kick-boxing ● knitting ● playing  drawing ● strumming ● acting ● kayaking ● building ●  hammering ● sewing ● imagining ● writing ● trapeze ● baseball ● animals ● history ● jazz ● Spanish ● chess ● soccer ● ballet ● basketball ● violin ● ping pong ● cello ● French ● Karate ● and more!

 

Many thanks to our generous sponsor!!!



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Thank you to Blue Sky Bakery for donating freshly baked goods!


TESTIMONIALS FROM PAST EXHIBITORS

"This camp fair was a great way for us to reconnect with campers from last year and sign up a number of new campers for upcoming summer camp season at the Zoo." -Karen Tingley, Prospect Park  Zoo

“This was a great event for Brooklyn Robot Foundry. We met dozens of parents here, many who signed their kids up for camp on the spot. It was really worth it for us and we're excited to do it again.” Jenny Young, Brooklyn Robot Foundry


PS 321 - CENTRALLY LOCATED IN BROWNSTONE BROOKLYN