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February 15, 2014 / mommylok

Queens NY Camp Fair 2014 at the New York Hall of Science Museum

Queens Camp Fair 2014

QUEENS NY – February 14, 2014  Looking for the perfect camp for kids but don’t know where to start? The Queens NY Camp Fair is a free event for families who are seeking day camps, sleep-away camps and specialty camps for Queens and Long Island families with kids ages 2-18. Now is the time to research and register for summer camps before spots fill up.

Sponsored by Queens Mamas, Offspriing Magazine, New York Hall of Science, Oasis Day Camps and American Camp Association NY & NJ, the Queens NY Camp Fair will offer 30+ vendors with samplings and demonstrations to find the best camps for children ranging from the toddler to high school years. From sports and music to art and cooking, there will be camps to satisfy any child’s interest.

Visit exhibitors such as 82nd St. Academics, Adirondack Woodcraft Camps, Applebee’s, Berkshire Hills Eisenberg Camps, Beth Sholom Day Camp, Camp Birch Hill, Camp Chinqueka and Camp Awosting, Camp Wingate & Kirkland, Frost Valley YMCA, Mid Island Air Service Aero Camp, Museum of the Moving Image, NY Cosmos, Summer Institute for the Gifted, Urbansitter, Usdan Center, USTA, Wildlife Conservation Society, and more!

 Come and visit us! For more information please visit www.queensmamas.com/campfair

When: Sunday, February 23, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Where: New York Hall of Science, 47-01 111th St., Corona, NY 11368

Cost: Free with museum admission

 

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  1. biculturalmama / Feb 16 2014 11:33 AM

    Thanks for sharing!!!

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