Don't Miss L.A. Camp Fair 2018 taking place in three convenient locations and event dates March 11 at UCLA, April 14 in Thousand Oaks Conejo Valley, and April 22 in Calabasas.
Attending a Camp Fair is by far the easiest and most convenient way to find the ideal camp for your kids. That's because you don't have to spend any time contacting each camp individually by phone, email or traveling to visit them.
Instead, at a Camp Fair, all the camps are together in one place, side-by-side in a booth-like setting, where you can simply visit all the booths to meet the camp staff, ask questions, and learn about their programs.
Picture a wedding expo, used car expo, or any other kind of expo and you're on the right track because camp fairs are exactly that ... an expo for summer camps.
Depending on what part of town you live and your family's availability, you can attend just one of the camp fairs, two of them, or even all three to meet camp representatives, collect information, take advantage of some of the early bird discounts many programs offer, and even sign up for some of the more popular programs before they sell out.
In any case, you'll find at least 50 camps exhibiting at each of the camp fairs encompassing a wide variety of activities and programs from day camps to overnight camps to acting camps and everything in between.
Another big plus is the L.A. Camp Fair 2018 is absolutely FREE! You won't pay a dime to get in. The only thing you need to do is grab your free admission tickets in advance because we're expecting a big crowd, serving food, and having lots of games and activities for the kids. By getting your free tickets ahead of time, it will help us plan for the right number of families attending the Camp Fair.
We're looking forward to seeing you there!
3/8/2020 01:40:45 pm
Hello! We are interested in having a booth at both the Cal State Northridge and Calabasas Fairs. Could you please send information? Thank you!
3/9/2020 02:51:46 pm
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