Camp Fairs! Meet local SF and Marin camps!

Camp fairs are a wonderful way to get a lot of local camp information in one place. The camp directors and staff are there to answer questions in person and you are likely to get a better sense of the camp philosophy by talking to them directly rather than just poking around their website.

Here are a couple upcoming camp fairs in the SF area:

Marin Camp Fair – Friday, March 30 – 4:30 to 6:45

Meet the people behind most of the top summer day camps in Marin County and hear about their great camp programs. In addition, several of the most popular residential (sleep-away) camps will also be on hand to showcase their offerings. The Marin Camp Fair is a community event managed by the Dominican University Athletic Department as a service to Marin County families and camps.

Date & Time:
Friday, March 30, 2012 from 4:30pm – 6:45pm (pizza dinner!) (exact time TBD)

Dominican University of California, Conlan Center gymnasium (1475 Grand Ave San Rafael, CA 94901)

Parent Details:
Children welcome. Pizza dinner & snacks. Leave your email for auto-updates.

Kid / Camper Details:
Get ready for fun! Bounce house & delicious pizza, popcorn & snacks. Older campers (middle & high school) are also welcome to partake in these activities and might find their interest learning about the great summer options that exist for them, both academic & recreational.

More info:

Summer Resource Fair – Saturday, March 3 – 10:00 am to 3:00 pm

Concourse Exhibition Center

8th & Brannan Streets, San Francisco (Accessible by MUNI)

Join families with children of all ages at this fun, free showcase of summer activities for children, youth, and families.
WIN!!! Free weeks of camp!
WATCH!!! Karate demonstrations, a fashion show, Polynesian dancers, archery, and more!
PLAY!!! Face painting, balloon animals, crafts, yoga, karaoke, filmmaking, digital media, and more!
Information about: Camps • Classes • Arts • Sports • Teen Opportunities
More info about exhibitors, entertainment, and activities at

Presented by, SFUSD Student Support Services Department, and the Department of Children, Youth & Their Families.


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