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$10,000 Grant for Kids’ Camps & Classes – Now Accepting Applications for 2019

ActivityHero announces a Business Grant Contest that will benefit kids’ camp and class providers with over $15,000 in grants.  If you’re a kids’ activity provider who faces the challenges of being a small business in the competitive Bay Area marketplace, here’s … Continue reading

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School Break Camps in San Francisco Bay Area

Parents with school-age kids know firsthand that the school calendar is full of one day holidays as well as a several full weeks off. In fact, school is out 16 weeks a year so it is not a surprise that … Continue reading

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Kids’ Activity Providers: Apply by May 31 to Win a Small Business Grant

ActivityHero announces a Business Grant Contest that will benefit kids’ camp and class providers with over $15,000 in grants.  If you’re a kids’ activity provider who faces the challenges of being a small business in the competitive Bay Area marketplace, here’s … Continue reading

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San Francisco Peninsula Spring Break Camps – 2018

Find camps for 2016 Spring Break on the San Francisco Peninsula — San Mateo, Millbrae, Palo Alto, and more! Here, a few highlights to check out. Continue reading

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Veterans Day Camps in the SF Bay Area

Sign up for a fun day camps for Veterans Day school holiday. Sports, Art, LEGO and more! Continue reading

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What?! School’s out in May? Find the Early Summer Camps

If your kids are one of the lucky ones who get out of school before mid-June, you might be scrambling to find a camp that is running in late May or early June. Here, you’ll find summer camps that are … Continue reading

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Bay Area Camp Fairs – visit ActivityHero and 100’s of local camps

Camp fairs are a great way to meet the people who run day and overnight camps.  The camp directors and staff are there to answer questions in person and you are likely to get a better sense of the camp personality by talking to them.  You can also bring the kids to see what catches […]

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