Summer Camp and Teen Opportunities Fair Coming to Sharon High School

After a brutal week of weather in Massachusetts, and around the country, we can't help but dream of the sunny, warm days of summer. Parents are beginning to think about choices for their children, whether it be an overnight camp, or a summer program for their teenager.
This Sunday, January 12th, from 1-3:30, there will be a fair at Sharon High School, 181 Pond Street, which will help parents navigate through all the options that are available. Tips on Trips and Camps, a leading advisory service for over 43 years, is hosting this free event. www.tipsontripsandcamps.com There will be Directors from various camps, and programs, to help answer questions, and discuss choices. 
It can be overwhelming to parents, and certainly children, to look for camps and programs on the internet. Customers have described Tips on Trips and Camps as being better than Google as Tips advisors vet the programs they represent and get evaluations from parents each summer.
Take some time this Sunday to stop by and explore the options available for your child. The fair is for overnight programs only. There will not be day camps available.
If you are unable to attend the fair but would still like free advice on summer choices contact Ellen Blum, the Massachusetts Advisor, at Ellen@TipsonTripsandCamps.com

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Ephram A. Caflun January 09, 2014 at 08:24 AM
We look forward to meeting prospective families and discussing our summer camp program this Sunday. Kindest Regards, Ephram A. Caflun, Owner/Director, Camp Wekeela for Boys and Girls Phone: 201.612.5125 www.campwekeela.com


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