How long has it been since a ten dollar bill paid for an entire day full of activities, learning, networking and support for you and the whole family? That’s what it costs to get in to LIFE Fest 2010 this year, challenging anyone to get more bang for their buck anywhere else.
LIFE Fest 2010 is set for September 18 at the Orange County Extension Service in Orlando. Promising a family-friendly day full of exhibits, workshops, youth programs, educational give-aways and more, LIFE Fest offers something for every member of the family.
In addition to homeschooling workshops and product exhibits, families can look foward to finding other information at LIFE Fest, like youth groups and clubs, home school and educational support groups, community education groups such as libraries, parks, nature centers, museums and associations, and from just about anyone providing free or low cost learning opportunities for area families.
Take a look at a few of the programs on the agenda this year at LIFE Fest:
- Round table discussions on college planning
- Addressing Nature Deficit Disorder by Thinking Outside the Classroom
- Physical Education with Zumba
- Homeschooling 101 – Trusting Yourself
- FIRST Robotics – An Ideal STEM Program
And there’s more, too. Check LIFE of Florida on the web to learn more about LIFE – “Learning is for Everyone” – or to see the details of LIFE Fest 2010 in downloadable flyers HERE.
Individuals and groups are also invited to exhibit their product or service at LIFE Fest this year, and are encouraged to contact LIFE now to reserve a (free!) spot.
Perhaps even more exciting than free exhibit space, Nickelodeon Family Suites Orlando is offering LIFE Fest attendees a great deal on a 4-day/3-night lodging package. Be sure to mention LIFE Fest when making your reservation by CLICKING RIGHT HERE. To know more about having the “slime of your life” at the resort, read my review right here on Examiner.