Kids | Family
It’s the middle of winter, time when parents start planning activities for summer vacation. To make decisions easier, on Friday, February 15 from 2 to 8 p.m., First Colony Mall hosts Houston Family magazine’s 17th annual Camp Fair, where families can gather valuable information about camp and vacation activities from more than 40 different organizations. Representatives from a variety of different organizations will be available for face-to-face consultations, allowing parents to discover the experience that’s best suited for the children and the family.
Organizations include 300 Bowling, A.D. Players, Alliance Fencing Academy, American Robotics Academy, Asia Society Texas Center, Biron Gymnastics, Bot Shop LLC, Building Grains, Camp Allen, Camp Cho-Yeh, Camp Eagle, Camp Invention, Camp Katy, Camp Olympia Inc., Camps Rio Vista and Sierra Vista, Carolina Creek Christian Camp, Challenger Sports, Computer Explorers, Discover Gymnastics, Elite Music & Fine Arts, Erinn’s Heart Early Learning Academy, Faith West Academy, Fun Fair Positive Soccer, The Grand 1894 Opera Houston, Hannah Bacol Busch Gallery, The Health Museum, High Voltage Rock Camp, Houston Humane Society, Houston Indoor Sports, Houston Museum of Natural Science, Houston SPCA, Idea Lab Kids, Independent Lake Camp, KidCam Camps, Kidstuff, Kidventure, Kinder Care Learning Centers, Kingdom Kids Learning Center, The Little Gym, Mad Science, Main Event Entertainment, Newk’s Adventure Camp, Orme Ranch & School, Pinkies Up, Pinecove Christian Camps, Powerhouse Theater at Vassar College, Raising the Bar, Sea Camp: Texas A&M University at Galveston, SeaWorld San Antonio, The Shining Stars Academy, T Bar M Camp, Tech It Out – Robotics, Techno Chaos, The Tutoring Center, TUTS, The Village School, Wake Nation Houston, Western Academy, Windsor Mountain, Wonder Space, YMCA Greater Houston, Yorkshire Academy, Young Leaders Campus, Young Picasso Houston and more.
“February is not a minute too soon to look ahead to summer. And what better way to find the right activity for a child than to be able to see most all the options in one place, here at First Colony Mall,” says Diana Elkins, marketing manager for the shopping center. “Houston Family magazine is bringing together the resources, offering adults and children an excellent way to hear first hand about a variety of different camps. This is not-to-be-missed for parents in Fort Bend county.”
The Camp Fair will be held at First Colony Mall on Friday, February 15 from 2 to 8 p.m. near jcpenney. There will be prize drawings throughout the afternoon and guests will receive goodie bags and information to take home. Reservations are not needed and there is no charge to attend. Children and adults are welcome.
Individuals should visit www.HoustonFamilyMagazine.com for a complete list of all camps participating in this family-friendly event. On the website, parents can determine which camps will be attending Camp Fair at First Colony Mall on Friday, February 15 and at The Woodlands Mall on Sunday, February 17. Comprehensive camp listings are also available on the website.
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