Something New: A Homeschool Expo

Something new is coming this June: A Homeschool Expo! Hosted by REACH Support Group, it’s a community service to all homeschoolers. Local information and opportunities that you might not find at the “big” conventions!

Something new is coming this June: A Homeschool Expo! Hosted by REACH Support Group, it's a community service to all homeschoolers. Local information and opportunities that you might not find at the "big" conventions!Disclaimer Note: I have not been compensated for this post and all opinions are my own.

Come find Used Books

Everyone loves a good book sale. This Homeschool Expo invites homeschoolers with Used Books, Resources and Curriculum. Find the books you’re looking for–and talk to someone who has used it to see how it worked for them.

But, it’s also great to browse for things that aren’t on your list too! You may find something that is even better than what you had on your list. Supplemental materials or “Plan-B” back-up materials for additional resources. Unschoolers who don’t want curriculum still will love the variety of books and games that can be used for “strewing” to peak the learners’ curiosity.

Come find Local Services and Products

When we say local, we mean local to South Carolina. Accountability Associations, support groups, resource centers, sports programs, special needs testing and services, music classes, art programs, and lots more educational opportunities! Plus, home business opportunities and fundraisers.

Many programs offer homeschool discounts or are geared especially for homeschoolers. New homeschoolers will realize the many possibilities that homeschoolers have. Even veteran homeschoolers can find new opportunities to consider for next year! The event is in the Columbia area. But, they’re working on getting lots of vendors that would be interesting for homeschoolers beyond the Midlands too.




Come Support Local Artists

Also there will be an “artist alley” with handmade craft items. The purpose is to promote homeschool student entrepreneurs and help them promote their homemade products. This is a great chance to support fellow homeschoolers business ventures–as they learn practical life lessons.

Come for the Workshops

The best part of the Homeschool Expo is going to be the workshops, demonstrations and panel discussions. The line-up is coming together with hands-on and interactive workshops. The movie Class Dismissed is the highlight–worth the price of your FREE admission!

Did I mentions it’s FREE admission? Public welcome. Bring your friends, family and any hitchhikers you pick up along the way. Everyone who is homeschooling, considering homeschooling or knows a homeschoolers should see this movie: Class Dismissed. Plus, you get the rest of the Expo, too! So mark your calendars for June 17th.

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You need to see this movie…here’s why!

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About Kim Andrysczyk

Homeschool veteran, Association Director, coffee addict, sarcasm expert, and accidental blogger. I’m here to encourage you thru the tough times and inspire you toward excellence. If I can make it, so can you!

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