Joining us so far this year:
- Homeschool Ballroom Dance Team
- Home-based Learning Options in Florida
- Up Close and Personal with the Charlotte Mason Method
- College Planning
- Picturing America : Teaching History, Science and More through Art
- FIRST robotics for STEM education
- and much more!
General admission is just a $10 donation per family, $8 prepaid via Network for Good (click and pay at http://LIFEofFlorida.blogspot.com by August 21 - bring your receipt as your ticket). And, in the spirit of our Green LIFE Fest, carpool discounts of $10 a (safe and legal) carload will be available the day of the event. Lodging is available right on the premises for $65/night. Call the Eckerd College Conference Center and Lodge at (800) 456-9009 to reserve your room before August 1.
We'll have a variety of great vendors, lots of free materials, great workshops,door prizes and raffles, and a fun and educational children's area with art and animals, all adding up to a full and exciting day that will offer ample opportunities to meet other home and alternatives educators from around the state and to learn how to make the most of your home based learning adventure.
Vendor space is still available, and we’re happy to provide free exhibit space to youth groups and clubs, home school and educational support groups, community education groups like libraries, parks, nature centers, museums and associations providing free or very low cost learning opportunities. If you feel your group or service qualifies, and you’d like to join us to provide outreach and information to guests about your support and education programs, please write to us with the name of your group, the services you provide, and the costs of your program(s).
For more information on any LIFE Fest 2009 opportunities, please email email@example.com for full details. Also contact us if you're interested in hosting a presentation, program or workshop, or providing raffle or door prizes.
All proceeds from LIFE Fest 2009 fully support Learning is for Everyone’s community education programs, including FIRST robotics, Picturing America Endowment for the Humanities program, Tampa Bay Mentor Match, homeschool support and more.
Learning is for Everyone is a 501c(3) not-for-profit organization supporting family choice in learning and empowering families and students with information and networking resources, on the web and off. Visit www.Learningis4everyone.org to learn more.