Maryland and Regional Homeschool Conferences and Conventions
April 24, 2015 - April 25, 2015
Location: Frederick County Fairgrounds, Frederick, MD
Other Maryland Homeschooling Events
What Happens NextBaltimore
February 14, 2015 - April 24, 2015
WLOY Loyola Radio's award-winning, FREE program, What Happens Next is an exciting way to promote literacy skills, self-confidence, and public speaking proficiency in children. This program encourages young students, ranging in age from 6-12, to write for pleasure, expanding their imagination and communication skills in the process. Children are read the beginning of an original, suspenseful story. It is then up to each child to create his or her own unique conclusion to the story. After each child writes their ending to the story, with help from our team provided if needed, they are encouraged to practice reading their story aloud. The story is then recorded in our production studio, where its young author is encouraged to read with enthusiasm. These stories are compiled into the show, What Happens Next, which is broadcast on WLOY 1620 AM and streamed online at www.wloy.org every weekend. This is a great option for an extra activity for home-schooled children to partake in and document for home-schooling purposes.
Girl Scout SamplerFrederick County
February 18, 2015 - March 11, 2015
Come try out Girl Scouts! Join for a 4-week sampler of fun, traditional Girl Scout activities such as crafts, games and songs! An excellent opportunity to try something new and meet new people! Parents are encouraged to stay and participate. The group will meet at the Urbana Library in the Natelli Community room on the following Wednesdays: 02/18, 02/25, 03/04 and 03/11 from 6:30-7:30 pm. For more information or to request a registration form please contact Gina Ekanger at email@example.com or at 301-978-3874.
Longship Company Ltd.St. Mary's County
March 14, 2015
The Longship Company, Ltd. will be hosting a "School for Vikings" on Saturday, March 14th, 2015 from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm at All Saints Parish Hall, 21656 Oakley Rd., Avenue, MD, 20609. The primary purpose for the School for Vikings is to educate the public about the Viking Age. This is a family educational event aimed at parents and school-age children; although visitors of all ages and levels of experience are invited to come learn and teach. The hall fee is $3 each or $5 per family.Proposed events will include knot tying, maille making, Viking weapons and shield wall demonstrations, Norse foods, blacksmithing demonstrations, and fabric arts such as thread spinning and weaving. There will be discussions about Viking history and a Viking film festival. A static display of the Gyrfalcon, a Viking four-oared boat, will also be featured.The Longship Company, Ltd. is a non-profit educational organization devoted to increasing understanding and knowledge of the life, culture, technology, commerce, and exploration of the early northern European seafarers and those with whom they came into contact. More information about the Longship Company can be found at http://www.longshipco.org
Camp Willow - Enchanted ForestFrederick County
April 1, 2015 - April 3, 2015
Three days of exciting, fantastical adventure in and out of the woods! Girls will have the opportunity to use their imaginations to create their own fairy tales while also participating in nature based games, drama, crafts and exploration! Camp Willow is a Girl Scout community based camp designed as an introductory program for girls who are not currently Girl Scouts. Girls who are currently registered in Girl Scouts may attend if they bring a non-girl scout friend.
April 8, 2015
Life was hard for the colonists. Learn what they had to do to survive and adapt to their new world. A special day of fun and learning just for homeschool families. Time: 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM. $5 per child, one accompanying adult free
Navy League Naval STEM ExpositionNational Harbor
April 12, 2015
Naval STEM Exposition on April 12, 2015 from 10 AM - 2 PM at the Gaylord Convention Center in National Harbor, Maryland. This event is free for middle and high school students around the area. Students will be able to connect and engage with our nation's foremost military and civilian organizations by participating in interactive exhibits and career-exploration opportunities that have a theme directly tied to the sea services. Register now at http://navyleague.org/stem
National Train Day - Washington DCWashington
May 9, 2015
October 14, 2015
Having goods come all the way from England meant everything would be very costly. Learn how the colonists and native Yaocomaco people used what they had to survive. Discover how the three "R"s played out in colonial times. Time: 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM. $5 per child, one accompanying adult free
US Science and Engineering FestivalWashington
April 16, 2016 - April 17, 2016
The 4th USA Science & Engineering Festival, the largest and only NATIONAL science festival, features nationwide contests and school programs, including our popular 'Nifty Fifty' science speaker program and X-STEM Symposium. The Festival will culminate in a Grand Finale Expo on April 16-17, 2016, with Sneak Peek Friday kicking off the weekend on April 15. More than 350K+ attendees will celebrate science at the Expo, and engage in activities with some of the biggest names in STEM, hear stories of inspiration and courage, and rock out to science during our incredible stage show performances. Get involved by exhibiting, sponsoring, volunteering or attending!
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