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Conferences, Conventions, and Other Homeschooling Events

by Mary Ann Kelley

New York Homeschooling Conferences & Events

New York and Regional Homeschool Conferences and Conventions

2016 LEAH Upstate Homeschool Family Jubilee Rochester

June 3, 2016 - June 4, 2016

Join LEAH Upstate Homeschool Families on June 3rd and 4th at Roberts Wesleyan College in Rochester for a time of Celebration, Renewal and Preparation.

Other New York Homeschooling Events

Music @ NoonTroy

Ongoing

The Troy Savings Bank Music Hall Charitable Foundation presents an annual series of Music at Noon concerts: Since 1988, on the second Tuesday of each month from October to May, the free Music at Noon concert series has presented exceptional musicians with a diverse mix of musical styles. Come listen, and bring your lunch!

The Long Island Museum Homeschool DayStony Brook

May 12, 2016

Discover what life was like for Long Island families in centuries past. On Thursday, May 12, 2016 from 10 am to 4pm. Events include: A visit to the Epenetus Simth Tavern, Stenciled tavern sign and silhouette crafts, Candle making. and Quill & ink writing. From 1pm to 4pm events discover the Long Island Museum and learn about 19th century stagecoaches, Experience a one-room schoolhouse, and visit Samuel West's blacksmith shop. Call (631) 751-0066 x212 or (631) 265-6768 for pre-registration and program details.$5 per child for one site or $8 for both sites. $20 max per family for one site or $35 max per family for both sites. Free for parents.

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