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Conferences, Conventions, and Other Homeschooling Events

by Mary Ann Kelley

North Carolina and Regional Homeschool Conferences and Conventions

2015 Southeast Homeschool Convention Greenville

March 12, 2015 - March 14, 2015

Speakers such as Heidi St. John, Dr. Jay Wile, Cathy Duffy, and dozens of others are included in the fantastic line-up of speakers. Location: TD Convention Center in Greenville, SC

2015 31st Annual NCHE Conference & Bookfair Winston-Salem

May 21, 2015 - May 23, 2015

Location: M.C. Benton Convention Center, Winston-Salem, NC

Other North Carolina Homeschooling Events

Classical Conversations of Poplar Tent Information SessionsConcord, Cabarrus County

Ongoing

If you are looking for a community of homeschoolers who use the Classical Model for education, live by Christian principles, and enjoy learning, come visit the campus and/or come to one of these free information meetings. Meetings held monthly

Smith McDowell House Museum Living History DayAsheville

April 16, 2015 - April 17, 2015

This is an event for 4th and 5th grade school groups. Craft & history demonstrations, hands-on activities and tours of the 1840s Smith McDowell House Museum highlight the day.

Meherrin-Chowanoke Pow-WowAhoskie, Hertford County

April 24, 2015 - April 26, 2015

Come celebrate the Meherrin-Chowanoke Annual Powwow this April 24th to 26th 2015! This year's School Day program is on Friday, April 24, 2015 from 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM. The program will feature many cultural activities demonstrations and activities. Featured demonstrations include weaponry, weaving, wildlife, pottery, fishing and a traditional longhouse. Students will also have the opportunity to view and participate in various Native dances. These demonstrations and performances will reinforce the NC and VA school curriculum objectives in Social Studies programs including Geography & History, North Carolina History, United States History and American Indian studies. Food vendors are available during the School Day Program where attendees may purchase their lunch at reasonable prices. Lunches can be pre-ordered. Arts and crafts vendors will also be available to allow students to purchase traditional Native crafts. The school day fee will cover the cultural demonstrations and activities; dancing demonstrations plus each student will be provided a free pass to return to the Pow-Wow. The cost of School Day is $5.00 per attendee; including students, educators and chaperones. Please email or call in your projected attendance in advance of payment as this will further assist with proper planning. (252) 301-6081.

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