It's not too soon to plan summer activities for students in Hart District.
There’s no excuse for local children to voice the familiar complaint of “I’m bored!” this summer. Not with the many summer activities that will be showcased at a Summer Activities Fair planned for Saturday, Feb. 9, at La Mesa Junior High School in Canyon Country.
“The fair provides an excellent opportunity to present summer programs to the ever-growing community of Santa Clarita,” points out Counselor Kathy Gorlick, who is organizing the day-long event. She notes that the city now has a population of over 165,000 which includes students from elementary school up through junior college.
The fair will showcase day camps, resident camps, sports camps, outdoor adventure programs, international programs and cultural enrichment opportunities. The organizers also are hoping to attract exhibitors who offer programs for children with special needs and community service.
In addition to on-site booths, vendors will be listed in the fair catalog, which fair visitors can take along for future reference. Vendors who are unable to attend the fair but are interested in presenting their information will offer materials in the fair’s Resource Center.
The fair will run from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. and will offer food and activities as well as exhibitor booths, which are expected to fill the campus gymnasium and multipurpose room. Admission is free, but vendor registration fees are expected to help support upcoming activities at the local junior high.
Further information is available by contacting Gorlick at firstname.lastname@example.org or leaving a message at (661) 250-0022, extension 122.