GHS PTA to Host Summerfare 2017

From Zaniac, Laura Finn (Greenwich campus manager) and George Ridgway (GHS senior/Zaniac instructor) at Summerfare 2016 at GHS. Jan 27, 2016 Credit: Leslie Yager

The GHS PTA will host its annual SummerFare Camp Expo on Wednesday, January 25, 2017 (snow date is January 26th) from 6:00 to 8:00 pm in the GHS Student Center. This event is open to the public and is free of charge.(The snow date is Jan 26, 2018)

SummerFare is an evening for exhibitors to present materials and talk with public and private elementary, middle and high school students and their parents about summer programs, internships and camp opportunities.

With nearly 150 summer camps, programs and internships showcased,there will be representatives to help you find the right program for your student from day and sleep away camps to ventures abroad.

Quentin Thibault, Ryan Lammers, Warren Arndt, Victoria Roja and Alex Lee. At right, Michael Wieneke, Director of Rowing and Aquatics for the Greenwich Water Club. Jan. 27, 2016. Credit: Leslie Yager

You will also find an array of academic programs, sports, visual & performing arts, outdoor adventure, community service programs, computer and special education programs.

SummerFare is designed to give families a look ahead to summer and beat the rush on camp sign-ups. This annual winter event, which is usually held in late January, is sponsored by the GHS PTA. The 2017 event marks the 28th year of SummerFare.

For more information, please click HERE or contact the SummerFare Chairs Lu Ann Schiff, Mary Childs and Linda Cochran at Summerfare@ghspta.org.

See also:

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Summerfare 2016 Packs the Student Center at Greenwich High School

Angela Macius and Headmaster Dr. Chris Winters at Summerfare 2016, Jan. 27, 2016 Credit: Leslie Yager


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