Happy Special Camp Fair Day!

One of my favorite resource events ever, and especially pertinent as we consider trying a summer camp for James this year.
You’re invited to RCSN’s FREE Special Camp Fair TODAY!

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Winter is the time to think about summer camp. Camps open registration in the next few weeks, and space and financial assistance is limited.

You can meet experts from over 70 summer programs serving children and teens with special needs at the Special Camp Fair TODAY, from 11 AM to 3 PM, at Church of St. Paul the Apostle, Manhattan (see map below). Camp Fair is a “come as long as you want to” event. Come whenever you can and stay as long as you need to. 

The Fair will feature both day camps (New York City) and sleepaway camps (Tri-State area). Spanish and sign language interpreters will be available. Visitors to the Fair will receive a free, digital, searchable copy of RCSN’s Special Camps 2013 Directory.

Register to win a free Kindle at the Fair! 


You can sign up for the kindle raffle at the RCSN table just to the left of the fair entrance.

RCSN is also thrilled to welcome Plai Theatre to this year’s Camp Fair!

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Plai Theatre is a unique drama group that works with children with disabilities. At Camp Fair they will provide fun interactive activities for children and their parents. More about Plai Theatre here.

(This group does not provide childcare: children must remain with their parents at all times during Camp Fair). 

—The weather looks good, but please note that the Special Camp Fair will take place “snow or shine!” —

The RCSN Special Camp Fair–Tomorrow, Jan. 26th

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