Summer Opportunities Fair

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THANK YOU FOR ATTENDING THE 40TH ANNUAL ST. LOUIS SUMMER OPPORTUNITIES FAIR!

The Summer Opportunities Fair is a community service to families in the greater St. Louis metropolitan area. This volunteer-driven event affords parents and children of all ages an opportunity to explore a variety of summer activities available locally, nationally and internationally. The annual fair is sponsored by John Burroughs School, Mary Institute and Saint Louis Country Day School, and Whitfield School. Best of all, it is open to the public and admission is FREE!


The 2017 Summer Opportunities Fair will be held on Saturday, January 28, 2017 from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm at MICDS.


Parents and Students: Don't forget to visit the VIRTUAL FAIR by clicking here. Here you will find a listing of many of the camps and programs that attended this years's fair.


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Summer Opportunities Fair

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THANK YOU 2016 EXHIBITORS!

A big THANK YOU to the camps and summer programs who joined us for the 2016 Summer Opportunities Fair.  Your participation in this St. Louis tradition is greatly appreciated.

The 2017 Summer Opportunities Fair will be held on Saturday, January 28, 2017 at MICDS. Event registration will open in mid-October, so mark your calendars now! And watch your email for announcements and reminders beginning early this fall.

We look forward to seeing you next year at MICDS.

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Directions How do I get there?

John Burroughs School
755 South Price Road
St. Louis, MO 63124
www.jburroughs.org

From Highway 40/64

Exit Mc Knight Road and drive north. Turn left at Lay Road then turn left on Clayton Road. Continue on Clayton Road past Price Road then turn right into John Burroughs School Clayton Road entrance. 


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