PASADENA, CA – Westridge School’s 22nd annual Summer Opportunities Fair (SOF) will be held from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Saturday, February 2, 2013.
This free event is offered as a community service for families in Pasadena, surrounding areas, and greater Los Angeles who are up against that age-old dilemma: “What are the kids going to do this summer?” Food and activities make it a fun event for kids of all ages.
Representatives from over 100 camps are on-hand to answer questions. Local, national, and international programs range from day camps to culturally immersive travel. Exhibitors at the fair represent a wide range of opportunities, including outdoor adventure, sports camps, fine and performing arts programs, and tutoring. The fair also features programs dedicated to children with special needs, as well as a community service element which highlights opportunities for teenagers as well as volunteer options for adults. A comprehensive event catalog, available at the fair and online following the fair, includes the extensive listing of summer, special needs, and community service opportunities.
The 2013 Summer Opportunities Fair is presented by Outlook Newspapers and is held on the Westridge School campus, located in Pasadena at 324 Madeline Drive, one block east of Orange Grove Blvd., south of California Blvd. For additional information about the fair, call (626) 799-1053, ext. 273 or visit www.westridge.org/sof.
Founded in 1913, Westridge School is an independent day school for college bound girls grades 4-12. Westridge strives to develop young women whose joy in learning, personal ideals, commitment to ethical action, social and environmental responsibility, courage and compassion will lead them to meaningful lives as contributing citizens of the larger world. For more information about the school, visit www.westridge.org.