Come join us this Wednesday December 2nd, from 11am – 2 pm for the PALS Share Fair! (Set up will take place from 10:30-11am)
This event is open to our entire homeschooling community and will be held at The Pittsburgh Project, where PALS Enrichment classes regularly take place.

Many homeschool students and classes are excited to share what they have learned and accomplished this term.  At Share Fair we will have projects on display for everyone to see.  Please contact Michelle Spohn at (if you have not already done so) to reserve a table!  A few students and classes also will perform for us after the potluck lunch for a fun program, including our PALS Chorus!

This year, in the spirit of our PALS “Helping Hands” class, we will host a Used Clothing Swap. Bring items for which your kiddos or anyone in your household have outgrown or grown tired, if you have them.  Anyone attending Share Fair, can take what you like and whatever is left behind will be donated to a local charity!  If possible, bag and mark similar sizes together so that we can organize the table for easier “swapping”.

Share and Swap your used homeschool books and curriculum!  We will also have a table dedicated to used books and curriculum.  Clean out those shelves and closets before the holidays and swap with your homeschool friends.  Any items remaining at the end of Share Fair will be donated to a local charity by our Helping Hands Class!

PLEASE REMEMBER:  There are some very important jobs on the day of the event that will really help things run smoothly and keep the event fun for all!  Check out our Survey Genius for Share Fair to pick your job!

Share Fair Schedule:
10:30-11am Set up and prep
11-11:45 Viewing student projects, clothing swap and book/curriculum swap
12noon – 12:30 Potluck Lunch
12:30 – 2 pm Student program/performances
** The PALS “American Girl” class will do a performance in their classroom,  which will take place AFTER the group program finishes in the cafeteria.

We hope to see you there!

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