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Jan 27, 2014
11:18 AM
MK Memo

MK Super Camp Fair Wrap-up

MK Super Camp Fair Wrap-up

Super Camp Fair
Prize Winners

Sixers Basketball Camp Scholarship: Janie M. & Saimere T.

Steel Pier Summer Ticket Pack: Vanessa F.

Family 4-Pack to Alexander, Who’s Not Not Not Not Not Not Going to Move: Brianna V.

Family 4-Pack to Fancy Nancy The Musical: Nicole J.

Family 4-Pack to One Day in Pompeii at the Franklin Institute: Amy S., Michelle S. & David C.

Family 4-Pack to 2x2: Dazzling Dutch Duets by Arch 8: Allison W.

Family 4-Pack to Sahara Sam’s Oasis: The Dinitz Family

Wow! The MK office is positively buzzing this morning from the thrill of our 2014 Super Camp Fair — the area's biggest and best pre-camp event — held yesterday at the Conshohocken Marriott. With more than 65 camps and 300-plus families in attendance, the hotel halls were literally humming with happy campers who tried their hand at fantastic activities, got tons of info to make an informed summer camp choice and left with prizes and goodies galore!

Check out the photos and photo gallery below for a glimpse at the great day had by all at MK's 2014 Super Camp Fair and take a look to the right to see if you were one of our big Super Camp Fair prize winners!

 

Project Runway All-Star April Johnston, now a star instructor at The Handwork Studio, sewed adorable stick mustaches with young fashionistas.

Longwood Gardens set up a portable seed station.

Sixers Camps put a spin on the day and cheered everyone on.

Riverbend Environmental Education Center brought Bubbles, the box turtle.

The Aussie Open had nothing on the Tiny Tennis Center today.

Science Explorers got silly with a polymer-based Silly Putty project.

Fresh s'mores were on the menu at Sesame/Rockwood Camps.

Academy Explorers Camp let kids get close to extinct wild things.

iPad play was popular at Digital Media Academy.

Busy Bees Pottery & Art Studio set up a ceramic painting station.

Camp Onas oversaw the ever-popular beanbag toss.

Shakespeare @ transported the Globe Theatre from Stratford-on-Avon to Philly.

Tempo Music marched to many of its own drummers.

Mr. David C. Perry supplied his signature caricatures.

And Philly Soft Pretzel Factory kept everyone fed and happy.

What was your favorite part of Super Camp Fair?

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