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I have attended a variety of homeschool conventions during our five years of homeschooling. Some have been large and some small. Some Catholic and some not specifically Catholic. My favorite of all of the homeschooling conventions that I have been to is the Great Homeschool Convention, which I have attended twice. Both times that I went, I attended the convention in Cincinnati, since that’s where we’re the closest to of the three locations. However, later in this post you’ll have a chance to win a registration to the Great Homeschool Convention location of your choice.
Not only does this mega sized homeschool convention offer a giant vendor hall (which is one of my favorite things about the event), but there are a dizzying array of choices of talks to go to which hit on just about any homeschooling circumstance that you might find yourself in. I’m especially interested in attending this year as we finish off our oldest son’s last year of middle school and are currently nervously thinking about what high school will be like and how our homeschooling will have to change because of it.
I’m excited that I can offer one reader the chance that they can attend this convention too!
In this giveaway package, one reader will receive (to their choice of the three locations):
- 1 Family Registration
- 2 passes to the Family Comedy Night
- 1 pass to the REAL FAITH for the REAL WORLD Teen Track
Just leave a comment on this post any time between now and Sunday, October 27, 2013 at 10:00 pm EST telling either which convention location you would pick if you won OR one thing you would like to get out of going to the convention.
Winner will be notified by email and will have 72 hours to respond. If they have not responded in that time frame, another winner will be chosen.
Disclosure: This post contains affiliate links. This is about an event by an advertiser on this site, but I really have loved attending the convention when I’ve gone.