Find a kids' camp at Conshohocken festival

Hands-on: MetroKids' Super Camp Fair in West Conshohocken will feature exhibitors from more than 60 specialty and day programs.
Hands-on: MetroKids' Super Camp Fair in West Conshohocken will feature exhibitors from more than 60 specialty and day programs.
Posted: January 25, 2013

MetroKids presents its fifth annual Super Camp Fair on Sunday at the Conshohocken Marriott, where families can select camp activities for their children.

From 1 to 4 p.m., the free fair will have exhibitors from more than 60 specialty and day programs, and parents can meet with camp directors and staff. The fair features programs from the Main Line and western suburbs, and also highlights overnight camps from around the country. Guests can watch live demonstrations and also have chances to win camp scholarships, raffles, and prizes. The Sixers cheerleaders will be on hand, and kids can also have fun at the make-your-own-trail-mix station.


MetroKids Super Camp Fair, 1 to 4 p.m. Sunday at the Conshohocken Marriott, 111 Crawford Ave., West Conshohocken. Admission is free. Information: www.metrokids.com/campfair.

Winter Fever Toy Show

Collect your favorite toys and action figures on Sunday at the Winter Fever Toy Show at the Enterprise Center at Burlington County College.

Toy collectors and parents can introduce their children to popular toys from yesteryear. Attendees can buy favorite toys from 1900 to the present, including G.I. Joe, tin toys, baby dolls, Transformers, science fiction and action figures, die-cast cars, and more. The extravaganza will have 200 tables of toys sold by East Coast dealers, who also will have exclusive and rare items, including comic books.


Winter Fever Toy Show, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday at the Enterprise Center at Burlington County College, 3331 Route 38, Mount Laurel. Admission: $6; free 11 and younger. Show is an indoor rain or shine event. Information: 856-302-3606 or www.toyshows.org.

'Sunjata Kamalenya' at Yardley Community Centre

Participate in an interactive production of a Malian story on Saturday during the play Sunjata Kamalenya at the Yardley Community Centre.

The audience will be part of the story, which recounts the hardships of a boy whose destiny is to become leader of the Mande people from West Africa. The production, created by the McCarter Theatre in Princeton and featuring costumes and traditional music, features a storyteller who will lead the audience on an imaginary journey to Mali during the 13th century.


 

"Sunjata Kamalenya," 3 p.m. Saturday at Yardley Community Centre, 64 S. Main St., Yardley. Tickets are $10. For information and to purchase tickets, go to www.bcpac.org.


Contact Monica Peters at mpeters@phillynews.com.

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