St. Anne's Helper is happy to promote the Sacred Heart Convention - H.E.A.R.T. Convention! featuring Catholic homeschool curriculum like Seton homeschool, Our Lady of Victory School (OLVS), and Mother of Divine Grace (MODG)!
St. John The Evangelist Catholic Church, Orange, NJ - Hosts this convention - H.E.A.R.T. Convention (H.E.A.R.T. - Homeschooler's Educational Alliance of Roman Catholics in the Tristate Area) which is designed to assist and edify both veteran and new Catholic Homeschoolers in the Tristate and New England area, as well as parents considering homeschooling. It will also be of interest for non-homeschoolers interested in the speakers, the quality Catholic literature and materials, and the music offerings.
Free Childcare For Pre-registrants!
To make visiting the convention easier for families, there will be FREE childcare for children under the age of 10 who pre-register.
We assure that all vendors at the this Convention are invited are required to offer only materials faithful to the teachings of the Church. Materials will be available for all teaching styles and methods, as well as standard programs such as Saxon Math and Math-U-See, art and literature, religious articles and information on Colleges and Universities.
For families wishing to make a weekend visit, the HEART Convention is located minutes from New York City, museums, performing arts centers, zoos, playgrounds, and sights such as the Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island, and the Empire State Building.
Hotel info: We have a special rate available at the Ramada Inn. Visit Accommodations for more information.
A fun and rewarding day! Parent Q&A panel, new activities, workshops & music. For questions, please search www.heartconvention.org (I've removed the link temporarily because the site has gone to a closed system).
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