IMPORTANT CONVENTION NOTES
HEAV regrets that Amanda Bennett will not be speaking at the convention because of a family emergency. Her sessions have been replaced with the following workshops:
“But, But, But What About Grammar” ~ Andrew Pudewa (session 2)
“Raising an Independent Learner” ~ Debra Bell (session 3)
A second showing of IndoctriNation with a Q&A by the producer (session 7)
“Understanding the Heart of Your Wife” ~ Reb Bradley (session 8)
TWO WEEKS ONLY–CONVENTION SPECIAL
Amanda Bennett of UnitStudy.com will not attend the convention, but has made this special offer for convention attendees! For this week only, a special web page has been set up so you can purchase CD products at heavily discounted convention prices, with FREE shipping.
Don’t delay! This page will only be available through Friday, June 15.
Children’s Program Update
The Children’s Program is full on Friday, so there will be no onsite registration for Friday’s program. There are a limited number of spaces available on Saturday
Take the Convention Home
If you don’t get to every workshop on your list, don’t worry! Many workshops are being recorded and will be available at the convention for the special price of $69 for the entire set. (The price will go up to $99 after the convention.) The exhibitor workshops, the keynote, and Dr. Catherine Millard’s workshops will not be recorded.
Don’t Forget! Download and print the handouts for the workshops you want to attend. View them here. (Print copies will not be available onsite.)
Graduating? Remember to stop by the Herff-Jones booth in the Exhibit Hall for graduation paraphernalia.
Not too late to volunteer!
We still need volunteers to help out in the Used Curriculum Sale and at Registration. Volunteer today!
Calling Homeschool Moms!
Do you have a blog…or are you interested in starting one? There will be an informal bloggers meet-up at the convention Thursday at 3:30 p.m. in the concession area. Stop by and meet the HEAV bloggers, get information and inspiration!
Bring Your Box Top Labels to the Convention!
Although tiny, Box Top labels can support homeschooling in a BIG way! So…before you toss that next food box or can, check to see if it has a Box Top label. Then collect the labels, trim them neatly, rubber band them in sets of 50, put them in a zip-lock bag along with a completed form, and bring them with you to turn in at the convention! (If you can’t bag them, please bring them anyway–we’ll take all the Box Tops you can bring!)
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