Co-op announces plans for Homeschool Expo

11:27 am | July 28, 2013

The TEACH Johnson City Co-op will hold a Homeschool Expo on Tuesday, July 30, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at North Johnson City Baptist Church. The event’s organizers have invited businesses, umbrella schools, organizations, other co-ops, colleges and instructors to attend.

Confirmed exhibitors include AGAPE, American Heritage Girls, Amy Schaffner with Biology Labs, Appalachian Learning Academy, Barnes & Noble, Bays Mountain Park, Blair Academy of the Arts, Books-a-Million,
Bricks 4 Kids, Charlotte Mason Co-op, Chick-fil-A, Children’s Legacy Library of Rogersville, Classical Conversations, Community Bible Study, Elizabethton Christian Homeschool Organization, East Tennessee State University, Evers Karate, Family Christian Academy, Cheryl Fitzgerald of Cello Instruction, Girls on the Run Hands-on! Regional Museum, Hillbilly Book Barn, Home Education Learning Program, Home School Legal Defense Association, Johnson City Parks and Recreation, Johnson City Public Library, King University, Kingsport Christian Academy, Kindermusik, Larry Stamm Ministries, Living Books Library of Abingdon, Va., MOMAC Studio, Natural History Museum, Northeast Tennessee Home Education Association, New Hope Academy, North Johnson City Baptist Church, Office Depot, Office Max, Old Schoolhouse Magazine, Olson’s Karate, Silverbacks Football and Cheer, Tri-Cities Education Association for Christian Homeschoolers, TEACH Greeneville Co-op, TEACH Johnson City Co-op, TEACH Guardians Sports, The Edge Gymnastics, Titan Team Sports, Tri-Cities Christian Football, Tri-Cities Homeschool Band, Tri-Cities Homeschool Digest and Trinity Arts Center.

If you are currently homeschooling or would just like to know more about homeschooling, please attend and learn more about the opportunities that abound in the area.

For more information, call Laurie Carpenter at 797-1848.

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