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At the Everything Kids Expo, everything you need, from toddler to tween, will be under one gigantic roof.

Treat your kids and their friends to a day of fun with lots of “free” at the Everything Kids Expo on Sunday, March 6 in Park Slope.

At the Everything Kids Expo, everything you need, from toddler to tween, will be under one gigantic roof.

With a spotlight on camps, meet face-to-face with camp directors and counselors while getting down and dirty with live demonstrations, experiments, and much more.

Speak and meet with representatives and experts from businesses while your youngsters dive into hands-on classes and arts and crafts projects, or join in on sports demonstrations.

With tons of great prizes given away every hour, there’s something for the whole family.

The possibilities are endless at the Everything Kids Expo, to be held from 12 to 4 p.m. at St. Saviour Catholic Academy (701 Eighth Avenue, Brooklyn, New York 11215).

For more information about attending the event, becoming a sponsor or exhibiting, please call 718-238 6600 ext. 109. For quick and easy registration, visit www.homereporter.com/kids-expo.

Admission is free. Goody bags while supplies last.

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