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H.E.R.I. begins tomorrow - just $25 at the door

Convention topics captivate audiences
Convention topics captivate audiences

Missed that other convention in Orlando? Or maybe you just prefer a slightly smaller venue that is less overwhelming for the children and gives you easier access to product vendors and speakers?

That's the great thing about H.E.R.I. -- beginning Friday, July 15 and lasting through Saturday, July 16, at the Prime Osborne Center in downtown Jacksonville. It's a terrific alternative for Floridians for its great variety of shopping and information, but comes in a slightly more compact format.

Check out this announcement just in from H.E.R.I. to read more about this year's exciting event:

Attention All Homeschoolers! Jacksonville, Florida’s Home Education Resources & Information (HERI) presents our 26th Annual Home School Curriculum Convention! It will be held at the Prime Osborn III Convention Center, 1000 Water Street, in downtown Jacksonville on Friday, July 15 from 9a.m. to 6p.m. and Saturday, July 16 from 9a.m. to 5p.m.

Our featured speakers are Todd Wilson, founder of Familyman Ministries, Debbie Strayer, former editor and co-founder of Homeschooling Today™ magazine, is also the author of Gaining Confidence to Teach and one of the coauthors of Learning Language Arts through Literature, Sherri Seligson, a marine biologist, is a 14-year homeschool veteran to her four children, and our homeschool lobbyist, Brenda Dickinson, with Home Education Foundation (HEF).

You won’t want to miss these two action-packed days with hourly seminars to assist newcomers and veterans in their homeschooling adventure and numerous vendors as they display curriculum samples, as well as, educational supplemental material.

Visit H.E.R.I. (Home Education Resources & Information) on the web to read more about the conference. And, learn how this organization can play a valuable part in your Florida homeschooling efforts, too.

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Read about tomorrow's conference HERE


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