Community Education, Bowling Green High School Youth Services Center and Natcher Elementary Family Resource Center sponsored the 12th annual Summer Activities Fair on the evening of Tuesday, April 26 on the concourse of the Bowling Green Ballpark, home of the Hot Rods. The purpose of the fair is to provide parents with children in grades k-12 a one-stop shop opportunity for information on the activities, camps, or other programs offered during the summer in our community. This was the first time the event was held at Bowling Green Ballpark, and participation was higher than ever. More than 400 visitors attended, topping last year’s total of 367, which was the previous high.
The fair included information on a wide variety of summer activity opportunities, including academics, art, aviation, cooking, dance, martial arts, music, police, reading, various sports, volunteer opportunities and much, much more.
With this year’s event being held at Bowling Green Ballpark for the first time, those visiting the fair had the opportunity to receive free admission to that night’s Bowling Green Hot Rods baseball game against the Clinton LumberKings.