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After School Activities Fair in Southwest Philadelphia

Bring the whole family on Saturday, Sept. 22.

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After School Activities Partnership
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Billy Penn and ASAP are hosting a FREE after school activities fair featuring programs for kids of all ages to help make this school year a success!

Health and wellness resources will also be available, so bring your whole family.

Expect to register your kids in programs about:

  • Sports
  • Art
  • Dance
  • Science
  • Reading
  • More

Why are we hosting this fair? Billy Penn is one of 21 news organizations producing Broke in Philly: A collaborative reporting project on economic justice. Our work led us to discover ASAP and the resources they collect. ASAP/After School Activities Partnerships’ mission is to develop high quality after school activities and resources to empower youth and strengthen communities in Philadelphia.

Together we hope this allows more families to take advantage of all the great after school programs available in the city.

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