AASV Children's Business Fair
Come support the young entrepreneurs at the AASV Children's Business Fair!
Join us at our bi-annual Children's Business Fair presented by Acton Academy Silicon Valley on May 20, 2023 from 11:30 am - 2:00 pm at the Redwood City Courthouse Square! The AASV Children's Business Fair is a bi-annual farmer's market style fair for young entrepreneurs to showcase their business and talents. It is truly an event for the children, by the children.
Over 75 kidpreneurs develop a brand, create a product or service, build a marketing strategy, and engage with customers at our one-day business fair marketplace. They will be selling art, handmade cards, slime, playdoh, jewelry, crafts, bath bombs, candles and so much more!
This event is sponsored by the Acton Academy Silicon Valley School in Redwood City. Acton SV delivers a 21st-century K-8 education in a self-directed environment where learners become independent, global citizens prepared for the real world. Acton SV delivers experiential learning emphasizing teamwork, entrepreneurship, social-emotional awareness and a growth-mindset.
Interested to learn more about the Acton Academy Silicon Valley School, we invite you to join one of our upcoming Open Houses! Register at ActonSV.com
- Occurs Saturday, May 20th, 2023 @ 11:30 am – 2:00 pm
Redwood City Courthouse Square2200 Broadway
Redwood City, CA 94063
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