September , 2018

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To help South Side families facing the overwhelming process of choosing a school for their children, Neighborhood Parents Network (NPN) and Hyde Park Neighborhood Club are joining forces to present the annual South Side Preschool & Elementary School Fair Saturday, September 21, 10 a.m.–2 p.m. at the Hyde Park Neighborhood Club, 5480 S. Kenwood Ave., in Chicago. This event is free and open to the public. Free parking is available St Thomas the Apostle School (limited capacity), 5467 S. Woodlawn Ave. Street parking is also available. 

“NPN School Fairs are an invaluable and unmatched resource for Chicago families tackling school search,” said NPN Executive Director and parent Sarah Cobb. The fair provides families in and around Chicago’s South Side neighborhoods with access to public and private school options. Those in attendance have the opportunity to meet representatives from numerous schools, enrichment programs and family-friendly businesses from across the city, as well as the Chicago Public Schools Office of Early Childhood Education and other CPS departments. 
For more information on exhibiting at the event and for an up-to-date exhibitor listing, visit npnparents.org/expos/1159 or email schoolfairs@npnparents.org.
Neighborhood Parents Network
From pregnancy through preschool, NPN connects a diverse community of families with the resources they need to navigate parenting in the city. NPN makes it easy to find support, must-have information, and amazing city events. NPN has been connecting Chicago families for more than 30 years. More than 6,000 families come to NPN for school and childcare search, our active online Discussion Forum, new parent support, parent education, social events, support groups, and discounts.  Visit npnparents.org and join today.
Hyde Park Neighborhood Club
HPNC hosts the Baby Ph.D. Childcare Network, which provides personalized child care information and referral for parents of children up to three years old who live and work in Hyde Park. Baby Ph.D. also provides professional mentoring and support to new and existing in-home daycare providers and nannies. More information about Baby Ph.D. Childcare Network is available at babyphd.com. 
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