Asheville Outlets host summer camp expo with Give to the Music – Saturday, April 9

Press release from the Asheville Outlets:

Asheville Outlets will host a Kid’s Day and Summer Camp Expo with Give to the Music on Saturday, April 9, 2022, from 1:00 p.m. until 4:00 p.m. The expo will give parents and campers the opportunity to meet representatives from a variety of area camps, including traditional overnight, sports, arts, day, academic and more. The event is free and open to the public and provides lots of fun activities for kids. Booths will be located throughout the center.

Camps and organizations interested in a booth at the Expo should contact Dena Clark at (828) 252-1888 or Booth registration is now open, and space is limited. 100 percent of booth fees will benefit Give to the Music, a local non-profit funding music lessons for kids in need. Visit ShopAshevilleOutlets.comfor booth registration. To donate to Give to the Music, visit

“Give to the Music is excited to be hosting the Kid’s Day & Summer Camp Expo again this year with Asheville Outlets,” says Dena Clark, Director of Give to the Music. “We always look forward to this event and appreciate the support of our scholarship program,” she adds.


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