31st Annual WHO Convention
June 17 & 18, 2016
Washington State Fair at Puyallup
110 9th Ave SW, Puyallup, WA 98371
Friday, June 17th – 9:00 – 6:00
Saturday, June 18th – 9:00 – 4:00
No pre-registration, just pay at the door – Prices can be found here!
Anyone is welcome to attend, educators, parents, homeschoolers. There is something for everyone!
Featuring some of the best known speakers in the homeschooling community
Hundreds of exhibitors. Many offering convention discounts!
Picnic with friends, have your photo taken with the WHO Apple, LOTS of hands-on activities for the whole family! Check out the activities here
An all-ages, all family event! There’s something there for everyone!
Hear what others are saying
“This of all the conferences I do, is my favorite. The energy and love for adventure from the attendees is wonderful!” – Dale Bartlett, Have Kids Will Travel
“My children really enjoyed the activities you had for them. Thank you”
“Always the best place to shop. Enjoyed the speakers”
“I’ve been attending since the beginning of my homeschooling days, 16 years ago. Though I generally attend fewer specific workshops these days, I still treasure the time as a leadership retreat, if you will, and for keeping up to date on education trends and available materials”
“I always love this event – it’s our one-stop annual shopping and inspiration convention! My kids love it so much they refuse to miss it for anything! It’s as exciting for them as Easter Morning!”
“I am new to homeschooling and love self governance and freedom. The convention is a wonderful place to experience the creativity of others with common values”
“I am done homeschooling, though now tutoring and I love this event. I keep learning so much”
“Thank you for the nursing room. That was a nice touch”
“The location is central, it’s great to not pay for parking, it’s great to see curriculum hands-on and collect art supplies. There’s a nice variety of things for kids to do”
“I look forward to this conference every year”
“I like how you are making this family friendly…it is often difficult to go to conventions because of having to bring the kids…you are making this easier”
“My family and I LOVE going to the WHO Convention every year and feel it is well worth the drive”