Our 2020 event will feature products and services that are exciting, unique, and of interest to parents, teachers and the homeschool community. Watch this page for the latest additions to the exhibitor list for the upcoming event in March. As the time draws near, there will be a more complete listing.
If you would like to be an exhibitor, or learn more about other advertising options through HOME, please contact us HERE!
Exhibit Hall Hours
Thursday, March 19, 2020 - 12:30pm - 5:30pm
Friday, March 20, 2020 - 8:30am - 5:00pm
Saturday, March 21, 2020 - 8:30am - 3:00pm
For those who are not planning to attend the entire event, but would like to shop - The exhibit halls are open to the public for a limited amount of time each day. The cost of admission is $15/adult and $8/child (under age 2 is free). Find out more about registering for exhibit hall shopping.
Thursday - 2:30pm - 5:30pm
Friday - 1:00pm - 4:00pm
Saturday - Noon - 3:00pm
* Please contact Mary Collier at firstname.lastname@example.org or 207.475.6388 if you'd like to help sponsor our 30th Annual "Lead the Way HOME" 2020 Convention!
Heart of HOME Bookstore
HOME Game Area
Living Waters Ministry
Penobscot Job Corps
These exhibitors will be providing interactive booths. Opportunities for hands-on activities for children and families will be offered throughout the event during times when the exhibit halls are open.
Polliwog Pages encourages parents to make writing fun by including it throughout the day. Those who visit the Polliwog Pages booth at the convention will enjoy interactive storytelling games,
as well as a magnetic board for spelling words with tiles. Yvonne will be on hand to demonstrate products and services!
Stop by the Wilson Museum’s table for a look at and taste of colonial history. As an extension of their summer demonstrations, the Wilson Museum will demonstrate the chair caning process and show how butter was made during the colonial period. Sample butter on some homemade bread and, if you’re lucky, top it off with some of their homemade jelly. Take some colonial history home with you by purchasing a bread starter packet. We bet you’ll think history never tasted so good.