Registration is OPEN for Spring Break Camp
“Stories of the Wetlands”
This Spring Break we are excited to offer an immersive week of adventure in the wetlands of Central Park, a place brimming with stories of humans and critters alike thriving and adapting to an ever changing landscape. We will welcome a series of local storytellers who will bring a sense of wonder and depth to our adventures in the wetlands. This program will be primarily an outdoor program with a plethora of fun artistic projects including book binding, painting, and other handicrafts as well as a range of science activities focused on the plants and critters who call the wetlands their home. This program will offer a range of optional activities with plenty of room for free play and interest-based enquiry.
- When: Monday-Friday March 28th-April 1st, 9:00am-3:00pm
- Age range: K-7 (homeschoolers welcome!)
- Fee: $60/week (please contact us regarding bursaries)
- Registration: To register, send an email to email@example.com by March 7th with the following information:
- name of your kid(s)
- age of your kid(s)
- any accessibility information that would be helpful for us to know (eg. physical mobility, sensory needs, allergies).
**As spots are limited, we invite you to register as soon as possible. We cannot guarantee space for all who register, but register by March 7thth for the best availability. We will confirm your spot by March 10th, payment for the week is required to secure your spot. **
We will be primarily outdoors for the entirety of this program, but when we are indoors all kids will be required to wear a mask. We will take special precautions at snack and lunch times, including increased spacing and hand sanitizing before and after eating. All kids will complete a Health Check questionnaire when arriving at Camp for the day. We ask that you do not send your kid to camp if they are feeling unwell.
Should you have any questions, please contact us by email firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone 250-335-2058.
This camp is a collaboration with the Denman Island Conservancy Association and is made possible with funding from School District 71 and a grant from TD Friends of the Environment.
We are looking forward to a great fun-filled Spring Break Camp!