Nature detectives wanted

Registration is now underway for this year’s Nature Detectives Spring Break Camps at Mission Creek Regional Park.

Activities for children age five to seven run mornings March 22 to 24,  and again March 29 to 31.  

There’s also an afternoon session for five to seven year-olds March 22 to 24. 

Youth age eight to 11 will hone their nature detective skills during afternoon sessions March 29 to 31.  

All camp participants will enjoy a variety of fun indoor and outdoor activities that are designed to encourage and spark their interest in the natural environment.

Register in advance at the EECO. The cost is $60 per youngster for each of the camp sessions. 

For more information, see the website (regionaldistrict.com), call 250-469-6140, email eeco@cord.bc.ca or drop into the EECO facilityat Mission Creek Regional Park.

 

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