Photo: Kathleen Stormont
Join Stanley Park Ecology Society educators and camp leaders for an exciting, virtual day camp where we will learn about local ecology, make ecology crafts, and test your survival skills!
We would like to invite you and your children to be a part of an awesome pilot program and help shape future programs by providing valuable feedback! With the uncertainty of holding large gatherings in the immediate future due to continued public health concerns, we are exploring how we can run our popular Eco Camps virtually this summer! Please note, if restrictions lighten over the summer, we’re hopeful we can run Eco Camps in person.
We are hosting three short (30-60 minute) pilot sessions over the course of THIS weekend, sign up today! Space is limited to the first fifteen participants aged 7-11!
Saturday| April 25, 2020 | 10 AM-11 AM
Bird is the Word: Learn about your backyard birds, crafts you can do at home, and test your knowledge with a bird-themed quiz.
Sunday | April 26, 2020 |10 AM-11 AM:
Survivor Sunday: Meet back up to explore animal and human survival, plus, show off your bird artwork from Saturday!
(Optional) Sunday | April 26, 2020 | 4 PM-5 PM:
Sunday Show and Tell: Show off your shelters and artwork from earlier in the day.
Materials required to join this camp: rope for knot tying, paper, watercolor paints (preferable) or markers/crayons/colored pencils. An exhaustive material list for optional crafts will become available once you sign up.
We look forward to hosting you at one of our online or in-person education programs in the future! Keep an eye on our calendar and forthcoming emails for more information about these opportunities.