The St. Lawrence River Institute of Environmental Sciences combats March Break boredom by hosting a week full of nature, fun and learning both in and out of doors.
Held out of the Cooper Marsh Conservation Area and Visitor’s Centre near South Lancaster from March 11th to the 15th, this day camp provides children age six to eleven with wonderful opportunities to experience science and nature hands-on and up close.
Day campers have the option of participating in individual day sessions or for signing up for an entire week of non-stop fun.
Lisa Migneault, Education and Outreach Programmer at the River Institute says, “It is all about combining fun, science and the experience of discovering new things in the great outdoors. Each day is a brand new adventure with themed activities planned throughout the week”. ·
March 11th: Eco-Arts Day A focus on the environment with a creative twist – nature related art, photography, music and so much more ·
March 12th : Critters and Rivers Day campers become nature detectives by tracking animal activity in winter ·
March 13th : Mad Scientist Become a scientist for the day with experiments, games and so much more ·
March 14th : Man vs. Wild Games and outdoor activities focus on wilderness navigation, safety and survival ·
March 15th : Earth Savers Protecting the planet can be fun – games, crafts from recycled materials and activities focusing on the environment
For more information and registration details visit the River Institute website at www.riverinstitute.ca, or call 613-936-6620.