Spring break fun at Scout Island

Scout Island Nature Centre has 10 spots available each day for its spring break program Be Wild — Nature Exploring and Art in Nature.

Scout Island Nature Centre has 10 spots available each day for its spring break program Be Wild — Nature Exploring and Art in Nature for children ages six to 13.

The program runs from March 14 to 17, from 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. each day.

Mary Forbes will lead children in outdoor fun exploring, playing games and having adventures every day.

Each day will feature a different set of activities.

Themes include  spring birds; animal tracks; signs of spring; carnivores; herbivores; and omnivores using skulls with special attention to wolves; you feed the Nature House animals; and finding art in nature.

The cost is $30 per day or $100 for all four days. To register call 250-398-8532 or e-mail shemphill@xplornet.com.

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