Spring Break fun for kids at Scout Island

“The March-like winds blow one day, chased by a January-ish chill the next, but we can’t be fooled — it’s still light at 6:30 p.m. and Scout Island’s Spring Break nature program for children aged 6-13 is just around the corner,” says nature centre coordinator Jenny Noble in enticing families to consider their program for children this break.

“The March-like winds blow one day,  chased by  a January-ish chill  the next, but we can’t be fooled — it’s still light at 6:30 p.m. and Scout Island’s Spring Break nature program for children aged 6-13 is just around the corner,” says nature centre coordinator Jenny Noble in enticing families to consider their program for children this break.  “We will be outdoors as much as possible actively exploring and playing,” Noble says.March 15 the topic is Owls Hoot and Song Birds Sing.March 16 the topic is Be a Detective — Skeletons and Tracks.March 17 the topic is Spring is Coming — Really!Classes are from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. each day.The cost is $15 per day or $40 for all three days.To register call 250-398-8532Check out the new web site at www.williamslakefieldnaturalists.ca.

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