Activities will include snowshoeing, sledding, games, arts and crafts, and magic tricks. Participants will learn about the environment, recycling, animal adaptations in winter, and animal tracks in snow. Every camp day will include indoor and outdoor activities for a full day of learning and fun!
The daily themes are: Monday, March 14 – Scientist for a Day; Tuesday, March 15 – Survivor; Wednesday, March 16 – Flying Wild; Thursday, March 17 – Hocus Pocus Science; Friday, March 18 – Animal Mania.
Thanks to a partnership with the Cooper Marsh Conservators and the Raisin Region Conservation Authority, all camp sessions are provided by the River Institute, and held at the Cooper Marsh Interpretive Centre. The cost for the full week is $150 per child, or $30 per day. Visit the River Institute website www.riverinstitute.ca for more information.
To register or to receive more information about this year’s camp, please contact the River Institute at 613-936-6620.
The River Institute was established in 1994 as a unique community partnership involving government, education, business and industry, and the Mohawks of Akwesasne. Its mandate is environmental research and education with a focus on the Great Lakes / St. Lawrence River ecosystem. It has earned an international reputation for its fresh water ecosystem research projects.