Nature Play Day in Stanley Park!
Come out and celebrate Nature Play Day on June 15th with the Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society-British Columbia and the Red Fox Healthy Living Society! Events include a free geocaching scavenger hunt and fun outdoor activities at Third Beach, in Stanley Park, just to the right of the concession.
Celebrate Nature Play Day in Stanley Park
Saturday, June 15th
12:00-4:00 pm - small nature trail loop, info booths, food tent and active play
Geocaching Scavenger Hunts: Groups 1 & 2 from 12:30pm-2:00pm, Groups 3 & 4 from 2:00pm-3:30pm
Third Beach (just to the right of the concession), Stanley Park
Free for the whole family!
Come have fun in the outdoors! CPAWS-BC and Red Fox will be in Stanley Park to celebrate Nature Play Day with you. Nature Play Day is a chance for Canadians to play outside and take advantage of the magnificent parks and wilderness areas we are so fortunate to have access to.
Geocaching will start at 12:30pm, but you can drop by anytime between 12pm and 4pm to our base camp at Third Beach, just to the right of the concession, to play with Red Fox’s active play equipment for tug'o'war, stilt walking and field games! The Northwest Wildlife Preservation Society will also be joining the event to engage attendees with their skulls and taxidermied specimens display!
We are thrilled to have Marketplace IGA as a sponsor of this event to provide finger foods to boost your energy while participating in these fun activities. *We encourage you to bring picnic blankets, reusable cups and plates if you can so that we can minimize waste.
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Coast to Cascades Grizzly Bear Initiative
Launched in September 2013, the Coast to Cascades Grizzly Bear Initiative aims to restore the five threatened grizzly bear populations in southwest British Columbia and to connect grizzly bear habitat while encouraging environmentally responsible development. We can accomplish this by protecting grizzly bears from mounting threats and stemming their loss from our wild places, safeguarding year-round ample habitat, and ensuring connectivity between grizzly bear populations.