Ganaraska Region Conservation Authority offers a new March Break Camp – March 11 - 15, 2013
Children aged 6 – 12 are invited to spend an adventure-filled March Break week with the Ganaraska Region Conservation Authority’s Nature Nuts camp staff. Each day of this specialty camp will feature a dedicated animal theme. Come learn about Ontario’s birds of prey; dive into the lives of those cute, slippery creatures we call amphibians and their scaly cousins the reptiles; shrink in size to visit the world of insects. End off the week with a fun-filled trip to the Ganaraska Forest Centre to play “The Survival Game”, build shelters and campfires and have a cookout lunch provided by the camp.
“Children and their parents are so excited by our Nature Nuts summer camp that we’re responding to their wishes to extend our popular, environmental education program into March Break,” said Ryan Goodall, one of three certified teachers who run the program. “This completely supervised camp offers children a wonderful opportunity to be fully immersed in nature.”
Children can enjoy this fun-filled week for only $135.00 (this includes HST). Camp runs out of the Ganaraska Region Conservation Authority administrative office on Hwy 28 in Port Hope from 8:45 am – 4:15 pm each day. Extended care is available upon request.
Call the Ganaraska Region Conservation Authority at 905.885.8173, or visit www.grca.on.ca or www.ganaraskaforestcentre.ca for more information or to register.