August Summer Program Foley Mountain

FREE MORNING PROGRAMS (10 to 11:30 a.m.) — free with a park day or annual pass. Children must be accompanied by an adult for all morning programs. Meet at the Interpretive Centre unless otherwise specified.

FULL DAY PROGRAMS — The cost for these full care programs is $35 per child and $30 for an additional family member registered in the same session. Programs are for children aged 6 – 12 and run from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Pre-registration is required. A maximum of 20 children will be accepted to maintain a ratio of one instructor for every 10 children.

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Westport ONThursday August 2, 2012 – FREE MORNING PROGRAM Crafty By Nature: 10–11:30 a.m Don’t miss this unique opportunity to learn first hand techniques for creating art inspired by natural objects.

Tuesday August 7, 2012 – FULL DAY PROGRAM In the Woods: Ever wonder what it takes to survive in the woods? Learn about shelter building, fire building, outdoor cooking and more!

Thursday August 9, 2012 – FREE MORNING PROGRAM Fantastic Forests: 10–11:30 a.m Ever wonder why certain plants and animals call the forest home? Find out what makes a good habitat by exploring the forests of Foley Mountain!

Tuesday August 14, 2012 – FULL DAY PROGRAM Naturally Creative: Get creative as we discover how nature and the outdoors can be a great artistic inspiration.

Thursday August 16, 2012 – FREE MORNING PROGRAM Nature Detectives: 10–11:30 a.m Join us for a morning of sleuthing and master your nature detective skills.

Tuesday August 21, 2012 – FULL DAY PROGRAM Amazing Animals: Join in a series of interactive games and activities to learn how animals have become experts in the fine art of survival.

Thursday August 23, 2012 – FREE MORNING PROGRAM Bugs and Slugs: 10–11:30 a.m Come on out and discover the wonderful work of creepy crawlers, winged wonders, slimy slugs and more!

For more information, contact Foley Mountain at 613-273-3255 or Visit for more information on the Foley Mountain Conservation Area.

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