Effective September 20, proof of vaccination is required to enter our recreation and culture facilities, for guests 12 years of age and older. Please remember to bring your individual proof of vaccination to show upon entry to our facilities. Learn more
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Learning the Star Stories of Indigenous Peoples: Join us and explore a Cree perspective on the night sky at the Strathcona Wilderness Centre. George Desjarlais from Frog Lake First Nation will guide us through a presentation before we go outside and hear star stories of the Nêhiyawâk (Cree) and Métis peoples.
An interactive story time and art-making session, presented in French. Artist and arts educator, Elsa Robinson presents charismatic folk tales from the Caribbean and leads parent + child duos in creating a fun cloth collage activity in response to the story. Perfect for French Immersion, as well as native French-speakers.
Get outside this winter, and explore what Snowshoeing in your community has to offer! Explore a new trail! Sign up for a snowshoe experience or register to rent a pair and explore the trail on your own. Remember: you must maintain a physical distance of 2 metres (6 feet) from anyone outside of your household and wear a mask or face covering while using the washroom facilities. Parents or legal guardians must accompany minors to the registration point, complete a waiver and assist their child while putting on snowshoes as needed. Pre-registration is required and is non-transferable, each participant's name must be entered to secure their spot. All sessions are free courtesy of Strathcona County’s Everybody Gets to Play program. Free Event, Snowshoe Rentals Included