• CAD $50.00 – single child per day
  • CAD $45.00 – 2+ children from one family unit $45.00 each per day

Date & Time Details: Programs run from 9am-4pm. Drop off and pick up from 8am-5pm

Location: Five Oaks Education and Retreat Centre

Address: 1 Bethel Road, Paris, ON N3L 3E3

Contact:
Five Oaks
hospitality@fiveoaks.on.ca
519.442.3212

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March Break Wild Wonderland – March 16-20, 2020

With Tara Carpenter and Jessica McGregor

March 16 - 20, 2020

Release your wild child to explore nature with us in a fun and educational way. Children
will be exploring, making new friends and learning about nature in an interactive way by
doing nature inspired crafts and games of exploration. Children have so much to learn
from nature so let us help your little one reconnect with everything nature has to offer.

Have the day off and come play with us….outdoors. Our camps are forest school inspired by having children immersed in outdoor self-directed play and educational activities all day! Your little ones will be guided on their adventure by highly qualified passionate leaders that are trained in Wilderness First Aid.

Ages 5-11 $50.00 per child – 2+ children $45.00 each

Check out more at our GROWE website.

 

 

Leaders

Tara Carpenter
Tara Carpenter has had a love of nature and the outdoors from an early age, thanks to growing up on a Norfolk County farm and regularly engaging in wilderness camping trips with her family as a child.  Travelling many parts of the world for 17 years expanded Tara’s knowledge of the natural world and her love for this earth, we call home.  The most memorable experience of her travels was being a deckhand on a sailing ship exploring the Great Barrier Reef in Australia for 6 years. Now being a mother to a very active, creative, and outdoor loving 7…
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Jessica McGregor
Jessica McGregor has had a special connection to nature since she was born, having a particular passion for animals and water. Jessica has been canoeing since she was 2 years old, and kayaking from the age of 9. As a child, she spent most of her summers in Algonquin Park bonding with her family and the environment. Jessica attributes most of her passion for environmental education to Algonquin Park. She has graduated from the Adventure Expedition and Interpretive Leadership course at Fanshawe College (video). During this time Jessica learned business management, proposal writing, plant and tree identification, animal identification, environmental…
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