EcoGarden camps get kids growing

The EcoGarden in Fernie is holding a summer camp for five to 10-year-olds this year.

Kids will have fun with art

The EcoGarden in Fernie is holding a summer camp for five to 10-year-olds this year.

The kids’ camp will include lots of fun and activities including art, music, games and drama and, of course, gardening.

“Get ready for an action-packed, outdoor, fun-filled lineup program this summer with days filled with gardening, learning, art, music, games and a whole lot of fun,” said camp director Dawn Deydey.

“Each day we’ll have special guests join us for special arts, music and drama projects.”

There will be two camps this summer. The first will run from July 18 to 22 and the second will run from August 8 to 12. Space is limited so register early.


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