2019 Activities include:
Straw Maze & Amazing Owls
Have fun and get lost in this giant straw maze! Participate in nature play and learn about owls with Metro Vancouver Regional Park Interpreters.
Northern Spotted Owl Breeding Program
The Northern Spotted Owl is one of Canada's most endangered species, with fewer than 20 individuals remaining in British Columbia. Stop by to see Forrest the Barred Owl, and find out how you can help keep owls in the wild.
Doodle Girls Face Painting
Become transformed into an animal of Campbell Valley Regional Park by the amazing face painting from the Doodle Girls.
Fraser Valley Regional Library
Come by and visit the “pop-up library” and get a library card and even check out books. The librarians will also be telling nature stories.
The Nylon Zoo is a choreographed participatory event - you are the dancers and performers! Fly like a bird, hop like a frog or rabbit, twirl in a rainbow cape, swim like a fish. It's an interactive story event as children and parents enter the giant inflatable storytelling theatre.
Kids can clippity clop their way around Campbell Valley’s scenic grasslands for $5 cash per ride.
Join the Langley Field Naturalists and the White Rock and Surrey Naturalists in the Red Barn and see all the amazing hands-on nature activities inside!
Raku Pottery Workshops
Have fun with clay as you paint and fire your own Raku pottery to take home.
Experience true country living by jumping on our tractor pulled hayride provided by Eagle Acres Farm.
Come make you very own beeswax candle with staff from the Honeybee Centre. $1 per candle.
Kensington Prairie Farm
Learn all about alpacas and their fleece and maybe pick up a pair of alpaca knit socks. There will be two live alpacas to say hello to!
Fraser Valley Poultry Fanciers
Come by and quack and cluck along with ducks, and chickens at the grey barn.
Cinemazoo Petting Zoo
Farm animals galore! Come pet a goat or bunny and even get a selfie with these cute and cuddly animals.
Farm Museum & Antique Engines
View a selection of historical farm artifacts provided by the BC Farm Museum and hear the hum of the antique engines with the Valley Antique Small Engine Club.
Fraser Valley Woodturners
Visit these amazing wood artisans and see how a woodturner uses a lathe. They will be making wooden tops for participants to take home.