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Virtual Ocean Networks Clam Gardens *FREE EVENT*
Virtual Ocean Networks Clam Gardens *FREE EVENT*
The Ocean Networks Canada K-12 Education team helps middle and high school students learn more about ocean-related topics. Join this interactive 45min presentation which is aligned with the BC curriculum and is designed and delivered by a team of BC certified teachers.

Loxiwé is the term in the Liq’wala language of the Laich-Kwil-Tach people for what is known in English as clam gardens. Students will try spotting ancient clam gardens in beach photographs and learn how First Peoples’ practice cultivates beach habitat for clams. This presentation is based on the Ocean Sense module developed in partnership between Ocean Networks Canada, A-Tlegay Fisheries Society, and local knowledge holders of the Discovery Passage area near Campbell River, BC.

https://gulfofgeorgiacannery.org/school-programs/machines-at-work/

Application Open

Richmond Gulf of Georgia Cannery Museum - Machines at Work
Richmond Gulf of Georgia Cannery Museum – Machines at Work
Come and visit BC’s only surviving cannery, the Gulf of Georgia Cannery Museum in picturesque Steveston, BC!

Students investigate how machines work together along a 1930’s to 1950’s salmon canning line, including a demonstration of the working machines. Using their knowledge of simple and complex machines, groups of students will each explore one complex machine in the Herring Reduction Plant and will present their interpretation of the machine to the rest of the class.

Key Messages: Machines make the assembly line process faster, safer, and less labour intensive. Six simple machines can be found by examining the machines along the Canning Line and the Herring Reduction Plant. The complex machines on the Canning line and the Herring Reduction Plant give examples of how simple machines work.

This 90-minute program includes: • A canning line tour with a special focus on the technology, with a machine demonstration • Herring Reduction plant: investigation and heritage interpretation. Big Idea/BC Curriculum: • Machines are devices that transfer force and energy. • Properties of simple machines and their force effects. • Constructed machines: combinations of simple machines form complex machines.

https://gulfofgeorgiacannery.org/school-programs/machines-at-work/

*This is not a drop-off event. Parents are responsible for the care and supervision of their child(ren) at all times. Attending parents are required to sign-up and pay within the application.

Application Open

Virtual Fighter Pilot John Gillespie Magee Jr.
Virtual Fighter Pilot John Gillespie Magee Jr.
John G. Magee Jr. – A Teen Pilot on his 100th Birthday! Imagine writing poetry when you’re in high school. A war begins. You become a Canadian pilot. One of your poems becomes world-famous. And you die when you’re 19. Meet John Gillespie Magee Jr.

Linda Granfield will be hosting this engaging learning camp, about a well-known poem but little-known fighter pilot from the Royal Canadian Air Force, John Gillespie Magee Jr. Son of missionaries in China, he did not live to know the impact he would have on his generation and those yet to come.

Join and learn about him, the Second World War and “High Flight,” on his 100th birthday, June 9, 2022!

“Oh! I have slipped the surly bonds of Earth and danced the skies on laughter-silvered wings…”

Application Open

Virtual Bamfield Marine Sciences Centre - Live at Eagle Bay 2021-2022 *FREE EVENT*
Virtual Bamfield Marine Sciences Centre – Live at Eagle Bay 2021-2022 *FREE EVENT*
Come join us at Eagle Bay!

Eagle Bay is a semi-exposed rocky shore where students can observe a diversity of intertidal animals and seaweeds in their natural habitat. Some organisms inhabiting only areas of high wave exposure, such as gooseneck barnacles, can be found here. Bamfield’s educators will guide you to explore under rocks, show you how to gently handle the animals, and we hope you’ll ask lots of questions as we search for fun finds on the beach.

*Please check out their website

Application Closed

2022-2023 CC+ Abbotsford Science

Application Closed

2022-2023 CC+ Abbotsford Science
Fall Term: Sep. 23, *, Oct. 7, 14, 21, 28, Nov. 4, *, 18, 25, Dec.2
Winter Term: Jan. 13, 20, 27, Feb. 3, 10, 17, 24, March 3, 10, 17
Spring Term: April 14, 21, * May 5, 12

Come join us for a course that will focus on hands-on activities and experiments as we explore the Science 10 curriculum. We will delve into genetics, chemistry (with a special focus on acid-base reactions), energy transformations, and the Theory of Evolution. The course content will be enhanced by robust in-class discussions, informative stations labs, and engaging group activities. We will meet for 23 face-to-face sessions at Northview Community Church with Science expert teacher Darlene Unger to work through this required, challenging course in a collaborative and supportive setting!

Please Note:HCOS students not already participating in a 22/23 CC/ longer term event will be given priority, with remaining seats open to those in the waiting pool. Exceptions may be granted on a case by case basis in consideration of those significantly involved in the CC/ event, and factors such as the scope/extent of the offering involved, and the availability of seats.

Application Open

HCOS Ignite Theatre - Mary Poppins Show
HCOS Ignite Theatre – Mary Poppins Show
HCOS’s Ignite Theatre soars to new heights with Mary Poppins, Broadway’s Practically Perfect Musical. This May, the jack-of-all trades, Bert, introduces us to England in 1910 and the troubled Banks family. Young Jane and Michael have sent many a nanny packing before Mary Poppins arrives on their doorstep. Using a combination of magic and common sense, she must teach the family members how to value each other again. Mary Poppins takes the children on many magical and memorable adventures, but Jane and Michael aren’t the only ones upon whom she has a profound effect. Even grown-ups can learn a lesson or two from the nanny who advises that “Anything can happen if you let it.”

Mary Poppins is an event you won’t want to miss; it’s filled with explosive dance, emboldening harmonies, and a spark of imagination to ignite wonderful adventures. Indeed, it’s a spectacle to behold as it heralds the themes of the importance of family, courage, imagination, believing in anything is possible, and a willingness to look deeper than what the surface presents.

We welcome you to JOIN US! Performances are:
Thursday, May 26th @ 7 pm (Cast 1)
Friday, May 27th @ 7 pm (Cast 2)
Saturday, May 28th @ 1pm (Cast 1)
Saturday, May 28th @ 7 pm (Cast 2)

HCOS Enrolled Students
Thanks to the generous support of our HCOS PAC, we are able to offer a significant discount on tickets for our HCOS families to come and watch an evening performance at school show prices. We encourage families with HCOS enrolled students to call the Chilliwack Cultural Centre Box Office to snap up your tickets @ 604-391-7469. You will be requested to state the full name of each of your enrolled students in order to receive the $10.50 discount/ticket, and to pay only $15 for the first HCOS adult attending with them.

Ticket prices are in effect for our first two evening shows only on Thursday, May 26th @ 7 pm (Cast 1) OR Friday, May 27th @ 7 pm (Cast 2):
•$10.00 for each HCOS enrolled student
•$15.00 first adult/parent attending with HCOS students
•$24.50 for additional adults
•$12.00 for preschoolers of HCOS families (ages 0-5 pre-K) (please let the box office know)
•$20.50 for seniors/general community students
•In the words of Mary Poppins, “Spit Spot! Don’t dawdle, as tickets are going fast!”
Discount Code: HCOS PAC

Check out our promo video for a sneak preview and our brand new website @ ignitetheatre.ca! We look forward to seeing you at this memorable event watching our very OWN in the performance of a lifetime!

Application Closed

Fernie Mountain Biking with Ridetheory

Application Closed

Fernie Mountain Biking with Ridetheory
Join experienced instructors from Ridetheory to hone and improve your mountain biking skills, and develop a lifelong passion for this sport. The emphasis is on fun!

Skills will focus on basic body positioning and balance, then advance into uphill and downhill travel. From here, the skills will continue to progress into cornering, basic braking techniques and safe trail etiquette.

For more information, please check out their website: https://ridetheory.ca/kids-camps/

*Thank you to our HCOS PAC for their generous support of our HCOS Enrolled students!

Application Open

North Vancouver Deep Cove Kayaking Spring
North Vancouver Deep Cove Kayaking Spring
Come and paddle in beautiful Deep Cove, North Vancouver!

This highly anticipated in-person event is a one-of-a-kind experience as we kayak in pairs with a guide. Sightings of cormorants, seals, sea stars and heron are not uncommon on these trips!

The duration of the kayak tour is 2 hours. This is not a drop-off event. Children must be accompanied by a parent. Seating is available in pairs (double kayaks; if you have more than one child attending please inquire about seating options).

No previous kayaking experience necessary, non swimmers welcome, life jackets will be provided. Minimum age is 4 and Pre K will be seated in the middle hatch with parent and attending student. Limited space, rain or shine.

Check out their website for more information: https://deepcovekayak.com

*Due to limited space, this event is currently open to Heritage Community families only.

Application Closed

Virtual NatureKids BC - Tundra Speaks *FREE EVENT*
Virtual NatureKids BC – Tundra Speaks *FREE EVENT*
Join us for a virtual NatureKids BC Explorer Day.

We will meet Tundra the wolf and learn about the importance of her species in creating and maintaining healthy ecosystems, plus promoting more biodiversity. Participants will also learn how important the wolf is to First Nations peoples.

For more info: https://tundraspeaks.com

Application Closed

Virtual Yamnuska Wolfdog Sanctuary - 2nd Session *FREE EVENT*

Application Closed

Virtual Yamnuska Wolfdog Sanctuary – 2nd Session *FREE EVENT*
DUE TO HIGH DEMAND, NOW OFFERRING A SECOND TIME!

Discover the fascinating world of wolfdogs, with the Yamnuska Wolfdog Sanctuary. Direct from Yamnuska Wolfdog Sanctuary is a collaborative program offering a unique educational experience hosted by TELUS Spark!

Students will be directly connected to experts at the sanctuary with access to a delightful mix of pre-recorded content, worksheets, and live interactions for student questions. The Q&A portion of this experience will be located in one of the wolfdog enclosures amongst a pack of wolfdogs.

Topics covered will include: Differences between wolfdogs & wolves, diet, senses, the needs of domesticated and wild animals, behaviours, seasonal changes and best practices.

*Please note this is a public webinar, not a private tour.

Application Closed

Virtual Painting with Di - Sunsets

Application Closed

Virtual Painting with Di – Sunsets
Back by popular demand! Do you enjoy British Columbia’s beautiful scenery, flora and fauna? Do you like to make art?

Join local artist, ArtbyDi, from Bowen Island, in private painting session. Di, a talented acrylic painter, loves mountains, water, orcas, bears, salmon, herons and arbutus trees. Di’s bold colours and broad strokes are as unique as the sunsets over the ocean, which is what she’ll be teaching us also paint! She is inspired by the beauty of west coast landscapes and the abundant wildlife that lives in our scenic province!

Learn to paint via Zoom in this hands-on, virtual workshop, featuring the rugged wild of British Columbia!

*Check out Di’s art: https://artbydi.ca

Application Closed

Courtenay Track & Field Meet

Application Closed

Courtenay Track & Field Meet
The HCOS homeschoolers of the Comox Valley are hosting an elementary (K-Gr. 7) track and field meet on May 27th in Courtenay!

Two local Christian schools will participating and it will be a great opportunity for the students to compete against other kids after a long break in not being able to!

Events include: 60m (K-Gr. 3) 100m (Gr. 4-7) 400m (K-Gr. 7) 800m (Gr.4 -7) 1200m (Gr. 6-7) 4×100 relay Long jump Ball throw (K-Gr. 4) Shot put (Gr. 5-7) Discus (Gr. 5-7).

Everyone must email the coordinator (prior to the event), to say which 3 events the child will want to participate in.

Each student is required to bring name tag stickers (one for each event), on the day, with their names and the event they are participating in (written on the sticker).

Parents will be responsible for bringing the students to each event, according to the schedule sent to you upon sign up.

*This is NOT a drop-off event. Parents are responsible for the care and supervision of their child(ren) at all times.
Event Start Dates
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Groups
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Subjects
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Application Open

Virtual Ocean Networks Clam Gardens *FREE EVENT*
Virtual Ocean Networks Clam Gardens *FREE EVENT*
The Ocean Networks Canada K-12 Education team helps middle and high school students learn more about ocean-related topics. Join this interactive 45min presentation which is aligned with the BC curriculum and is designed and delivered by a team of BC certified teachers.

Loxiwé is the term in the Liq’wala language of the Laich-Kwil-Tach people for what is known in English as clam gardens. Students will try spotting ancient clam gardens in beach photographs and learn how First Peoples’ practice cultivates beach habitat for clams. This presentation is based on the Ocean Sense module developed in partnership between Ocean Networks Canada, A-Tlegay Fisheries Society, and local knowledge holders of the Discovery Passage area near Campbell River, BC.

https://gulfofgeorgiacannery.org/school-programs/machines-at-work/

Application Open

Richmond Gulf of Georgia Cannery Museum - Machines at Work
Richmond Gulf of Georgia Cannery Museum – Machines at Work
Come and visit BC’s only surviving cannery, the Gulf of Georgia Cannery Museum in picturesque Steveston, BC!

Students investigate how machines work together along a 1930’s to 1950’s salmon canning line, including a demonstration of the working machines. Using their knowledge of simple and complex machines, groups of students will each explore one complex machine in the Herring Reduction Plant and will present their interpretation of the machine to the rest of the class.

Key Messages: Machines make the assembly line process faster, safer, and less labour intensive. Six simple machines can be found by examining the machines along the Canning Line and the Herring Reduction Plant. The complex machines on the Canning line and the Herring Reduction Plant give examples of how simple machines work.

This 90-minute program includes: • A canning line tour with a special focus on the technology, with a machine demonstration • Herring Reduction plant: investigation and heritage interpretation. Big Idea/BC Curriculum: • Machines are devices that transfer force and energy. • Properties of simple machines and their force effects. • Constructed machines: combinations of simple machines form complex machines.

https://gulfofgeorgiacannery.org/school-programs/machines-at-work/

*This is not a drop-off event. Parents are responsible for the care and supervision of their child(ren) at all times. Attending parents are required to sign-up and pay within the application.

Application Open

Virtual Fighter Pilot John Gillespie Magee Jr.
Virtual Fighter Pilot John Gillespie Magee Jr.
John G. Magee Jr. – A Teen Pilot on his 100th Birthday! Imagine writing poetry when you’re in high school. A war begins. You become a Canadian pilot. One of your poems becomes world-famous. And you die when you’re 19. Meet John Gillespie Magee Jr.

Linda Granfield will be hosting this engaging learning camp, about a well-known poem but little-known fighter pilot from the Royal Canadian Air Force, John Gillespie Magee Jr. Son of missionaries in China, he did not live to know the impact he would have on his generation and those yet to come.

Join and learn about him, the Second World War and “High Flight,” on his 100th birthday, June 9, 2022!

“Oh! I have slipped the surly bonds of Earth and danced the skies on laughter-silvered wings…”

Application Open

Virtual Bamfield Marine Sciences Centre - Live at Eagle Bay 2021-2022 *FREE EVENT*
Virtual Bamfield Marine Sciences Centre – Live at Eagle Bay 2021-2022 *FREE EVENT*
Come join us at Eagle Bay!

Eagle Bay is a semi-exposed rocky shore where students can observe a diversity of intertidal animals and seaweeds in their natural habitat. Some organisms inhabiting only areas of high wave exposure, such as gooseneck barnacles, can be found here. Bamfield’s educators will guide you to explore under rocks, show you how to gently handle the animals, and we hope you’ll ask lots of questions as we search for fun finds on the beach.

*Please check out their website

Application Closed

2022-2023 CC+ Abbotsford Science

Application Closed

2022-2023 CC+ Abbotsford Science
Fall Term: Sep. 23, *, Oct. 7, 14, 21, 28, Nov. 4, *, 18, 25, Dec.2
Winter Term: Jan. 13, 20, 27, Feb. 3, 10, 17, 24, March 3, 10, 17
Spring Term: April 14, 21, * May 5, 12

Come join us for a course that will focus on hands-on activities and experiments as we explore the Science 10 curriculum. We will delve into genetics, chemistry (with a special focus on acid-base reactions), energy transformations, and the Theory of Evolution. The course content will be enhanced by robust in-class discussions, informative stations labs, and engaging group activities. We will meet for 23 face-to-face sessions at Northview Community Church with Science expert teacher Darlene Unger to work through this required, challenging course in a collaborative and supportive setting!

Please Note:HCOS students not already participating in a 22/23 CC/ longer term event will be given priority, with remaining seats open to those in the waiting pool. Exceptions may be granted on a case by case basis in consideration of those significantly involved in the CC/ event, and factors such as the scope/extent of the offering involved, and the availability of seats.

Application Open

HCOS Ignite Theatre - Mary Poppins Show
HCOS Ignite Theatre – Mary Poppins Show
HCOS’s Ignite Theatre soars to new heights with Mary Poppins, Broadway’s Practically Perfect Musical. This May, the jack-of-all trades, Bert, introduces us to England in 1910 and the troubled Banks family. Young Jane and Michael have sent many a nanny packing before Mary Poppins arrives on their doorstep. Using a combination of magic and common sense, she must teach the family members how to value each other again. Mary Poppins takes the children on many magical and memorable adventures, but Jane and Michael aren’t the only ones upon whom she has a profound effect. Even grown-ups can learn a lesson or two from the nanny who advises that “Anything can happen if you let it.”

Mary Poppins is an event you won’t want to miss; it’s filled with explosive dance, emboldening harmonies, and a spark of imagination to ignite wonderful adventures. Indeed, it’s a spectacle to behold as it heralds the themes of the importance of family, courage, imagination, believing in anything is possible, and a willingness to look deeper than what the surface presents.

We welcome you to JOIN US! Performances are:
Thursday, May 26th @ 7 pm (Cast 1)
Friday, May 27th @ 7 pm (Cast 2)
Saturday, May 28th @ 1pm (Cast 1)
Saturday, May 28th @ 7 pm (Cast 2)

HCOS Enrolled Students
Thanks to the generous support of our HCOS PAC, we are able to offer a significant discount on tickets for our HCOS families to come and watch an evening performance at school show prices. We encourage families with HCOS enrolled students to call the Chilliwack Cultural Centre Box Office to snap up your tickets @ 604-391-7469. You will be requested to state the full name of each of your enrolled students in order to receive the $10.50 discount/ticket, and to pay only $15 for the first HCOS adult attending with them.

Ticket prices are in effect for our first two evening shows only on Thursday, May 26th @ 7 pm (Cast 1) OR Friday, May 27th @ 7 pm (Cast 2):
•$10.00 for each HCOS enrolled student
•$15.00 first adult/parent attending with HCOS students
•$24.50 for additional adults
•$12.00 for preschoolers of HCOS families (ages 0-5 pre-K) (please let the box office know)
•$20.50 for seniors/general community students
•In the words of Mary Poppins, “Spit Spot! Don’t dawdle, as tickets are going fast!”
Discount Code: HCOS PAC

Check out our promo video for a sneak preview and our brand new website @ ignitetheatre.ca! We look forward to seeing you at this memorable event watching our very OWN in the performance of a lifetime!

Application Closed

Fernie Mountain Biking with Ridetheory

Application Closed

Fernie Mountain Biking with Ridetheory
Join experienced instructors from Ridetheory to hone and improve your mountain biking skills, and develop a lifelong passion for this sport. The emphasis is on fun!

Skills will focus on basic body positioning and balance, then advance into uphill and downhill travel. From here, the skills will continue to progress into cornering, basic braking techniques and safe trail etiquette.

For more information, please check out their website: https://ridetheory.ca/kids-camps/

*Thank you to our HCOS PAC for their generous support of our HCOS Enrolled students!

Application Open

North Vancouver Deep Cove Kayaking Spring
North Vancouver Deep Cove Kayaking Spring
Come and paddle in beautiful Deep Cove, North Vancouver!

This highly anticipated in-person event is a one-of-a-kind experience as we kayak in pairs with a guide. Sightings of cormorants, seals, sea stars and heron are not uncommon on these trips!

The duration of the kayak tour is 2 hours. This is not a drop-off event. Children must be accompanied by a parent. Seating is available in pairs (double kayaks; if you have more than one child attending please inquire about seating options).

No previous kayaking experience necessary, non swimmers welcome, life jackets will be provided. Minimum age is 4 and Pre K will be seated in the middle hatch with parent and attending student. Limited space, rain or shine.

Check out their website for more information: https://deepcovekayak.com

*Due to limited space, this event is currently open to Heritage Community families only.

Application Closed

Virtual NatureKids BC - Tundra Speaks *FREE EVENT*
Virtual NatureKids BC – Tundra Speaks *FREE EVENT*
Join us for a virtual NatureKids BC Explorer Day.

We will meet Tundra the wolf and learn about the importance of her species in creating and maintaining healthy ecosystems, plus promoting more biodiversity. Participants will also learn how important the wolf is to First Nations peoples.

For more info: https://tundraspeaks.com

Application Closed

Virtual Yamnuska Wolfdog Sanctuary - 2nd Session *FREE EVENT*

Application Closed

Virtual Yamnuska Wolfdog Sanctuary – 2nd Session *FREE EVENT*
DUE TO HIGH DEMAND, NOW OFFERRING A SECOND TIME!

Discover the fascinating world of wolfdogs, with the Yamnuska Wolfdog Sanctuary. Direct from Yamnuska Wolfdog Sanctuary is a collaborative program offering a unique educational experience hosted by TELUS Spark!

Students will be directly connected to experts at the sanctuary with access to a delightful mix of pre-recorded content, worksheets, and live interactions for student questions. The Q&A portion of this experience will be located in one of the wolfdog enclosures amongst a pack of wolfdogs.

Topics covered will include: Differences between wolfdogs & wolves, diet, senses, the needs of domesticated and wild animals, behaviours, seasonal changes and best practices.

*Please note this is a public webinar, not a private tour.

Application Closed

Virtual Painting with Di - Sunsets

Application Closed

Virtual Painting with Di – Sunsets
Back by popular demand! Do you enjoy British Columbia’s beautiful scenery, flora and fauna? Do you like to make art?

Join local artist, ArtbyDi, from Bowen Island, in private painting session. Di, a talented acrylic painter, loves mountains, water, orcas, bears, salmon, herons and arbutus trees. Di’s bold colours and broad strokes are as unique as the sunsets over the ocean, which is what she’ll be teaching us also paint! She is inspired by the beauty of west coast landscapes and the abundant wildlife that lives in our scenic province!

Learn to paint via Zoom in this hands-on, virtual workshop, featuring the rugged wild of British Columbia!

*Check out Di’s art: https://artbydi.ca

Application Closed

Courtenay Track & Field Meet

Application Closed

Courtenay Track & Field Meet
The HCOS homeschoolers of the Comox Valley are hosting an elementary (K-Gr. 7) track and field meet on May 27th in Courtenay!

Two local Christian schools will participating and it will be a great opportunity for the students to compete against other kids after a long break in not being able to!

Events include: 60m (K-Gr. 3) 100m (Gr. 4-7) 400m (K-Gr. 7) 800m (Gr.4 -7) 1200m (Gr. 6-7) 4×100 relay Long jump Ball throw (K-Gr. 4) Shot put (Gr. 5-7) Discus (Gr. 5-7).

Everyone must email the coordinator (prior to the event), to say which 3 events the child will want to participate in.

Each student is required to bring name tag stickers (one for each event), on the day, with their names and the event they are participating in (written on the sticker).

Parents will be responsible for bringing the students to each event, according to the schedule sent to you upon sign up.

*This is NOT a drop-off event. Parents are responsible for the care and supervision of their child(ren) at all times.

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