Get Outside! Outdoor Adventures: Kids Club


This program is full! Please check back for registration for the September 23 offering.

Please join Nature Regina, Nature Saskatchewan and SaskOutdoors in presenting “Get Outside! Outdoor Adventures: Kids Club”.

The Kids Club will happen every Wednesday from September 16th to the end of October for 2 hours from 10 am to noon in a different green space in Regina each week.  Registration for each week will be posted one week in advance and registration is required for each week.

Geared towards children aged 6-12. An adult must attend with children.

An outdoor education program that supports the science curriculum and includes French enrichment. All participants can learn about science and learn a bit of French as well while participating in hands on learning activities!

Location for Wednesday September 16: Royal Saskatchewan Museum – Native Plant Garden

Times: 10 am to noon

On September 16th we’ll learn all about plants! The plant life cycle, plant parts, pollinators and other insects and the birds and wildlife that rely on these plants. Activities will include insect spotting, relay races and garden exploration. We’ll provide magnifying glasses, bug catching containers as well as colouring sheets and other art and craft supplies for different activities.

Registration for Wednesday September 16

Information will be emailed to all registered participants the day before each event.

Maximum of 20 family groups (to be divided into two groups of 10 family groups each at the event)

When registering you must agree to the following: "I will follow the COVID 19 health and safety guidelines which include hand sanitizing as necessary, wearing a mask when a 6 foot distance cannot be maintained and practicing social distancing of 6 feet as much as possible. Masks and hand sanitizer will be provided by the event organizers. Please bring your own if you have them. We are hoping that a 6 feet distance can be maintained throughout the whole session so that masking will not be necessary."