A brand new kids day camp is coming to the Oliver Museum this year. The “Splash from the Past!” day camp will focus on how water has shaped Oliver’s history over the last 100 years.
The day camp, which will run 9 am – 4 pm July 24th to 26th, will introduce campers aged 7-12 to watery science and history topics such as how plants and animals use water, where water comes from and how to conserve it. Campers will learn all about the human use of water in this area and how the town of Oliver grew because of the enormous irrigation system called the Ditch. The camp will include hands-on water experiments and activities, summer fun with water, and field trips to the Nk’Mip Desert Cultural Centre and the Okanagan River.
The “Splash from the Past!” camp is guaranteed to get kids outdoors and learning on the go. Campers will build edible aquifers, create H20-inspired art, and build their own water walls, which will be displayed in the Museum yard during the July 27th Water Appreciation Day. Camp activities will be led by our knowledgeable and enthusiastic museum staff.
“Splash from the Past!” registration costs are $65 for 3 days of fun-filled learning. Register early, as only 15 spots are available.
Camp registration and forms package are available here. Then simply complete and return the forms to the Oliver Archives at 430 Fairview Road along with your payment.
For more information, please contact Julianna at 250-498-4027 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.