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Comfort test for canoeing, jump dump and free swim all available after Victoria Day at our waterfront (weather dependent).

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Theme(s)

Description

Aboriginal Hunting Technology
(fall and late spring only)
Aboriginal Ed. Get an opportunity to experience, explore and compare a variety of First Nation hunting tools and their development over time.
Campfire
(fall, spring, May and June)

Character Ed.
Get around the campfire, choose your activities, stories, skits or songs.
Canoeing
(weather dependent after Victoria Day)

Waterfront
Aboriginal Ed.
Active
After a supervised dump (capsize) on the first afternoon students can learn about canoeing through first hand experience!
Co-operative Games
(all seasons)
Character Ed.
Active
An excellent and popular program that is often used to 'break the ice' on the first night. Led by our staff, your group will be challenged by dynamic and active games both indoors and out.
Cross Country Skiing
(winter only)
Active Strap on nordic skis and learn how to go up then downhill. If you have time we have the trails for you to ski!
Earth Quest
(all seasons)
Ecological Literacy Students use a map to search for information on positive and negative human impact on the environment.
Earth Repair
(spring and fall only)
Ecological Literacy Get outside, be active and get into the mud while at the same time restoring, repairing and therefore reducing our human impact.
Fire By Friction
(Spring and fall only)
Aboriginal Ed. Students get the opportunity to try starting a fire using historical bow drill and flint with steel techniques.
Forest Hike
(all seasons)
Biodiversity
Aboriginal Ed.
Active

A program with the 'wow' factor. Hike through our forest and explore a range of themes and subjects.
High Ropes
(spring and fall only) 
Character Ed.
Active
Students will use team work and trust to scale a wall and climb a vertical playground while belayed in a well supervised setting.
Initiatives
(spring and fall only)
Character Ed. Looking to promote teamwork and work on problem solving skills with your students? Initiatives can help challenge your students with problems and trust activities that focus on character and team building.
Inuit Games
(fall and winter only)
Aboriginal Ed. Learn about inuit culture then demonstrate teamwork, co-ordination and trust with the blanket toss and other inuit game.
Low Ropes
(spring and fall only)
Character Ed. Group problem solving and team building activities using our challenging low ropes course. The activities can be chosen to focus on a specific character trait.
Map or Compass Orienteering
(all seasons)
Active Select from map or compass orienteering. Using a map is an essential skill for finding your way. Learning to use a compass will stretch and challenge your students.
Maple Syrup
(spring only)
Aboriginal Ed. See and get involved with Maple Syrup production at SOES. Tap trees, collect sap, watch a boil down and maybe taste some.
Owl Prowl
(all seasons)
Biodiversity
Learn about then take a night walk in search of the Barred Owl in its forest habitat.
Pond Study
(spring and fall only)
Biodiversity Search for, discover and experience the diversity of life in our pond with this hands on program.
Predator and Prey
(all seasons)
Biodiversity
Students learn about forest ecosystems and then take on the role of a mammal trying to survive in forest habitat.
Snowshoeing
(winter only)

Active
Aboriginal Ed.

Discover the origins of the snowshoe and use our snowshoes in the forest to see how they work.
Swimming
(weather dependent after Victoria Day)

Waterfront Comfort test for canoeing, jump dump and free swim all available after Victoria Day at our waterfront (weather dependent).
Teepee
(all seasons)
Aboriginal Ed. Ask to visit our teepee as one of your programs to experience First Nation food, fire lighting technique and legends.
Trappers and Traders
(spring and fall only, winter on request)

Aboriginal Ed. Students learn about the development of this fur trade in Canada before becoming the First Nations trappers.
Voyageurs
(weather dependent after Victoria Day)
Waterfront
Aboriginal Ed.
Active
Get into our big freight or Montreal canoe and learn about the Voyageurs and their hard life. A great intro to canoeing.
Water Regatta
(weather dependent after Victoria Day)
Waterfront
Active

Meet at the beach on our waterfront for a "splashing" good time. Games, races and challenges await those who dare plan this program!
Wolf Howl
(all seasons)
Biodiversity Learn about the wolves that live in our Northern ecosystem before a short walk into the night to howl for wolves.
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