Get active in Black Creek this summer

he Black Creek Community Association (BCCA) is offering a variety of classes and activities through the summer month

The Black Creek Community Association (BCCA) is offering a variety of classes and activities through the summer months of July and August. To view their new Summer 2011 Activity Guide, go online at www.bccaonline.ca For kids, don’t miss out on our summer camps. Little Nature Kids is a camp for kids ages four to six that will be held at the Black Creek Community Centre and Grounds from Monday to Friday, July 18-22, from 12:30-3:00 p.m. each day. Youe’ll go outside to explore all there is to see and do in nature. We’ll also play games, sing songs, make creative crafts and participate in picnic lunches. Children will need to bring a snack each day, as well as a hat, water bottle and sunscreen. The fee for this program is $60 per participant. Nature Kids is a camp for kids ages seven to eleven that will be held from Monday to Friday, July 25-29 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Participants also have the option of participating in this camp for a half day session (12:30-4 p.m). Children will go outside to explore nature and play games.

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