Free bus to free National Child Day event at Campbell River Community Centre

National Child Day will be celebrated Friday (Nov. 18) from 10 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the Community Centre, offering free fun for the whole family!

Once again this year, BC Transit has graciously granted free transit to individuals and families wanting to participate in the National Child Day activities.

Hop on the bus at no charge to get to the Community Centre Friday, Nov. 18 from 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.

“At National Child Day, we will be promoting and encouraging play, creativity, imagination and culture with activities such as make it and take it stations, play-doh centre, music sessions, cardboard city and Family Place for healthy child and community development.” says recreation programmer Karen Chappell .“These activities will help strengthen bonds between children, families and members of the wider community while celebrating diversity among families and cultures.”

Thanks to many community groups and businesses for generous donations and participation in this year’s event.

Visit their Facebook page at facebook.com/Campbellriverrec to get up-to-date information on this event.

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