Parks Day bash begins at noon July 21

Chris Clegg
South Peace News

If Hilliard’s Bay Provincial Park didn’t offer enough for everyone to enjoy the outdoors!

July 21, the park celebrates Parks Day with several activities from noon until 3 p.m.

Tentatively scheduled are nature-based activities and crafts, games, displays on bear and boat safety, and more. The Lesser Slave Lake Watershed Council and Grouard Native Cultural Arts Museum will both be attending with displays.

A barbecue will also be held including beverages and cake.

Parks Day is held in the playground between Loop B and Loop C. All events are free to attend.

 

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