FREE Kids Event to Celebrate the 10th Anniversary of CKISS
Saturday June 27th, 2015 1pm-4pm
Old Church Hall, 602 Kootenay St, Nelson BC
Did you know that invasive species are the 2nd greatest threat to biodiversity?
Luckily in 2005 a non-profit group called CKISS (aka CKIPC); Central Kootenay Invasive Species Society was formed to raise awareness and prevent further introduction and spread of invasive species within the Central Kootenays. We’re hosting a party for kids (and parents) to celebrate 10 years of contributing to the protection of the beautiful landscapes, ecosystems and lakes in Nelson and surrounding area. On Saturday June 27th CKISS is hosting a Biodiversity Bonanza. This free fun event was designed to inspire Kootenay kids to go into nature and look at the relationship between living things and the environment.
Come join us for a fun filled afternoon with:
- Scavenger hunt
- Arts and Crafts
Special guests appearances by:
- Bubbles the clown
- Cassia Barrett Face Painting
- KAST/GLOWS – Growing, learning opportunities with science
- Wildsafe BC
- Kootenay Bats
- Fish and Wildlife Compensation Program
“It is helpful to think of an ecosystem as a woven carpet; if you pull on a loose thread it might only affect the thread and those closest to it or it might unravel the whole carpet.” – www.ecokids.ca