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Interpretive programs: Join Manning Park Resort’s Naturalists and guest speakers for entertaining and educational programs at the Lightning Lake Amphitheatre, the Alpine Meadows and at various locations throughout the park. Interpretive programs are available by request for groups.

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Boating:  Enjoy and explore the waters of on Lightning Lake with our boat rentals. Choose your adventure in a two-seater canoe, five-person Mackenzie canoe, rowboat, kayak or a stand-up paddleboard.

We have hourly and day rates available at the Boathouse (located at the Lightning Lake Day Use Area), as well as group rates for boat rentals of 6 boats or more.

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Nordic: At Manning Park Resort, Nordic skiers can explore over 60 km of classic and skate ski groomed trails, as well as 160 km of backcountry trails. This is cross-country skiing at its finest—in forests and valleys, with a scenic mountain backdrop. Equipment rentals and lessons are available. The Nordic Centre also offers guided cross-country skiing and snowshoeing tours. 


Snowshoeing at Manning Park Resort is a fun and adventurous way to get into the park. With access to over 300km of trails for individuals of all abilities, individuals new to snowshoeing can follow marked trails through the surrounding forest.  Equipment rentals are available.

Guided excursions: We offer both day and evening excursions with our friendly and knowledgeable guides. Prices are based on group numbers, and packages are available with or without rental equipment.

Ice Skating: Ice skating at Manning Park Resort is available to all our guests when our outdoor rink is open. We also have everything you need to rent for a day of skating or a rousing game of hockey, including skates, hockey sticks, helmets and soft pucks. To protect guest safety, hard pucks are not permitted on the rink.  See our friendly staff at the Nordic Centre for all equipment rentals. Please note that access to the outdoor rink is weather dependent. The ice rink can be reserved exclusively by request. 

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Alpine: Manning Park Resort has some of the best snow conditions in B.C. We are located at a charmed intersection between the temperate coastal and dry desert interior regions, which means our powder is top notch! The Ski Hill, open from December to April, is located 10 km east of Manning Park Resort and offers excellent ski and snowboard terrain for beginners to advanced. Equipment rentals and lessons are available.

Snow Tubing: Located at the Ski Hill, the Polar Coaster is Manning Park Resort’s very own tube park. Enjoy a day of tubing on four beginner and advanced groomed runs. Lift service is provided so you can tube down and ride up. The Polar Coaster is open on weekends and holidays. Private Group bookings and Night Tubing rates are also available for the Polar Coaster. Please contact Group Services at least 2 weeks in advance.

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Do your students have challenging questions about space science and astronomy? We might have the answers! Connect your students with our staff so we can share their passion and knowledge with them through a 45-minute video Skype session. Your virtual field trip will include a short demonstration related to one of the themes below and a Q & A session with our staff. 

A Day in a Dangerous Place Called Space

This video Skype presentation introduces students to the world of the International Space Station where astronauts live and work. We investigate the differences between living and working on Earth versus the microgravity environment of the ISS and highlight the challenges involved in exploring the extreme environment of space. Available Monday to Friday 8:30am - 10:00am (Pacific Standard Time).

Let's Talk about the Universe

For a more in-depth look at the science of astronomy, our curious staff are ready for your questions. From black holes to dark matter, to the origins of the Universe, we can customize a session based on your learning objectives and the topics that you're most interested in. Available anytime.

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45
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1, 4, 6
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We offer day programs and 1-4 night overnight programs for schools, groups, home-schoolers, college and university groups. Students engage in hands-on, experiential learning in the outdoors by learning new skills, building their teamwork and leadership capacity and challenging themselves. Activities are offered under the following topics, and can me mixed and matched: Outdoor Adventure: canoeing, kayaking, rock climbing, hiking, camp craft, swimming, orienteering and archery. Teambuilding: high and low ropes, teambuilding sessions. Environmental Stewardship Programs: Owls of Camp Thunderbird, learning chain, the animal game, wonders of wildflowers, sensory nature walk and habitat fragmentation.

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K, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12
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Format: Online kit available at http://nvma.ca/education/online/

Secondary level students will critically analyze both archival and contemporary newspaper articles relating to aboriginal rights and land title in British Columbia. This program presents the story of native activism in the mid-twentieth century through the lens of one individual (Maisie Hurley, 1887-1962), founder of the Native Voice newspaper.

This program has been organized with the Squamish Nation Education Department and made possible in part through a grant from the Museums Assistance Program, Department of Canadian Heritage.

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10, 11, 12
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Fridays | October 4, 2019 - June 19, 2020 

Join us to uncover the complexity of the BC coastline. Students are immersed into the ideas of interconnection, ecosystems, water cycles and shoreline wildlife, inspired by Coastal Indigenous artworks. Using printmaking, stamping, drawing, and collage, students develop individual mixed-media works that contribute to a group classroom ecosystem project.

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5, 6, 7
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Camp Jubilee's Outdoor School Program provides the highest quality outdoor educational programs built on real experiences, which complement the education curriculum. If an overnight excursion is not an option for you this year, try a day trip as an alternative opportunity to experience Camp Jubilee!!! Daytrips include Boat Transportation from Deep Cove and return, 3 activities and lunch. We can also provide a custom program based on your group's needs.

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Camp Jubilee’s School programs offer students from kindergarten to grade 12 flexible, customized programs to meet the unique needs of your class or school. Camp Jubilee’s location on Indian Arm (just a short boat ride from Deep Cove, North Vancouver) provides endless educational opportunities that combine experiential learning with links to school curriculum. Our food services offer tasty and nutritious meals and our skilled instructors and hosts are available throughout your stay. Camp Jubilee combines modern, comfortable accommodations and spectacular scenery, all at affordable prices. Many schools have discovered this hidden jewel and have chosen Jubilee as the ideal location to bring their students, staff and adult volunteers. Teachers and students alike find Camp Jubilee a beautiful, relaxing location to get away. Whether it is a Traditional Outdoor School experience or week end team building retreats (i.e. student leadership, sport teams, band retreat etc.) or an Adventure Camp you may be considering, our facility, staff and programs could help you to hold a wonderful and memorable get away for your school and program.

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October 2, 2019 - June 4, 2020
during times exhibition runs

This active tour is perfect for busy minds and bodies, introducing the world of art, artists and art galleries. In the gallery spaces, creative hands-on activities and visual games help young minds bring gallery exhibitions to life. Children learn about simple artistic concepts and are encouraged to express their ideas about the artwork verbally, physically and visually. In the studio, magic happens as kids experiment with making lift prints.

 

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Lesson planning is made easy with BAG in a Box! Five unique educational kits are available. For only $10 a week each kit features original artwork by local artists, resource materials, art supplies and detailed lesson plans for theme-based art-making activities in your classroom. Suitable for Grades K-7.

NEW! Anna’s Press (Fall 2019 only)

Find inspiration and explore artistic techniques, subjects and themes featured in the works of Chinese Canadian master printmaker, Anna Wong. These include nature prints, exercises in abstraction, travel themes, and mixed media projects.

The Printmaker’s Pets

Discover relief printmaking techniques, drawing and mixed-media, while exploring how printmakers portray cats, dogs, birds, and more.

Cultural Portraits

Investigate how an artist’s expression reflects their identity and culture and the role visual art plays in reflecting or challenging traditions.

My Place

Learn about narrative and depth in landscape, representing nature through collage, pallette knife painting, colour and pattern to portray Canada’s special places.

Inventive Assemblage

Draft ideas using observation, memory and imagination, while learning about materials and processes used in contemporary sculpture.

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K, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7
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Tour any of the exhibitions with your class at no charge. Teacher's guides are available for many exhibitions. Call for dates and content details, or visit our website: www.burnabyartgallery.ca. We also offer guided tours with studio workshops. Deer Lake Park trails and Burnaby Village Museum are on the grounds.

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Immerse your students in the Universe with our digital portable planetarium. With our portable planetarium you will be able to stand on the Moon and look back at Earth, experience a Martian sunrise, and even see what the Milky Way galaxy looks like. 

The portable planetarium is a large dome that can be easily set up in any 7 x 7 x 4 metre (23 x 23 x 12.5 feet) space. The program consists of:

  • Elementary School – up to 6 presentations / day (20-30 minute presentations).
  • Secondary School – up to 4 presentations / day (40 minute presentations).
  • Also available for community groups.
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Inspire your students!

The lower gallery showcases Burnaby Art Gallery’s annual Arts Alive 2020. This 38th edition highlights a variety of engaging artwork by Burnaby secondary students and is an excellent way to introduce a wide variety of media, artistic styles, and visual principles to the classroom. In the studio, students engage in an art-making activity inspired by the exhibit.

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90
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K, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12
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