Science, nature ou animaux

Pour plus d'informations sur les festivals et les événements consacrés à la science, à la nature ou aux animaux organisés à proximité, cliquez sur la carte et les listes d'événements ci-dessous.

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7 Science, nature ou animaux in British Columbia

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1 Bear Creek Wildlife Walk - Surrey

13750 - 88 Ave
Surrey, British Columbia
V3W 3L1
Toll-free
Phone604-501-5050

Weekly on mercredi juillet 26, 2017 to mercredi août 23, 2017

As part of our Seniors in the Park program, enjoy a relaxing walk in the woods and garden areas of this gorgeous park. Search for songbirds, look for the eagle's nest and take a peek in the creek - who will you see? Afterwards, realax in the shade and enjoy other activities as part of Surrey's Seniors in the Park program. This walk is about 650m on flat packed gravel and asphalt. Meet at the entrance to the gardens. Ages 55 and up.

2 Surrey Nature Centre Discovery - Guided Nature Walks - Surrey

14225 Green Timbers Way
Surrey, British Columbia
V3T 4M4

Weekly on samedi juillet 15, 2017 to samedi octobre 14, 2017

Drop in for a weekly guided nature walk! Visit often to experience the seasonal changes along the trails of the Surrey Nature Centre and get to know the wildlife that call this place home.

Meet at the Surrey Nature Centre. Cost is free.

Saturday, September 09, 2017

The aim of the company is to increase the awareness of people to the true essence and the magical healing power of Traditional Chinese Medicine through the event.

4 Penticton Wellness Fair - Penticton

325 Power St.
Penticton, British Columbia
V2A 7K9
Toll-free
Phone250-864-2838

Daily from octobre 28, 2017 to octobre 29, 2017

Feeling low-energy lately? Wanting to get rid of some of the unhealthy products in your home? Looking for health information? This is the fair for you!

The Penticton Wellness Fair is an annual fair that showcases health and wellness products and services for the mind, body and soul. There are a huge array of vendors each year, from weight loss products to chiropractors, essential oils, organic products, massage therapists and many more.

The fair is free to the public, with free welcome bags at the door and a prize table!

5 Kelowna Wellness Fair - Kelowna

1800 Parkinson Way
Kelowna, British Columbia
V1Y 8G7
Toll-free
Phone250-864-2838

Daily from novembre 4, 2017 to novembre 5, 2017

Feeling low-energy lately? Wanting to get rid of some of the unhealthy products in your home? Looking for health information? This is the fair for you!

The Kelowna Wellness Fair is a popular annual fair that showcases health and wellness products and services. There are a huge array of vendors each year, from weight loss products to chiropractors, spiritual healers, counselors, essential oils, massage therapists and so much more.

The fair is free to the public, with free welcome bags at the door and a prize table!

6 Bald Eagle Festival - Harrison Mills

215 Kilby Road
Harrison Mills, British Columbia
V0M 1L0
Toll-free
Phone604-796-9576

Daily from novembre 18, 2017 to novembre 19, 2017

Kilby is the perfect place to enjoy lunch on this festival weekend. Join us for some hearty, home cooked specials in our cozy café. We'll also be barbequing gourmet smokies, hamburgers and hot dogs for those who want a quick bite on the go. After lunch, enjoy a short walking tour down the dyke to the confluence of the Fraser and Harrison rivers at Kilby Park. Interpreters will explain the relationship between the salmon and eagles, and tell the story of this once thriving mill town of Harrison Mills. Nikon Canada and London Drugs will be our special guests on site. Their display will have a wonderful selection of cameras and binoculars and experts will be on hand for guidance on photography and binoculars.

7 18th Annual Hyde Creek Salmon Festival - Port Coquitlam

Various Locations
Port Coquitlam, British Columbia
V3B 3N9
Toll-free
Phone604-461-3474

Sunday, November 19, 2017

Join the 5,000 plus visitors from around the Lower Mainland who come out to celebrate the return of the salmon, back to their birthplace to lay and fertilize their eggs.

This free family event provides visitors the opportunity to observe salmon up close and learn about their life cycle through educational displays, and in-stream demonstrations.

Highlights:

Fisheries and Oceans Canada displaying live salmon

Orphaned Wildlife Society (OWL) exhibiting live raptors

Microscope investigations

Face painting, cookie decorating and crafts

Refreshments at our fundraising BBQ, hosted by Save On Foods and the Culinary Students of District #43

Visit an operating salmon hatchery

Opportunity to win exciting prizes at our Raffle table

Exhibitors & Vendors with hand-made treasures for sale

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