While the York Region Nature Collaborative was founded in York Region,
events are open to all interested educators, parents and families.
An apple indicates that a YRNC event is focused on Professional Development and open to adults.
A heart indicates that a YRNC event is family friendly and open to both adults and children.
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East Gwillimbury Nature Day is on Saturday September 22nd.
For more information Click Here.
The Scanlon Creek Forest School is pleased to offer outdoor learning opportunities for homeschooled children aged 5 – 12 years old. To learn more and to register, click here.
Save the date for Child and Family Collaborative's Conference "Joy of Childhood Conference 2018" on October 20, 2018.
Topics to be experienced include:
- Connecting Children with Nature
- Risky Play and its benefits!
- Risk Assessment in our Programs
- Outdoor education benefits as related to "How Does Learning Happen!"
- Tour of the Nature Classroom
- Parking Lot Playgrounds? - What can we do with them
For more information please click here.
Stay tuned! Registration Details to follow!
Interested in volunteering for with the YRNC?
Join us for our 5th Annual Family Adventure Walk in the Forest!
Enjoy an engaging, nature-filled family day that embraces a “head, heart, and hands approach to outdoor learning” (Forest and Nature School Canada). Parents and their children are invited to collect a map, find a journey stick, bring a bag or bucket, and venture on a journey of woodland fun.
Follow the StoryWalk™, decorate your memory sticks, experience the beauty of nature and trees, work with clay, build dens, and create woodland art.
All welcome. Family friendly event. Rain or Shine - please dress for the weather.
Did we mention it was FREE!!!??? (Donations welcomed).
NO REGISTRATION REQUIRED
Join us for an exciting PA Day full of exploration, fun and adventure! Children ages 6 to 12 can connect with nature through a variety of activities such as Nature Photography, Orienteering, Developing Naturalist Skills, and much more!
October 22nd, 2018
For more information and to register, please click here.