Looking for an opportunity to learn with your little ones? Come learn together and explore our beautiful teaching garden. We are offering Parent-Child workshops this spring and summer, for kids aged 4-10! Participants can expect lots of hands-on learning and activities surrounding topics like soil stewardship, pollination, plant life cycles, and more! Tickets are $5 per adult and $5 per child – if this cost is a barrier to you, please reach out to Elora at education@compost.bc.ca and we will make sure you’re able to participate.

 

 


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In this interactive and hands-on workshop, you will meet worms, learn about composting and work together to build a worm composting bin!

 

 

In this interactive and engaging workshop, you will get a close-up look at different types of seeds, what they are, and why plants make them.

 

 

Craft colourful creations to display in your garden or around your home, using some materials from our gardens.

 

 

Learn about the incredible relationships between flowers and pollinators through games and exploration.

 

 

Just Elora for storytime under the willow tree! Books will vary in length/ reading level. Children younger than 3 are welcome.

Learn soil’s ingredients, how it’s made, and meet some worm friends that help us make it!

 

 

Just Elora for storytime under the willow tree! Books will vary in length/ reading level. Children younger than 3 are welcome.

Come explore all the different areas of the CEC’s demonstration site, and learn about growing food, composting, and stewardship!

 

 

Join the CEC team, our puppet friends, and learn about composting, why it matters, and how to compost at home.

Join Elora for storytime under the willow tree! Books will vary in length/ reading level. Children younger than 3 are welcome.

Explore live worms to understand their anatomy, life cycles and their role in composting. This workshop is a great follow-up for those who attend the Wrigglers at Work workshop.

 

 

Join us for an imaginative exploration of fungal lifecycles and their role as nature’s recyclers.