Exploring Our Watersheds

May 27, 2017 @ 8:30 am – 1:45 pm
Lower Seymour Conservation Reserve

Burnaby Settlement Workers in Schools (SWIS) invite
Parents & Students to an educational and guided field trip to:
Exploring Our Watersheds

Come and experience a special place and discover the treasures of the Seymour
Watershed. Here you will find local wildlife, ancient towering trees, and water
moving through natural landscapes to our drinking water supply system.
Hop on our bus, see the dam, and learn about how water gets from the reservoir
to your tap. Explore what makes watershed ecosystems important through fun,
kid-friendly activities. Once you’ve experienced the magic, you’ll be reminded of
your watershed every time you turn on the tap!
For this tour, Metro Vancouver, Water Services has kindly provided
Interpreters and school bus, FREE of charge.
When to meet:
Where to meet:
Saturday, May 27, 2017
8:30 am sharp, return about 2:00 pm
Maywood Community Elementary (main entrance)
4567 Imperial Street, Burnaby
(3 blocks East from Metro town Skytrain station)
Bring your lunch, snack, water and camera. Dress weather appropriately,
and wear good walking shoes suitable for the weather.
Only 30 spots available. Please register early to avoid disappointment.
Priority to Permanent Residents.
Registration and inquiry:
Monica Tran, cell/text message: 604-760-9527 or email: monica.tran@sd41.bc.ca
Caren Yu, cell/text message: 604-760-3861 or email: caren.yu@sd41.bc.ca
Kay Lim-Galehouse, cell/text message: 604-760-5171 or email: kay.lim-gatehouse@sd41.bc.ca