Family Event

an Ecological Treasure Hunt

co-hosted by PSPS, Metro Vancouver and
Living Language Institute’s Early Childhood Education Program


Take Another Look 2015

Discover where forest creatures eat, sleep and just hang out. Test your skills on this ecology treasure hunt with

three levels of difficulty suitable for everyone!

Level 3 - Blue Flags

Adults and youth will learn about

ecology as you match the clues

to the photos.

Along the way you will also meet
a friendly Metro Vancouver Park interpreter who will show you more interesting things.


The loop trail, which is about
one kilometer through the park

begins at the Park Outpost,
about 1/4 km west of Blanca on 16th.

The trail is a bit bumpy, 

but still suitable for strollers.

Level 1 - Yellow Flags

The youngest participants will search

for toys placed in the forest.  See the picture,
find the toys, maybe count them ..
and talk about whether it really belongs here. 

Level 2 - Red Flags

Look for where the mouse has been.  Its not so easy to find the right place to match the photo and the clue.  Talk about what the mouse might have been doing.

Sunday April 19, 1- 4 PM

Pacific Spirit Park

      allow yourself 45 minutes to an hour

        meet at Park Outpost on 16th Ave
        (also known as Park Centre,
see map below)  

Having fun is a great way to learn!

Come join us whatever your age.

Hazel and Snowberry are back!

Hazel the squirrel found his friend Snowberry the mouse,
and together they are once again exploring the park. 

Come hear their story, and follow their latest adventure.

This is a replay,
with a difference,
of the event we did
in Sept. 2014.

Do come again!

download posterTake_Another_Look_2015_files/take%20another%20look%202015_1.pdf