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Summer camps at Four Winds daycare

Pictured in this image from bike camp are, from left to right, Jack Coull-Weir, Everest Williams, Oliver Clement, Noah Best, Eli, and Saskja Evans. - Submitted image
Pictured in this image from bike camp are, from left to right, Jack Coull-Weir, Everest Williams, Oliver Clement, Noah Best, Eli, and Saskja Evans.
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Welcome to the Four Winds Daycare! We are a licensed daycare with a family feel. We have been up and running for almost four years now!

One of our most popular and unique programs that we offer is our summer camps. During the summer we offer camps that include: science and nature, where children can explore the world around them and learn new things about their surroundings; art, where children are given the opportunity to really get messy and show their creativity; sports and games, no electronics here just fresh air and exercise; and our ever-so-popular bike camp, where the training wheels come off and the more advanced riders get to explore our many trails throughout Rossland.

We also offer children the opportunity to learn about healthy food choices from seed to table.  While preparing for spring children help plant seeds, learn about composting, and help maintain our plot in the community garden. They also learn about helping with Bear Aware by collecting fruits and veggies from our surrounding neighbours.

Pictured in this image from bike camp are, from left to right, Jack Coull-Weir, Everest Williams, Oliver Clement, Noah Best, Eli, and Saskja Evans.

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