JULY 16-22 EVENTS

Kidsworld is only possible to do the generous support of our partnering organizations!

 

The last two years have been very difficult for many small business' and organizations.  Your support of them would be greatly appreciated.  We kindly ask you to show your appreciation by:

1. Thanking the organizations hosting you

2. Giving positive reviews on Google and the host organization's Facebook Page

3. Sharing your photos on social media, tagging the host organization and Kidsworld

4. When choosing activities throughout the year, support these great organizations!

Thank You!

Click The Event Title Below Or Scroll Down To See The Full Event Details With Time, Location and Information

Calendar Subject to Change At Any Time

Please Remember To Share Your Event Posts On Social Media, Tagging the Host Organization and Kidsworld.  Positive Organization Reviews On Facebook and Google Help A lot Too!

BONUS DISCOUNTS

With a Kidsworld Pass, on top of all the events we have lined up, you also receive bonus discounts!

  • $50 off a week at Keats Camps for new campers

  • $25 off Circus Lab Half Day Camps & $35 off Circus Lab Full Day Camps

  • Vancouver Mysteries 20% off outdoor games before August 31

  • Vancouver Whitecaps ticket discounts on July 2 & August 5

  • BC Lions ticket discounts on July 9 & August 26

  • 2-for-1 Youth (Ages 6-17) single day admission tickets to the Abbotsford Airshow

  • From July 12 til the end of the year show your Kidsworld Pass at the Greater Vancouver Zoo for one free child entrance with each adult ticket purchased

  • $5 off each Playland ticket on select days

  • $3 off each PNE Fair ticket on select days

  • Free introductory two weeks of Kick It Martial Arts Classes

Visit the Members Bonus Discounts Page for links and details by clicking the blue button.  The password for this page will be emailed to you when you order passes.

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July 14-16

MAPLEWOOD FARM

July 14-16

10am – 4pm Drop In
Show your Kidsworld pass for complimentary entrance for child and adult.  $14.30 value.

Maplewood Farm is five acres of rural family fun in the urban heart of the North Shore.  The farm is home to over 200 friendly domestic animals and birds, and offers a unique and enjoyable experience for visitors of all ages.

 

You can enjoy the Rabbitat, goathill, duck yard, Jersey cow and more. Walking paths & picnic area.

 

Please respect posted rules & regulations.

Please do not climb on or harass the animals.

405 Seymour Place

North Vancouver

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WHAT ELSE DOes Maplewood farm HAVE GOING ON?

July 16

 

Glenayre Elementary

495 Glencoe Drive

Port Moody

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hopon by Cycling BC

July 16

*Reservation Event*

9-10am for kids Level 1-2: Ages 6-8 who can ride a 2-wheel bike for 60 pedal strokes without stopping and tap head while riding

10-11am for kids Level 2-3: Ages 8-10 who can turn quickly, ride a bike off a curb and look behind while riding straight forward

11am-12pm for kids Level 4-5: Ages 9+ who can use gears, left front wheel, go for long rides and ride small ramps.

Please bring own bikes if possible, there will be a few extras if needed

Please arrive 15 minutes early for bike check.

HopOn is Cycling BC’s program inspiring young riders and connecting school groups in BC.
It's a hands-on-activity designed to spark student interest, gain skills and ignite a passion for cycling.  Cycling skills and safety  are taught within park grounds by our team of accredited coaches to help students build enthusiasm, confidence and courage. 

July 17

 

Üphoria Family yoga academy

July 17

(Previously also on 16th but now just 17th)

*Reservation Event*

Preferred for families who live in the local area

9-9:30 - Ages 3-5

9:45-10:15 - Ages 6-12

10:30-11:00 Ages 3-12 

Donations much appreciated to support this local family business ($5+ if possible per child)

 

Voted Vancouver's Best Yoga Studio 2021, Üphoria Yoga is Vancouver's First Family Yoga Academy offering : prenatal yoga, postnatal , kids yoga classes, family yoga, birthday parties, camps and more!

 

This welcoming class invites children to explore safe yoga postures in a fun and welcoming space.

The couple behind Uphoria Yoga understand that yoga is mentally and physically beneficial to everyone, no matter what their age.  They noticed age gaps in traditional programs. By providing more inclusive classes in a positive studio environment, a fresh new energy has been brought into the surrounding community.

July 18, 20 or 22

 
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Deer Lake Park, 5435 Sperling Ave, Burnaby

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deer lake boat rentals

July 18, 20 or 22

*Reservation Event*

One time experience per Kidsworld pass.

One adult and one child per boat.  Please register accordingly.

Reserve your time (between 3:30-7pm) in advance on the Reservation Events page then show your Kidsworld pass at the Boat Rentals for both child and adult to enjoy a 1 hour canoe or kayak experience at beautiful Deer Lake Park! 
Boaters can get a close-up look at weeping willow trees and dragon flies and enjoy a tour around the lake.

A $28 value.

Children under 16 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian and infants under 20 pounds are not allowed to go on a boat.   Parents must also sign a waiver form upon arrival.

Feel free to bring your own lifejackets and paddles, if you have them, to reduce the risk of the spread of Covid 19. Otherwise, we have all the necessary safety equipment and qualified competent staff to assist in providing you and your group with a truly amazing experience.

July 18

 
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sfu let's talk science mars exploration

July 18

*Online Reservation Event*

Aimed at Grades 3-6

2-3:30pm

You will need materials in order to do the activity.  Click the PDF below for details.

Learn about the challenges of getting to and operating in the extreme environment of The Red Planet. Designing and building a Mars lander will challenge your abilities to work as a team, use resources efficiently, make and revise plans, and integrate knowledge of basic physics.

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Online Reservation Event

Zoom link and list of supplies will be emailed to registered families in advance

JULY 18, 21-24

 

1395 176 St

Surrey

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URBAN SAFARI RESCUE

11am – 4pm

Thursdays to Mondays in July and August (excluding holidays).

Show your Kidsworld pass at the front desk for complimentary entrance for child and accompanying adult ($16 value).  One time entrance per pass.

Come explore the world of animals at Urban Safari Rescue Society. Urban Safari is a registered charity with the mission to rescue and provide sanctuary for unwanted exotic animals and education to the public about animals and the natural world. You can explore animals from around the world, animals that come from South America, Africa, Asia, Central America, Australia. Learn about insects, spiders, reptiles, amphibians, and small mammals. There are approximately 380 animals to see and learn about in this unique facility. Urban Safari also has a very impressive collection of mounted butterflies and other insects. Be curious - there is so much to learn.

JULY 19-22

 

BEATY BIODIVERSITY MUSEUM

Any Tuesday to Friday in July or August

10am – 4pm
Show your pass for complimentary admittance for Kidsworld member and guardian. $20 value!

One time per pass in the summer.

See the largest creature to have ever lived on earth, a Blue Whale skeleton hanging in the natural history Museum Atrium. Enjoy the many daily programs and hands-on discovery lab. 

2212 Main Mall

Vancouver (at UBC)

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JULY 19

 

Greater vancouver zoo zookeeper tours

July 12 and 19

*Reservation Event*

45 Minute Tours Hosted Throughout the Morning By the Zoo Education Department

One tour allowed per family.

The Greater Vancouver Zoo.

Where curiosity comes alive.

Dedicated to education and conservation, the Greater Vancouver Zoo is home to many rescued, donated and orphaned animals. The mission of the Greater Vancouver Zoo is to inspire appreciation of our ecosystems and engage the community to care, share and learn about animal conservation.

 

Come on July 12th or 19th (not both days) to enjoy a unique zookeeper talk experience where a member of the zoo team will introduce you to some of our animals and share their stories.  This guided tour is 45 minutes long.  The animals visited can change but we would likely meet the rhino, giraffes, lions, tiger and jaguars.

Please note that while this exclusive Kidsworld tour is free, the entrance to the Zoo before or after the tour is not included. However we also have a bonus discount!  From July 12 onwards to the end of the year you can show your Kidsworld pass at the front gate and with each adult ticket purchase, a child gets a free entrance.

JULY 21

 

Microsoft 

July 21

*ONLINE RESERVATION EVENT*

Hour of Code Minecraft (Ages 8+)

A Tale of Two Villages

1-2pm

This 60-minute virtual camp introduces attendees to block based coding with Minecraft education edition Attendees will explore the hour of code: a Minecraft tale of two villages world and solves coding puzzles to unit the feuding villagers.

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Online Event

After June 24 at 8am, visit the Reservation Events Page (link below) to sign up for the event through Microsoft.  Microsoft will email you the Microsoft Teams link before the event.

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WHAT ELSE DO THEY HAVE GOING ON throughout the year?

july 21

 
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5191 Robertson Road 

Westham Island, Ladner

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reifel bird sanctuary

July 21

*Reservation Event*

Arrive between 9-11am or 1-3pm (but can stay between 11am-1pm if arriving before 11am)

Sign up in advance through our reservation system then show your Kidsworld Pass(es) at the entrance for complimentary entrance for child and adult worth $8. Self-guided nature experience.

The George C. Reifel Migratory Bird Sanctuary has 850 acres of wetlands, marshes and low dykes that is is ideally located for or the millions of birds seeking feeding and resting areas during their annual migrations along the Pacific Coast.  It is a great place for bird watching for all ages.  In August you will see birds flying south from Alaska and the Arctic.  These birds often have specialized beaks for digging in the soft mud, and feed in outer outer shallow ponds at high tide.  With 6kms of walking trails, allow 2 hours on average for your visit.

Birdseed $1 a bag.