BC Bear Day, April 7, Capilano University

Bring the family to Capilano University for a fun opportunity to learn more about bears with displays, a nature walk, interactive presentations, games and more.

Come celebrate BC Bear Day this Saturday. Raincoast and its partners are hosting a free family friendly event for the community to learn more about bears. Join us this Saturday, April 7th from 1:00 to 4:00pm.

Join us for a free family afternoon, rain or shine! Bring the family for a fun-filled afternoon of crafts, face painting, storytelling, & educational music by The Wilds, featuring Holly Arntzen and Kevin Wright.

Saturday April 7th, 1 to 4 PM
Cedar Building Courtyard,
Capilano University
(if raining: Birch Cafeteria)

Learn more about bears with displays, a nature walk, interactive presentations, games, and more!

Suitable for all ages.

Download the poster (PDF)

Cover image for the BC Bear Day celebration on April 7th.

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