Are you interested in caring for your local creeks and streams? Would you like to learn the skills of streamkeeping? ARMS is hosting a streamkeepers course on September 14 and 15 with the Pacific Streamkeepers Federation in Maple Ridge. The course is offered free to participants.
ARMS staff is promising a “crazy fun time” during its summer programs The Times July 11, 2013 Kids can learn to use a compass and tie knots this summer at a popular summer camp put on by the Alouette River Management Society (ARMS). Week one from July 22 to 26 is already f
August 19-23, 2013 Campers will explore nature and learn about the ocean with a visit from the Vancouver Aquarium’s Aqua Van giving a hands-on, up-close look at sea life on our coastline. Daily themes include: predators and endangered species of the Fraser Valley, what lives in
Join us at ARMS for a summer camp of the ever popular & amazing outdoor adventure games. You will explore, experience and play versions of Manhunter, The Amazing Race and Survivor. Learn how to survive in nature and have lots of fun. You will try orienteering (learning how to use
Lifestyles Eco-Camp At this camp your child with learn all about nature and the relationship between a healthy ecosystem and their personal well-being. On Monday the children will grow sugar and borax crystals, and make their own soaps and candles with materials found outdoors. Nature
Ages: 6 to 12 years old Time: 9:30am to 2:00 pm Date: Monday, July 30 to Friday Aug. 3, 2012 Cost: $160.00 per week (M-F) or $40 per day During this week, our staff will trek campers through all things wild. Each day will have a special theme such as Wet Wildlife, The Lorax, and trail
Ages: 6 to 12 years old Time: 9:30am to 2:00 pm Date: Monday, July 9 to Friday July 13, 2012 Cost: $160.00 per week (M-F) or $40 per day Each Day Campers will learn and explore the many aspects of water. Our experienced and fun-loving guides will teach all about water works, water cyc
Spring, 2019 Brush Chipping Program Set-Out Deadlines.
In partnership with the City of Maple Ridge, Ridge Meadows Recycling Society administers the Spring & Fall Brush Chipping Program for Maple Ridge residents. The deadline for setting out branches for pickup for Maple Ridge residents WEST of 224th Street is Monday, March 25. The set-out deadline for residents EAST of 224th Street is Monday, April 8. All brush MUST be set out by the deadlines to be picked up.
Chipping in each area will take up to two weeks to complete. The number of days spent on each area depends on the amount of brush set out and the number of residents using the program. The program includes pick up and disposal of tree & shrub branches up to a total volume of 3 cubic meters (1 meter x 1 meter x 3 meters, roughly 3 feet x 3 feet x 9 feet – chippers are instructed to spend no more than 20 minutes at each household).
Explore the science, technology, engineering and arts of Harry Potter through a range of outdoor engagement and play! Whether you are soaring to new heights in a game of Quidditch or discovering new ways to turn plants into potions – at the end of this camp you’ll be sure to impress the Muggles ...
Join our new PIXAR camp for a range of outdoor play and engagement! We will be spending our days searching for some of our friends to help guide our nature adventures in Allco Park. Be on the lookout for Nemo, Dory, Woody, Mr. Potato Head and Flik. Additional child care options are available for Spr...