Tidal WAV Returns

Wild About Vancouver (WAV) Outdoor Education Festival is a free public outdoor education festival offering practical ways to get children (and adults) outdoors more regularly. WAV is open to the public and aims to unite and create long-term sustainable outdoor experiential learning networks for organizations, schools, youth programs, and the broader citizenry of Vancouver. WAV isContinue reading “Tidal WAV Returns”

Noticing Trees

Autumn arrives differently, depending on where you happen to live in the world.   In my life as a Vancouverite in British Columbia, the experience of the season is heralded by trees. You would have to be hard pressed not to notice the reds, yellows, oranges, burgundy and browns of the trees in fall.   We learned in schoolContinue reading “Noticing Trees”

A Celebration of Batman Day

Who knew? The official Batman Day is September 19th. Batman has a special place in my heart. My older sister, Debbie, was the Batman of my childhood. I am three years younger, and was relegated to the position of Robin, very enthusiastic and supportive sidekick. In a world where my mother was a slave toContinue reading “A Celebration of Batman Day”