Hello Ward 4 Residents,
Register the kids for a summer nature adventure
Looking for activities to keep the kids entertained this summer? Send them on a nature adventure!
The City of Calgary’s nature day camps will keep your little critters busy as bees exploring bugs, birds, buds and beyond. These week-long, action-packed adventures provide a perfect blend of fresh air and fun where campers will learn about the natural world and its many wonders.
Nature day camps are offered July through August at the Inglewood Bird Sanctuary and Ralph Klein Park. Half-day camps are available for children four and five years old. These bite-sized adventures include daily nature walks, games and crafts. Full-day camps, designed for children six to 12, include in-depth investigations and outdoor explorations focused on specific themes, including wetlands, raptors and winged wonders. Visit calgary.ca/parksguide or call 403-268-3800 to register.
In 2017, The City of Calgary will celebrate Seniors’ Week from June 5 – 11 to acknowledge the contributions of seniors to our communities.
Whether it’s their time, talent or life experience, seniors’ contributions are at the heart of many Calgary communities improving the quality of life for many Calgarians. The City of Calgary supports seniors in many ways throughout the year; learn more at www.calgary.ca/SeniorsWeek.
Youth Employment Centre
Do you know someone aged 15-24 who is looking for work? The City of Calgary’s Youth Employment Centre (YEC) offers year-round services and resources to help youth, aged 15-24, secure employment and take the first step in their career.
YEC offers a variety of services FREE of charge including employment counseling, career planning, networking assistance, resume assistance, industry training and mentorship opportunities.
Youth who need support with their job search or career development are encouraged to drop by the office at 315 – 10 Avenue S.E. or visit youthemploymentcentre.ca.
Thank you for your attention,
Councillor Sean Chu, Ward 4