BC SPCA summer campers will make new friends and learn about animals

Sign up for BC SPCA summer camps in Surrey

Kids ages six to 12 are invited to sign up for week-long camps to learn about animals and more

The BC SPCA is hosting summer camps for kids in Surrey, where week-long camps for ages six to 12 are planned for July and August.

The camps offer a variety of activities, from outdoor and indoor games, guest speakers and creative projects, along with shelter tours and visits.

The camps teach children about companion, farm and wild animals and help them develop skills to help make a difference for animals in their community.

“There is always something new for returning campers, but for those who have never attended, they can expect to have fun and make friends while learning about animals and how we can best care for and protect them,” says Paula Neuman, humane education manager with the BC SPCA.

Register online at www.spca.bc.ca, camp@spca.bc.ca or by calling 604-709-4679.

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