Tidal WAV (pronounced “wave”) Outdoor Festival is a free public event offering practical suggestions to get children and adults outdoors more regularly. Time spent outdoors positively impacts well-being, physical, intellectual, and social development, as well as environmental ethics and practices.
On Friday, June 3rd, 2022, come to enjoy what Stanley Park has to offer and free WAV outdoor activities hosted by WAV volunteers.
9:30 am – Opening ceremony with Squamish Hereditary Chief, Ian Campbell
9:45 am – 2:45 pm – Dancing sessions with Wild Moccasin Dancer, Shyama Priya ( Signed Permission form required for this workshop)
10:30 – 1:30 pm – Soccer stations with Hall of Famer, Carrie Serwetnyk
2 pm – Words by Musqueam Elder and Artist, Shane Point
Check out details of all of the sessions on the events page of this WAV website including but not limited to the BC Literacy Council scavenger hunt and book give away, the Frontier College reading tent, orienteering, ocean literacy with OceanWise, SeaSmart, Friends of False Creek and the Institute of Environmental Learning, as well as skills stations with VSB Youth volunteers from the TREK program.
Wild About Vancouver (WAV) and The Institute for Environmental Learning (IEL) work collaboratively to enhance student, youth, and community learning about the environment and sustainability.