Teaching and Learning with Monarch Butterflies, Keswick Ridge (Fredericton), New Brunswick
August 11 & 12, 2014
KESWICK RIDGE SCHOOL
About this workshop
Welcome to the Keswick Ridge School situated just above the St. John Rover and only a 10 minute walk from the Mataquac Dam. It may be a small rural school, however, it is quickly becoming a leader in outdoor educational programming. While you are here you can wander the grounds and see our flower and vegetable gardens, have your lunch outside at the picnic tables or wander through the 1km wooded trail that comes out of the Conservation Council of New Brunswick's Tula Farm Grounds.
We are very excited to be able to offer this "Natural Curiosity" inspired MTN of Canada workshop at our school.
166 McKeen Drive, Keswick Ridge, NB, E6L 1N9
We are 20 minutes from downtown Fredericton on the 102 (Woodstock Road) towards Mataquac. Once you drive across the dam, take your first right up the hill on the 105. Once at the top, take the first left at the government garage and 400m later you are at the school.
2-day Workshop fee (snacks included) is $120.00/person + HST.
Please remember to bring your lunch, writing materials, and clothing appropriate for indoor and outdoor conditions; a camera is not necessary but highly recommended!
Note: Accommodations are not included as part of the workshop offerings, but we do recognize that because our workshop spans two days, some individuals may wish to know about local lodgings. We are unable to recommend any particular accommodations but please search "accommodations, Fredericton" to find options which may appeal to you. There is a hotel just 5 minutes from the school with a beautiful view of the river. There is also a local boating area, Mactaquac park for swimming and an 18 hole golf course.
Thank you to our Local Sponsors!