Welcome to the Central Valley Homeschoolers blog. We've created this blog to help homeschoolers stay connected, and as a place to announce upcoming field trips or other activities. If you would like to host an event or organize an activity, we would love to hear from you. Feel free to email us and we'll be sure to post all events as they are brought to our attention. We will also be posting activities that might interest the homeschooling community. If you are aware of any events that you haven't seen mentioned here, please let us know and we'll be sure to post it. Keep us bookmarked us and check back often. All our events are also listed on Facebook in the Annapolis Valley Homeschoolers group. Comments and suggestions are always welcome!

Friday, September 7, 2012

Alisa's September Schedule


Here is September's schedule. I hope to see you at some or all of our events this fall. Enjoy the harvest! 

Thank you.

Alisa Nguyen


Wednesday, September 5 - 10AM - Meet at Ocean Spirit Studio in downtown Canning (our home sweet home) after a busy summer for a coffee and a craft. :) http://www.oceanspiritstudio.com/
Wednesday, September 12 - 10AM - Blomidon Park Hike - Children's Nature Ramble. Children of all ages and their care givers are invited to join in on a monthly ramble along the Park’s trails with park employee and naturalist Charlane Bishop to see what we can see of the wondrous transformations of plant and animal life that happen every year through Spring, Summer, and Autumn. This is an all weather event so pull on your galoshes and raincoat and we’ll walk between the raindrops. Meet at Visitor Parking at the top of the hill. http://www.novascotiaparks.ca/parks/blomidon.asp

Wednesday, September 19 - 10AM - Noggins Farm, Greenwich, NS - U-Pick Apples, Wagon Ride and Corn maze. $6.33 for a bag of apples, which includes the wagon ride and admission to the play area. (Please pay at the gate) http://www.nogginsfarm.ca/

Wednesday, September 26 - 10AM - Field trip to Singing Nettles. We will take a short plant walk around her property and explore what is edible this fall. We will make some of her amazing lemonade too! Amanda Dainow's website is here: http://www.singingnettles.ca/ Please register for this field trip by emailing me. Thanks! 

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