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Indigenous Conservation Campfire Conversation

Time: 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Location: Virtual

Join us in 2024 for a monthly online discussion on Indigenous conservation. Each month, participants will read, listen or view content about Indigenous conservation. Our Indigenous Engagement Coordinator Bob Montgomery will then host an online conversation to discuss that article, podcast or video.

This series is a judgment-free zone designed for professional curiosity and development. Ask questions, share thoughts and learn together about the importance of Indigenous connection to and protection of land, water and climate.

Learn more and register today.

Indigenous Conservation Campfire Conversation

Time: 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Location: Virtual

Join us in 2024 for a monthly online discussion on Indigenous conservation. Each month, participants will read, listen or view content about Indigenous conservation. Our Indigenous Engagement Coordinator Bob Montgomery will then host an online conversation to discuss that article, podcast or video.

This series is a judgment-free zone designed for professional curiosity and development. Ask questions, share thoughts and learn together about the importance of Indigenous connection to and protection of land, water and climate.

Learn more and register today.

Plentiful Pollinators: Guided Walk

Time: 10:00 am - 11:00 am
Location: Miquelon Lake Provincial Park Centre, meet in front of the Park Visitor Centre

Super heroes are among us! Some have super strong electro-static powers or even feeding an entire planet. Despite their small stature we call them pollinators. Join Miquelon PP staff on this guided walk to learn how you too can be a super hero and save the world with them.

Please note for all programs:

  • Difficulty: Easy to medium for uneven terrain
  • All Programs meet in front of the Visitor Centre
  • All ages welcome
  • Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult
  • Please be dressed for the weather and insects
  • No alcohol, pets or smoking permitted during programs

Find more Miquelon Lake Provincial Park activities and events here.

Peek in a Pond - Family Program

Time: 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Location: Miquelon Park Centre Program meets at the picnic tables behind the Park Visitor Centre

Ever wonder what lies beneath the surface? Dive in to this fun and interactive program to discover for yourself what kind of critters call Grebe Pond home. Get down on your bellies and dip into the reeds to see what you will catch at this free event.

Please note:

  • Program meets at the picnic tables behind the Park Visitor Centre
  • All ages welcome
  • Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult
  • Please be dressed for the weather and insects
  • No alcohol, pets or smoking permitted during programs

Find more Miquelon Lake Provincial Park activities and events here.

Forrest Skunk - Theatre Show

Time: 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Location: Miquelon Lake Provincial Park, Amphitheatre Stage - Campground Loop A

Spray, Forrest, spray! Come along on an adventure as Forrest Skunk runs to try and find Mama. Along the way he’ll make new friends and learn how the Park’s plants and animals defend themselves to the dangers of the world. As Mama always said, “stinkin’ is as stinkn’ does.”

Please note:

  • All ages welcome
  • Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult
  • Please be dressed for the weather and insects
  • No alcohol, pets or smoking permitted during programs
  • Want a part in the show? Come early to volunteer for a spot.

Find more Miquelon Lake Provincial Park activities and events here.

Plentiful Pollinators - Guided Walk

Time: 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Location: Miquelon Lake Provincial Park Centre, meet in front of the Park Visitor Centre

Super Heroes are amongst us! Some have super strong electro-static powers or even feeding an entire planet. Despite their small stature we call them pollinators. Join Park staff on this guided walk to learn how you too can be a super hero and save the world with them.

Please note for all programs:

  • Difficulty: Easy to medium for uneven terrain
  • All guided walks meet in front of the Visitor Centre
  • All ages welcome
  • Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult
  • Please be dressed for the weather and insects
  • No alcohol, pets or smoking permitted during programs

Find more Miquelon Lake Provincial Park activities and events here.

Snakes of Alberta - Indoor Presentation

Time: 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm
Location: Miquelon Lake Provincial Park Centre, Aspen Room inside the Park Visitor Centre

It’s a tough life being a noodle, but Alberta’s snakes have amazing super-powers to live in extreme places and face big dangers. In this indoor family presentation, we will explore the amazing diversity of Alberta’s snake species, snake myth-busting and how to stay safe when being near them. The park animal ambassadors Puzzle and/or Riddle might even make an appearance.

Please note:

  • All ages welcome
  • Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult
  • No alcohol, pets or smoking permitted during programs

Find more Miquelon Lake Provincial Park activities and events here.

Bugology 101 - Family Program

Time: 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Location: Miquelon Lake Provincial Park Centre, program begins behind the Park Visitor Centre

 

Is a lady bug really a bug? Some may think they are creepy crawlies, but insects and other invertebrates are fascinating critters with amazing adaptations. Come over and look at the secret lives of some of the tiniest park animals.

Please note:

  • Program meets at the picnic tables behind the Park Visitor Centre
  • All ages welcome
  • Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult
  • Please be dressed for the weather and insects
  • No alcohol, pets or smoking permitted during programs

Find more Miquelon Lake Provincial Park activities and events here.

Plentiful Pollinators: Guided Walk

Time: 10:00 am - 11:00 am
Location: Miquelon Lake Provincial Park Centre Meet in front of the Park Visitor Centre

Super heroes are among us! Some have super strong electro-static powers or even feeding an entire planet. Despite their small stature we call them pollinators. Join Park staff on this guided walk to learn how you too can be a super hero and save the world with them.

Please note for all programs:

  • Difficulty: Easy to Medium for uneven terrain
  • All Programs meet in front of the Visitor Centre
  • All ages welcome
  • Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult
  • Please be dressed for the weather and insects
  • No alcohol, pets or smoking permitted during programs

Find more Miquelon Lake Provincial Park activities and events here.

Wild Things Walk

Time: 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Location: Miquelon Lake Provincial Park Centre, meet in front of the Park Visitor Centre

Let’s go discover the wild side of Miquelon. Journey with a Park Interpreter along Grebe Pond Trail to explore this season’s plants and animals. Whether you are interested in seeing baby animals and pretty flowers or like to identify everything around you, there is something for everyone on this walk.

Please note for all programs:

  • Difficulty: Easy to Medium for uneven terrain
  • All Guided Walks meet in front of the Visitor Centre
  • All ages welcome
  • Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult
  • Please be dressed for the weather and insects
  • No alcohol, pets or smoking permitted during programs

Find more Miquelon Lake Provincial Park activities and events here.

N.I. Nature Investigators - Family Program

Time: 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Location: Miquelon Lake Provincial Park Centre, program meets at the Picnic Tables behind the Park Visitor Centre

Can you solve the Miquelon mysteries? There are many clues in uncovering the secret lives of Miquelon’s animals. Join the Park's investigative interpreter as they teach you how to snoop, spy, and identify the tracks and traces they leave behind.

Please note:

  • Program meets at the Picnic Tables behind the Park Visitor Centre
  • All ages welcome
  • Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult
  • Please be dressed for the weather and insects
  • No alcohol, pets or smoking permitted during programs

Find more Miquelon Lake Provincial Park activities and events here.

Forrest Skunk - Theatre Show

Time: 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Location: Miquelon Lake Provincial Park, amphitheatre stage - campground loop A

Spray, Forrest, spray! Come along on an adventure as Forrest Skunk runs to try and find Mama. Along the way he’ll make new friends and learn how the Park’s plants and animals defend themselves to the dangers of the world. As Mama always said, “stinkin’ is, as stinkn’ does.”

Please note:

  • All ages welcome
  • Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult
  • Please be dressed for the weather and insects
  • No alcohol, pets or smoking permitted during programs
  • Want a part in the show? Come early to volunteer for a spot.

Find more Miquelon Lake Provincial Park activities and events here.

Plentiful Pollinators - Guided Walk

Time: 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Location: Miquelon Lake Provincial Park Centre, meet in front of the Park Visitor Centre

Super heroes are among us! Some have super strong electro-static powers or even feeding an entire planet. Despite their small stature we call them pollinators. Join Park staff on this guided walk to learn how you too can be a super hero and save the world with them.

Please note for all programs:

  • Difficulty: Easy to Medium for uneven terrain
  • All Guided Walks meet in front of the Visitor Centre
  • All ages welcome
  • Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult
  • Please be dressed for the weather and insects
  • No alcohol, pets or smoking permitted during programs

Find more Miquelon Lake Provincial Park activities and events here.

Snakes of Alberta - Indoor Presentation

Time: 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm
Location: Miquelon Lake Provincial Park Centre, Aspen Room inside the Park Visitor Centre

It’s a tough life being a noodle, but Alberta’s snakes have amazing super-powers to live in extreme places and face big dangers. In this indoor family presentation, we will explore the amazing diversity of Alberta’s snake species, snake myth-busting and how to stay safe when being near them. The Park animal ambassadors Puzzle and/or Riddle might even make an appearance.

Please note:

  • All ages welcome
  • Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult
  • No alcohol, pets or smoking permitted during programs

Find more Miquelon Lake Provincial Park activities and events here.

Beaver Buddies - Family Program

Time: 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Location: Miquelon Lake Provincial Park Centre, program meets at the picnic tables behind the Park

This Park is having a beaver bonanza! Why is Miquelon the perfect place for these curious creatures? Did you know beavers have special powers? How can we be a beaver buddy? Join this fun family program to answer these questions and more.

Please note:

  • Program meets at the picnic tables behind the Park Visitor Centre
  • All ages welcome
  • Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult
  • Please be dressed for the weather and insects
  • No alcohol, pets or smoking permitted during programs

Find more Miquelon Lake Provincial Park activities and events here.

Plentiful Pollinators: Guided Walk

Time: 10:00 am - 11:00 am
Location: Miquelon Lake Provincial Park Centre, meet in front of the Park Visitor Centre

Super heroes are among us! Some have super strong electro-static powers or even feeding an entire planet. Despite their small stature we call them pollinators. Join Park staff on this guided walk to learn how you too can be a super hero and save the world with them.

Please note for all programs:

  • Difficulty: Easy to medium for uneven terrain
  • All programs meet in front of the Visitor Centre
  • All ages welcome
  • Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult
  • Please be dressed for the weather and insects
  • No alcohol, pets or smoking permitted during programs

Find more Miquelon Lake Provincial Park activities and events here.

Wild Things Walk

Time: 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Location: Miquelon Lake Provincial Park Centre, meet in front of the Park Visitor Centre

Let’s go discover the wild side of Miquelon. Journey with a Park Interpreter along Grebe Pond Trail to explore this season’s plants and animals. Whether you are interested in seeing baby animals and pretty flowers or like to identify everything around you, there is something for everyone on this walk.

Please note for all programs:

  • Difficulty: Easy to medium for uneven terrain
  • All guided walks meet in front of the Visitor Centre
  • All ages welcome
  • Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult
  • Please be dressed for the weather and insects
  • No alcohol, pets or smoking permitted during programs

Find more Miquelon Lake Provincial Park activities and events here.

Forrest Skunk - Theatre Show

Time: 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Location: Miquelon Lake Provincial Park amphitheatre stage - campground loop A

Spray, Forrest, spray! Come along on an adventure as Forrest Skunk runs to try and find Mama. Along the way he’ll make new friends and learn how the Park’s plants and animals defend themselves to the dangers of the world. As Mama always said, “stinkin’ is, as stinkn’ does.”

Please note:

  • All ages welcome
  • Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult
  • Please be dressed for the weather and insects
  • No alcohol, pets or smoking permitted during programs
  • Want a part in the show? Come early to volunteer for a spot

Find more Miquelon Lake Provincial Park activities and events here.

Plentiful Pollinators - Guided Walk

Time: 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Location: Miquelon Lake Provincial Park Centre, meet in front of the Park Visitor Centre

Super heroes are among us! Some have super strong electro-static powers or even feeding an entire planet. Despite their small stature we call them pollinators. Join us on this guided walk to learn how you too can be a super hero and save the world with them.

Please note for all programs:

  • Difficulty: Easy to medium for uneven terrain
  • All guided walks meet in front of the Visitor Centre
  • All ages welcome
  • Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult
  • Please be dressed for the weather and insects
  • No alcohol, pets or smoking permitted during programs

Find more Miquelon Lake Provincial Park activities and events here.

Snakes of Alberta - Indoor Presentation

Time: 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm
Location: Miquelon Lake Provincial Park Centre, Aspen Room inside the Park Visitor Centre

It’s a tough life being a noodle, but Alberta’s snakes have amazing super-powers to live in extreme places and face big dangers. In this indoor family presentation, we will explore the amazing diversity of Alberta’s snake species, snake myth-busting and how to stay safe when being near them. Our park animal ambassadors Puzzle and/or Riddle might even make an appearance.

Please note:

  • All ages welcome
  • Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult
  • No alcohol, pets or smoking permitted during programs

Find more Miquelon Lake Provincial Park activities and events here.

Feathered Fun - Family Program

Time: 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Location: Miquelon Lake Provincial Park Centre, program meets at the picnic tables behind the Park Visitor Centre

It's a plane! It's a drone! No, wait...it's a Cedar Waxwing!? The fun of bird watching never ends through games and family activities, as you discover how to look for and tell each bird apart from the other.

Please note:

  • Program meets at the picnic tables behind the Park Visitor Centre
  • All ages welcome
  • Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult
  • Please be dressed for the weather and insects
  • No alcohol, pets or smoking permitted during programs

Find more Miquelon Lake Provincial Park activities and events here.

Plentiful Pollinators: Guided Walk

Time: 10:00 am - 11:00 am
Location: Miquelon Lake Provincial Park Centre, meet in front of the Park Visitor Centre

Super heroes are among us! Some have super strong electro-static powers or even feeding an entire planet. Despite their small stature we call them pollinators. Join Park staff on this guided walk to learn how you too can be a super hero and save the world with them.

Please note for all programs:

  • Difficulty: Easy to medium for uneven terrain
  • All Programs meet in front of the Visitor Centre
  • All ages welcome
  • Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult
  • Please be dressed for the weather and insects
  • No alcohol, pets or smoking permitted during programs

Find more Miquelon Lake Provincial Park activities and events here.

 

Wild Things Walk

Time: 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Location: Miquelon Lake Provincial Park Centre, meet in front of the Park Visitor Centre

Let’s go discover the wild side of Miquelon. Journey with a Park Interpreter along Grebe Pond Trail to explore this season’s plants and animals. Whether you are interested in seeing baby animals and pretty flowers or like to identify everything around you, there is something for everyone on this walk.

Please note for all programs:

  • Difficulty: Easy to medium for uneven terrain
  • All guided walks meet in front of the Visitor Centre
  • All ages welcome
  • Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult
  • Please be dressed for the weather and insects
  • No alcohol, pets or smoking permitted during programs

Find more Miquelon Lake Provincial Park activities and events here.

Bugology 101 - Family Program

Time: 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Location: Miquelon Lake Provincial Park Centre Program begins behind the Park Visitor Centre

Is a lady bug really a bug? Some may think they are creepy crawlies, but insects and other invertebrates are fascinating critters with amazing adaptations. Come over and look at the secret lives of some of the tiniest park animals.

Please note:

  • Program meets at the Picnic Tables behind the Park Visitor Centre
  • All ages welcome
  • Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult
  • Please be dressed for the weather and insects
  • No alcohol, pets or smoking permitted during programs

Find more Miquelon Lake Provincial Park activities and events here.

Forrest Skunk - Theatre Show

Time: 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Location: Miquelon Lake Provincial Park, amphitheatre stage - campground loop A

Spray, Forrest, spray! Come along on an adventure as Forrest Skunk runs to try and find Mama. Along the way he’ll make new friends and learn how the Park’s plants and animals defend themselves to the dangers of the world. As Mama always said, “stinkin’ is, as stinkn’ does.”

Please note:

  • All ages welcome
  • Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult
  • Please be dressed for the weather and insects
  • No alcohol, pets or smoking permitted during programs
  • Want a part in the show? Come early to volunteer for a spot.

Find more Miquelon Lake Provincial Park activities and events here.

Plentiful Pollinators - Guided Walk

Time: 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Location: Miquelon Lake Provincial Park Centre, meet in front of the Park Visitor Centre

Super heroes are among us! Some have super strong electro-static powers or even feeding an entire planet. Despite their small stature we call them pollinators. Join Park staff on this guided walk to learn how you too can be a super hero and save the world with them.

Please note for all programs:

  • Difficulty: Easy to Medium for uneven terrain
  • All Guided Walks meet in front of the Visitor Centre
  • All ages welcome
  • Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult
  • Please be dressed for the weather and insects
  • No alcohol, pets or smoking permitted during programs

Find more Miquelon Lake Provincial Park activities and events here.

Snakes of Alberta - Indoor Presentation

Time: 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm
Location: Miquelon Lake Provincial Park Centre, Aspen Room inside the Park Visitor Centre

It’s a tough life being a noodle, but Alberta’s snakes have amazing super-powers to live in extreme places and face big dangers. In this indoor family presentation, we will explore the amazing diversity of Alberta’s snake species, snake myth-busting and how to stay safe when being near them. The Park animal ambassadors Puzzle and/or Riddle might even make an appearance.

Please note:

  • All ages welcome
  • Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult
  • No alcohol, pets or smoking permitted during programs

Find more Miquelon Lake Provincial Park activities and events here.

Plentiful Pollinators: Guided Walk

Time: 10:00 am - 11:00 am
Location: Miquelon Lake Provincial Park Centre, meet in front of the Park Visitor Centre

Super heroes are among us! Some have super strong electro-static powers or even feeding an entire planet. Despite their small stature we call them pollinators. Join us on this guided walk to learn how you too can be a super hero and save the world with them.

Please note for all programs:

  • Difficulty: Easy to medium for uneven terrain
  • All programs meet in front of the Visitor Centre
  • All ages welcome
  • Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult
  • Please be dressed for the weather and insects
  • No alcohol, pets or smoking permitted during programs

Find more Miquelon Lake Provincial Park activities and events here.

Wild Things Walk

Time: 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Location: Miquelon Lake Provincial Park Centre, meet in front of the Park Visitor Centre

Let’s go discover the wild side of Miquelon. Journey with a Park Interpreter along Grebe Pond Trail to explore this season’s plants and animals. Whether you are interested in seeing baby animals and pretty flowers or like to identify everything around you, there is something for everyone on this walk.

Please note for all programs:

  • Difficulty: Easy to medium for uneven terrain
  • All guided walks meet in front of the Visitor Centre
  • All ages welcome
  • Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult
  • Please be dressed for the weather and insects
  • No alcohol, pets or smoking permitted during programs

Find more Miquelon Lake Provincial Park activities and events here.

Peek in a Pond - Family Program

Time: 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Location: Miquelon Lake Provincial Park Centre, program meets at the picnic tables behind the Park Visitor Centre

Ever wonder what lies beneath the surface? Dive in to this fun and interactive program to discover for yourself what kind of critters call Grebe Pond home. Get down on your bellies and dip into the reeds to see what you will catch.

Please note:

  • Program meets at the picnic tables behind the Park Visitor Centre
  • All ages welcome
  • Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult
  • Please be dressed for the weather and insects
  • No alcohol, pets or smoking permitted during programs

Find more Miquelon Lake Provincial Park activities and events here.

Forrest Skunk - Theatre Show

Time: 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Location: Miquelon Lake Provincial Park, amphitheatre stage - campground loop A

Spray, Forrest, spray! Come along on an adventure as Forrest Skunk runs to try and find Mama. Along the way he’ll make new friends and learn how the Park’s plants and animals defend themselves to the dangers of the world. As Mama always said, “stinkin’ is, as stinkn’ does.”

Please note:

  • All ages welcome
  • Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult
  • Please be dressed for the weather and insects
  • No alcohol, pets or smoking permitted during programs
  • Want a part in the show? Come early to volunteer for a spot.

Find more Miquelon Lake Provincial Park activities and events here.

Indigenous Conservation Campfire Conversation

Time: 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Location: Virtual

Join us in 2024 for a monthly online discussion on Indigenous conservation. Each month, participants will read, listen or view content about Indigenous conservation. Our Indigenous Engagement Coordinator Bob Montgomery will then host an online conversation to discuss that article, podcast or video.

This series is a judgment-free zone designed for professional curiosity and development. Ask questions, share thoughts and learn together about the importance of Indigenous connection to and protection of land, water and climate.

Learn more and register today.

Indigenous Conservation Campfire Conversation

Time: 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Location: Virtual

Join us in 2024 for a monthly online discussion on Indigenous conservation. Each month, participants will read, listen or view content about Indigenous conservation. Our Indigenous Engagement Coordinator Bob Montgomery will then host an online conversation to discuss that article, podcast or video.

This series is a judgment-free zone designed for professional curiosity and development. Ask questions, share thoughts and learn together about the importance of Indigenous connection to and protection of land, water and climate.

Learn more and register today.

Indigenous Conservation Campfire Conversation

Time: 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Location: Virtual

Join us in 2024 for a monthly online discussion on Indigenous conservation. Each month, participants will read, listen or view content about Indigenous conservation. Our Indigenous Engagement Coordinator Bob Montgomery will then host an online conversation to discuss that article, podcast or video.

This series is a judgment-free zone designed for professional curiosity and development. Ask questions, share thoughts and learn together about the importance of Indigenous connection to and protection of land, water and climate.

Learn more and register today.

Indigenous Conservation Campfire Conversation

Time: 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Location: Virtual

Join us in 2024 for a monthly online discussion on Indigenous conservation. Each month, participants will read, listen or view content about Indigenous conservation. Our Indigenous Engagement Coordinator Bob Montgomery will then host an online conversation to discuss that article, podcast or video.

This series is a judgment-free zone designed for professional curiosity and development. Ask questions, share thoughts and learn together about the importance of Indigenous connection to and protection of land, water and climate.

Learn more and register today.

Indigenous Conservation Campfire Conversation

Time: 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Location: Virtual

Join us in 2024 for a monthly online discussion on Indigenous conservation. Each month, participants will read, listen or view content about Indigenous conservation. Our Indigenous Engagement Coordinator Bob Montgomery will then host an online conversation to discuss that article, podcast or video.

This series is a judgment-free zone designed for professional curiosity and development. Ask questions, share thoughts and learn together about the importance of Indigenous connection to and protection of land, water and climate.

Learn more and register today.