Waterloo Wellington Children’s Groundwater Festival
The Waterloo Wellington Children’s Groundwater Festival annually educates up to 5,000 students in grades 2 through 5 about the importance of water in their daily lives. Through fun and interactive activities volunteers teach students to respect and conserve our valuable water resources.
The Festival has over 52 hands-on activity centres that challenge students to consider the importance of water to themselves, their families and to their community. Since 1996 more than 80,000 students have attended this important annual week-long event. For additional information, or to sign up please follow the link below:
H2Awesome is a one day engaging celebration about water conservation and the importance of this precious resource. This conference includes a series of speakers as well as over 20 different hands-on workshop series that focus on a variety of different learning styles from the arts to science and technology. It is provided to all grade 8 students in the City of Guelph as a direct link and relevance to the grade 8 science curriculum (Understanding Earth and Space Systems: Water Systems).
Water education for the entire family
For the week of March break the City celebrates water in anticipation of Canada Water Week a celebration of water from coast-to-coast-to-coast. During the week of March break kids can come to the Guelph public libraries to learn about how Guelph gets it drinking water, the water cycle, how to conserve water at home, pollution prevention, storm water management, and the Yellow Fish Road program.
Free temporary tattoos, stickers, games and prizes!