Learn how to create two great products:
-Make your own roller ball remedy or signature perfume scent! Choose your own unique blend of essential oils for relaxation, invigoration, to relieve headaches, or simply for fragrance.
-Then, create a custom blend of rejuvenating bath salts to take home by combining flower petals, botanicals and salts, with an option to add fizz or milk powder.
This DIY workshop will provide instruction and all the materials to create a roller ball of essential oils and a container of bath salts. The workshop is recommended for ages 10+.
Make a weekend of it with mom to celebrate Mother’s Day at Manning Park Resort!
*Accommodation discount applies to workshop participants.
The Mossy Stump Soap Co. is a local company in Hope, BC specializing in handmade bath and body products along with clinical spa treatments such as Eurowave Pro and Clay Contour Body Wraps.
Click here to register for the workshop!
Kickoff to summer camping season. Boathouse opens (weather permitting) and first interpretive programs start. Follow our Facebook page to see the weekly interpretive program schedule!
Book your camping reservations with Discover Camping at https://secure.camis.com/DiscoverCamping/E.C.ManningProvincialPark
Sign up in advance with Hope Mountain Centre at: http://hopemountain.org/programs/manning-park-bird-blitz-june-15-17-2018/
Accommodation discount applies to participants! Book early to ensure availability.
This program is hosted by Hope Mountain Centre for Outdoor Learning, and all questions and registration is through them.
For more information and to REGISTER, visit: www.hopemountain.org
Yvette will share with us her detailed knowledge of the “traditional plants” used by First Nations for food, medicine, technology, and cultural practices. Scientists refer to this field of study as “ethnobotany,” which describes the many complex relationships that exist between humans and plants.
The hike will follow the Skagit River Trail, where the endangered Spotted Owl has been known to nest, and where Harlequin Ducks breed on the Skagit’s fast-flowing spring freshet. This route was traditionally used by the Stó:lo and other First Nations as a plant gathering and hunting area. In 1858, American gold miners built a trail up the valley to avoid British taxes. This trail is still in use today.
Lantern building workshop at Lightning Lake Day Use Area. Build your own floating lantern to launch it on Lightning Lake that evening!
Barbecue from 10-2pm. Lantern launch at Spruce Bay Beach at 9:30pm.
This incredible event is a highlight of the summer and is not to be missed!
$20/lantern kit, $30 for 2.