Tiny Ones 3 Week LATE Fall Session -Thursdays
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This THREE SESSION program, offered by TimberNook Saskatoon, is designed as a nature enrichment program for children walking age to 5 years old with a caregiver. This session will meet ONE day a week on Thursdays.
Program Dates: Thursdays, October 13, 20, 27
Ages: Walking to age 5 with ONE caregiver per child
Times: 9:30-11:30 AM
Location: TimberNook Saskatoon https://goo.gl/maps/F5y62tPWijUh1Gzr6
Tiny Ones is a caregiver and a child program. This program introduces our littlest TimberNook players to the joys of experiential outdoor play in the meantime caregivers can connect.
- Arrival begins at 9:25 am.
- This program is 100% outdoor nature program. Weather-appropriate attire is required.
- Babes in arms are invited to attend at no cost.
- The specifics about this program will be emailed one week prior to the start date.
- Weekly emails with beautiful photos containing a summary of each day are included.
- There are no refunds for missing days due to illness or poor weather.
- For summer and seasonal camps/programs, you will be charged the full camp tuition amount upon checkout. There is a $50 non-refundable deposit for any summer or seasonal camp/program cancellation. Summer and seasonal camp/program cancellations received at least 4 weeks prior to the start of your camp will receive a full refund MINUS the $50 deposit. All other cancellations are ineligible for a refund. There will be no refunds for cancellations due to acts of God (including weather-related cancellations), natural disasters, or epidemics. We recognize that such events are unlikely to occur; but if one does, we will issue credit vouchers for the full amount paid for the affected program.
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TimberNook Saskatoon is designed as an enrichment program for children. Allow your child to play the TimberNook Way!
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