Fraser Valley Spring School



June 15 & 16, 2013

Yarrow Community Hall  4670 Community St. Yarrow, B C

Nurturing the Young for an

Ever-Advancing Civilization

During this weekend we will be discussing the power of youth to change the world and the role that adults have in supporting the youth.  The weekend will include: Sto:lo Welcome, Arts Workshop by Nancy Watters and a community devotional on Saturday night that will highlight musical presentations.  The devotional starts at 8:00 and is open to the community at large (no charge)

The preyouth program will be exploring the human being's twofold moral purpose of personal transformation and contribution to the betterment of society.  As part of that, they will be touring and volunteerign at the Yarrow Eco-village and considerign the role fo the right of God.

Part of the Children’s class program will be touring a mini horse rescue operation (weather permitting) and how kindness to animals promotes societal welling.  They will also be learning prayers, songs, making crafts and participating in outdoor games.  An experienced and enthusiastic team of children’s class teachers has been assembled to provide an exciting and inspiring event.                                                                                  Register online at

Age 15 and up:  Saturday $22.00/ Sunday $17.00

Ages 4-14 :  Saturday $10.00/Sunday$ 5.00

Children 3 and under Free                                          

Family Rates:   Saturday $15.00 each parent plus $10.00 per child.

                       Sunday $10.00 per parent plus $5.00 per child.

 Includes: Registration, materials, meals & snacks.

Facilities:The Yarrow Community Hall is in a beautiful country location next to the walking path dikes along the Vedder River. 

-    handicap accessible

-    close to stores and fruit stands

-    has a large outdoor area including community tennis courts

There are no accommodations on site but there are many nearby, including camping, RV, cabins, motels, hotels, and bed & breakfasts. More information on accommodations can be found on the Tourism BC website:

Additional Information: Regional Schools Coordinating Committee at




Posted on 5/25/2013 3:05:00 PM by cheryl

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