Vancouver Summer Adventure connects kids to healthy, educational fun
Anne Johnston, Public Health
Vancouver, WA ‒ Looking for family fun this summer? Vancouver Summer Adventure (VSA) connects kids and families to free and low-cost activities that show kids how to eat smart, play hard, experience nature, learn new things, and discover ways to serve our community. Participation is as easy as one, two, three:
1) Visit www.vancouversummeradventure.com and fill out the online registration form for each participating child.
2) Check out the VSA calendar page and choose activities and events.
3) Attend community activities and events and have fun!
You also can register your family at the VSA kickoff event at 1-3 p.m. Saturday, June 21, at Marshall Park, 1015 E. McLoughlin Blvd. Donít miss the fun and chance to win prizes. Try your hand at the sugar bean bag toss or hula hoop. Learn about incredible insects and backyard wildlife. Plant a vegetable start, build things, and have fun with Nature Explore Club Crafts. Enjoy story time in the park. A park cleanup activity will teach children how to give back to others.
Vancouver Summer Adventure continues until school starts in the fall.
Vancouver Summer Adventure is a partnership of the following organizations: U.S. Forest Service, Clark County Public Health, Additional Self Storage, Kiwanis Camp WA-RI-KI, Parks Foundation of Clark County, Clark County Green Neighbors, iQ Credit Union, Vancouver Family Magazine, Hope Heart Institute, Boys & Girls Club of Southwest Washington, Clark County Food Bank, Columbia Springs, Fort Vancouver Regional Library and city of Vancouver.