Ball's Falls

Ball's Falls

The Niagara Children’s Water Festival Committee, Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority and our partners – Niagara Region, City of St. Catharines, and Ontario Power Generation, provide a unique opportunity for students to learn about the importance of water – our precious natural resource, by participating in exciting hands-on activities.

Drinking WaterThe 2016 Niagara Children’s Water Festival runs from May 10th to 13th. Teachers – admission is free and we arrange and pay for your bus transportation, so don’t miss your chance to learn all about water and the many ways it impacts our lives and the world around us.

Wondering what goes on at the Water Festival? Check out the video below and see some of the fun ways your students can learn about water! 

For more information, visit the Niagara Children's Water Festival Website.

Tuesday, May 10, 2016 - 09:00 to Friday, May 13, 2016 - 13:00
3292 Sixth Avenue, Beamsville, ON L0R 1S0
Ball's Falls

Ball's Falls

The Niagara Children’s Water Festival Committee, Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority and our partners – Niagara Region, City of St. Catharines, and Ontario Power Generation, provide a unique opportunity for students to learn about the importance of water – our precious natural resource, by participating in exciting hands-on activities.

Drinking WaterThe 2016 Niagara Children’s Water Festival runs from May 10th to 13th. Teachers – admission is free and we arrange and pay for your bus transportation, so don’t miss your chance to learn all about water and the many ways it impacts our lives and the world around us.

Wondering what goes on at the Water Festival? Check out the video below and see some of the fun ways your students can learn about water! 

For more information, visit the Niagara Children's Water Festival Website.

Tuesday, May 10, 2016 - 09:00 to Friday, May 13, 2016 - 13:00
3292 Sixth Avenue, Beamsville, ON L0R 1S0
Battle of Beaverdams Park

Battle of Beaverdams Park

The Thorold Discovery Walk pamphlet says this historical ten acre passive park was created in 1976 on the in filled channel of the second Welland Canal, but despite the name it's not the site of the battle itself. However, it commemorates both Laura Ingersoll Secord and the soldiers involved in the decisive Battle of Beaverdams in 1813.

 

The park is situated in the heart of Thorold just around the corner from the downtown core.

Sullivan Ave, Thorold, ON
Battle of Beaverdams Park

Battle of Beaverdams Park

The Thorold Discovery Walk pamphlet says this historical ten acre passive park was created in 1976 on the in filled channel of the second Welland Canal, but despite the name it's not the site of the battle itself. However, it commemorates both Laura Ingersoll Secord and the soldiers involved in the decisive Battle of Beaverdams in 1813.

 

The park is situated in the heart of Thorold just around the corner from the downtown core.

Sullivan Ave, Thorold, ON