With the onset of summer comes languid days and longer evenings. Sunshine brings families out of their homes and into the parks, streets, and trails around British Columbia. Some children register in sport camps and work to hone skills in their sport of interest. Some take lessons in something new - everything from horseback riding to skateboarding. But overall, the theme of summer needs to be play. That wonderful time when there is no expected outcome, when imagination takes hold and time recedes. We need to play and our children need to play.
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