With baby due to arrive mid-summer the thought of making summer plans for the kids is a little bit overwhelming. When I was introduced to Kidsworld Vancouver I loved the idea of having a summer schedule of events laid out for you plus not having to worry about the cost that it would be to try to attend everything. The idea of a Kidsworld membership took the stress away and we are excited to try out new activities and explore more of Vancouver this summer.
Kidsworld provides a calendar of events throughout the whole summer (and year) that provides exceptional experiences for yours kids and family. Take the ease out of trying to figure out how to fit everything into your summer schedule and follow the program that KidsWorld has designed to allow you to experience more of Vancouver all summer long.
For the $50 cost of your summer membership you receive access to to a large number of organizations:
Vancouver Canadians | Museum of Anthropology | iRide by Cycling BC | Thunderbird Show Park
Whitecaps | Harbour Cruise | Rogers Arena | Bill Reid Gallery | Watermania | Keats Camps
Vancouver Maritime Museum | Vancouver Police Museum | Stanley Park Horse | 6 Pack Indoor Beach
Art Mania | Maplewood Farm | Beaty Biodiversity Museum | The Hive Bouldering | Richmond Go Karts
Young People’s Opera | Bear Creek Park Trains | Eco Dairy | Honeybee Centre & Much More
Head over to the Kidsworld Vancouver website to see what all they have to offer and sign your kids (ages 4-13) up for their membership to enjoy fun, athletic and educational experiences all summer long.
This post is done in partnership with Kidsworld Vancouver all views and opinions are my own.