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NEW Travelling Exhibition and School Program at Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame

Thursday, January 24th, 2013

On January 15, 2013, Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame (CSHoF) opened a brand new travelling exhibition entitled The Perfect Match: Sport vs. Science. The exhibit is travelling to CSHoF from the Sherbrooke Museum of Nature and Science and focuses on improvements in sports performance through science and technology. This engaging and hands-on exhibition, tied to… Read More →

“Get To Know” Bioblitz June 23

Thursday, June 14th, 2012

The Ann & Sandy Cross Conservation Area in partnership with the Robert Bateman “Get to Know Your Wild Neighbours” contest will be hosting a Bioblitz on June 23 from 1-4pm. This is a great day to discover the wildlife in your own backyard. Activities include a fun scavenger hunt on the trails, our award winning… Read More →

Winter Walkabout has returned!

Friday, December 2nd, 2011

The snow is all around and there’s animals to be found! Come join us at the Ann & Sandy Cross Conservation Area for another year of our popular Winter Walkabout program. Your class will become super sleuths as they search for seasonal changes,  signs of animals and hide their pet mice in snowbanks. “ Our… Read More →

Hoppy Howl-o-ween Free Family Party

Wednesday, September 21st, 2011

Come and join the Calgary Humane Society as we wish all of our animals a “HOPPY HOWL-O-WEEN!”This FREE and fun family event will be hosted on October 30th from 1 – 3 p.m. at the Calgary Humane Society shelter. Enjoy a spooktacular scavenger hunt, which may debunk some popular myths about Halloween critters. Make a… Read More →

Share Your Care Fido Contest

Thursday, July 7th, 2011

Hello , The Ann & Sandy Cross Conservation Area has been selected as a finalist for the Fido Evergreen Share Your Care campaign If we are one of the top 3 projects to receive votes we will win a share of prize money. You can vote at www.shareyourcare.ca. Then select the Promote Wildlife Education project… Read More →