Nature at night is a magical experience. Wander forest trails decorated with glowing animal lanterns and meet friendly forest creatures who will delight you with tales of nature’s wonders.
There will also be a cozy campfire where you can roast a marshmallow, a tent where you can try your hand(s) at drumming and an exhibitor zone featuring booths and activities by community organizations such as OWL (Orphaned Wildlife Rehabilitation), BC Community Bats Program, Stanley Park Ecology Society and more.
Presented with Pacific Spirit Park Society.
When: Friday, March 17 and Saturday, March 18; 7:00 pm to 9:30 pm
Where: Pacific Spirit Regional Park, 16th Avenue park centre (400 m west of Blanca Street)
Who: All ages.
How much: FREE. Registration is required for a designated entry time.
How to register:
Good to know:
- Allow 1 hour to complete.
- Bring a flashlight or lantern.
- Bring your own mug (for hot drinks at the cash-only Girl Guide concession).
- Please leave pets at home.
- Street parking is limited. Take transit.
Night Quest is kept free thanks to the support of individual donors like you. Please help keep the magic alive for years to come by supporting
Night Quest today.