It was a great day at the bush plane centre

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Yesterday was a really good day at the Canadian Bushplane Heritage Centre, a day that put an even bigger smile on Edie Collins-Suriano , marketing and events director of the centre.

First of all it was the first day of Summer, second of all Collins-Suriano celebrated seven years on the job and the icing on the cake was the popular tourist attraction once again taking top honours  receiving the Award of Excellence from Trip Advisor!!

The Centre has a great track record with the award, winning it in 2012, 2014, 2015 and 2016. I dont know what happened in 2013 Collins-Suriano laughed.

Its shaping up to be a busy summer at the CBHC. Two great events are coming to the Bushplane Museum in celebration of Canada’s 150

Actua’s maker Mobile Tour coming to the Canadian Bushplane Heritage Centre!

Entomica and the Bushplane Museum are bringing a nation-wide travelling science program- the ACTUA Maker Mobile- to SSM on July 5th. This is a wonderful Canada’s 150 initiative. The event is only here for a day and open to 180 children for the ½ day program. Children can register for morning session 9:30-12:30 or afternoon session 1:30-4:30. In addition Entomica is bringing bugs and the Bushplane is organizing events including our new Nature Exchange Program. Registration is $!5.00 a child.

The program is geared to children from grade 6-8 but all grades are welcome. Registration forms are available on line or at the Canadian Bushplane Heritage Centre.

Registration in on a first come basis.

The Power of Ideas Tour comes to the Bushplane Centre July 17-19, 2017

Get Ready to Question Everything!
The Power of Ideas Tour is travelling across the country as part of the nationwide Innovation 150 celebrations marking Canada’s 150th anniversary.
They will be at the Bushplane Centre July 17-19, 2017 9 am to 6 pm

This fun exhibit is included with your admission.

This Science Exhibition is Brought to you by Perimeter Institute In this inspiring exhibition and presentation youth and families take a fun hands-on approach to engaging in the process of science. From delving into two of the world’s largest science experiments to exploring changing ideas about our universe, this immersive experience fosters curiosity and a better understanding of how we investigate our world.

For further information please the Bushplane Centre 705-945-6242

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