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  • Full Name: Terry Stafford
  • Location: Beaver Point Hall
  • Phone: 604-888-2766
  • Expires: 21 days, 16 hours

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    Wildwood Educational Enrichment Centre has been running Wildwoodville camps and courses for twelve years and it’s a winner

    In Wildwoodville kids run their own town, running businesses that feel real, because they are real. Kids bank their money in the Wildwoodville bank, send letters to each other at the post office, buy snacks at the café, buy juice at the Juice Bar, watch short movies at the Cinema, do crafts at the Art School, write articles and publish a newspaper every day, buy toys at the gift shop, and play games at the Board Game Centre. At each shop there is something real to do.

    Two kids (siblings or friends!) special: $300! ($150 each!)
    Gather four friends and save more! Four kids for $560! ($140 each!)
    Wildwoodville Camp takes place over five days from July 30th to August 3rd. Each Wildwoodville day is from 10:30am until 2:30pm. Children bring their own lunches.
    Wildwoodville is aimed at ages 6 – 12, but I’m flexible so feel free to contact me about your child who is a bit older or younger than those ages.

    Here’s what some kids say about Wildwoodville:

    “Wildwoodville is one of the funnest things that I’ve ever been to because you’re not treated like kids, you’re treated like an adult and you get to own your own business with a partner.”

    “If this were real life, I would live in Wildwoodville. I would definitely stay here my entire life because it’s really nice.”

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