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Why Moose Mondays?

February 26, 2016

What’s a Moose Monday, you ask?  Well, let me tell you!!

Moose Mondays are a great opportunity for us to share photos of our moose puppet using some of the exhibits at the FRDC, on a day of the week when we aren’t open to the public (except for in the summer, June-August), but still want to have a social media presence.

It all started when I was trying to create a scavenger hunt for Family Day, and I thought, “wouldn’t it be nice, if I could show someone using all the different exhibits we have, so that people can get a taste of what we have to offer?”

I took the moose puppet along for the ride, because it has arms and legs, and can show off some of the activities better than, say, a fish.

What this turned into was a set of fun photos that we wanted to share on our Social Media, on a consistent basis!  And what day alliterates with Moose? Well, Monday, of course!

So here we have it, a weekly, fun glimpse into our Centre, brought to you by our very own Moose!

The photos that I have attached to this blog are just a couple of examples of what learning adventures you can have in our galleries, such as taking a journey on our Experience the Fraser bicycle, where you will catch glimpses of various landscapes that make up our Fraser River Basin.  Also, you can learn about our river and how we use, need, and care for it, as seen in a global context.

We hope you enjoy, and that you’re inspired to come in and check us out for yourself!

Have a Marvelous Moosey Monday!

Our admission is by donation.

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