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Happy Holidays!
At this joyous time of year, we would like to take this opportunity to wish you all a warm and merry holiday season.

In 2019, we celebrated 50 years connecting people with nature. An enormous thank you for helping us do what we love, and for letting Cheakamus share your stories and memories over the decades through our 50 Years – 50 Faces campaign .   

Best wishes for a happy, peaceful and nature-filled new year from all of us here at Cheakamus!
Give a Gift of Nature
Share the joy of nature this holiday season with a gift of Friends of Cheakamus membership. With a $25 donation or more to the Cheakamus Foundation, gift recipients will enjoy exclusive seasonal events at Cheakamus Centre. The perfect “non-stuff” gift for the wildlife and outdoor enthusiasts on your list. 

Register Now! 
Our next Friends of Cheakamus First Sunday walk is a Bigleaf Maple Taping Workshop  held on February 2, 2020. Please consider volunteering with the Brackendale Winter Eagle Count on Sunday, January 5, 2020. Click here for details on the Annual Count and the 34th Annual Brackendale Eagle Festival. 
Identify Animal Tracks
When we are quiet and pay attention to our surroundings, we will see the signs animals leave behind, or if we are lucky, the animals themselves! Different animals leave different tracks and we can discover what animals are around by observing closely and ask questions about our environment.

Winter Programs are Open!
Bring your class to a magical outdoor classroom this winter. Our immersive one-day and overnight field trips engage learners in fun and meaningful ways that foster a deep understanding of themselves, others and the natural world. 

Try Chef Wade’s 2 Hour Turkey
You'll be the talk of the holiday table with this quick and easy turkey recipe. There’s something magical about the holidays; seeing family and friends, sharing some much-needed quality time, and the food. Oh, the food! This favourful recipe is foolproof, and will have everyone raving!


We would like to thank the S k w x wú7mesh Nation, upon whose unceded traditional territory Cheakamus Centre resides. We value the opportunity to welcome others to learn, gather and share in nature on this traditional territory.