Autumn Tom, 4, takes full advantage of the face painting station at the annual Picnic in the Park event for childcare providers and families at Elks Park in Terrace on May 30. Hosted by the Skeena Child Care Resources and Referral Centre, the event brings together providers, parents and kids for an afternoon luncheon in the park complete with family-friendly activities. (Brittany Gervais photo)

Kids day at the park

Local childcare providers, families gathered for Terrace’s annual Picnic in the Park on May 30

Hosted by the Skeena Child Care Resources and Referral Centre, the annual Picnic in the Park event brings together child care providers, parents and kids for an afternoon luncheon. This year’s picnic took place on May 30 at Elks Park.


 


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From left: Aria Ridsale, Audrey Rouftiange and Zoe Lawson work with glue and feathers to create a masterpiece at the crafts table during the annual Picnic in the Park event for childcare providers and families at Elks Park on May 30 in Terrace. Hosted by the Skeena Child Care Resources and Referral Centre, the event brings together providers, parents and kids for an afternoon luncheon in the park complete with family-friendly activities. (Brittany Gervais photo)

Grace Hare, 3, picks up a dropped bubble blower during Terrace’s annual Picnic in the Park event on May 30. Hosted by the Skeena Child Care Resources and Referral Centre, the event brings together providers, parents and kids for an afternoon luncheon in the park complete with family-friendly activities. (Brittany Gervais photo)

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