Super Saturdays at the FRDC!
Thank you for your interest in this month's Super Saturday program! Please fill out this booking form so we can safely guarantee a spot for your group.
On Saturday August 27th, join us at the FRDC to learn about sustainable Indigenous fishing practices* and how the mighty Fraser makes growing food possible!
*This activity draws from information found in the Our Bones are Made of Salmon exhibit, created in partnership with Musqueam Elder Larry Grant and Stó:lō Cultural Advisor Dr. Sonny McHalsie.
Learn about nutrients carried by the Fraser’s current with a deposition bowling activity!
Map the bounty of foods to that come out of the Fraser Valley!
Explore Indigenous fishing techniques with a guided demonstration!
Additional Information and COVID-19 Safety:
Please note that the FRDC does not have public parking due to ongoing construction. Nearby parking options include the River Market (900 Quayside Dr) and Anvil Centre (777 Columbia St)
While visiting the Centre, please follow physical distancing rules whenever possible.
Caretakers are required to remain with their children for the duration of their visit.
Masks are required for all visitors aged five (5) and older.