Mystery Trips

Mystery Trips happen during the summer months and on occasional Inservice Days during the school year. These “Full Day” adventures are an opportunity for children (ages 7 to 11) to explore not only their own, but other Nova Scotian communities. A typical Mystery Trip may begin with a visit to a Museum such as Ross Farm, or a Cultural Exhibit, the Port-Royal National Historic Site, or the Fisheries Museum in Lunenburg. This is followed by a picnic lunch, swimming or hiking at Kejimkujik National Park, Rissers or Bayswater Beach, and we end with a barbeque before heading home. We’ve also been known to stop for ice-cream! Because these trips are so popular children are selected through random draws. 

For more information contact Mark at 902-680-5846.