Joel shadbolt has sent us some pictures of the lake with paddle boards, Dogs, etc.
He tells us fishing was top notch last year must of caught and released 70-100 fish last year not enough pictures were taken
The Nature trail at pike lake is home to a very special family of birds. I’ve been visited them for a few years and they remember you ...
Bring some seeds and hold out your hand they will find you.
We are in the final month of preschool. I know I say this every year, but I can't
believe the end of another year is here! May has been such a different and fun
month. We have had a few extra-long days to make up for the time I was away
in the winter and we've been able to spend a lot of time outdoors. Both groups
of students have handled these days quite well, although quite differently!
The 3-year olds started off the month making play-dough. We then made
some pot-pourri wreaths for Mother's Day and a caterpillar out of 9 circles for
Number 9 Day. We also tried purple footprint unicorns for Purple Day, although
some of the kids didn't want their feet painted.
PIKE LAKE YOGA & FITNESS BOOT CAMP
9:30 am Wednesday - Gentle/Restorative Yoga This class provides a deep, peaceful yoga practice focusing on long stretches, breathing and relaxation. This class will increase mobility, inspire tranquility and promote an overall sense of well-being. Modifications are provided for specific body types and injuries. This is an excellent class to relieve you from stress, headaches and fatigue. You will leave feeling stretched and invigorated!
Pike Lake School.
Nicer temperatures have arrived and Pike Lake School has been taking every chance we can get to go outside and enjoy nature. Our school has taken on the 30 X 30 nature challenge where we have attempted to spend thirty minutes outside learning for all of the 30 days in May. As usual the beautiful area of Pike Lake has allowed for many rewarding educational experiences. Recently, all Pike Lake students had the chance to walk down to the Pike Lake Provincial Park to take part in a naturalist afternoon, which included the opportunity to do some pond dipping. A great time as well al lot of learning was experienced by all.
Hello, again, everyone. Hey, it looks like we might be going to have some summer after all. Nice to see that big yellow thing up in the sky for a change.
An important item that I forgot to mention last month – our administrator, Shawn Antosh is retiring in August. She has been employed with the RM of Vanscoy for twenty-five years, and while her efficiency and dedication will be missed, we wish her well in retirement.