All Hands in the Dirt: A Forum on the Design and Programming of Children's Outdoor Spaces

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All Hands in the Dirt: A Forum on the Design and Programming of Children's Outdoor Spaces

Time: November 12, 2010 to November 13, 2010
Location: Evergreen Brick Works
Street: 550 Bayview Avenue
City/Town: Toronto
Website or Map: http://www.evergreen.ca/lgfor…
Phone: 416-596-1495 ext 248
Event Type: conference
Latest Activity: Oct 20, 2010

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Don't miss this chance to meet international children's play practitioners all in one place and to tour the transformed Evergreen Brick Works, Toronto's new community environmental centre.

We hope you can join us as we gather to learn from design and programming experts from Canada, Europe and the United States. They will share their work and
engage in conversation on how to bridge the gap between designing and programming healthy and creative play and learning environments for children.

We have an amazing group of speakers leading thought-provoking sessions including:

Children's Health in an Age of Nature with Daniel Rainham, Associate Professor, Faculty of Science, Dalhousie University

Bridging the Gap between Designing and Programming Children's Outdoor Spaces with Kim Sanderson, Policy Advisor, Research and Innovation Group of Community Services, City of Edmonton

Schoolyards Re-imagined – An Inspiring Look at School Ground Innovation Around the World with Sharon Danks

Birdland: Design and Education Inspired by Nature with Sue Humphries and Learning Grounds Staff

Visit our website for the full schedule and complete list of speakers.

Register online now to be a part of this unique and innovative forum and join in on the discussion of the design and programming of children's outdoor spaces.

Cost: $325/person

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