Corn Maze & Bonfire

Oct
24
When: Wednesday, Oct 24, 2018, 4:30PM - 9:30PM
Where:

4613 Yellow Point Road, Yellow Point, BC, V9G 1G7

Add to CalendarCorn Maze & Bonfire10/24/2018 04:30 PM10/24/2018 09:30 PMMM/DD/YYYYAmerica/VancouverTrip Information One of the most fun Fall activities you can do while you are in Canada. Explore the farm and pumpkin patch or take a hayride around the Corn maze. When it gets dark bring out your flashlight and see if you can make your way through the Maze. Food will be provided, but you may want to bring some other snacks, and some money if you wish to buy a pumpkin or rent some equipment. You may also want to bring some money for a donation if you want to walk though the haunted house next door. Dress for the weather, that usually means warm clothes and extras in case you fall into some mud (which does happen) you will also want to wear footwear that you don't mind getting muddy (like Gumboots)!   What to wear: Dress in weather appropriate clothing - warm layers, jackets Rain coat - bring even if weather is warm and sunny Warm pants - if you have waterproof pants you may want to bring them Appropriate footwear - rubber boots recommended / shoes that you don't mind getting muddy    What to bring: Umbrella A change of socks, shoes, and pants - your clothes may get wet and muddy Flashlight / headlamp Water bottle  Money if you want to buy a pumpkin, rent boots or a flashlight Donation if you want to see the Haunted House next door A backpack to carry all your items Meeting Location: VIU Building 255 - Main Lobby (2nd Floor) Trip Includes: Round-trip transportation to McNabbs Corn Maze in Cedar, entrance to the Corn Maze, access to the pumpkin patch, hay ride, bonfire and food. Policies, Health & Safety We have an ongoing commitment to ensure the safety and quality of our trips, with trained and responsible student leaders, staff and community partners. Before you sign-up, please check out our policies & procedures for more information about how to prepare for a trip, as well as our cancellation policy. How to Sign Up Our activities are available to all current VIU Students. Sign up with us in person in Building 255. You will need to have your: Student card, Proof of medical insurance (BC Care Card or Guard.me Insurance Policy) Payment (cash is currently the only method of payment for activities) Hours & Locations for Signing Up with us: Faculty of International Education Monday to Friday from 8:30am to 4:00pm pm in Building 255, 2nd Floor Reception. Lunchtime Activity Sign Up Booth Tuesdays and Thursdays from 12:00pm to 1:00pm in Building 255, 1st Floor International Commons. Waiver Form Please read our general waiver form for VIU group activities in the attchement section below. All participants are required to read and sign the waiver before the start of the trip. We will provide a paper copy for you to read through again and sign the morning of the trip. Contact Kelsey Moon, Activity Program Coordinator phone: 250.753.3245, Ext. 2737 cell phone: 250.618.2549 e-mail: Kelsey.Moon@viu.ca4613 Yellow Point Road, Yellow Point, BC, V9G 1G7false

Trip Information

One of the most fun Fall activities you can do while you are in Canada. Explore the farm and pumpkin patch or take a hayride around the Corn maze. When it gets dark bring out your flashlight and see if you can make your way through the Maze. Food will be provided, but you may want to bring some other snacks, and some money if you wish to buy a pumpkin or rent some equipment. You may also want to bring some money for a donation if you want to walk though the haunted house next door. Dress for the weather, that usually means warm clothes and extras in case you fall into some mud (which does happen) you will also want to wear footwear that you don't mind getting muddy (like Gumboots)!

 VIU Cultural Connections - Corn Maze & Bonfire

What to wear:

  • Dress in weather appropriate clothing - warm layers, jackets
  • Rain coat - bring even if weather is warm and sunny
  • Warm pants - if you have waterproof pants you may want to bring them
  • Appropriate footwear - rubber boots recommended / shoes that you don't mind getting muddy  

 What to bring:

  • Umbrella
  • A change of socks, shoes, and pants - your clothes may get wet and muddy
  • Flashlight / headlamp
  • Water bottle 
  • Money if you want to buy a pumpkin, rent boots or a flashlight
  • Donation if you want to see the Haunted House next door
  • A backpack to carry all your items

Meeting Location:

VIU Building 255 - Main Lobby (2nd Floor)

Trip Includes:

Round-trip transportation to McNabbs Corn Maze in Cedar, entrance to the Corn Maze, access to the pumpkin patch, hay ride, bonfire and food.

Policies, Health & Safety

We have an ongoing commitment to ensure the safety and quality of our trips, with trained and responsible student leaders, staff and community partners. Before you sign-up, please check out our policies & procedures for more information about how to prepare for a trip, as well as our cancellation policy.

How to Sign Up

Our activities are available to all current VIU Students. Sign up with us in person in Building 255.

You will need to have your:

  1. Student card,
  2. Proof of medical insurance (BC Care Card or Guard.me Insurance Policy)
  3. Payment (cash is currently the only method of payment for activities)

Hours & Locations for Signing Up with us:

Faculty of International Education Monday to Friday from 8:30am to 4:00pm pm in Building 255, 2nd Floor Reception.

Lunchtime Activity Sign Up Booth Tuesdays and Thursdays from 12:00pm to 1:00pm in Building 255, 1st Floor International Commons.

Waiver Form

Please read our general waiver form for VIU group activities in the attchement section below. All participants are required to read and sign the waiver before the start of the trip. We will provide a paper copy for you to read through again and sign the morning of the trip.

Contact

Kelsey Moon, Activity Program Coordinator

phone: 250.753.3245, Ext. 2737

cell phone: 250.618.2549

e-mail: Kelsey.Moon@viu.ca

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