Welcome to Valley Family Fun!
People who are new to the area (and some who are not) often ask me what they can do with their families in the Valley.
This made me realize that there isn't one central place to look for information. Here is a compilation of what I've discovered!
Valley Family Fun is not responsible for any incorrect information or decisions you make for your family. If you see any errors or have suggestions, please feel free to share!
To learn more about Valley Family Fun, listen here to a podcast of an interview I did on CBC Information Morning (April 2012).
Laura Churchill Duke
Valley Family Fun Blog
I received a whole box of very interesting looking items and began to
experiment with different ways to use them. My husband, being a diabetic
who loves sweets, was anxious to get in on the sampling as well!
This Christmas my cousin gave us a big jar of homemade granola with a jar of honey. It was a fantastic present, and we gobbled it up so quickly!
And, it started us on a granola kick of our own and we’ve been experimenting with several recipes.
In the Wolfville Reservoir Park there are 1.8 kilometres of trails, of which the majority travel around two former reservoir ponds.
In the summer, you can go swimming in the reservoir or stay for a picnic.
Watch his instructional video and below, we wrote out step-by-step instructions on how to make these beautiful paper snowflakes.
Since the kids were little, Ross Farm Museum has been one of our all-time favourite places to visit. We always buy a seasons pass and try to go at least once a season. It is the perfect example of family fun!