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Kids & Youth Programs

We offer outdoor, nature-based programs that range from short one hour long sessions to full-day experiences.

interpreter leading a youth program in Lethbridge river valley

Children (ages 2-5) and adults discover all that nature has to offer through fun activities, crafts and games!

Group of Jr Naturalist kids walking down a trail with bridge in background

Kids (ages 6-10) explore nature themes through fun, games, and discovery!

walking through the Oldman river

Youth (ages 11-15) appreciate our natural environment and ways to protect it with hands-on adventures!

Kids play outside in summer

Kids (ages 6-10) discover cultural, historical, and natural treasures of Lethbridge at a new venue each day!

group of children at start of coulee climb trail

Kids (ages 6-10) get outside and explore this summer! New topics are offered throughout July and August.

group of children dressed in colourful costumes in park

Kids (ages 6-10) get outside with nature-based games and activities designed to burn off energy!

Lethbridge Plays

Did you know? Lethbridge is committed to PLAY. As a community, we are dedicated to prioritizing play for all children and youth.

We are a charter member of Lethbridge Plays, a group of local stakeholders brought together by the unifying belief in the importance of play, and the benefits play can have on our society. The City Council of Lethbridge unanimously adopted the Lethbridge Play Charter in the fall of 2018. Today organizations, local businesses, parents, and community members are working together to make play a priority in Lethbridge. The Lethbridge Play Charter is built on the United Nations Article 31, “Children’s Right to Play”. Learn more about Lethbridge Plays

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The City of Lethbridge acknowledges that we are gathered on the lands of the Blackfoot people of the Canadian Plains and pays respect to the Blackfoot people past, present and future while recognizing and respecting their cultural heritage, beliefs and relationship to the land. The City of Lethbridge is also home to the Metis Nation of Alberta, Region III.