Valentine’s Day

 

Before Saturday was even finished we had already declared Valentine’s Day a huge success.  We started the day with a Bubble Zone. We put out all sorts of wands and let the kids (and adults) go wild. We had bubbles floating all through the air for almost an hour.

 

Later in the afternoon we pulled out the craft supplies and let the imaginations go wild. The rec building was full of kids of all ages. Some of the kids took advantage of this craft time to make some secret Valentine’s to send out to their friends and secret crushes.

Saturday evening was time for our Valentine’s Dance in the picnic shelter. We were able to set up a bit of a light show and crank up the tunes for a couple hours of fun for everyone. We were pleasantly surprised at how many people came out and even more surprised at how many actually danced. We were a little worried that it might turn out like a school dance where everyone sits against the wall and watches. But our campers proved us wrong.

Even the Duck tried to dance.

YMCA gets em moving

 

A big thank you to everyone that helped with the activities.  We are already planning to do Valentine’s Day again next year.

This weekend coming up is our Back to School weekend. There will be a scavenger hunt and also some Wet N Wild games. The evening will end off with a movie in the Outdoor theatre.  As I write this I still have a couple campsites and a camping cabin available. If you want to come out and enjoy a sunny weekend before school starts, you can book online www.rubberduckyresort.com or phone toll free 1-866-254-7636.

The last couple weeks I have started doing a Wednesday night movie in the Rec Building. This week will be Nim’s Island at 8pm

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