2015 Xerindipity Workshops
Xerindipity is an outdoor environmental education and demonstration centre created for residents and visitors of the North Okanagan to enjoy and to learn strategies to reduce their environmental impact.
Location: 2704 Hwy 6, in Polson Park adjacent to the Okanagan Science Centre and the Vernon Community Arts Center.
- Natural Lawn Care
- Pesticide Free Gardening
- Waterwise Gardening
- Worm Composting
Hours of Operation: May to October during typical park hours.
Tours: Xerindipity is designed for self-guided tours. Contact the RDNO for community or school group tours.
Xerindipity was made possible by:
Regional District of North Okanagan, City of Vernon, Greater Vernon Parks & Recreation, Sustainable Environment Network Society (SENS), Okanagan Science Centre, Venture Training, Briteland Agricultural Services and Supplies Ltd., Kal Architecture, North Okanagan Naturalist Club, North Okanagan Garden and Roses Club, Allan Brooks Nature Centre, and the Vernon Community Arts Centre. Others who contributed to this wonderful space include: VSS Career Access & Blaire Compton, Sofia Fortin, B- Line Design, Dusty Shovel, Golder Associates Ltd., Swan Lake Nursery, Vernon’s 4 Rotary Clubs (Silver Star, Kalamalka, Tri-Lakes, and Vernon), Postill & Sons, Junior Open Door, Jeff Mellows, Corix, VSS Career Prep Class, W.L. Seaton High School (Woodworking), Lukas R & Marty K, Pryce Development, Tolko Industries, Lloyd Davies, Kal Green Team 05/06, Fermco, Tim Hortons, Katimavik, Starbucks, Russell Short, VSS Grad Class 06, Steve Simon, Zee Marcolin, Nicole Kohnert, Verna Kelso, and Nancy Wilde.
Please direct enquiries to:
E-mail: [email protected]