How to Register

  1.  Select your activities below.

  2. Proceed through the shopping cart and "purchase" your desired activities (Please note all activities are free).

  3. Once you have completed the shopping cart process, return to this page to complete the registration form.

  4.  Complete and submit the registration form below for each participating child. 


Registration forms must be submitted immediately following purchase ​to reserve your spot.


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Registration Form

All registration forms must be completed at the time of registration.

 Please note: this form allows for only one participant to be registered at a time. Please fill this form out for every child being registered.


At Strathcona County Museum & Archives and Beaver Hills Biosphere, we support children in becoming confident, capable people who have a sound sense of their abilities and interests and the ability to take age-appropriate responsibility for their own safety. Unstructured outdoor play is central to this program/experience.


Strathcona County Museum & Archives and the Beaver Hills Biosphere take reasonable steps to manage and balance risks while at the same time allowing children to play freely. Program participants and their legal guardians acknowledge the inherent risks of harm, personal injury, or fatality that may occur during this program. You are required to accept this as a condition of your child’s participation.



The variety of risks is more than can be listed here and will vary depending on the program. However, educators are experienced in first aid and child programming, and their role is to support children in learning and playing while keeping the risks to an acceptable level. Below is a list of some of the more significant risks:

  •  Injuries from executing strenuous and demanding physical activities

  •  Injuries resulting from the presence of harmful plants, natural loose parts, wild animals, and/or ticks

  •  Changing and inclement weather, including storms, high winds, and lightning

  •  The possibility that your child may not heed safety instructions or directions given to the group or         delivered individually

  •  Injuries arising from the actions of other children

  •  Negligence on the part of other participants

While the injuries sustained in outdoor activity are mostly minor, they can be severe, and on extremely rare occasions, even fatal. All rules are designed to enhance the safety of your child and others and are to be followed at all times. Failure for a child to follow the rules may result in the end of the child's participation in the program and require parents/guardians to collect the child before the end of the program. 

In unstructured, outdoor play, children freely choose which experiences and forms of play they are comfortable engaging in. Your child is under no obligation to participate in all experiences and may choose not to participate at any time during the program. 

Medical and Behavioral Policy

If a child has a medical condition, including a severe allergy or a behavioral concern that Strathcona County Museum & Archives and Beaver Hills Biosphere needs to be informed of, it is the parent or guardian's responsibility to ensure sufficient information has been provided on this form. Please note that staff members and volunteers of the Strathcona County Museum & Archives  and Beaver Hills Biosphere will not administer medication of any kind to a child. 

Photograph Release

I hereby give my permission to the Strathcona County Museum & Archives and Beaver Hills Biosphere for the use of my child/dependent's picture, taken by employees or volunteers of the Strathcona County Museum & Archives and/or Beaver Hills Biosphere.

Do you allow Strathcona County Museum & Archives and the Beaver Hills Biosphere permission to take photo(s) and/or video(s) of your child/dependant on this occasion to be used for promotional purposes of their programs and services?

COVID- 19 Precautionary Measures 


Please note that Strathcona County Museum & Archives and the Beaver Hills Biosphere adhere to AHS and Strathcona County COVID-19 regulations and guidelines. As of July 1st, Strathcona County Museum & Archives and the Beaver Hills Biosphere cannot enforce COVID-19 restrictions but recommend participants engage in best practices (masks, sanitization, social distancing, etc.) that will limit the spread of COVID-19. Strathcona County Museum & Archives and the Beaver Hills Biosphere reserve the right to deny entry to a participant based on the appearance or existence of illness symptoms that align with COVID-19 symptoms. We also reserve the right to send a child home if they develop any symptoms of illness throughout the activity. 

On the morning of the activity, parents/guardians are required to screen for the following: 

  • Fever

  • Cough

  • Shortness of Breath/Difficulty Breathing

  • Sore Throat

  • Chills

  • Fatigue or Weakness

  • Muscle or Body Aches

  • New Loss of Smell or Taste

  • Headache

  • Gastrointestinal Symptoms (Abdominal Pain, Diarrhea, Vomiting)

  • Feeling Very Unwell

If a child has any of these symptoms, they will not be permitted to participate in that day's activity.


Parents must also notify staff if their child has: 

  • In the last 14 days been in close contact with someone who has or is suspected of having COVID-19​

  • Had or has a close contact who has been tested for COVID-19 in the past 10 days

  • Are waiting for COVID-19 test results due to symptoms

Yes to any of these questions will inhibit the child's ability to participate in that day's activities depending on current AHS and Strathcona County COVID-19 guidelines at the time of the activity.

Informed Consent


As the child's parent/guardian, I hereby release the Strathcona County Museum & Archives and Beaver Hills Biosphere, its Directors, Officers, Employees, and Volunteers from all actions, claims, and demands for damages, injury or fatality arising from any accidents, illnesses, including COVID-19, that may be caused by, or arise from the participation of the aforementioned child in the Outdoor Activity program. The child named on this form has my consent to participate fully in all outdoor activities associated with an Outdoor Activity program, whether it be held at the Strathcona County Museum & Archives site or other program sites.

I also acknowledge that Strathcona County Museum & Archives and the Beaver Hills Biosphere will not provide transportation to and from the designated activity location. I agree that the Strathcona County Museum & Archives and the Beaver Hills Biosphere have the right to cancel the activity prior to or during the program if risks cannot be mitigated (i.e. electrical storms, COVID-19, etc.). I agree that if the program is to be cancelled during its designated times, it is my obligation to retrieve my child within a reasonable time of cancellation. 

Due to limited spots, if I wish to cancel my registration, I agree to provide at least 3 days' notice so waitlist participants may register for my child's slot.

Do you provide consent for your child to participate in the Outdoor Activity program(s) and accept the risks involved?

*Please note: if the submission button is unavailable, you must select 'yes' to provide consent *

Thanks for registering!