PHOTOS: Celebrating National Child’s Day

The Greater Vernon Recreational Centre has a variety of activities to celebrate National Child’s Day on Nov. 20, including crafts, mini-golf, decorating cookies, story-time, and drumming. Here, Kieran Terleski enjoys the climbing bars. (Katherine Peters/Morning Star)
The Greater Vernon Recreational Centre has a variety of activities to celebrate National Child’s Day on Nov. 20, including crafts, mini-golf, decorating cookies, story-time, and drumming. Here, Kieran Terleski enjoys the climbing bars. (Katherine Peters/Morning Star)
The Greater Vernon Recreational Centre has a variety of activities to celebrate National Child’s Day on Nov. 20, including crafts, mini-golf, decorating cookies, story-time, and drumming. Haley Jaros gets in some mini-golf. (Katherine Peters/Morning Star)

The Greater Vernon Recreational Centre has a variety of activities to celebrate National Child’s Day on Nov. 20, including crafts, mini-golf, decorating cookies, story-time, and drumming.

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