Berwick Annual Picnic

Berwick Child Development Centre had their 2009 Annual Picnic a few weeks ago on their large and spacious play area. Berwick is the largest Child Development Centre of the Developmental Disabilities Association (located on the campus of UBC) and offers an integrated preschool program for children 3-5 years of age.

The weather for the picnic was just right; not too hot and not too cold. I’ve been to Berwick on a couple other occasions, but it was my first time attending the Berwick Annual Picnic and was surprised by how many people attended this event. There was music blaring, a bubble blowing machine going, two bouncy air filled play areas, face painting, and a myriad of other things for kids to play with.


I left before people even started eating, but even so, there were at least 40 or so families present at that time, each with their own children. It was a fun event to be at, and I definitely won’t be missing out on Berwick’s Annual Picnic next year!

Berwick (UBC) – Children 3 – 5 years old
2765 Osoyoos Crescent, Vancouver 604-822-6616
Hours of Operation: 9:00am – 2:00pm
berwick@develop.bc.ca

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2 Responses to Berwick Annual Picnic

  1. […] at the Developmental Disabilities Association is all the festivities. We have plenty of picnics, barbeques, celebrations – and all for good reason! We were recently accredited with CARF for another 3 […]

  2. konnie says:

    The centre seems really nice. Personally I have a child that suffers from ADD, and this aspect of child development has left me puzzled on the options that I can take up. Sometimes I am just at my wit’s end.

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