A lily adds a pop of colour along a forested pathway in Memorial Park in Hope on July 21, 2021. An event is being held on the park on June 5 courtesy of the Hope Inclusion Project. (Jessica Peters/Hope Standard file)

A lily adds a pop of colour along a forested pathway in Memorial Park in Hope on July 21, 2021. An event is being held on the park on June 5 courtesy of the Hope Inclusion Project. (Jessica Peters/Hope Standard file)

Fun event planned for all ages in Hope Memorial Park

Hope Inclusion Project partners with I Dream Library for fun, free community event

There is a fun, all ages event taking place in Hope this Sunday.

The Hope Inclusion Project is collaborating with I Dream Library and Fraser Health for a ParticipAction kickoff event.

The event will run from 1 p.m.to 3 p.m. on June 5 in Hope Memorial Park, and will be free to attend. There will be a food truck and snacks along with fun activities for all ages.

The focus of this event is to highlight the work the Hope Inclusion Project has been doing in the community, specifically the anti-oppression curriculum that will soon be piloted at schools in Hope.

Participants are reminded to bring family, friends, comfortable attire and positive vibes.

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