Clean Air Day is a special chance for kids to spend time outdoors, celebrate active transportation, and learn how air quality impacts our health and the health of the environment.  

 

Take a Clean Air Day pledge, and build a celebration that is safe, healthy, and fun!

When you register, you’ll receive a Clean Air Day kit with resources and fun activities.

Clean Air Day

June 5th, 2024

Norwood Community Centre – 87 Walmer Street

Move. Play. Learn

Come celebrate with us!

Students | Families | Classrooms | Schools

REGISTRATION is now OPEN!

Clean Air Day is a great way to wrap-up a successful school year

Show your students and kids your appreciation for their efforts and incredible adaptability. Go enjoy the outdoors!

How to Plan

Clean Air Day

Easy steps to join the celebration

1

Register

Register your kids, family, class or school. Register to win prizes 🙂

2

Plan your day

Check your email for the Clean Air Day Event Kit, and pick the activities you want to do!

3

Get goin'

On June 5th, have fun doing activities and games. Move, play and learn!

4

Share your day

Share what you do! Post on social media with #CleanAirDay2024MB

5

Win Prizes

Earn a prize for your participation!

Thank you to our partners for helping bring Clean Air Day to life! 

Prizes

Our way of saying thank-you for giving your body and the planet some TLC. 

Participation Prizes

We’ll be randomly selecting two winners from all registered participants!

Prize 1

$250 gift card to McNally Robinson 

Prize 2 

$200 gift card to Santa Lucia Pizza

 

Prize 3

$200 gift card Assineboine Park Conservancy

 Annual Outdoor Stations

Here’s a list of what has been included at the outdoor Clean Air Day event in the past.

Health Canada Air Quality Station

Health Canada will be asking skill testing questions on air quality! Spin their Wheel and have a chance to win a prize!  

Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society MB

Participate in a scavenger hunt! Review how we use our senses to connect to a place, followed by a short breathing/grounding activity, and then explore a section of the park to find nature textures and features!

Green Actions Centre

Come make seed bombs with us! Students will get to put together their very own seed bomb to take home at the end of the day to plant in the garden, yard or flower bed! 

Prairie Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre

Visit our wildlife education booth to discuss Manitoba Wildlife and Wildlife Rehabilitation with the help of two of our suprise wildlife ambassadors!

Motion Zone (Sport Manitoba)

Join this station to play games such as corn hole, safe axe throwing, ladder toss, giant connect 4, football kicking target and more!

Manitoba Council for International Cooperation

Visit the MCIC booth to answer some sustainable development goal trivia! Students can spin the wheel, then answer a trivia question about one of 17 sustainable development goals to win a prize!

Fireweed Co-op

Use a board that shows the growing season months and various vegetables and fruits to pin onto the board in the spot that corresponds with when that item is harvested. We’ll also have a diagram showing the components of healthy soil and why that’s important for clean air!

Bike Winnipeg

Join us in learning bike hand signals, racing in potato sack, and playing ladder toss!

Green Kids inc.

A found-object puppetry station, facilitated by two eco-drama instructors. Turn found objects into active transportation machines and create characters to demonstrate how awesome moving through town powered by people–fuel can be. 

Art City

Build scrap birdhouses with Art City! 

Manitoba Lung

Make your own pinwheel and enter a draw to win a free air outdoor monitor for your school. There will also be information on general lung health, radon, and youth smoking and vaping and prevention. 

Waterlution

Join artist Claire Johnston in making a relaxing zentangle. This colaborative art project is based on traditional Metis geometric patterns. 

Get in touch

ariel@greenactioncentre.ca

(204) 925-3777 x103

“By the end of the day students were all telling us that they were having, “the best day!”, and asking if we would be able to come back next year!