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Homeopathic First Aid Kits for Camping:  Quickly Restore Comfort (after Bugs, Bruises, and Burns Do Their Worst)
Homeopathic First Aid Kits for Camping:  Quickly Restore Comfort (after Bugs, Bruises, and Burns Do Their Worst)

Sat, Aug 17

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Manitoulin Eco Park & DarkSky

Homeopathic First Aid Kits for Camping: Quickly Restore Comfort (after Bugs, Bruises, and Burns Do Their Worst)

When you're camping, you may not want to carry the entire contents of your medicine cabinet. It's easier to create a tiny kit with sleep aids, flu fighters, insect-bite calmers, burn (both sun and fire) soothers, and things to keep inevitable cuts, scrapes and bruises stress and infection free.

Time & Location

Aug 17, 2024, 9:00 AM – 11:00 AM

Manitoulin Eco Park & DarkSky, 18777 ON-6, Tehkummah, ON P0P 2C0, Canada

About the Event

Nothing can spoil a holiday faster than not having needed first aid or health care supplies when someone gets a sore throat, is stung by a bee, or has some other kind of injury or illness.  Kept alive through word-of-mouth, mostly by mothers (who like being able to get back to sleep in 10 minutes when a child is cranky from a stuffy nose), homeopathic remedies are durable, non-toxic, lightweight, inexpensive, pack small, and have no side effects.  

If you get the remedy wrong, you’ll know within 10 minutes and can try again.  But if you choose a remedy which is close enough to right, things start to feel better within the first 10 minutes after taking - you guessed it - a little sugar pill.  Very few children (of any age) resist putting a sugar pill under their tongues!  And if they do, there are other delivery options.

  
 Homeopathic remedies don’t make sense in Cartesian physics and biology; however, they do have a great deal of science supporting their effectiveness in quantum physics and biophysics (and I have lists of research evidence from medical journals, available on request).  For first aid purposes, it’s easy to choose a remedy close enough to make a big difference to falling asleep after a sunburn, or recovering quickly from heat stroke, or getting the mosquito itching backed off.

        Meet at the picnic shelter at the north end of the pond!   Adult or caregiver of 16+ may be accompanied by three children of 12 or under at no additional charge.  Please be aware that this is a scent-free event, and come prepared:  https://drive.proton.me/urls/MJDRRY8H8R#ScmsMelqFp41.

        This event is a fundraiser to make our public washrooms wheelchair accessible and all-season, and winterize our nature centre.

Tickets

  • 1 Adult

    Each adult can be accompanied by up to 2 children aged 12 and under for no additional cost. Feel free to bring a folding chair if picnic benches aren't sufficiently comfortable, or bring a blanket to spread on the ground. In case of rain, we'll meet in the DarkSky pole barn.

    $

Total

CA$0.00

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Important    Notes

Orientation to the DarkSky Preserve, Campground & Observation Field

The DarkSky Preserve has a no white light policy after sunset: no campfires; please have red filters for your flashlights, headlamps, and camping lamps; plan to arrive by sunset to drive a car in. The gate will be closed to cars after sunset.

  • The DarkSky Preserve or DSP includes an observation field plus campsites, the Stargazing Cabin, and Milky Way Bunkie for overnight guests. As a courtesy please keep voices low and cell phones on silent after sunset

  • No white light is allowed in the DSP including no campfires, cell phone screens, or vehicle headlights.

  • While we encourage event participants to walk without artificial light as much as possible, as a safety measure please be sure to bring your own flashlights and/or headlamps with AMBER or RED filters sufficient to colour and significantly dim the light shining through (you can attach cloth or cellophane paper with tape).

  • Astronomy guides will be at the front and back of the group with amber or red light sources.

  • On standard settings, cell phones should not be used as flashlights, or for taking pictures due to the white light of their screens and flashes. Alternatively, you can download an AMBER OR RED LIGHT app for your smartphone.

  • No laser pointers of any kind or strength (other than in use by our astronomy staff).

  • The DSP gate is closed to vehicles after sunset.

  • During all astronomy events, for safety all guests should stay with their guide and the group at all times. If you need to leave the event early for any reason, please be sure to notify one of the astronomy guides before you go.


 

CANCELLATIONS/MODIFICATIONS

 

All Event tickets are non-refundable. However, should DarkSky Preserve need to cancel an event, you will receive the option of either an opportunity to come to one of our future events, or a credit voucher in the amount of your purchase to be used at the Park during the same season, both pending availability.

  • All event tickets are non-refundable.

  • Events are held in all sky and weather conditions except those the Eco Park determines to be hazardous (eg. lightning, high winds).

  • Event tickets can be transferred to another date this season (pending availability) only if the Eco Park cancels the event. We will notify you by email in the event of a cancellation in advance.

To request change of date or for cancelations, visit:

https://www.manitoulinecopark.com/changeorder

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