Looking to enjoy March break in Brampton? Well, no worries, there certainly isn't any shortage of fun and exciting activities going on in the Brampton area. Families and children can enjoy a plethora of activities, drop-in programs, fun camps, show performances, library events and much more!
Mount Chinguacousy is open Monday to Friday, 9:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. during March Break. The ski, snowboard and tube hill will be open on March 10th and Sunday March 11th between 9:30 a.m. and 6 p.m. - weather and conditions permitting.
For the most up-to-date information, call 905-458-6555, ext. 63707 or click here.
At the various libraries across Brampton, you can enjoy reading (of course!), Wii gaming, Library Bingo and magic shows! These are just a few events planned at the libraries around the city.
At Shoppers World on Main Street South at Steeles Avenue, participate in free kids' shows every single day during the March Break holiday including science classes, reptile shows, The Magic of Beauty and the Beast followed by a meet and greet with Belle, and an exciting pirate show. ARRR!
At Chapters located at 52 Quarry Edge Drive, they're offering activities during the week with a different theme each day.
Click here for details.
Here's a list of local attractions with other March Break activities going
Beaux-Arts Brampton (artists' cooperative and gallery)
70-74 Main St. N., Beaux-Arts, 905.454.5677
Gage Park Ice Skating (Weather Permitting) Main St. S. and Wellington St.
W., Gage Park, 905.874.3601
Historic Bovaird House - Open Wed., Sat. and Sun. - Noon to 4pm
563 Bovaird Dr. E, www.bovairdhouse.ca. Learn more about the Bovaird house
Laser Quest - 241 Clarence St.,
PAMA (Peel Art Gallery, Museum and Archives)
Treetop Trekking - Heart Lake Conservation Area, 10818 Heart Lake Rd.,
Happy March Break from Century 21!! Get out there and have some fun!
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