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Make the most of March Break 2015 in Windsor-Essex

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A roundup of some of the March Break camps and kid-friendly activities going on in Windsor-Essex County for March Break, March 14 - 22.

Art Gallery Windsor

401 Riverside Drive West, Windsor, 519-977-0013.

9 am - 4 pm (Late pick-up available), Monday, March 16 - Friday, March 20

Draw, paint, sculpt, CREATE!

Explore the incredible artworks in our Gallery and uncover the mysteries, stories and inspiration behind them. Enjoy activities in drawing. painting, design and sculpture as you create amazing works of your own in our Studio. New activities and projects each day. Register for the entire week and show your artworks in our group exhibition on Friday or register for a few special days and join in the fun. Make this the best March Break ever! The fun world of art is at your fingertips.

Cost: $160 weekly (AGW Members: $145), $50 daily (AGW Members $45)

Late pick-up: 4:45 pm/$5 daily

Recommended ages: 6 – 14

Register online or by calling 519-977-0013 ext 103 or 117.

Bricks 4 Kidz

Join us for a 1/2 day, full day or full week while we learn, we build & we play with LEGO® Bricks. Building, challenges, crafts and FUN!

2 locations: St. Matthew's Church, 1600 Norfolk Street, Windsor or High Jinks, 13496 Tecumseh Road, Tecumseh.

9 am - 4 pm., Mon, March 16, 2015 to Fri, March 20, 2015.

Early drop off and late pick up are available. Please pack a lunch, snacks and beverages appropriate for the needs of your child. Visit their website for more information.

Canada South Science City

March-Break Science Camp, 930 Marion Avenue, Windsor, 519-973-3667.

Join our five-day science day camp March 16-20, 2015. Make this March Break fun and memorable for your child! Our Science Day Camp runs from 9 am to 5 pm, costs $25/child, and early drop off or late pickup is available at minimal cost. The theme of this week is careers in science and engineering. Each day, campers will envision themselves as chemists, astronomers, earth scientists, electricians/computer scientists, or engineers, and engage in appropriate game and construction or experiment activities. In addition, a professional from the field will visit and discuss how he/she got into the work and why it is rewarding. The camp is designed mainly for children ages 5 to 12. Call 519-973-3667 to register.

City of Windsor March Break Camps

Parks and Recreation offers one-day camps during the school year, as well as week-long March Break camps. Day camps open at 7:30 a.m. and close at 5:30 p.m. Activities include sports, games, drama, crafts, movies, special events, and more. Optional hot lunch available. Cost is $29 per day per child or $135 per child per week. Youth from 3 years of age and older are welcome.

Ages vary in each centre. Each week, the camps present a new theme so youth will enjoy new adventures. Please check out the weekly calendars organized by centre and the information package for all Parks and Recreation day camps. For detailed inquiries contact your local community centre.

Devonshire Mall March Break Activities

Devonshire Mall, 3100 Howard Avenue, 519-966-3100

March 16 – 20, Live Shows Daily: 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. in front of Hudson's Bay

Monday, March 16 - Corbin’s Jedi Magic Show

Tuesday, March 17 - St. Patrick’s Day Party-including the Lucky Leprechaun Magic Show and St. Patrick’s Day Lucky Charm Tattoos

Wednesday, March 18 - Jacqueline and Her Sing Along Puppet Show

Thursday, March 19 - Kerri Brown Princess Show

Friday, March 20 - Canadian Raptors Conservancy- Birds of Prey Educational Show

The Drama Space March Break Camp

The Drama Space, 3850 Locke Street, Windsor, 519-979-0228.

Hocus Pocus!

Want to celebrate Halloween in March? Join us at the drama space for our "spooky" March Break Camp as we go on Ghost Hunts, make a Haunted House, and learn about theatre as we create a "creepy" show for parents on the final day of Camp. Don't forget to wear a costume to trick or treat!

Ages 4 - 14

$160 per week

March 16 - 20

9 am - 4 pm

Before and after day care available from 8 am - 5 pm at no additional charge

Eagles March Break Camp

The Can-Am Indian Friendship Centre of Windsor, 2929 Howard Avenue

Monday, March 16 to Friday March 20, 8:30 am - 3:30 pm

Activities include arts/crafts, traditional teachings, sports/recreation and wonderful field trips. This is an excellent opportunity for children to make new friends and learn leadership skills. Open to children 7-15 years of age. Please be on time as a bus will provide transport to Qakwood recreation centre at 8:30 a.m. sharp Bus will arrive back at Can-Am no later than 4:00 p.m. Please ensure you are at Can-Am at that time to pick up your children.

Contact Michelle Nahdee (Healthy Kids) or Steve (UAHLP) 519-253- 3243 Ext. 239 or 233. (Limited spots, please don’t delay).

Head Start Sports Camp

Maranatha Christian Academy, 939 Northwood Street, Windsor.

Imagine going to school and having gym class all day and every day for an entire week? For kids ages 7 to 14, Head Start Sports can make it happen! We welcome beginners or players with developing skills. No previous playing experience is necessary.

Monday, March 16 to Friday, March 20 from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. or extended hours from 8 am - 5 pm

We will provide a junior program (ages 7-10) and an intermediate program (ages 11-14) in Maranatha’s spacious double gym. The programs will include skill instruction and game play in baseball, basketball, handball, flag football, soccer, and volleyball plus fitness and educational activities and a whole lot more! The cost for the 5-day week is $125.00 for the regular hours and $140.00 for the extended hours. We will supply all the equipment that is required. Campers are just asked to bring lunch, snacks, and water.

John R. Park Homestead Conservation Area

Maple March Break tour, 915 County Road 50 E, Harrow, 519-738-2029

90 minute Maple March Break tour on Tuesday, March 17th and repeated again on Friday, March 20th. Arrive early, dress warmly and wear boots. Families tour the site with a costumed guide and discover the sweet process of maple syrup and sugar making in the pioneer method. Help carry the sap using pails and a wooden yoke. Try your hand at the brace and bit drill. See the trees tapped and the sap evaporating. Learn the history of this sweet springtime treat as you help to make and taste maple sugar. Starts at 1:30 pm. Admission is $6 for adults and $4 for children (3-16), with a family maximum of $20 total.

Lakeshore March Break Camp

Atlas Tube Centre, 447 Renaud Line, Lakeshore.

Register your child 5 years and up. Cost: $138 for the week or $35 daily rate + taxes. Program runs from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm daily. Early drop off 7:30 am, late pick up 5:30 pm included. Children must bring their own lunches, snacks and water container. Call and Register 519-727-0470 or at the Atlas Tube Centre, 447 Renaud Line, Lakeshore.

Lancer's Hockey Academy

St. Denis Centre, 2555 College Avenue, Windsor, 253-3000 ext. 2455.

This camp provides 15 hours of on ice instruction for 7-13 year olds, with a daily focus on power skating, individual skill development, team play and an instructional scrimmage with positional play being the emphasis. With professionally designed power point lectures reinforcing ice curriculum, classroom sessions are made fun and educational. Daily off-ice hockey focused activities have a strong emphasis on leadership development. Superb supervision is provided throughout the day with daily nutritional lunches available upon request.

March Break - Skills & Drills:

Dates: March 16 - 20, 2015

Cost: $250

Age Groups: 7-8, 9-13

Camp Time: 8:30am - 4:30pm

New for 2015 the Lancer Hockey Academy is excited to introduce a March Break camp. The Skills & Drills camp is designed to be exciting and fun while providing participants with professional instruction on all individual skills and game situations. In addition to on ice conditioning, there will be a focus on proper off-ice training activities in order for participants to maximize there performance levels. This is a great opportunity for a tune up before playoff's or try out season!

Mad Science® of Windsor

Mad Lab – 4600 Rhodes Drive, Windsor, 519- 256-6094

MARCH BREAK: Monday, March 16, 2015 - Friday, March 20, 2015

Open on camp days from 8 am to 5 pm (programming from 9 am – 4 pm).

Early drop-off and later pick-up included during the school year at no extra cost.

Mad Science camps offer a daily combination of in-class discovery and exploration, outdoor games and physical activities and hands-on applications of the scientific principles presented. Your child will be able touch, see, hear, smell and taste what science is really all about. We use simple, real world science techniques that allow even the youngest of campers to enjoy our learning environment. Campers create, build and assemble a variety of take-home projects while exploring how science affects the world around us. Children have so much fun that they forget they’re learning!

$40 per day (individual days only), 35 per day if 5 or more days booked at same time.

Rose City Gymnastics March Break Camp

Rose City Gymnastics, 4365 County Road 42, Windsor, 519-972-1619

Your child can do daily, half days or a week here at Rose City Gymnastics.

Camp Hours:

Full Day – 9 am – 4 pm

Half Day – 9 am – 12 noon or 1 pm – 4 pm

Early Drop Off: 8 am

Late Pick Up: 5 pm

Daily full day – $35

Daily half day – $25

Weekly full day - $135

Weekly half day - $90

* Early drop off and late pick up are available for an additional $5.00 per day per child.*

*Annual insurance and registration fee applies to all camps over 3 days*

March Break Camp at Shaw's Hoop Dreams

Shaw's Hoop Dreams, John Atkinson Centre, 4270 Alice Street, Windsor, 519-890-1008.

Basketball camp for kids ages 7-17: March 16-20/2015 Cost is $140 per camper.

St. Clair College March Break Camps

St. Clair College, 2000 Talbot Road West, Windsor, 519-972-2727 x4216 .

March 16-20, 2015 on our Windsor Campus. We've chosen 5 of our most popular camps to help your kids get over the Winter Blues!

All Full Week Camps are only $160

Daily registrations are available for $45

Mini-Adventure (AGE 4-5)

Kids love the fun and games - parents love the age–appropriate activities that promote healthy child development. Our enthusiastic leaders entertain and engage through music, arts & crafts, building & design, gym time, and cooperative play, delivering an exciting new program each week. Includes fun themes each week!

Lego Robotics (AGE 6-8 AND 9+)

Check out this riveting program! Build and program a robot with the LEGO MINDSTORMS Robotic Invention System. Using LEGO blocks, sensors, motors, and gears, we'll help you bring technology and engineering principles to life. Cost includes all supplies and instruction. Call early so you do not miss out as enrollment is limited!

Art Explosion (AGE 6+)

The possibilities for imaginative minds are endless as campers explore their creative instincts when we use a variety of media including painting, pottery and crafts to name just a few activities. Projects will be as individual as the artists themselves!

So You Want To Sing And Dance (7+)

Do you have what it takes to be a performer? Find out in this exciting camp. You will name your group, choose a song, choreograph a routine and show off your talents on stage at week's end.

Sports Ignition (AGE 9+)

Why choose one when you can have it all? If you're up for a friendly game of soccer, basketball, volleyball, badminton, or floor hockey, this camp is for you. Daily routines include stretching, basic rules, positions, and techniques, as well as fair play and sportsmanship.

All camps are full day Monday through Friday and include recreational swim each day.

Drop off/sign in begins at 8:00am until 9:00am in the College gym and pick up/sign out begins at 4:00pm until 5:00pm in the College gym (if necessary, earlier drop off and later pick up can be arranged at an additional cost of $5 per morning and $5 per evening). Call to register at 519.972.2727 ext. 4216 or visit Room 278 at the Main Campus, 2000 Talbot Road West, Windsor.

Winstars Gymnastics March Break Camp

Winstars Gymnastics, 3400 Grand Marais Road E., Windsor, 519-972-1397

Campers should bring drink & snack for half day OR lunch, 2 snacks and drinks for full day. Campers must wear appropriate attire; bodysuit for girls and T-shirt & shorts for boys and bare feet. Campers should bring an extra set of clothes (3-5 yr olds).

Half Day Camp: 9:00 a.m. to12:00 p.m.

Full Day Camp: 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Early Drop/Late Pick Up is available (8:00 - 9:00 am. or 4:30 - 5:30 pm.), $5 per day or $20 per week.

YMCA of Windsor and Essex County

YMCA of Windsor and Essex County, 500 Victoria Ave., Windsor, 519.258.9622

March Break Camp is designed to help build confidence, self-esteem and teamwork amongst campers.

Monday, March 10 - All about me!

Tuesday, March 11 - Pajama Day

Wednesday, March 12 - YMCA Olympics

Thursday, March 13 - Mad Science

Friday, March 14 - St Patrick’s Day Party

March Break Camp is five days of fun camp activities. Just like the traditional summer Day Camp, this full week camp is designed with an emphasis on outdoor (weather permitting) and active programming each day. Friday is BIG DAY, with all programming and activities revolving around a fun theme, and campers and staff are encouraged to dress up! March Break Day Camp is an excellent way for campers to spend their week.

Programs offered include:

Scampers- 3-4 years old, $170/week for members, $200 for non-members

Rovers- 5 years old, $170/week for members, $200 for non-members

Trailblazers- 6-8 years old, $170/week for members, $200 for non-members

Explorers- 9-10 years old, $170/week for members, $200 for non-members

Mavericks- 11-12 years old, $170/week for members, $200 for non-members

All Aboard! Fantasy Cruise March Break Camp

2015, Libro Credit Union Centre 3295 Meloche Road, Amherstburg, 519-736-5712.

March 16 – March 20

Town of Amherstburg offers quality Day Camp programming during all times of the year, including:

March Break Day Camp, Summer Day Camp and Specialty Summer Camps. We pride ourselves in having quality instruction and staff, exciting themes, and a safe and active environment for your children as they explore their social skills and make new friends.

Junior Camp (Ages 3 – 5) and Senior Camp (ages 6 – 13)

Monday – Friday 9 am – 4:30 pm.

Drop Off: 7:30 – 9:00 am.

Pick Up: 4:340 pm – 5:30 pm.

$25 day or $125 full week

For additional information visit the town of Amherstburg.

March Break Madness 2015

Colasanti’s Tropical Gardens, 1550 Road 3 East, Kingsville, 519-326-3287

Saturday March 14- Sunday March 22, 2015

Open 8 am – 6 pm daily during March Break

$14.99 + tax Junior Fun Passes Available

Includes Unlimited Mini Golf, Zoo, Bumper Cars, Inflatable,

Kiddie Rides: Caterpillar & Bee Jet, Miner Mike Coaster Ride & Mini Himalaya.

Height & Weight Restrictions Apply To All Rides. Some Restrictions Apply To Passes.

$11.99 + tax Youth Fun Passes Available

Includes Unlimited Bumper Cars, Miner Mike Coaster Ride,

Mini Himalaya, Mini Golf & Zoo Admission.

Height & Weight Restrictions Apply To All Rides. Some Restrictions Apply To Passes.

$8.99 + tax Buddy Passes Available

Includes Unlimited Kiddie Rides, Miner Mike Coaster Ride,

Mini Himalaya, Mini Golf & Zoo Admission.

Buddy passes are available for persons 18 years of age & older. Colasanti's staff reserves the rights to ask for ID. Buddy passes may only be used in conjunction with "junior fun passes". Child must be present in order to purchase a buddy pass. Buddy passes can only be used when child is participating in the activity.

MARCH BREAK SPECIAL: FAMILY DEAL

$54.99 + tax = Includes 4 Fun Passes and 40 Tokens

Ride passes can include a mix of Junior, Youth and Buddy Fun Passes.

Zoo Shows Daily: 12:30 pm, 1:30 pm, 2:30 pm

Special 2015 March Break Entertainment

Monday March 16: 11 am-2 pm: OPP Finger Printing Clinic

Tuesday March 17: 11 am: Clarol The Clown

Wednesday March 18: 11 am: Mad Science Up Up and Away

Thursday March 19: 11 am: Clarol The Clown

Friday March 20: 11 am: Mad Science Fire and Ice

Going Places with Essex County Library

Various branches. Go on an adventure at various branches this March Break and journey to places near and far. Join library staff for fantastic, fun, globetrotting programs during the week of March 16-20, 2015.

The Leamington Kinsmen Recreation Complex

249 Sherk Street, Leamington, 519-322-2337 ext. 2001

The Leamington Kinsmen Recreation Complex provides quality sport and recreation programs for children that promote healthy growth and development. Programs are designed to be age appropriate, safe and fun. To ensure activities are of the highest quality, we incorporate the HIGH FIVE principles of healthy child development into our Day Camp programs.

Day Camp for children ages 4 - 7 and 8 - 12

March Break Day Camp - register by the day or by the week

Day Campers will enjoy swimming, skating, crafts, and games galore! Plus, Day Camp offers different electives and different themes to keep the children excited and coming back for more! Register in advance for all Day Camp Programs! Registrations on the day of the program are subject to an additional $10.00 fee per child. View the Activity Guide for detailed Day Camp information!

Windsor Community Museum

254 Pitt Street West, Windsor, 519- 253-1812.

Windsor's Community Museum has a collection of documents and artifacts related to the history of Windsor and Essex County. Visit the Museum from March 17 to 21, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and see one of the original 1965 Canadian flags. The museum will close for two months following March Break for renovations. Admission is free, refreshments will be available.

Windsor Public Library

Central Branch, 850 Ouellette

Children’s Chess Club

Monday, March 16 to Thursday, March 19 and Saturday, March 21

1 - 4 pm

Teen Volunteers will be available to help teach the basics of how to play chess. For those who know how to play you are invited to come and play. We will be holding our annual chess tournament at the end of March Break.Registration required.

Lego Duplo Storytime

Monday, March 16

2 - 4 pm

Join us for a terrific time followed by a theme related Duplo Lego activity. If you have a Lego set that you want to show us please bring it. Ages 4 to 12. Registration required.

It’s Not Easy Being Green, Or Is It Day?

Tuesday, March 17

1 - 4 pm

We will welcome dancers from Arden Academy of Irish Dance who will perform on St. Patrick’s Day. This will be followed by stories, crafts, games, ecokids and other fun activities. Ages 4 to 12. Registration required.

Frozen/Diary Of A Wimpy Kid Day

Wednesday, March 18

2 - 4 pm

Join us for a fun day of games and crafts related to terrific stories. Ages 4 to 12. Registration required.

Active Art Day

Tuesday, March 19

2 - 4 pm

Children will create art as they do fun physical activities. What will you create? There will be painting so dress for a bit of a mess. Ages 4 to 12. Registration required.

Catapult Day

Friday, March 20

2 - 3 pm

Back by popular demand. Come in and make a simple catapult so the fun can begin. We’ll experiment with our catapults by launching lightweight items to test the distance and aim. Ages 5 and up. Registration required.

March Monsters Melodrama

Saturday, March 21

Join us for our last blow out party. We need monsters, pirates, princesses, spooky people and artists. If you love to act, put on costumes or paint a set for a play, you will have a great time. Ages 4 to 12. Registration required.To register or for more information call 519-255-6770, Ext. 4579.

Bridgeview, 1295 Campbell

Documentary Day

Monday, March 16

1 - 5 pm

Drop into the library to enjoy a variety of back - to - back documentaries geared for school aged children.

Puzzle Day

Tuesday, March 17

Noon - 4 pm

Drop in to the library and work out some puzzles, crosswords, search words, jigsaw puzzles and more. Choose from varying levels of difficulty for a range of school aged children.

Game Day

Wednesday, March 18

Come to the library and pick a game to play. Why not bring a friend or sibling and challenge them to win?

Technology Day

Tuesday, March 19

2 - 4 pm

'Tweens and teens come to the library and learn about mobile devices or tablets and how to access free eBooks, music, movies and more. Kids need to bring their own devices for optimal participation. Ages 10 to 16.

Craft Day

Friday, March 20

10 am to Noon

Come to the library and get crafty. Make a pipe cleaner pal or an indoor snowman. Ages 6 to 12. Registration required.

Movie Day

Saturday, March 21

2 - 4 pm

Drop in to the library with your friends and family and enjoy a family friendly movie. To register or for more information call 519-255-6770, Ext. 2200.

Budimir, 1310 Grand Marais West

Art Day: Quotable Canvas Creations

Monday, March 16

2:30 - 3:30 pm

Let your artistic side shine this March Break. Immortalize your favourite quote on canvas and create your own masterpiece to brighten up your room. Paint and tape is all it will take to make these cool art pieces for you to take home. Ages 8 to 14. Registration required.

St. Patrick’s Day

Tuesday, March 17

2 - 3 pm

Bring the luck of the Irish into your home with easy-to-make Leprechaun and Shamrock pencil toppers. Registration required.

DIY Day

Wednesday, March 18

Noon - 1 pm

Come join us at the library for some do-it-yourself fun. Together we’ll be making our own mini lava lamps and some “moon dough”, that you’ll be able to take home. Ages 6 to 12. Registration required. To register or for more information call 519-255-6770, Ext. 3300.

Fontainebleau, 3030 Rivard Avenue

Movie Day

Monday, March 16

1 - 3 pm

Join us as we watch some of our favourite movies and have some of our favourite movie snacks.

Technology Day

Tuesday, March 17

11 am - Noon; 4 - 5 pm

Join us for some technology fun as we play with Makey Makeys, make buttons, explore some cool online technology websites, and more. Ages 8 to 12. Registration required.

Game Day

Wednesday, March 18

12:30 - 7:30 pm

A variety of board games will be provided to enjoy. Ages 6 and up.

Day of Mystery

Thursday, March 19

10:30 am - 5:30 pm

A crime has been committed at the library. Follow the clues and solve the crime. Ages 8 to 12. To register or for more information call 519-255-6770, Ext. 5000.

Remington Park, 2710 Lillian Street

Marble Madness Day

Tuesday, March 17

1 - 7 pm

Go mad for marble activities at the library. Activities will include building marble runs, marble painting or a good old-fashioned game of marbles.

Make Your Day

Thursday, March 19

1 - 7 pm

Make a light you can throw. Take apart an old computer or play a video game with an orange. We will be all about making our own fun, so come out and enjoy.

Movie Marathon Day

Saturday, March 21

10 am - 4 pm

A triple feature show for one really great price, free! Come out and enjoy some popcorn (bring your own drink) and three really great family friendly movies. Show times at 10, 12 and 2. come for one or for all. To register or for more information call 519-255-6770, Ext. 5500.

Riverside, 6305 Wyandotte East

Looking For Talent Day

Monday, March 16

2:30 - 4 pm

Join us in celebrating the talented children of Riverside, a musical adventure for children ages 6 to 13.

Art Day

Tuesday, March 17

2:30 - 3:30 pm

Come in and make a beautiful silhouette out of recycled materials. Ages 8 and up. To register or for more information call 519-255-6770, Ext. 6600.

Sandwich, 3312 Sandwich Street

Puzzle Day

Monday, March 16

3- 4 pm

A pile of puzzles will be passed to each particular patron to be solved.

Art Day

Tuesday, March 17

3 - 4 pm

We’ll look at the abstract artists, Paul Klee, Wassily Kandinsky, Georgia O’Keefe, Mark Rothko and try our hand at art that’s independent of visual references in our world.

Game Day

Wednesday, March 18

3 - 4 pm

Your library has a number of table games and a PS3. Come play one of ours or bring your own.

Movie Day

Thursday, March 19

10:30 am - 5:30 pm

Movies are being shown all day from the library’s large collection. To register or for more information call 519-255-6770, Ext. 7700.

Seminole, 4285 Seminole Street

Art Day

Monday, March 16

2:30 - 3:30 pm

It’s time to get imaginative and let those creative juices flow. We will work on amazing art projects that will have people thinking you’re the next Picasso.

Minecraft Day

Wednesday, March 18

2:30 - 3:30 pm

If you love Minecraft and the world of building blocks, you’ll have a blast at this pixilated program designed around the visual world.

Makey Makey Day

Tuesday, March 19

3 - 4 pm

If you’ve been thinking about learning more about Makey Makey’s and wanting to try playing the piano on bananas, now is your opportunity. Drop in to the library and see what kind of creations you can come up with.

Game Day

Saturday, March 21

9 am - 5 pm

Drop in to the library all day and challenge your friends and family to a game of Scrabble, Connect 4, Trouble and many morel. For more information or to register call 519-255-6770, Ext. 8800.

South Walkerville, 1425 Tecumseh East

Pine Cone Owl Day

Monday, March 16

2 - 3 pm

You won’t believe that these adorable owls are made of pine cones, cotton balls and a few bits and pieces. Ages 5 to 12. Limit 20. Registration required.

Glove Monster Day

Tuesday, March 17

2 - 3 pm

Create your own scary pal. Ages 5 to 12. Limit 20. Registration required.

Rock Painting Day

Wednesday, March 18

2 - 3 pm

Create your own pet rock. Ages 5 to 12. Limit 20.

Registration required.

Olaf Day

Thursday, March 19

2 - 3 pm

Bring home your very own Olaf. Ages 5 to 12. Limit 20. Registration required.

Movie Day

Saturday, March 21

2 - 4 pm

Enjoy some popcorn, treats and relax with a movie Ages 5 to 12. For more information or to register call 519-255-6770, Ext. 5900.

Vollmer Culture and Recreation Complex – March Break Activities and Day Camp

Keep your kids busy during March Break. Register for weekly or daily Day Camp. Recreational swimming and skating offered every week day. Visit the town of LaSalle for the March Break Schedule or contact the Vollmer Complex, 2121 Laurier Drive, LaSalle for more information or to register. 519-969-7771, ext. 101.

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