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Check out our Southern Ontario Events Calendar for lots of interesting and fun events and activities for local families in Durham Region, the Greater Toronto Area, York, Peel, Hamilton-Halton, the Kawarthas, Niagara and more...

Snowshoes and Snow Clues at Claremont Field Centre

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Discover the wonders of winter wildlife! Join us to track and identify signs of local animals, and learn some of their secrets for surviving chilly winter temperatures. Try out snowshoeing and leave behind tracks of your own!

Hockey's History of Diversity

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The film Soul On Ice: Past, Present, and Future highlights contributions of black athletes in hockey, from youth organized sports, to the NHL. Soul On Ice presents the achievements of athletes who dared to stand out and make the sport their own. The Documentary features players like Wayne Simmonds and five-time NHL Stanley Cup winner Grant Fuhr. Join creator Damon Kwame Mason for a showing of the film with a Q&A to follow. This film is not rated and may contain material that may not be suitable for all audiences. Viewer discretion is advised. Register: http://bit.ly/2jZVwMP

Polar Bear Fest 2017

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Saturday, February 25, 2017 10:00am to 4:00pm Panda Interpretive Centre – “Polar Bear Invasion” Free with Zoo admission. Celebrate International Polar Bear Day and show your love for polar bears by joining us at our very ‘cool’ Polar Bear Festival. Visitors will be able to take part in fun and educational activities that help raise awareness and support this threatened Canadian species. Polar Bear Fest includes polar bear themed children’s activities and crafts (indoors!), silent auction with a chance to win a special feeding at polar bears, and much more! Special Presentation: Conserving the Polar Bear (*Pre-registration required) 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm Education Auditorium $10 per Member $15 per Non-Member plus General Admission fee** Join us for a special presentation to meet two of our very own polar bear keepers as they share stories of the Zoo’s family of polar bears, the importance of enrichment, their experiences in Churchill, Manitoba (“The Polar Bear Capital of the World”), and how the Zoo is helping to support polar bears. Following the Toronto Zoo's keeper presentation, Dr. Martyn Obbard will discuss his research on polar bears in the wild. Dr. Martyn Obbard is a research scientist who worked with the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and has worked with polar bears for many years. His research interests include ecology and demography of the Southern Hudson Bay polar bear population. His focus has been on how future changes in sea ice distribution and duration will affect the abundance and distribution of polar bears. PLUS, those who register to attend the presentations will have their names entered into a draw* for a chance to win a private training session with a Zoo keeper and one of our polar bears! *Draw prize will be for the winner and three guests. Draw winner will be notified by phone or e-mail. *proceeds will support polar bear conservation. **please note the presentation is not recommended for children under the age of 12 Limited space is available! *Please note all events subject to change without notice.

Lego Afternoons

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Put your building skills to the test with our weekly LEGO challenges. Drop in. Ages 4 and up.

Saturday Maker Club

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Learn about the wonderful world of 3D printing! Find out: What is 3D printing? How do 3D printers work? How can I print my own 3D objects? What can I print? What can I not print? Ages 10 to 14. Register online or by phone at 905-683-4000 x8830.

Toronto Light Fest

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This free event is all about light art and illuminating the city. It's on until March 12, but with 13 acres and thousands of lights to see, you could easily split this into multiple visits.

digiPlaySpace

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TIFF Kids presents digiPlaySpace: Toronto’s interactive playground where kids can control a robotic arm, paint with light, learn to code using physical blocks, and more! The 2017 edition of digiPlaySpace is an immersive learning experience, surrounding visitors and delighting the senses with the world's most innovative, imaginative, and entertaining media creations. The award-winning exhibition runs from February 18 to April 23 at TIFF Bell Lightbox. Tickets on sale now at tiff.net/digiplayspace.

The Outdoor Adventure Show

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See It! Do It! Live It! At The Outdoor Adventure Show, presented by Ontario Travel! Get amazing pre-season deals on the best outdoor gear and travel experiences at this exciting three-day event featuring hundreds of exhibitors. Discover hiking, running/triathlons, camping, kayaking, canoeing, and adventure travel, plus be inspired with seminars from seasoned travelers and experts.

Tamil Reading Circle

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Share stories in both Tamil and English. Practice your Tamil speaking and writing skills as we explore crafts and fun cultural activities. Feb. 26 – Tamil Food: Savour the tastes of Tamil food and learn the basics of veena a Tamil string instrument. Drop-in family program for all ages. Parental participation is encouraged.

Toronto Light Fest

Description

This free event is all about light art and illuminating the city. It's on until March 12, but with 13 acres and thousands of lights to see, you could easily split this into multiple visits.

digiPlaySpace

Description

TIFF Kids presents digiPlaySpace: Toronto’s interactive playground where kids can control a robotic arm, paint with light, learn to code using physical blocks, and more! The 2017 edition of digiPlaySpace is an immersive learning experience, surrounding visitors and delighting the senses with the world's most innovative, imaginative, and entertaining media creations. The award-winning exhibition runs from February 18 to April 23 at TIFF Bell Lightbox. Tickets on sale now at tiff.net/digiplayspace.

The Outdoor Adventure Show

Description

See It! Do It! Live It! At The Outdoor Adventure Show, presented by Ontario Travel! Get amazing pre-season deals on the best outdoor gear and travel experiences at this exciting three-day event featuring hundreds of exhibitors. Discover hiking, running/triathlons, camping, kayaking, canoeing, and adventure travel, plus be inspired with seminars from seasoned travelers and experts.

Rare Disease Day 2017 Flag Raising City of Pickering

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The Carion Fenn Foundation would like to invite you to join us on February 27, 2017 at 2:00 pm at the City of Pickering where Carion Fenn will receive the Rare Disease Day Proclamation and raise the foundation’s flag with Mayor Ryan. In recognition of rare disease day on February 28th, 2017. Our flag will be flown all day on rare disease day at the City of Pickering. Carion Fenn Foundation was established to Educate, Support and help find solutions for those affected by all Rare Diseases. There are over 7,000 known rare diseases or disorders and more than 50% of those affected are children. We strive to help those affected from suffering in silence without the help and support that they deserve. Join us to show your support for our Rare Disease Community, we’d love to see you there. Carion Fenn Foundation Syringomyelia, Chiari Malformation & Other Rare Diseases / Disorders Office: 289-923-8170 communications@carionfenn.org Carion Fenn Foundation: www.carionfenn.org Carion Fenn Network (Community Support): www.togetherwearestronger.org

Toronto Light Fest

Description

This free event is all about light art and illuminating the city. It's on until March 12, but with 13 acres and thousands of lights to see, you could easily split this into multiple visits.

digiPlaySpace

Description

TIFF Kids presents digiPlaySpace: Toronto’s interactive playground where kids can control a robotic arm, paint with light, learn to code using physical blocks, and more! The 2017 edition of digiPlaySpace is an immersive learning experience, surrounding visitors and delighting the senses with the world's most innovative, imaginative, and entertaining media creations. The award-winning exhibition runs from February 18 to April 23 at TIFF Bell Lightbox. Tickets on sale now at tiff.net/digiplayspace.

Family Science Night

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With Scientists in School, students become the scientists. These workshops will spark your child’s interest in science, technology, engineering, math, and the environment through hands-on, discovery-based learning. For kids in K to G8 and their parents. For complete program descriptions, please visit www.ajaxlibrary.ca. Feb. 28 – Forensic: Catch Me if You Can One hour program. When Registering, please select the 6:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. timeslot or the 7:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. timeslot. Register online or by phone at 905-683-4000 x8830.

You Can Change the World!

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Create art and poetry while learning what you can do to make the world a better place. Ages 9-12. Register: http://bit.ly/2lAD35R

Bowl for Rare Disease 2017

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In celebration of Rare Disease Day February 28, 2017, we are having a Bowl for Rare Disease Fundraising Event to help support our Monthly Rare Disease Support Group Meeting in Partnership with the Ajax Public Library and supported by Ajax Rotary Club. Our event will take place at Neb’s Fun World, located at 1300 Wilson Rd N, Oshawa, ON L1K 2B8, on February 28, 2017 from 6pm – 7:30pm Carion Fenn Foundation was established to Educate, Support and help find solutions for those affected by all Rare Diseases such as Syringomyelia (SM), Chiari Malformation (CM), EDS, Arthritis, Epilepsy, Sarcoidosis, LAM, Familial Ataxia and other Diseases or Disorders. There are over 7,000 known rare diseases or disorders and more than 50% of those affected are children. We strive to help those affected from suffering in silence without the help and support that they deserve. Register at https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/bowl-for-rare-disease-tickets-31517668194 Everyone is welcome to join our event. Our event location is fully accessible. You can play as a player or form your own team for a cause or organization with up to 6 players. For more details, you can email us at smcm@carionfenn.org Carion Fenn Foundation www.carionfenn.org 289-923-8170

Toronto Light Fest

Description

This free event is all about light art and illuminating the city. It's on until March 12, but with 13 acres and thousands of lights to see, you could easily split this into multiple visits.

digiPlaySpace

Description

TIFF Kids presents digiPlaySpace: Toronto’s interactive playground where kids can control a robotic arm, paint with light, learn to code using physical blocks, and more! The 2017 edition of digiPlaySpace is an immersive learning experience, surrounding visitors and delighting the senses with the world's most innovative, imaginative, and entertaining media creations. The award-winning exhibition runs from February 18 to April 23 at TIFF Bell Lightbox. Tickets on sale now at tiff.net/digiplayspace.

Toronto Light Fest

Description

This free event is all about light art and illuminating the city. It's on until March 12, but with 13 acres and thousands of lights to see, you could easily split this into multiple visits.

digiPlaySpace

Description

TIFF Kids presents digiPlaySpace: Toronto’s interactive playground where kids can control a robotic arm, paint with light, learn to code using physical blocks, and more! The 2017 edition of digiPlaySpace is an immersive learning experience, surrounding visitors and delighting the senses with the world's most innovative, imaginative, and entertaining media creations. The award-winning exhibition runs from February 18 to April 23 at TIFF Bell Lightbox. Tickets on sale now at tiff.net/digiplayspace.

Toronto Light Fest

Description

This free event is all about light art and illuminating the city. It's on until March 12, but with 13 acres and thousands of lights to see, you could easily split this into multiple visits.

digiPlaySpace

Description

TIFF Kids presents digiPlaySpace: Toronto’s interactive playground where kids can control a robotic arm, paint with light, learn to code using physical blocks, and more! The 2017 edition of digiPlaySpace is an immersive learning experience, surrounding visitors and delighting the senses with the world's most innovative, imaginative, and entertaining media creations. The award-winning exhibition runs from February 18 to April 23 at TIFF Bell Lightbox. Tickets on sale now at tiff.net/digiplayspace.

FITMOM2Be 6 week prenatal fitness series

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Enjoy the fantastic benefits of regular exercise during your pregnancy. Join us for the next 6 week series February 23rd- March 30th 2017 Thursdays 7:30pm @Oshawa Seniors Citizen Centre Reduce back pain & improve posture Gain strength & endurance to help you have an easier labour, birth & recovery period Learn to actively engage your deep core muscles to help minimize Diastasis Recti Engage in weekly topics related to healthy pregnancy, birth & post-partum Suitable for all fitness levels & stages of pregnancy Missed classes can not be tacked on as extra weeks

ROMKids Sleepovers

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Bunk down for the night at Toronto’s ultimate backstage museum pass at the Royal Ontario Museum! Before bedtime, visitors are invited to get up close to Museum artifacts with exclusive after-hours access to our galleries, speak with ROM experts, enjoy a special movie screening, and make your own souvenir to take home. Plus don't miss the PJ karaoke and late night snack! - For children ages 5 and up. - Adult (19+) supervision required (1 adult to 5 children). - Sleepovers include admission to the ROM for the evening and following day of your event.

Toronto Light Fest

Description

This free event is all about light art and illuminating the city. It's on until March 12, but with 13 acres and thousands of lights to see, you could easily split this into multiple visits.

Family Fridays

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Every Friday from January to June from 6:00pm to 8:00pm come and let us serve you.   No one wants to cook another meal at the end of a long week, so let us do that for you.  Relax; Connect with friends; Kids crafts and games. See you soon!

ROM Winter Fridays - Discounted Admission for all ages

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Drinks. Music. Discounted Admission. Reclaim your Friday nights with ROM Winter Fridays. From February 10 to March 17, enjoy discounted admission from 5:30 - 10 pm, and roam the galleries, or check out our newest special exhibition! Plus, head up to the exclusive c5 lounge and treat yourself to drinks, snacks, live performances and a spectacular view of the Toronto skyline.

digiPlaySpace

Description

TIFF Kids presents digiPlaySpace: Toronto’s interactive playground where kids can control a robotic arm, paint with light, learn to code using physical blocks, and more! The 2017 edition of digiPlaySpace is an immersive learning experience, surrounding visitors and delighting the senses with the world's most innovative, imaginative, and entertaining media creations. The award-winning exhibition runs from February 18 to April 23 at TIFF Bell Lightbox. Tickets on sale now at tiff.net/digiplayspace.

Do you believe in magic? ft. J's Magic

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J’s Magic defies the laws of gravity and will turn any nonbeliever into a believer. From coin to card tricks to the rabbit out of the hat, J will bring back some of the traditional tricks and perform tricks you’ve never seen. Be part of the show as you get the chance to participate in some of his tricks. Children will have the opportunity to get their faces painted pre- and post-show. Doors open at 1:30 p.m. with face painting from 1-2 p.m. and again for 30 minutes after the show. Concessions available. Tickets available at the St. Francis Centre Box Office, the Ajax & McLean Community Centres, the Audley Recreation Centre, online at stfranciscentre.ca or for more information call 905-619-2529, ext. 2787 (ARTS).

Winter Wonderland - Critter Crew / Zoo Crew Program

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Saturday March 4, 2017 Some animals love the cold, snowy weather and others have special ‘tricks’ for surviving the chilly winter months like: wearing special coats of fat, fur or feathers, leaving for warmer places or taking a long winter’s nap. Step inside where it’s warm and learn more about ways that animals in the Zoo and in the wild ‘chill out’ to get through the winter. Don’t forget your hat and mitts because we’ll spend some of our time outside exploring the animals and having a little ‘frosty’ fun of our own. TIME: 9:30 am – 3:30 pm COST (per child): $50 Zoo Member, $60 Non-Member Register: http://education.torontozoo.com/products/1099661-winter-wonderland.aspx

Seedy Saturday

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York Region Food Network's 5th Annual Seedy Saturday is taking place March 4, 2017 at Newmarket Community Centre. Seedy Saturday is an opportunity for residents to get together to swap seeds, attend workshops, meet vendors, and buy from local seed companies. This is a great event for new and experienced gardeners, and it will include an interactive kids' area. Free event. For more information, visit https://www.facebook.com/yorkregionfoodnetwork.

Toronto Light Fest

Description

This free event is all about light art and illuminating the city. It's on until March 12, but with 13 acres and thousands of lights to see, you could easily split this into multiple visits.

digiPlaySpace

Description

TIFF Kids presents digiPlaySpace: Toronto’s interactive playground where kids can control a robotic arm, paint with light, learn to code using physical blocks, and more! The 2017 edition of digiPlaySpace is an immersive learning experience, surrounding visitors and delighting the senses with the world's most innovative, imaginative, and entertaining media creations. The award-winning exhibition runs from February 18 to April 23 at TIFF Bell Lightbox. Tickets on sale now at tiff.net/digiplayspace.

Sunday FUNday - Around the Victorian Home

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On Sunday March 5th from 12 - 4 pm, you will see just how different life was for families around a Victorian home. Explore roles of the family, tools and gadgets that made their life easier and how homes are different now in terms of decorating style and architecture. Get hands-on with real artifacts from the Victorian Era used in real Victorian homes, over 150 years ago! Admission is free and this event is fun for all ages.

Techmakers Scratch Session!

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Join us for our pop up "Techmakers Scratch Session" held at Northspace! Whether you are a beginner or an expert on Scratch programming, come on by and get creative while learning to code! From interactive art, to a simple game or even an animation, bring out the tech innovator in you at our Techmakers Scratch Session! For youth ages 8-12 | Students must bring their own laptops and chargers When: Sunday March 5th 2017 | 2pm-3:30pm Where: Northspace - Toronto Visit us at makertechschool.com

Toronto Light Fest

Description

This free event is all about light art and illuminating the city. It's on until March 12, but with 13 acres and thousands of lights to see, you could easily split this into multiple visits.

digiPlaySpace

Description

TIFF Kids presents digiPlaySpace: Toronto’s interactive playground where kids can control a robotic arm, paint with light, learn to code using physical blocks, and more! The 2017 edition of digiPlaySpace is an immersive learning experience, surrounding visitors and delighting the senses with the world's most innovative, imaginative, and entertaining media creations. The award-winning exhibition runs from February 18 to April 23 at TIFF Bell Lightbox. Tickets on sale now at tiff.net/digiplayspace.

Toronto Light Fest

Description

This free event is all about light art and illuminating the city. It's on until March 12, but with 13 acres and thousands of lights to see, you could easily split this into multiple visits.

digiPlaySpace

Description

TIFF Kids presents digiPlaySpace: Toronto’s interactive playground where kids can control a robotic arm, paint with light, learn to code using physical blocks, and more! The 2017 edition of digiPlaySpace is an immersive learning experience, surrounding visitors and delighting the senses with the world's most innovative, imaginative, and entertaining media creations. The award-winning exhibition runs from February 18 to April 23 at TIFF Bell Lightbox. Tickets on sale now at tiff.net/digiplayspace.

Toronto Light Fest

Description

This free event is all about light art and illuminating the city. It's on until March 12, but with 13 acres and thousands of lights to see, you could easily split this into multiple visits.

digiPlaySpace

Description

TIFF Kids presents digiPlaySpace: Toronto’s interactive playground where kids can control a robotic arm, paint with light, learn to code using physical blocks, and more! The 2017 edition of digiPlaySpace is an immersive learning experience, surrounding visitors and delighting the senses with the world's most innovative, imaginative, and entertaining media creations. The award-winning exhibition runs from February 18 to April 23 at TIFF Bell Lightbox. Tickets on sale now at tiff.net/digiplayspace.

Toronto Light Fest

Description

This free event is all about light art and illuminating the city. It's on until March 12, but with 13 acres and thousands of lights to see, you could easily split this into multiple visits.

digiPlaySpace

Description

TIFF Kids presents digiPlaySpace: Toronto’s interactive playground where kids can control a robotic arm, paint with light, learn to code using physical blocks, and more! The 2017 edition of digiPlaySpace is an immersive learning experience, surrounding visitors and delighting the senses with the world's most innovative, imaginative, and entertaining media creations. The award-winning exhibition runs from February 18 to April 23 at TIFF Bell Lightbox. Tickets on sale now at tiff.net/digiplayspace.

Pre-School Story Time

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Each 30-minute story time program features a combination of activities, stories, rhymes, finger plays, and songs. We have a specially-designed story time for your child. Caregivers attend all story time programs except for Pre-School Story Time. Caregivers remain in the Library for the duration of PSST. Registered Story Time programs begin the week of March 6 and end the week of April 17. Register: http://bit.ly/2mdHEf6

Toronto Light Fest

Description

This free event is all about light art and illuminating the city. It's on until March 12, but with 13 acres and thousands of lights to see, you could easily split this into multiple visits.

digiPlaySpace

Description

TIFF Kids presents digiPlaySpace: Toronto’s interactive playground where kids can control a robotic arm, paint with light, learn to code using physical blocks, and more! The 2017 edition of digiPlaySpace is an immersive learning experience, surrounding visitors and delighting the senses with the world's most innovative, imaginative, and entertaining media creations. The award-winning exhibition runs from February 18 to April 23 at TIFF Bell Lightbox. Tickets on sale now at tiff.net/digiplayspace.

FITMOM2Be 6 week prenatal fitness series

Description

Enjoy the fantastic benefits of regular exercise during your pregnancy. Join us for the next 6 week series February 23rd- March 30th 2017 Thursdays 7:30pm @Oshawa Seniors Citizen Centre Reduce back pain & improve posture Gain strength & endurance to help you have an easier labour, birth & recovery period Learn to actively engage your deep core muscles to help minimize Diastasis Recti Engage in weekly topics related to healthy pregnancy, birth & post-partum Suitable for all fitness levels & stages of pregnancy Missed classes can not be tacked on as extra weeks

PA Day Museum Detective Camp

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Calling young history buffs and community explorers!! Make it a PA Day to remember with fun-filled discovery of local history with our PA Day Museum Detective Camp. Camp 1: February 3rd Camp 2: March 10th Camp 3: June 9th Each camp will be filled with themed activities, games and crafts and lots of fun! Programs for campers aged 6 – 12, space is limited, sign up today! 9 am – 4pm 62 Temperance Street, Bowmanville Call 905.623-2734 or email info@claringtonmuseums.com to reserve your spot. $40 per camper per day *Before and after care available *Museum Members receive a 10% discount Not a museum member? It’s easy! Ask about member benefits. www.claringtonmuseums.com

March Break Babysitter Training Course

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March Break Activity - Ideal for kids 10 – 14 yrs. Designed to teach babysitter skills, leadership and first aid in a fun and informative session. Information shared is geared on caring for infants, toddlers and children. Kids will complete activities, role playing and have hands on practice. St. John Ambulance Babysitter Manual and certificate of completion issued. Pre-registration is required 905-434-7800 courses offered each month in Durham Region

Sing (Rated G)

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A hustling impresario attempts to save his theater with a singing competition that becomes grander than he anticipates even as its finalists’ find that their lives will never be the same! * All ages, Includes Boston Pizza, Space limited to 125 participants. Program Location: Main Branch Rotary Room

Toronto Light Fest

Description

This free event is all about light art and illuminating the city. It's on until March 12, but with 13 acres and thousands of lights to see, you could easily split this into multiple visits.

Family Fridays

Description

Every Friday from January to June from 6:00pm to 8:00pm come and let us serve you.   No one wants to cook another meal at the end of a long week, so let us do that for you.  Relax; Connect with friends; Kids crafts and games. See you soon!

ROM Winter Fridays - Discounted Admission for all ages

Description

Drinks. Music. Discounted Admission. Reclaim your Friday nights with ROM Winter Fridays. From February 10 to March 17, enjoy discounted admission from 5:30 - 10 pm, and roam the galleries, or check out our newest special exhibition! Plus, head up to the exclusive c5 lounge and treat yourself to drinks, snacks, live performances and a spectacular view of the Toronto skyline.

digiPlaySpace

Description

TIFF Kids presents digiPlaySpace: Toronto’s interactive playground where kids can control a robotic arm, paint with light, learn to code using physical blocks, and more! The 2017 edition of digiPlaySpace is an immersive learning experience, surrounding visitors and delighting the senses with the world's most innovative, imaginative, and entertaining media creations. The award-winning exhibition runs from February 18 to April 23 at TIFF Bell Lightbox. Tickets on sale now at tiff.net/digiplayspace.

Toronto Light Fest

Description

This free event is all about light art and illuminating the city. It's on until March 12, but with 13 acres and thousands of lights to see, you could easily split this into multiple visits.

digiPlaySpace

Description

TIFF Kids presents digiPlaySpace: Toronto’s interactive playground where kids can control a robotic arm, paint with light, learn to code using physical blocks, and more! The 2017 edition of digiPlaySpace is an immersive learning experience, surrounding visitors and delighting the senses with the world's most innovative, imaginative, and entertaining media creations. The award-winning exhibition runs from February 18 to April 23 at TIFF Bell Lightbox. Tickets on sale now at tiff.net/digiplayspace.

Sugar Shack TO

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Bringing a big dose of sweetness to Toronto’s Waterfront, Sugar Shack TO, in partnership with Waterfront Toronto, is making its comeback this year with double the winter fun. On the first weekend of March Break, March 11-12, 2017, Sugar Beach is the place to be to shake off the winter blues and dip into some traditional cabane à sucre activities. Two sugar shacks will be serving up fresh maple taffy all weekend long as well as tons of fun interactive entertainment including an ice Canvas to paint on, larger than life ice sculpture photo ops, a battle of the chainsaws ice carving demo, giant ice Tic-Tac-Toe, a warming station, sugar shack cuisine at a food market, live music, specialty bar, animal encounters, free hot chocolate & much more! Bundle up and embrace the last of the winter season, Sugar Shack TO will give you a sweet end to winter! Visit www.sugarshackto.ca for more information on schedules and activities. Free general admission.

Toronto Zoo March Break Character Meet and Greets

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Connect with conservation this March Break with some of your favourite characters! Join us for daily meet-and-greets with new characters throughout the week at our Wild Connections tent in front of the Panda Interpretive Centre. Plus, find out what these characters have in common with some of the animals around the Zoo. Meet-and-Greet times: 10 am – 10:30 am 11 am – 11:30 am 12 pm – 12:30 pm 1 pm – 1:30 pm 2pm – 2:30 pm Schedule: http://www.torontozoo.com/Events/March%20Break%202017_Character%20Schedule.pdf?

Giant Panda Cubs Connecting with Wildlife Conservation

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Connecting With Wildlife Conservation, Giant Panda Cubs Saturday, March 11 to Sunday March 19 10 am to 2 pm daily Check out the NEW Toronto Zoo Connecting With Wildlife Conservation – Giant Panda Cub Interpretive Station from 10 am to 2 pm daily at the Panda Interpretive Centre. Kids and adults will have the opportunity to connect with wildlife conservation and learn about Canada’s only giant panda cubs. There will be interactive interpretive stations and you can learn about how we at the Toronto Zoo are working hard to save and protect animals from around the world.

March Break Babysitter Training Course

Description

March Break Activity - Ideal for kids 10 – 14 yrs. Designed to teach babysitter skills, leadership and first aid in a fun and informative session. Information shared is geared on caring for infants, toddlers and children. Kids will complete activities, role playing and have hands on practice. St. John Ambulance Babysitter Manual and certificate of completion issued. Pre-registration is required 905-434-7800 courses offered each month in Durham Region

Toronto Light Fest

Description

This free event is all about light art and illuminating the city. It's on until March 12, but with 13 acres and thousands of lights to see, you could easily split this into multiple visits.

digiPlaySpace

Description

TIFF Kids presents digiPlaySpace: Toronto’s interactive playground where kids can control a robotic arm, paint with light, learn to code using physical blocks, and more! The 2017 edition of digiPlaySpace is an immersive learning experience, surrounding visitors and delighting the senses with the world's most innovative, imaginative, and entertaining media creations. The award-winning exhibition runs from February 18 to April 23 at TIFF Bell Lightbox. Tickets on sale now at tiff.net/digiplayspace.

Sugar Shack TO

Description

Bringing a big dose of sweetness to Toronto’s Waterfront, Sugar Shack TO, in partnership with Waterfront Toronto, is making its comeback this year with double the winter fun. On the first weekend of March Break, March 11-12, 2017, Sugar Beach is the place to be to shake off the winter blues and dip into some traditional cabane à sucre activities. Two sugar shacks will be serving up fresh maple taffy all weekend long as well as tons of fun interactive entertainment including an ice Canvas to paint on, larger than life ice sculpture photo ops, a battle of the chainsaws ice carving demo, giant ice Tic-Tac-Toe, a warming station, sugar shack cuisine at a food market, live music, specialty bar, animal encounters, free hot chocolate & much more! Bundle up and embrace the last of the winter season, Sugar Shack TO will give you a sweet end to winter! Visit www.sugarshackto.ca for more information on schedules and activities. Free general admission.

Toronto Zoo March Break Character Meet and Greets

Description

Connect with conservation this March Break with some of your favourite characters! Join us for daily meet-and-greets with new characters throughout the week at our Wild Connections tent in front of the Panda Interpretive Centre. Plus, find out what these characters have in common with some of the animals around the Zoo. Meet-and-Greet times: 10 am – 10:30 am 11 am – 11:30 am 12 pm – 12:30 pm 1 pm – 1:30 pm 2pm – 2:30 pm Schedule: http://www.torontozoo.com/Events/March%20Break%202017_Character%20Schedule.pdf?

Giant Panda Cubs Connecting with Wildlife Conservation

Description

Connecting With Wildlife Conservation, Giant Panda Cubs Saturday, March 11 to Sunday March 19 10 am to 2 pm daily Check out the NEW Toronto Zoo Connecting With Wildlife Conservation – Giant Panda Cub Interpretive Station from 10 am to 2 pm daily at the Panda Interpretive Centre. Kids and adults will have the opportunity to connect with wildlife conservation and learn about Canada’s only giant panda cubs. There will be interactive interpretive stations and you can learn about how we at the Toronto Zoo are working hard to save and protect animals from around the world.

Wizard World

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Wizard World is a an Indoor family fun Park with fun for the whole family. Located at exhibition Place there is something everyone will love with over 25 rides which include a combination of inflatables and mechanicals. 4 shows that run all day that are sure to peak your interest. Doo Doo the clown, Ryan Brown Magic show, Team T & J the singing and dancing Duo and Reptilia. Come on down and Join the fun!

OPG's March Break Madness - Take a Hike

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Find out about the wildlife that calls Claremont Conservation Area its home, as we hike to a variety of activity centres and finish with a warming campfire. Preregistration is required at www.opg.com. Programs are suitable for children ages 6 to 12. All children must be accompanied by an adult.

OPG's March Break Madness - Spring Water Surprise

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Join staff from Ganaraska Region Conservation Authority to learn about spring water safety through cool science experiments and fun activities. Preregistration is required at www.opg.com. Programs are suitable for children ages 6 to 12. All children must be accompanied by an adult.

Do Try This At Home!

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Your home is filled with science! The library has fun experiments and crazy chemical reactions all with things you might find in your cupboards. * Ages 6-12, Space limited to 50 participants.

My Five Senses - A Poppin' Good Storytime

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Children and caregivers will explore the five senses through stories, rhymes, and STEAM activities. * Doors open 30 minutes before program starts, Space is limited by room capacity.

My Five Senses: A Poppin' Good Storytime!

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Children and caregivers will explore the five senses through stories, rhymes, and STEAM activities. * Doors open 30 minutes before program starts, Space is limited by room capacity.

March Break Camp

Description

One of Toronto's most creative and diverse March Break day camps, we offer an exciting array of fun, activity-based programs inspired by our world-class Museum. Our huge variety of offerings ensures that you'll find a program to match your interest and abilities. The ROM's fascinating galleries, authentic objects and outstanding professional staff guarantee that your camp experience will be hard to beat. - For children ages 5 to 14. - Courses are taught by qualified instructors and classes are limited to 20 students.

digiPlaySpace

Description

TIFF Kids presents digiPlaySpace: Toronto’s interactive playground where kids can control a robotic arm, paint with light, learn to code using physical blocks, and more! The 2017 edition of digiPlaySpace is an immersive learning experience, surrounding visitors and delighting the senses with the world's most innovative, imaginative, and entertaining media creations. The award-winning exhibition runs from February 18 to April 23 at TIFF Bell Lightbox. Tickets on sale now at tiff.net/digiplayspace.

Toronto Zoo March Break Character Meet and Greets

Description

Connect with conservation this March Break with some of your favourite characters! Join us for daily meet-and-greets with new characters throughout the week at our Wild Connections tent in front of the Panda Interpretive Centre. Plus, find out what these characters have in common with some of the animals around the Zoo. Meet-and-Greet times: 10 am – 10:30 am 11 am – 11:30 am 12 pm – 12:30 pm 1 pm – 1:30 pm 2pm – 2:30 pm Schedule: http://www.torontozoo.com/Events/March%20Break%202017_Character%20Schedule.pdf?

Giant Panda Cubs Connecting with Wildlife Conservation

Description

Connecting With Wildlife Conservation, Giant Panda Cubs Saturday, March 11 to Sunday March 19 10 am to 2 pm daily Check out the NEW Toronto Zoo Connecting With Wildlife Conservation – Giant Panda Cub Interpretive Station from 10 am to 2 pm daily at the Panda Interpretive Centre. Kids and adults will have the opportunity to connect with wildlife conservation and learn about Canada’s only giant panda cubs. There will be interactive interpretive stations and you can learn about how we at the Toronto Zoo are working hard to save and protect animals from around the world.

Wizard World

Description

Wizard World is a an Indoor family fun Park with fun for the whole family. Located at exhibition Place there is something everyone will love with over 25 rides which include a combination of inflatables and mechanicals. 4 shows that run all day that are sure to peak your interest. Doo Doo the clown, Ryan Brown Magic show, Team T & J the singing and dancing Duo and Reptilia. Come on down and Join the fun!

March Break Camp 2017

Description

Harmony High - 7-12 yrs A fun and exciting way to explore and learn musical theatre skills while working towards performing in a final showcase performance of Harmony High! Students receive lessons in dance, voice, acting and create set pieces and props for the final performance held at Bravo Academy on the last day of camp. Extended Care Available. Early Bird Fee: $275.00 + HST =$310.75 (ends Dec.31st) Reg. Fee: $300.00 + HST = $339.00

March Break Art Camp

Description

Ultimate Art Camp for ages 6 - 10 with Simon Coates ​ March Break is a great time to learn some serious art skills and have fun at the same time! This unique one-week March Break Art Camp covers the foundations of cartooning, drawing, painting and sculpture. On our lunch and snack breaks we'll play fun art-inspired games. Meet new friends and have tons of creative fun! ​ Ultimate Art Camp Schedule: Monday, Mar 13: Cartooning Tuesday, Mar 14: Comics and Storytelling Wednesday, Mar 15: Discover Painting Thursday, Mar 16: Discover More Painting Friday, Mar 17: Sculpting Mythical Creatures ​ This is a great camp for kids who want to experiment with a variety of artistic styles. All high quality artist's' materials included. Please pack a lunch (we break from 12 - 1 pm). Camp Prices: Full week, full day: $388 (best value) Full week, half day: $258 Drop in Prices: Full Day (9 am – 4 pm): $85 ($12/hr) Half Day (9 am – 12 pm): $55 Half Day (1 - 4 pm): $55 Extended Hours: $15/day (8:30 am - 5:30 pm)

Acres of Fun March Break Camp

Description

An inclusive and integrated March Break Camp for children of all abilities ages 8 to 12 in partnership with Kerry’s Place Autism Services’. The camp hours are from 9 am to 4 pm and will feature a variety of activities including: adaptive sports, nature studies, animal care, geocaching, hay wagon rides, sensory explorations, arts and crafts, horse grooming, cooperative games and much more! This camp is appropriate for individuals who meet the following criteria: • Can travel from one place to another within the facility independently • Can recognize and communicate the need for help or assistance • Need minimal support/help to meet their own needs • With reminders are able to demonstrate community safety skills and awareness of danger • Will remain with group (will not wander without notifying the group lead)

March Break Table Tennis Camp

Description

Students in grades 6-8 are invited to join us daily from 10am - 3pm for table tennis, games, lunch, and a movie in the afternoon. Students in grades 9-12 are invited to join us daily for an afternoon session from 1pm - 3pm for table tennis, foosball, video games, and more. There is no cost to attend, but registration is required. Please contact the church office or visit our website for more information. 905-985-4441 | office@emmanuelcc.ca | www.emmanuelcc.ca

March Break Victorian School days

Description

This March Break come to school at the Oshawa Museum! Visit us in the Verna Conant Gallery at Guy House to see what a one-room schoolhouse was like at the turn of the 19th century! Dress up like a Victorian child, learn to write on slates, but don’t get sent to the corner! Our schoolmarms and masters will show you how to mind your manners and remind you of the rules for students from 1867. See photos of Oshawa’s oldest schools, teachers and classes. You won’t get this experience anywhere else in Oshawa! Monday March 13 - Friday March 17 9 am - 3 pm; $5 per child Call 905.436.7624 x.106 for more info programming@oshawamuseum.org

Mad Science of Toronto Presents: Spin! Pop! Boom!

Description

This thrilling performance will explore a combination of science and fun! Audiences will be awed as the Mad Scientist produces a Genie Out of a Bottle, a Giant Foam Snake and an extra hand! * Doors open 30 minutes before program starts. Ages 6-12, Space limited to 100 participants.

March Break Babysitter Training

Description

March Break Activity - Ideal for kids 10 – 14 yrs. Designed to teach babysitter skills, leadership and first aid in a fun and informative session. Information shared is geared on caring for infants, toddlers and children. Kids will complete activities, role playing and have hands on practice. St. John Ambulance Babysitter Manual and certificate of completion issued. Pre-registration is required 905-434-7800. Courses offered each month in Durham Region

OPG's March Break Madness - Kids Safety Village

Description

Explore safety in a kid-sized village. All activities are outdoors, please dress for the weather. Programs are suitable for children ages 6 to 12. All children must be accompanied by an adult.

March Break Movie: Doctor Strange (Rated PG)

Description

Chill out during March Break with a movie and popcorn. And, get a free comic book just for showing up! Based on the Marvel Comics character. A former neurosurgeon embarks on a journey of healing only to be drawn into the world of the mystic arts. Please note: Our movie titles may change at any time. For the most up-to-date information, please visit www.ajaxlibrary.ca or call any of our branches.

digiPlaySpace

Description

TIFF Kids presents digiPlaySpace: Toronto’s interactive playground where kids can control a robotic arm, paint with light, learn to code using physical blocks, and more! The 2017 edition of digiPlaySpace is an immersive learning experience, surrounding visitors and delighting the senses with the world's most innovative, imaginative, and entertaining media creations. The award-winning exhibition runs from February 18 to April 23 at TIFF Bell Lightbox. Tickets on sale now at tiff.net/digiplayspace.

Toronto Zoo March Break Character Meet and Greets

Description

Connect with conservation this March Break with some of your favourite characters! Join us for daily meet-and-greets with new characters throughout the week at our Wild Connections tent in front of the Panda Interpretive Centre. Plus, find out what these characters have in common with some of the animals around the Zoo. Meet-and-Greet times: 10 am – 10:30 am 11 am – 11:30 am 12 pm – 12:30 pm 1 pm – 1:30 pm 2pm – 2:30 pm Schedule: http://www.torontozoo.com/Events/March%20Break%202017_Character%20Schedule.pdf?

Giant Panda Cubs Connecting with Wildlife Conservation

Description

Connecting With Wildlife Conservation, Giant Panda Cubs Saturday, March 11 to Sunday March 19 10 am to 2 pm daily Check out the NEW Toronto Zoo Connecting With Wildlife Conservation – Giant Panda Cub Interpretive Station from 10 am to 2 pm daily at the Panda Interpretive Centre. Kids and adults will have the opportunity to connect with wildlife conservation and learn about Canada’s only giant panda cubs. There will be interactive interpretive stations and you can learn about how we at the Toronto Zoo are working hard to save and protect animals from around the world.

Wizard World

Description

Wizard World is a an Indoor family fun Park with fun for the whole family. Located at exhibition Place there is something everyone will love with over 25 rides which include a combination of inflatables and mechanicals. 4 shows that run all day that are sure to peak your interest. Doo Doo the clown, Ryan Brown Magic show, Team T & J the singing and dancing Duo and Reptilia. Come on down and Join the fun!

March Break Camp 2017

Description

Harmony High - 7-12 yrs A fun and exciting way to explore and learn musical theatre skills while working towards performing in a final showcase performance of Harmony High! Students receive lessons in dance, voice, acting and create set pieces and props for the final performance held at Bravo Academy on the last day of camp. Extended Care Available. Early Bird Fee: $275.00 + HST =$310.75 (ends Dec.31st) Reg. Fee: $300.00 + HST = $339.00

March Break Art Camp

Description

Ultimate Art Camp for ages 6 - 10 with Simon Coates ​ March Break is a great time to learn some serious art skills and have fun at the same time! This unique one-week March Break Art Camp covers the foundations of cartooning, drawing, painting and sculpture. On our lunch and snack breaks we'll play fun art-inspired games. Meet new friends and have tons of creative fun! ​ Ultimate Art Camp Schedule: Monday, Mar 13: Cartooning Tuesday, Mar 14: Comics and Storytelling Wednesday, Mar 15: Discover Painting Thursday, Mar 16: Discover More Painting Friday, Mar 17: Sculpting Mythical Creatures ​ This is a great camp for kids who want to experiment with a variety of artistic styles. All high quality artist's' materials included. Please pack a lunch (we break from 12 - 1 pm). Camp Prices: Full week, full day: $388 (best value) Full week, half day: $258 Drop in Prices: Full Day (9 am – 4 pm): $85 ($12/hr) Half Day (9 am – 12 pm): $55 Half Day (1 - 4 pm): $55 Extended Hours: $15/day (8:30 am - 5:30 pm)

Acres of Fun March Break Camp

Description

An inclusive and integrated March Break Camp for children of all abilities ages 8 to 12 in partnership with Kerry’s Place Autism Services’. The camp hours are from 9 am to 4 pm and will feature a variety of activities including: adaptive sports, nature studies, animal care, geocaching, hay wagon rides, sensory explorations, arts and crafts, horse grooming, cooperative games and much more! This camp is appropriate for individuals who meet the following criteria: • Can travel from one place to another within the facility independently • Can recognize and communicate the need for help or assistance • Need minimal support/help to meet their own needs • With reminders are able to demonstrate community safety skills and awareness of danger • Will remain with group (will not wander without notifying the group lead)

March Break Table Tennis Camp

Description

Students in grades 6-8 are invited to join us daily from 10am - 3pm for table tennis, games, lunch, and a movie in the afternoon. Students in grades 9-12 are invited to join us daily for an afternoon session from 1pm - 3pm for table tennis, foosball, video games, and more. There is no cost to attend, but registration is required. Please contact the church office or visit our website for more information. 905-985-4441 | office@emmanuelcc.ca | www.emmanuelcc.ca

March Break Victorian School days

Description

This March Break come to school at the Oshawa Museum! Visit us in the Verna Conant Gallery at Guy House to see what a one-room schoolhouse was like at the turn of the 19th century! Dress up like a Victorian child, learn to write on slates, but don’t get sent to the corner! Our schoolmarms and masters will show you how to mind your manners and remind you of the rules for students from 1867. See photos of Oshawa’s oldest schools, teachers and classes. You won’t get this experience anywhere else in Oshawa! Monday March 13 - Friday March 17 9 am - 3 pm; $5 per child Call 905.436.7624 x.106 for more info programming@oshawamuseum.org

March Break Babysitter Training

Description

March Break Activity - Ideal for kids 10 – 14 yrs. Designed to teach babysitter skills, leadership and first aid in a fun and informative session. Information shared is geared on caring for infants, toddlers and children. Kids will complete activities, role playing and have hands on practice. St. John Ambulance Babysitter Manual and certificate of completion issued. Pre-registration is required 905-434-7800. Courses offered each month in Durham Region

Teen Tech Bash

Description

Tech Fair Have you ever raced a robot or used a 3D Printer? We have those! We’ve got Sphero Ollie, Cubelets, LittleBits, Hour of Code, Lego Animation and a 3D printer. No experience or planning required!Explore all of our fun gadgets. Free Pizza Dinner Grab a slice of pizza to recharge during the Teen Tech Bash courtesy of Boston Pizza Ajax. Video Game Tourney Grab your friends, select your favourite Nintendo character in the latest edition of the blockbuster franchise and duke it out on our big screen to be crowned the Super Smash Bros. champion! Ages 12 - 19. Space is limited.

Sphero SPRKs & Ollies

Description

Meet Ollie and SPRK – the intelligent app-enabled racing robot devices that do tricks. Who will win the obstacle course challenge? *Doors open 30 minutes before program starts. Limited to 12 participants

Storm Chaser

Description

Learn about the power of different storms through stories and videos. Make stormy night art and your own tornado in a bottle! * Doors open 30 minutes before program starts. Ages 6-12, Space limited to 40 participants.

digiPlaySpace

Description

TIFF Kids presents digiPlaySpace: Toronto’s interactive playground where kids can control a robotic arm, paint with light, learn to code using physical blocks, and more! The 2017 edition of digiPlaySpace is an immersive learning experience, surrounding visitors and delighting the senses with the world's most innovative, imaginative, and entertaining media creations. The award-winning exhibition runs from February 18 to April 23 at TIFF Bell Lightbox. Tickets on sale now at tiff.net/digiplayspace.

Toronto Zoo March Break Character Meet and Greets

Description

Connect with conservation this March Break with some of your favourite characters! Join us for daily meet-and-greets with new characters throughout the week at our Wild Connections tent in front of the Panda Interpretive Centre. Plus, find out what these characters have in common with some of the animals around the Zoo. Meet-and-Greet times: 10 am – 10:30 am 11 am – 11:30 am 12 pm – 12:30 pm 1 pm – 1:30 pm 2pm – 2:30 pm Schedule: http://www.torontozoo.com/Events/March%20Break%202017_Character%20Schedule.pdf?

Giant Panda Cubs Connecting with Wildlife Conservation

Description

Connecting With Wildlife Conservation, Giant Panda Cubs Saturday, March 11 to Sunday March 19 10 am to 2 pm daily Check out the NEW Toronto Zoo Connecting With Wildlife Conservation – Giant Panda Cub Interpretive Station from 10 am to 2 pm daily at the Panda Interpretive Centre. Kids and adults will have the opportunity to connect with wildlife conservation and learn about Canada’s only giant panda cubs. There will be interactive interpretive stations and you can learn about how we at the Toronto Zoo are working hard to save and protect animals from around the world.

Wizard World

Description

Wizard World is a an Indoor family fun Park with fun for the whole family. Located at exhibition Place there is something everyone will love with over 25 rides which include a combination of inflatables and mechanicals. 4 shows that run all day that are sure to peak your interest. Doo Doo the clown, Ryan Brown Magic show, Team T & J the singing and dancing Duo and Reptilia. Come on down and Join the fun!

March Break Camp 2017

Description

Harmony High - 7-12 yrs A fun and exciting way to explore and learn musical theatre skills while working towards performing in a final showcase performance of Harmony High! Students receive lessons in dance, voice, acting and create set pieces and props for the final performance held at Bravo Academy on the last day of camp. Extended Care Available. Early Bird Fee: $275.00 + HST =$310.75 (ends Dec.31st) Reg. Fee: $300.00 + HST = $339.00

March Break Art Camp

Description

Ultimate Art Camp for ages 6 - 10 with Simon Coates ​ March Break is a great time to learn some serious art skills and have fun at the same time! This unique one-week March Break Art Camp covers the foundations of cartooning, drawing, painting and sculpture. On our lunch and snack breaks we'll play fun art-inspired games. Meet new friends and have tons of creative fun! ​ Ultimate Art Camp Schedule: Monday, Mar 13: Cartooning Tuesday, Mar 14: Comics and Storytelling Wednesday, Mar 15: Discover Painting Thursday, Mar 16: Discover More Painting Friday, Mar 17: Sculpting Mythical Creatures ​ This is a great camp for kids who want to experiment with a variety of artistic styles. All high quality artist's' materials included. Please pack a lunch (we break from 12 - 1 pm). Camp Prices: Full week, full day: $388 (best value) Full week, half day: $258 Drop in Prices: Full Day (9 am – 4 pm): $85 ($12/hr) Half Day (9 am – 12 pm): $55 Half Day (1 - 4 pm): $55 Extended Hours: $15/day (8:30 am - 5:30 pm)

Acres of Fun March Break Camp

Description

An inclusive and integrated March Break Camp for children of all abilities ages 8 to 12 in partnership with Kerry’s Place Autism Services’. The camp hours are from 9 am to 4 pm and will feature a variety of activities including: adaptive sports, nature studies, animal care, geocaching, hay wagon rides, sensory explorations, arts and crafts, horse grooming, cooperative games and much more! This camp is appropriate for individuals who meet the following criteria: • Can travel from one place to another within the facility independently • Can recognize and communicate the need for help or assistance • Need minimal support/help to meet their own needs • With reminders are able to demonstrate community safety skills and awareness of danger • Will remain with group (will not wander without notifying the group lead)

March Break Table Tennis Camp

Description

Students in grades 6-8 are invited to join us daily from 10am - 3pm for table tennis, games, lunch, and a movie in the afternoon. Students in grades 9-12 are invited to join us daily for an afternoon session from 1pm - 3pm for table tennis, foosball, video games, and more. There is no cost to attend, but registration is required. Please contact the church office or visit our website for more information. 905-985-4441 | office@emmanuelcc.ca | www.emmanuelcc.ca

March Break Victorian School days

Description

This March Break come to school at the Oshawa Museum! Visit us in the Verna Conant Gallery at Guy House to see what a one-room schoolhouse was like at the turn of the 19th century! Dress up like a Victorian child, learn to write on slates, but don’t get sent to the corner! Our schoolmarms and masters will show you how to mind your manners and remind you of the rules for students from 1867. See photos of Oshawa’s oldest schools, teachers and classes. You won’t get this experience anywhere else in Oshawa! Monday March 13 - Friday March 17 9 am - 3 pm; $5 per child Call 905.436.7624 x.106 for more info programming@oshawamuseum.org

Toronto Sportsmen’s Show

Description

This year marks the 70th anniversary of The Toronto Sportsmen’s Show! Taking place during March Break from March 15 to 19 at The International Centre, this year’s show will feature over 350 exhibits – highlighting the very best in fishing, hunting, boating, outdoor adventure and travel. Some of this year’s exciting and family-friendly attractions include: action-packed tree climbing, axe throwing and log rolling performances by the West Coast Lumberjacks; cute, cuddly and informative animal displays at the Speaking of Wildlife and Birds of Prey exhibits; a chance to win your share of over $75,000 in cash prizes at the Toronto Star’s Casting Pond Challenge, interactive “Cook Your Catch” demonstrations presented by the Ministry of Natural Resources & Forestry and Foodland Ontario; exhilarating WoofJocks Canine All Stars variety dog shows; hands-on experience in the art of canoe making by the Canadian Canoe Museum – plus much, much, more! Tickets ($20 for adults, $13 for seniors 60+ and juniors aged 13-17; no charge for Children 12 years and under) can be purchased on site. The show runs from 10:00am to 7:00pm Wednesday – Saturday (March 15-18) and Sunday (March 19) from 10:00am to 5:00pm. Parking is free! For further details visit www.torontosportshow.ca. For more information contact: Candace Beres, Environics Communications, 416-969-2705 / cberes@environicspr.com.

OPG's March Break Madness - Family Fun at the Farm

Description

Enjoy snowshoeing, wagon rides and a campfire. Make crafts and meet the farm animals. A $20 charitable donation to the farm is appreciated. Please dress for the weather. Food and refreshments are available for purchase. Children must be accompanied by an adult.

Lunar Lunacy

Description

Enjoy a tasty exploration as you learn about the phases of the moon, see who can create the largest moon crater and much more! * Doors open 30 minutes before program starts. Ages 6-12, Space limited to 40 participants.

Capture the Wind

Description

Explore wind power as you create your own Wind Chimes! * Doors open 30 minutes before program starts. Ages 6-12, Space limited to 12 participants.

Princess Dance Party

Description

What are your Princesses and Superheroes doing this March Break?   We invite you to join us for our 2nd annual Princess Dance Party, an enchanted evening of everything magical and fun!   When? Thursday, March 16, 2017 Time? 4:00 pm - 8:00 pm Where? Liberty Grand   Tickets are $70 and include:    Glow-in-the-dark Wish Wand Package    Carriage rides in a real horse-drawn carriage    Superhero skills training and games    Face painting    Craft stations    Partying with your favourite Princesses and Action Heroes    Great food for the whole family    And of course, a royally-rockin’ Dance Party!   Every princess deserves a little pampering! You can add the Princess Parlour Package to your evening’s festivities for just $15; the package includes hair style, glittery gloss and a little pink on the cheeks!   This event SOLD OUT last year so don’t delay, buy your tickets today!   www.childrenswish.ca/princessparty/toronto

digiPlaySpace

Description

TIFF Kids presents digiPlaySpace: Toronto’s interactive playground where kids can control a robotic arm, paint with light, learn to code using physical blocks, and more! The 2017 edition of digiPlaySpace is an immersive learning experience, surrounding visitors and delighting the senses with the world's most innovative, imaginative, and entertaining media creations. The award-winning exhibition runs from February 18 to April 23 at TIFF Bell Lightbox. Tickets on sale now at tiff.net/digiplayspace.

FITMOM2Be 6 week prenatal fitness series

Description

Enjoy the fantastic benefits of regular exercise during your pregnancy. Join us for the next 6 week series February 23rd- March 30th 2017 Thursdays 7:30pm @Oshawa Seniors Citizen Centre Reduce back pain & improve posture Gain strength & endurance to help you have an easier labour, birth & recovery period Learn to actively engage your deep core muscles to help minimize Diastasis Recti Engage in weekly topics related to healthy pregnancy, birth & post-partum Suitable for all fitness levels & stages of pregnancy Missed classes can not be tacked on as extra weeks

Toronto Zoo March Break Character Meet and Greets

Description

Connect with conservation this March Break with some of your favourite characters! Join us for daily meet-and-greets with new characters throughout the week at our Wild Connections tent in front of the Panda Interpretive Centre. Plus, find out what these characters have in common with some of the animals around the Zoo. Meet-and-Greet times: 10 am – 10:30 am 11 am – 11:30 am 12 pm – 12:30 pm 1 pm – 1:30 pm 2pm – 2:30 pm Schedule: http://www.torontozoo.com/Events/March%20Break%202017_Character%20Schedule.pdf?

Giant Panda Cubs Connecting with Wildlife Conservation

Description

Connecting With Wildlife Conservation, Giant Panda Cubs Saturday, March 11 to Sunday March 19 10 am to 2 pm daily Check out the NEW Toronto Zoo Connecting With Wildlife Conservation – Giant Panda Cub Interpretive Station from 10 am to 2 pm daily at the Panda Interpretive Centre. Kids and adults will have the opportunity to connect with wildlife conservation and learn about Canada’s only giant panda cubs. There will be interactive interpretive stations and you can learn about how we at the Toronto Zoo are working hard to save and protect animals from around the world.

Wizard World

Description

Wizard World is a an Indoor family fun Park with fun for the whole family. Located at exhibition Place there is something everyone will love with over 25 rides which include a combination of inflatables and mechanicals. 4 shows that run all day that are sure to peak your interest. Doo Doo the clown, Ryan Brown Magic show, Team T & J the singing and dancing Duo and Reptilia. Come on down and Join the fun!

March Break Camp 2017

Description

Harmony High - 7-12 yrs A fun and exciting way to explore and learn musical theatre skills while working towards performing in a final showcase performance of Harmony High! Students receive lessons in dance, voice, acting and create set pieces and props for the final performance held at Bravo Academy on the last day of camp. Extended Care Available. Early Bird Fee: $275.00 + HST =$310.75 (ends Dec.31st) Reg. Fee: $300.00 + HST = $339.00

March Break Art Camp

Description

Ultimate Art Camp for ages 6 - 10 with Simon Coates ​ March Break is a great time to learn some serious art skills and have fun at the same time! This unique one-week March Break Art Camp covers the foundations of cartooning, drawing, painting and sculpture. On our lunch and snack breaks we'll play fun art-inspired games. Meet new friends and have tons of creative fun! ​ Ultimate Art Camp Schedule: Monday, Mar 13: Cartooning Tuesday, Mar 14: Comics and Storytelling Wednesday, Mar 15: Discover Painting Thursday, Mar 16: Discover More Painting Friday, Mar 17: Sculpting Mythical Creatures ​ This is a great camp for kids who want to experiment with a variety of artistic styles. All high quality artist's' materials included. Please pack a lunch (we break from 12 - 1 pm). Camp Prices: Full week, full day: $388 (best value) Full week, half day: $258 Drop in Prices: Full Day (9 am – 4 pm): $85 ($12/hr) Half Day (9 am – 12 pm): $55 Half Day (1 - 4 pm): $55 Extended Hours: $15/day (8:30 am - 5:30 pm)

Acres of Fun March Break Camp

Description

An inclusive and integrated March Break Camp for children of all abilities ages 8 to 12 in partnership with Kerry’s Place Autism Services’. The camp hours are from 9 am to 4 pm and will feature a variety of activities including: adaptive sports, nature studies, animal care, geocaching, hay wagon rides, sensory explorations, arts and crafts, horse grooming, cooperative games and much more! This camp is appropriate for individuals who meet the following criteria: • Can travel from one place to another within the facility independently • Can recognize and communicate the need for help or assistance • Need minimal support/help to meet their own needs • With reminders are able to demonstrate community safety skills and awareness of danger • Will remain with group (will not wander without notifying the group lead)

March Break Table Tennis Camp

Description

Students in grades 6-8 are invited to join us daily from 10am - 3pm for table tennis, games, lunch, and a movie in the afternoon. Students in grades 9-12 are invited to join us daily for an afternoon session from 1pm - 3pm for table tennis, foosball, video games, and more. There is no cost to attend, but registration is required. Please contact the church office or visit our website for more information. 905-985-4441 | office@emmanuelcc.ca | www.emmanuelcc.ca

March Break Victorian School days

Description

This March Break come to school at the Oshawa Museum! Visit us in the Verna Conant Gallery at Guy House to see what a one-room schoolhouse was like at the turn of the 19th century! Dress up like a Victorian child, learn to write on slates, but don’t get sent to the corner! Our schoolmarms and masters will show you how to mind your manners and remind you of the rules for students from 1867. See photos of Oshawa’s oldest schools, teachers and classes. You won’t get this experience anywhere else in Oshawa! Monday March 13 - Friday March 17 9 am - 3 pm; $5 per child Call 905.436.7624 x.106 for more info programming@oshawamuseum.org

Toronto Sportsmen’s Show

Description

This year marks the 70th anniversary of The Toronto Sportsmen’s Show! Taking place during March Break from March 15 to 19 at The International Centre, this year’s show will feature over 350 exhibits – highlighting the very best in fishing, hunting, boating, outdoor adventure and travel. Some of this year’s exciting and family-friendly attractions include: action-packed tree climbing, axe throwing and log rolling performances by the West Coast Lumberjacks; cute, cuddly and informative animal displays at the Speaking of Wildlife and Birds of Prey exhibits; a chance to win your share of over $75,000 in cash prizes at the Toronto Star’s Casting Pond Challenge, interactive “Cook Your Catch” demonstrations presented by the Ministry of Natural Resources & Forestry and Foodland Ontario; exhilarating WoofJocks Canine All Stars variety dog shows; hands-on experience in the art of canoe making by the Canadian Canoe Museum – plus much, much, more! Tickets ($20 for adults, $13 for seniors 60+ and juniors aged 13-17; no charge for Children 12 years and under) can be purchased on site. The show runs from 10:00am to 7:00pm Wednesday – Saturday (March 15-18) and Sunday (March 19) from 10:00am to 5:00pm. Parking is free! For further details visit www.torontosportshow.ca. For more information contact: Candace Beres, Environics Communications, 416-969-2705 / cberes@environicspr.com.

Things that Go Bounce in the Night

Description

After sharing stories, families will explore things that bounce and create Bouncy Balls! * Doors open 30 minutes before program starts. All ages, Space limited by room capacity.

OPG's March Break Madness - Maple Time Fun

Description

From the clear sap of a maple tree comes one of Canada's most tasty treats! OPG activities are FREE, but there is a $5 per person admission fee to Purple Woods. Admission tickets must be purchased in advance at www.cloca.com and non-OPG activities cost extra.

OPG's March Break Madness - Eureka

Description

Calling all scientists! Embark on a journey of discovery, and unlock the mystery and magic of science with Let's Talk Science and the Pickering Library Little Bits program. Preregistration is required at www.opg.com. Programs are suitable for children ages 6 to 12. All children must be accompanied by an adult.

Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them (Rated PG)

Description

The adventures of writer Newt Scamander in New York’s secret community of witches and wizards 70 years before Harry Potter reads his book in school! * All ages, Includes Boston Pizza, Space limited to 125 participants. Doors open at 9:30am. Program Location: Main Branch Rotary Room

Discovery with LittleBits & Cubelets Robotics

Description

Find out all the cool things you can create with littleBits and Cubelets, including electronic flashlights, doorbells, pinwheels, moving hands and more. *Doors open 30 minutes before program starts. Limited to 12 participants

Family Fridays

Description

Every Friday from January to June from 6:00pm to 8:00pm come and let us serve you.   No one wants to cook another meal at the end of a long week, so let us do that for you.  Relax; Connect with friends; Kids crafts and games. See you soon!

ROM Winter Fridays - Discounted Admission for all ages

Description

Drinks. Music. Discounted Admission. Reclaim your Friday nights with ROM Winter Fridays. From February 10 to March 17, enjoy discounted admission from 5:30 - 10 pm, and roam the galleries, or check out our newest special exhibition! Plus, head up to the exclusive c5 lounge and treat yourself to drinks, snacks, live performances and a spectacular view of the Toronto skyline.

digiPlaySpace

Description

TIFF Kids presents digiPlaySpace: Toronto’s interactive playground where kids can control a robotic arm, paint with light, learn to code using physical blocks, and more! The 2017 edition of digiPlaySpace is an immersive learning experience, surrounding visitors and delighting the senses with the world's most innovative, imaginative, and entertaining media creations. The award-winning exhibition runs from February 18 to April 23 at TIFF Bell Lightbox. Tickets on sale now at tiff.net/digiplayspace.

Toronto Zoo March Break Character Meet and Greets

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Connect with conservation this March Break with some of your favourite characters! Join us for daily meet-and-greets with new characters throughout the week at our Wild Connections tent in front of the Panda Interpretive Centre. Plus, find out what these characters have in common with some of the animals around the Zoo. Meet-and-Greet times: 10 am – 10:30 am 11 am – 11:30 am 12 pm – 12:30 pm 1 pm – 1:30 pm 2pm – 2:30 pm Schedule: http://www.torontozoo.com/Events/March%20Break%202017_Character%20Schedule.pdf?

Giant Panda Cubs Connecting with Wildlife Conservation

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Connecting With Wildlife Conservation, Giant Panda Cubs Saturday, March 11 to Sunday March 19 10 am to 2 pm daily Check out the NEW Toronto Zoo Connecting With Wildlife Conservation – Giant Panda Cub Interpretive Station from 10 am to 2 pm daily at the Panda Interpretive Centre. Kids and adults will have the opportunity to connect with wildlife conservation and learn about Canada’s only giant panda cubs. There will be interactive interpretive stations and you can learn about how we at the Toronto Zoo are working hard to save and protect animals from around the world.

Wizard World

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Wizard World is a an Indoor family fun Park with fun for the whole family. Located at exhibition Place there is something everyone will love with over 25 rides which include a combination of inflatables and mechanicals. 4 shows that run all day that are sure to peak your interest. Doo Doo the clown, Ryan Brown Magic show, Team T & J the singing and dancing Duo and Reptilia. Come on down and Join the fun!

March Break Camp 2017

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Harmony High - 7-12 yrs A fun and exciting way to explore and learn musical theatre skills while working towards performing in a final showcase performance of Harmony High! Students receive lessons in dance, voice, acting and create set pieces and props for the final performance held at Bravo Academy on the last day of camp. Extended Care Available. Early Bird Fee: $275.00 + HST =$310.75 (ends Dec.31st) Reg. Fee: $300.00 + HST = $339.00

March Break Art Camp

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Ultimate Art Camp for ages 6 - 10 with Simon Coates ​ March Break is a great time to learn some serious art skills and have fun at the same time! This unique one-week March Break Art Camp covers the foundations of cartooning, drawing, painting and sculpture. On our lunch and snack breaks we'll play fun art-inspired games. Meet new friends and have tons of creative fun! ​ Ultimate Art Camp Schedule: Monday, Mar 13: Cartooning Tuesday, Mar 14: Comics and Storytelling Wednesday, Mar 15: Discover Painting Thursday, Mar 16: Discover More Painting Friday, Mar 17: Sculpting Mythical Creatures ​ This is a great camp for kids who want to experiment with a variety of artistic styles. All high quality artist's' materials included. Please pack a lunch (we break from 12 - 1 pm). Camp Prices: Full week, full day: $388 (best value) Full week, half day: $258 Drop in Prices: Full Day (9 am – 4 pm): $85 ($12/hr) Half Day (9 am – 12 pm): $55 Half Day (1 - 4 pm): $55 Extended Hours: $15/day (8:30 am - 5:30 pm)

Acres of Fun March Break Camp

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An inclusive and integrated March Break Camp for children of all abilities ages 8 to 12 in partnership with Kerry’s Place Autism Services’. The camp hours are from 9 am to 4 pm and will feature a variety of activities including: adaptive sports, nature studies, animal care, geocaching, hay wagon rides, sensory explorations, arts and crafts, horse grooming, cooperative games and much more! This camp is appropriate for individuals who meet the following criteria: • Can travel from one place to another within the facility independently • Can recognize and communicate the need for help or assistance • Need minimal support/help to meet their own needs • With reminders are able to demonstrate community safety skills and awareness of danger • Will remain with group (will not wander without notifying the group lead)

March Break Victorian School days

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This March Break come to school at the Oshawa Museum! Visit us in the Verna Conant Gallery at Guy House to see what a one-room schoolhouse was like at the turn of the 19th century! Dress up like a Victorian child, learn to write on slates, but don’t get sent to the corner! Our schoolmarms and masters will show you how to mind your manners and remind you of the rules for students from 1867. See photos of Oshawa’s oldest schools, teachers and classes. You won’t get this experience anywhere else in Oshawa! Monday March 13 - Friday March 17 9 am - 3 pm; $5 per child Call 905.436.7624 x.106 for more info programming@oshawamuseum.org

Toronto Sportsmen’s Show

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This year marks the 70th anniversary of The Toronto Sportsmen’s Show! Taking place during March Break from March 15 to 19 at The International Centre, this year’s show will feature over 350 exhibits – highlighting the very best in fishing, hunting, boating, outdoor adventure and travel. Some of this year’s exciting and family-friendly attractions include: action-packed tree climbing, axe throwing and log rolling performances by the West Coast Lumberjacks; cute, cuddly and informative animal displays at the Speaking of Wildlife and Birds of Prey exhibits; a chance to win your share of over $75,000 in cash prizes at the Toronto Star’s Casting Pond Challenge, interactive “Cook Your Catch” demonstrations presented by the Ministry of Natural Resources & Forestry and Foodland Ontario; exhilarating WoofJocks Canine All Stars variety dog shows; hands-on experience in the art of canoe making by the Canadian Canoe Museum – plus much, much, more! Tickets ($20 for adults, $13 for seniors 60+ and juniors aged 13-17; no charge for Children 12 years and under) can be purchased on site. The show runs from 10:00am to 7:00pm Wednesday – Saturday (March 15-18) and Sunday (March 19) from 10:00am to 5:00pm. Parking is free! For further details visit www.torontosportshow.ca. For more information contact: Candace Beres, Environics Communications, 416-969-2705 / cberes@environicspr.com.

digiPlaySpace

Description

TIFF Kids presents digiPlaySpace: Toronto’s interactive playground where kids can control a robotic arm, paint with light, learn to code using physical blocks, and more! The 2017 edition of digiPlaySpace is an immersive learning experience, surrounding visitors and delighting the senses with the world's most innovative, imaginative, and entertaining media creations. The award-winning exhibition runs from February 18 to April 23 at TIFF Bell Lightbox. Tickets on sale now at tiff.net/digiplayspace.

Toronto Zoo March Break Character Meet and Greets

Description

Connect with conservation this March Break with some of your favourite characters! Join us for daily meet-and-greets with new characters throughout the week at our Wild Connections tent in front of the Panda Interpretive Centre. Plus, find out what these characters have in common with some of the animals around the Zoo. Meet-and-Greet times: 10 am – 10:30 am 11 am – 11:30 am 12 pm – 12:30 pm 1 pm – 1:30 pm 2pm – 2:30 pm Schedule: http://www.torontozoo.com/Events/March%20Break%202017_Character%20Schedule.pdf?

Giant Panda Cubs Connecting with Wildlife Conservation

Description

Connecting With Wildlife Conservation, Giant Panda Cubs Saturday, March 11 to Sunday March 19 10 am to 2 pm daily Check out the NEW Toronto Zoo Connecting With Wildlife Conservation – Giant Panda Cub Interpretive Station from 10 am to 2 pm daily at the Panda Interpretive Centre. Kids and adults will have the opportunity to connect with wildlife conservation and learn about Canada’s only giant panda cubs. There will be interactive interpretive stations and you can learn about how we at the Toronto Zoo are working hard to save and protect animals from around the world.

Wizard World

Description

Wizard World is a an Indoor family fun Park with fun for the whole family. Located at exhibition Place there is something everyone will love with over 25 rides which include a combination of inflatables and mechanicals. 4 shows that run all day that are sure to peak your interest. Doo Doo the clown, Ryan Brown Magic show, Team T & J the singing and dancing Duo and Reptilia. Come on down and Join the fun!

Toronto Sportsmen’s Show

Description

This year marks the 70th anniversary of The Toronto Sportsmen’s Show! Taking place during March Break from March 15 to 19 at The International Centre, this year’s show will feature over 350 exhibits – highlighting the very best in fishing, hunting, boating, outdoor adventure and travel. Some of this year’s exciting and family-friendly attractions include: action-packed tree climbing, axe throwing and log rolling performances by the West Coast Lumberjacks; cute, cuddly and informative animal displays at the Speaking of Wildlife and Birds of Prey exhibits; a chance to win your share of over $75,000 in cash prizes at the Toronto Star’s Casting Pond Challenge, interactive “Cook Your Catch” demonstrations presented by the Ministry of Natural Resources & Forestry and Foodland Ontario; exhilarating WoofJocks Canine All Stars variety dog shows; hands-on experience in the art of canoe making by the Canadian Canoe Museum – plus much, much, more! Tickets ($20 for adults, $13 for seniors 60+ and juniors aged 13-17; no charge for Children 12 years and under) can be purchased on site. The show runs from 10:00am to 7:00pm Wednesday – Saturday (March 15-18) and Sunday (March 19) from 10:00am to 5:00pm. Parking is free! For further details visit www.torontosportshow.ca. For more information contact: Candace Beres, Environics Communications, 416-969-2705 / cberes@environicspr.com.

Graphic Design and Photo Editing for Kids

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On March 18 and March 19 2017, we are hosting a fun filled graphic design and photo editing weekend workshop! Bring in your laptops and get creative using online graphic design and photo editing tools. We will provide the camera and drawing tablet for all your artistic needs. Become a techmaker and join in on the fun! For youth ages 8-12 | Students must bring their own laptops and chargers When: Saturday March 18th 2017 | 2pm-5pm Sunday March 19th 2017 | 2pm-5pm Where: Northspace - Toronto For more details, visit us at: makertechschool.com

digiPlaySpace

Description

TIFF Kids presents digiPlaySpace: Toronto’s interactive playground where kids can control a robotic arm, paint with light, learn to code using physical blocks, and more! The 2017 edition of digiPlaySpace is an immersive learning experience, surrounding visitors and delighting the senses with the world's most innovative, imaginative, and entertaining media creations. The award-winning exhibition runs from February 18 to April 23 at TIFF Bell Lightbox. Tickets on sale now at tiff.net/digiplayspace.

Toronto Zoo March Break Character Meet and Greets

Description

Connect with conservation this March Break with some of your favourite characters! Join us for daily meet-and-greets with new characters throughout the week at our Wild Connections tent in front of the Panda Interpretive Centre. Plus, find out what these characters have in common with some of the animals around the Zoo. Meet-and-Greet times: 10 am – 10:30 am 11 am – 11:30 am 12 pm – 12:30 pm 1 pm – 1:30 pm 2pm – 2:30 pm Schedule: http://www.torontozoo.com/Events/March%20Break%202017_Character%20Schedule.pdf?

Giant Panda Cubs Connecting with Wildlife Conservation

Description

Connecting With Wildlife Conservation, Giant Panda Cubs Saturday, March 11 to Sunday March 19 10 am to 2 pm daily Check out the NEW Toronto Zoo Connecting With Wildlife Conservation – Giant Panda Cub Interpretive Station from 10 am to 2 pm daily at the Panda Interpretive Centre. Kids and adults will have the opportunity to connect with wildlife conservation and learn about Canada’s only giant panda cubs. There will be interactive interpretive stations and you can learn about how we at the Toronto Zoo are working hard to save and protect animals from around the world.

Wizard World

Description

Wizard World is a an Indoor family fun Park with fun for the whole family. Located at exhibition Place there is something everyone will love with over 25 rides which include a combination of inflatables and mechanicals. 4 shows that run all day that are sure to peak your interest. Doo Doo the clown, Ryan Brown Magic show, Team T & J the singing and dancing Duo and Reptilia. Come on down and Join the fun!

Graphic Design and Photo Editing for Kids

Description

On March 18 and March 19 2017, we are hosting a fun filled graphic design and photo editing weekend workshop! Bring in your laptops and get creative using online graphic design and photo editing tools. We will provide the camera and drawing tablet for all your artistic needs. Become a techmaker and join in on the fun! For youth ages 8-12 | Students must bring their own laptops and chargers When: Saturday March 18th 2017 | 2pm-5pm Sunday March 19th 2017 | 2pm-5pm Where: Northspace - Toronto For more details, visit us at: makertechschool.com

digiPlaySpace

Description

TIFF Kids presents digiPlaySpace: Toronto’s interactive playground where kids can control a robotic arm, paint with light, learn to code using physical blocks, and more! The 2017 edition of digiPlaySpace is an immersive learning experience, surrounding visitors and delighting the senses with the world's most innovative, imaginative, and entertaining media creations. The award-winning exhibition runs from February 18 to April 23 at TIFF Bell Lightbox. Tickets on sale now at tiff.net/digiplayspace.

digiPlaySpace

Description

TIFF Kids presents digiPlaySpace: Toronto’s interactive playground where kids can control a robotic arm, paint with light, learn to code using physical blocks, and more! The 2017 edition of digiPlaySpace is an immersive learning experience, surrounding visitors and delighting the senses with the world's most innovative, imaginative, and entertaining media creations. The award-winning exhibition runs from February 18 to April 23 at TIFF Bell Lightbox. Tickets on sale now at tiff.net/digiplayspace.

digiPlaySpace

Description

TIFF Kids presents digiPlaySpace: Toronto’s interactive playground where kids can control a robotic arm, paint with light, learn to code using physical blocks, and more! The 2017 edition of digiPlaySpace is an immersive learning experience, surrounding visitors and delighting the senses with the world's most innovative, imaginative, and entertaining media creations. The award-winning exhibition runs from February 18 to April 23 at TIFF Bell Lightbox. Tickets on sale now at tiff.net/digiplayspace.

digiPlaySpace

Description

TIFF Kids presents digiPlaySpace: Toronto’s interactive playground where kids can control a robotic arm, paint with light, learn to code using physical blocks, and more! The 2017 edition of digiPlaySpace is an immersive learning experience, surrounding visitors and delighting the senses with the world's most innovative, imaginative, and entertaining media creations. The award-winning exhibition runs from February 18 to April 23 at TIFF Bell Lightbox. Tickets on sale now at tiff.net/digiplayspace.

FITMOM2Be 6 week prenatal fitness series

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Enjoy the fantastic benefits of regular exercise during your pregnancy. Join us for the next 6 week series February 23rd- March 30th 2017 Thursdays 7:30pm @Oshawa Seniors Citizen Centre Reduce back pain & improve posture Gain strength & endurance to help you have an easier labour, birth & recovery period Learn to actively engage your deep core muscles to help minimize Diastasis Recti Engage in weekly topics related to healthy pregnancy, birth & post-partum Suitable for all fitness levels & stages of pregnancy Missed classes can not be tacked on as extra weeks

13, The Musical

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Steppin Out Theatrical Productions Presents: Evan Goldman is plucked from his fast paced, preteen New York City life and plopped into a sleepy Indiana town following his parents divorce and two weeks before his Bar Mitzvah. Surrounded by an array of simpleminded middle school students, he needs to establish his place in the popularity pecking order. Can he situate himself on a comfortable link of the food chain or will he dangle at the end with the outcasts? Featuring an unforgettable rock score by Tony Award-winning composer Jason Robert Brown, this high-energy musical will feature a cast made up of some of York Region¹s most talented teenagers. At the Richmond Hill Centre For Performing Arts, 10268 Yonge Street. March 23-25, 2017. Evening performances at 7:30 pm; matinees at 1:30 pm. Tickets $28 & $34 - 905 787-8811

Family Fridays

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Every Friday from January to June from 6:00pm to 8:00pm come and let us serve you.   No one wants to cook another meal at the end of a long week, so let us do that for you.  Relax; Connect with friends; Kids crafts and games. See you soon!

digiPlaySpace

Description

TIFF Kids presents digiPlaySpace: Toronto’s interactive playground where kids can control a robotic arm, paint with light, learn to code using physical blocks, and more! The 2017 edition of digiPlaySpace is an immersive learning experience, surrounding visitors and delighting the senses with the world's most innovative, imaginative, and entertaining media creations. The award-winning exhibition runs from February 18 to April 23 at TIFF Bell Lightbox. Tickets on sale now at tiff.net/digiplayspace.

13, The Musical

Description

Steppin Out Theatrical Productions Presents: Evan Goldman is plucked from his fast paced, preteen New York City life and plopped into a sleepy Indiana town following his parents divorce and two weeks before his Bar Mitzvah. Surrounded by an array of simpleminded middle school students, he needs to establish his place in the popularity pecking order. Can he situate himself on a comfortable link of the food chain or will he dangle at the end with the outcasts? Featuring an unforgettable rock score by Tony Award-winning composer Jason Robert Brown, this high-energy musical will feature a cast made up of some of York Region¹s most talented teenagers. At the Richmond Hill Centre For Performing Arts, 10268 Yonge Street. March 23-25, 2017. Evening performances at 7:30 pm; matinees at 1:30 pm. Tickets $28 & $34 - 905 787-8811

digiPlaySpace

Description

TIFF Kids presents digiPlaySpace: Toronto’s interactive playground where kids can control a robotic arm, paint with light, learn to code using physical blocks, and more! The 2017 edition of digiPlaySpace is an immersive learning experience, surrounding visitors and delighting the senses with the world's most innovative, imaginative, and entertaining media creations. The award-winning exhibition runs from February 18 to April 23 at TIFF Bell Lightbox. Tickets on sale now at tiff.net/digiplayspace.

13, The Musical

Description

Steppin Out Theatrical Productions Presents: Evan Goldman is plucked from his fast paced, preteen New York City life and plopped into a sleepy Indiana town following his parents divorce and two weeks before his Bar Mitzvah. Surrounded by an array of simpleminded middle school students, he needs to establish his place in the popularity pecking order. Can he situate himself on a comfortable link of the food chain or will he dangle at the end with the outcasts? Featuring an unforgettable rock score by Tony Award-winning composer Jason Robert Brown, this high-energy musical will feature a cast made up of some of York Region¹s most talented teenagers. At the Richmond Hill Centre For Performing Arts, 10268 Yonge Street. March 23-25, 2017. Evening performances at 7:30 pm; matinees at 1:30 pm. Tickets $28 & $34 - 905 787-8811