March Break In Brampton .

March Break is less than a week a way, and we’re almost as excited for it as your kids are. If you aren’t planning on driving to Pearson for a tropical family vacation, we’ve got a list of fun things for you to do and see right at home. 

Camps

If you’re not able to take the week off of work, there are several day camps available for kids of all ages. The ones listed below run from Monday to Friday between 9 am and 4 pm. 

Camp Einstein’s invites kids to tackle a hands-on curriculum-based program, which includes math, science and technology. Campers will learn scientific basics through interactive activities that focus on observation, discovery and analysis. Suitable for kids ages 6 to 13.  

Kids In The Kitchen Camp introduces campers to the excitement of the kitchen. Kids will learn how to plan, shop, prepare, cook and bake many different creations from around the world. Programs are available for kids ages 6 to 9 and 10 to 13.

Dance Camp teaches kids a new routine that they will get to perform on Friday. The introductory dance program emphasizes fun and creative movement within a dance environment. Programs are available for kids ages 4 to 5, 6 to 9, and 10 to 13.  

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PAMA Museum

The Peel Art Gallery Museums + Archives is offering a family-friendly event each day during the break. The museum will have guided tours, instructor led drop-in activities and creative projects for your artists to enjoy.

Adults can also take part in their own tour on Thursday night.

Skate

We hope it isn’t too cold – or too warm during the break, because the skating trail at Gage Park is open from 10am until 10pm from March 14 to 18. Come and skate through the trees or under the stars in this majestic park. It's winter magic at its best!

Tubing

Make the most of winter at Mount Chinguacousy. While you can ski and snowboard there, tubing doesn’t take much skill and can be enjoyed by everyone. The slopes won’t be open for much lounger, so this might be your last chance to visit for the year. 

Battle Archery

If you’ve got older kids, or want to do something fun with your friends, this may be the place you’re looking for.  Battle Archery is a described as an archery dodgeball arena, but guests can also play video games, Foosball or ping pong.

Dining Out

J.Red & Co. is one of Brampton’s newer urban eateries. Celebrity chef Jason Rosso launched the restaurant, and is proud to serve delicious meals such as the
Back Yard Special Burg, The King pizza and Scoobi Doo Pasta Bolognese Gumbo.

Whether you’re already happily moved in to Mayfield Village, or are planning to become a community member at Cleave View Estate, Brampton offers all the excitement of a big city, with the comfort and intimacy of a quaint town.