What are your plans for March Break? If you staying in the city and looking some inspiration, look no further. Below is our list of top things to do this week with the kids.
Maple at the Village
This March Break, celebrate the charm of maple syrup season as Black Creek Pioneer Village buzzes with the energy of early spring. Discover the old-fashioned skills needed to take this sweet treat all the way from tree to table.
Black Creek Pioneer Village, 1000 Murray Ross Parkway
Other Maple Syrup Festivals
SpringFestTO This indoor fun park has entertainment to thrill the entire family and kids of all ages with over 25 mechanical and inflatable rides, food vendors, a little tots area for kids under 5, arts and crafts and daily shows. Exciting attractions include the all-time favourite and returning Doo Doo the Clown, midway rides, a Bounce Entertainment Dance Party, Birds of Prey, a petting zoo and much more.
Markham Fairgrounds, 10801 Mccowan Rd, Markham
Presented by FAN EXPO is a pop culture convention for fans of comics, sci-fi, horror, anime, and gaming. The 3-day extravaganza is packed with exciting family-friendly activities and celebrities.
March 18 – 20th
Metro Toronto Convention Centre, South Building, 222 Bremner Blvd
Little Canada is offering unique workshops available for each day of March Break! Join in and learn unique skills that will guide you in creating beautiful miniature masterpieces.
March 14 –18th
10 Dundas Street East
Bug Lab Immersive Exhibition
A one-of-a-kind exhibition is running at the Ontario Science Centre. Wander through a surreal world filled with giant, ultra-realistic models of bugs while you learn about the profound impact that insects have on our lives.
Until April 2, 2022
770 Don Mills Rd
March Break at Bata Shoe Museum
Colour a sneaker keychain, make your own sports themed bookmark, play mini putt and ISPY games, try on sports footwear, leave your footprint in the museum and more! You can also enjoy all four of our exhibitions!
March 14 –19th
327 Bloor St W
March Break Family Adventure at Fort York
Take part in fun and engaging drop-in outdoor activities, tours, and demonstrations while you explore Toronto’s past, present and future. Enjoy an outdoor walking tour, warm up by the Fort’s outdoor fire pit, and find out how to cook over an open fire.
People of all ages can take part in a number of Covid-safe activities, including games, arts and crafts, interactive historic artifacts, and a nature and biodiversity station.
Fort York National Historic Site, 250 Fort York Blvd
Nature Hike through Tommy Thompson Park
Participants will partake in an exploration of two different aquatic ecosystems. As we explore, we will discover some of the fascinating native species that live in the park. We’ll also learn more about some of the invasive species, like Asian carps, that could threaten the health of natural habitats in Toronto
Tommy Thompson Park, 1 Leslie St
St. Patricks Day Parade
The parade has grown to include a number of diverse community and non profit groups and is recognized as the largest Irish themed event held in Toronto. A fun filled affordable family day
March 20 11:00 AM- 2:30 PM
Begins on the corner of Bloor Street and St. George Street
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