Spring break is officially here and chances are you’re wondering what’s going on for March break in Brampton. Fear not, we’ve rounded up 10 March break activities and events that will keep you busy all week. Check them out below.
Scholar’s Choice in Brampton will have Science, Tech, Arts and Math activities throughout the week. It’s the perfect place for kids to get hands-on and dabble with building and creating. Events happen daily, and you can find out more here.
From March 14 to 16 Shoppers world has daily camps with fun themes including science camp and spy camp. Reserved spaces are full as now but walk-ins are welcome on the day of each camp and will be allowed to participate on a first-come first-served basis. Get the details here.
PAMA will be a flurry of activity all week long with activities running from March 12 to 18. They’ll have a bunch of hands-on exhibitions and activities including family yoga, art classes, a day with guide dogs and tons more. Find the full schedule here.
The Mastermind store in Brampton is hosting events every day at 11 a.m., 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. They’ll have rock painting, bracelet making and more. Participants can sign up daily in store, spaces are limited. Get the details here.
Michael’s stores across Brampton will have daily projects get those creative juices flowing. Sessions are 30 minutes and cost $2 for kids age 2 to 8, and $5 for kids 6+. Supplies are included. Check out the Michael’s website or give your closest store a call for more details.
Brampton Library has a packed calendar of events during March Break at various branches. Activities include book bingo, a Wii party, family story time and tons more. Don’t forget that the Makerspaces at the various branches are also open — access 3D printers, a recording studio and more. See the full calendar here.
Chapters is running daily activities at 11 a.m. at their Brampton store and it’s completely free to participate. They’ll have arts and crafts, Lego, games, Paw Patrol and more. Find out the details here.
Brampton’s sole rock climbing gym will be open all week and they have climbing walls for kids and adults alike. They offer daily passes and equipment rentals on-site as well as instructional tutorials for beginners. Check out their website for more information.
Aerosports trampoline park has extended hours during March Break. They will be open from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily and until 9 p.m. on weekends. There’s a lot to do at the 3,000 sq. ft. facility, including dodge ball, ball pits and more. Details here.
During March Break the city has a bunch of drop-in activities, including skating and swimming. Find out more here.