Appleby Gardens Luxury Residences by LJM Developments brings to you a great list of activities and events to keep your little ones busy this March Break! Do not keep them cooped up inside, get them out enjoying the weather with great winter sports, or take them to plenty of the events happening in and around Burlington. Find your favourite below and book early.

  1. Maple Syrup Festival

Bronte Creek Provincial Parks starts to tap trees at the beginning of March just in time for March break and an amazing Canadian past time. The Maple Syrup Festival runs every weekend in March and offers tours, how to make syrup and the ability to travel back in time with 1890’s costumed interpreters demonstrating the art of making maple taffy and candy.

  1. More Maple

Just in case the festival at Bronte Creek is not enough natural sugar for your little ones, Mountsberg and Crawford Lake Conservation Areas offer Maple Syrup Festival weekends in their amazing Maple Town activities. At Crawford Lake you can take in the 15th Century Iroquoian village and offer a little cultural learning experience on the sly.

  1. Skiing at Glen Eden

Looking for an active event that will get your children out in the beautiful countryside enjoying the fresh outdoors? Skiing at the nearby Glen Eden is a great idea, weather permitting.

  1. Royal Botanical Gardens

There are two events at the RBG Centre during March Break that may appeal to young children and those interested in Music. Jazz Brunches on the 13th and 20th of March provide a great introduction to this genre of music with a bite to eat while Reptile Rendezvous gives young kids a great experience with pythons, alligators and turtles. Week long discovery camps for ages 4-13 are also available.

  1. Joseph Brant Museum

The Workshop Wonders event takes place twice daily on the 13th and 14th of March and includes admission to the Museum, a heritage craft and refreshment for only $15. This hands-on museum is great for children. Or sign up for the March Break Lego Mania Camp!

  1. Burlington Performing Arts Centre

A theatre performance of “Alexander Who’s Not Not Not Not Not Not Going to Move” is being held March 12th at 2:30pm is a great way to spend an afternoon with engaging entertainment for kids. Only $20 per child, $30 per adult, get your tickets early.

  1. Burlington Mall

Want something that will appeal to your shopping desires and will not bore your children to tears? The Burlington Mall is offering a Kids Court where they are invited to join in on Play-Doh creative fun and play online games, open daily 10am-4pm and Sunday noon to 4pm during the break.

  1. City-Sponsored Day Camps

Stuck working? But want your kids to have a great week? Try the City of Burlington sponsored children full week or day camps. With plenty to choose from, there is something to meet every taste. Register online.

  1. Public Library Programs

The BPL is offering children programs for the break including Candy Sushi Making for teenagers and Library Lego for younger kids. Check out all their events here.

  1. Camp Party

Of course you could eschew all these activities to create own Camp Party at home. Pitch a tent in the living room, hold a movie marathon or a gaming tournament for all your children’s friends. Then take them for an outdoor walk to the Burlington Waterfront Trail.

With a full-week of entertainment to provide for your children, planning ahead will be advised, especially for the events listed above.