As March Break is swinging around the corner, I would like to outline just some of the fun services that you or your kids may want to look into.
City of Ottawa
The City of Ottawa has March Break camps operating from March 13-17 across the City including a Camp Ottawa Adventure at the Goulbourn Rec Complex. Other programming includes theatre, aquatics, computers, Pokemon, Minecraft, and much more. For full programming, please click here.
The Stittsville Library is hosting a large array of March Break events all week for children of all ages including a Family Lego Block Party or Board Game afternoon. Programming runs from March 13-19 and event times are available in the image above. Pre-registration is required so please email email@example.com or call 613-580-2940.
For the sports fanatic, be sure to look into the Sensplex March Break camp packages for a fun, weeklong hockey experience! A variety of programs is available for kids aged 5-14 and include supportive instruction both on and off the ice. More information and registration is available here.
Tracy’s Art Studio
Arts camps are also available at Tracy’s Art Studio at 67 Iber Road. Children 6-13 can enjoy either morning or full-day arts programming. Tracy’s Studio offers Children a chance to get creative with their March Break and Summer Arts Camp. Camp is designed for the artsy child. Children learn drawing, painting, clay and how to work in a variety of other art supplies. For more details, please visit their website here.
The Pottery Playhouse
Stittsville’s Pottery Playhouse is also hosting a series of Art Camps with an African theme this year from March 13-17. Kids aged 7-14 can learn how to craft a variety of ceramic objects such as animals or pet dishes. For more information, you can visit their website here or call 613-831-0088 to reserve your child’s spot for either a day or the full week.
The Goulbourn Museum
You can also get your craft on for the Goulbourn Museum’s March Break Craft Camp!
The festivities run from Tuesday, March 14th to Thursday, March 16th with fun workshops such as “Creature Containers” and “My Pet Monster” running from 9:00 AM – 12:00 noon. Then, stick around to enjoy the museum during its open hours from 1:00-4:00 PM. Camps are geared toward children aged 6-11 and are $25 each or $65 for all three.
To register, please call 613-831-2393 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information, please visit the Goulbourn Museum website here.