Looking for something fun to do with your kids this March Break week in London, Ontario?
London Regional Children’s Museum
Monday – 1 pm Freddy Fusion Science Magic Show
Tuesday – 1 pm Aerial Circus Arts
Wednesday – 1 pm Kennedy’s Kridders (spiders, snakes, scorpions and more)
Thursday – 11 am Poi-Fire Spinning
1 pm Mad Science
Friday – 1 pm Ricky Magic
Saturday – 1-3 pm St. Patrick’s Day games, crafts, and activities
Tuesday, March 13 to Saturday, March 17
Noon to 5:00 pm
The Interpretive Centre will be open. You can take your kids there to handle artifacts, learn some calligraphy and make a Victorian hand-held bouquet.
Scholars’ Choice stores
They have a Spring Break Habitat Hunt going on. Check with your store for all the details.
Willy Wonka The Musical
Wolf Performance Hall: Mar. 14: 11am, 2pm. Mar. 15: 7pm. Mar. 16: 11am. Mar. 17: 11am, 2pm.
Pirates of Penzance (for kids)
Wolf Perfomance Hall: Mar. 14: 7pm. Mar. 15: 11am, 2pm. Mar. 16: 2pm, 7pm. Mar. 17: 7pm.
Kinsmen Fanshawe Sugar Bush
Open all week long during March Break 9 am – 4 pm
March Break special http://www.fleetwayfun.com/?i=13227&mid=1000&id=319977
March Break special for a 2 hour unlimited pass in Intencity http://eastparkgolf.com/packages/march_break_camp.php
A sampling of what’s going on at local libraries (be sure to check the website and call ahead to ensure that no changes have been made and for availability of space in the registered programs)
Children’s Library at Central Library:
Puppet shows on Thurs 11 am and 2 pm, Fri 11 am http://catalogue.londonpubliclibrary.ca/search~20/P?SEARCH=*&submit=Search&SORT=AX&searchscope=4
Pond Mills Library:
Bob O’Donnell the Fossil Guy will be there at 10 am, March 14 – free program but call to register ahead of time
Saturday March 17, 2:30 pm Free puppet show
March 15th, 10 am, Make it Move with Mad Science, free but call to register ahead of time
East London Library:
March 15th, 10 am, Ventriloquism with Sue, free event but get tickets ahead of time
A number of libraries have drop in crafts every day this week – check your local library or the library website at: http://londonpubliclibrary.ca for more details.
A number of places have March Break day camps and week long programs such as the Children’s Museum, Boler Mountain, Museum London, London Waldorf School, Kidscape, Circle R Ranch, and East Park Golf.
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