March Break Camps 2019

March Break Camps 2019
January 24, 2019 Amber Rohal

If you need a camp for your kids this March Break, you’ve come to the right place! We list all camps – so keep this guide handy! 

 

 

4Cats has a few different art camps running over March Break, covering various mediums and themes.

 

Art 4 Life 4 Kids is running a March Break camp for partial days. Soo, a classically trained artist, will teach your child how to paint masterpieces! Visit their website for more info, and to see some of the works of art created by the students.

 

Burlington Basketball is the perfect camps for you little baller! Boys and girls from ages 8-14 will love learning new skills and improving on their current talent.

 

Burlington Youth Soccer Club offers March Break camps every year to keep the kids entertained and learning new things in a soccer environment!

 

BurlOak Sports Centre runs a Multi-Sport Camp for a full week full of sports and activities. At this camp expect to see sports such as soccer, flag football, ultimate frisbee, basketball, floorball, dodge ball, volleyball, and more!

 

Bricks4Kidz runs camps in Oakville, Burlington, Milton, and Mississauga. Campers will get to build and design motorized models, construct and play with their own inspired creations and participate in fun games and challenges.

 

Camp Kids Town March Break camp is a celebration of creativity and innovation. From arts to sports, from cooking to science you’ll discover all kinds of activities to spark your imaginations and experience adventures you’ll never forget.

 

Centre Ice Training Academy presents Dino and Tommy’s March Break Camp! Camp days include 3 Hours on ice: skating, shooting, passing, 3 on 3 scrimmages and other activities! Off Ice Activities: Road Hockey, Baseball, Soccer, Park, Etc.

 

Child Ventures Early Learning Academy with themed days, fun field trips planned, and outdoor play, your little ones will love their time at camp.

 

City of Burlington has March Break camps run by SNAP camp leaders that run out of Brant Hills and Tansley Woods community centres. They offer games, field trips, and physical activities to keep your kids entertained.

 

March Break at Duran Place for Kids has art, music, play and fitness. Four floors of FUN! Lunch and snacks provided, extended care available. Spaces Limited. Preregistration required. Website under construction call 905-842-2223 or email info@duranplaceforkids

 

e2 Young Engineers is calling all master builders! Students will learn physics and science while building a motorized LEGO® model during this fun and educational PA Day Camp held in an indoor playground.

 

Girls Inc. Halton will explore 5 different themes during our 5 days of March Break Camp! We have a number of guests who will be joining us to provide high impact workshops that will compliment Girls Inc.’s research-based and age-appropriate programming.

 

Gymalaya Burlington camp is designed for children ages 4-10 and runs from 9:00-3:00. Extended care available Activities include supervised gymnastics, games, dance, arts and crafts, story-telling, friends and much more FUN!

 

Gym Magic March Break Camp where kids will explore the gym and all it has to offer. Swinging, Jumping, Tumbling and much more.

 

Halton Engineering for Kids offers exciting March Break camps for kids who are eager to play hands-on with all the STEM principles and to help your child create and design their own projects.

 

Ireland House Museum campers will journey “Through the Decades” during March Break Day Camp, March 11-15, 2019. Every day is an individual day with different activities. Register by the day ($50 pp) or for the whole week ($225 pp).

 

Kids Play Sports with Coach David runs half-day camps (12pm – 3pm) Jedi camp at Haber Community Centre. Choose one day or a full week.

 

Learning Tree Camps are full of fun and friendship! Calling all master builders and future roboticists! Students will learn physics and science while building a motorized LEGO® model during this fun and educational March Break Camp.

 

Oakville Academy of the Arts is an award winning full and half day camp that invites your child to dance, sing, and participate in drama, arts, and musical theatre projects over an exciting week of fun!

 

Once Upon a Mat invites young yogis to their Yoga Camp for ages 4-12 with yoga games, activities and crafts.

 

Prestige Circus and Gymnastics offers a camp for boys and girls 5 and older. Choose one day, half days, or full day options, and your kids will enjoy their time being active in the gym.

 

Radiant Girls March Break Camp will be facilitating a unique leadership camp designed to teach girls between 10-14 how to make a difference in our community. Attendees of the camp will design and implement a charity fundraiser for underprivileged youth in Burlington in just one week.

 

Royal Botanical Gardens Discovery camps are geared to kids ages 4-13. Camp runs 9-4 each day and before/after care is available. Campers can attend select days or all week.

 

Safari Science is the place your animal lover will want to be. With expert staff and amazingly unique programming camp Safari Science raises the bar for a day camp experience.

 

Sidekicks Martial Arts  camp will teach structure and confidence, and offers field trips, crafts, and martial arts training.

 

Sylvan Learning offers innovative camps for elementary and middle school students that are sure to motivate, inspire and encourage creativity.

 

The Tennis School teaches all skill levels at their year-round tennis club.

 

Wave Hockey has two options for March Break skills camps for you to choose from – full day or half day. They also offer a lunch package available.

 

We Rock The Spectrum’s School’s Out Program offers a range of activities for ALL children of ALL abilities. The exact activities offered vary for every program, but can include supervised open play, art and/or sensory fun activity, games, and snacks!

 

 

More camps are added daily and this list is available at this link all the time – so book mark it, and check back often! And if you are hosting a camp, or know of one we missed – please tell us!

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