Weekend Wrap Up – March 30-31, 2019

Weekend Wrap Up – March 30-31, 2019
March 28, 2019 Amber Rohal

Let’s plan something fabulous into your family’s weekend!

 

Saturday

 

 

Drop in and play at Duran Place for Kids – it’s a brand new spot, with those big blue blocks – the Imagination Playground – and an INDOOR sandbox room! Your kids will love it!

 

Family Play Fit is the spot to be active together as a family. Enjoy and enhance your child’s FUNdamental Movement skills by trying out our Physical Literacy stations at your own pace.

 

It’s Maple Syrup time at Bronte Creek! Plan to spend at least 3 hours at the festival – Pancakes, tours, gift shop, family activity centre, play equipment, fresh taffy and sugar, wagon rides.

 

Dundas Nature Play is a free family program geared towards parents and caregivers with children from birth to age six (and up!). Winter activities may include den building, nature exploration (birds and animal tracks), and exploring snow! (We’ll also have a thermos of warm mint tea to share).

 

Mountsberg’s sugar bush has been producing maple magic for almost 150 years, and educating the public for more than 30 years! Approximately 600 trees are tapped during what could certainly be deemed the most Canadian of the seasons,

 

It’s Sweet Water season at Crawford Lake. Visit the reconstructed Iroquoian Village and learn how maple syrup was discovered and used by Indigenous People as you take in an interactive (and edible!) Sweet Water demonstration.

 

Visit the new Spiders Alive! exhibit at Royal Botanical Gardens! Explore amazing adaptations and behaviours of spiders and other many-legged creatures in two interactive exhibits and daily programs for all ages.

 

The Michaels Kids Club is where your kids explore their creativity while you shop! Choose from two projects designed specifically for your little maker’s age range.

 

Read together! The library has multiple Story Time sessions happening today at a branch near you.

 

Cineplex’s $2.99 family favourite movies continue every Saturday at 11:00 a.m. It’s a fun and affordable way to enjoy time with your family and friends!

 

Love to play basketball? Come practice your 3-pointer or work on your jump shot, youth can drop-in to shoot some hoops at Brant Hills Community Centre at 1 pm.

 

At Duran Place for Kids, let the kids TINKER! They wear goggles and use real tools to explore and take things apart. Pure learning through play.

 

At Michaels Make Break workshops, decorate a cute clay pot, then make a fluffy yarn bunny tail to peek out of the top! Buy the pot, and the supplies to decorate it will be provided.

 

 

Sunday

 

Drop in and play at Duran Place for Kids – it’s a brand new spot, with those big blue blocks – the Imagination Playground – and an INDOOR sandbox room! Your kids will love it! Mine did!

 

Visit the new Spiders Alive! exhibit at Royal Botanical Gardens! Explore amazing adaptations and behaviours of spiders and other many-legged creatures in two interactive exhibits and daily programs for all ages.

 

It’s Maple Syrup time at Bronte Creek! Plan to spend at least 3 hours at the festival – Pancakes, tours, gift shop, family activity centre, play equipment, fresh taffy and sugar, wagon rides.

 

Mountsberg’s sugar bush has been producing maple magic for almost 150 years, and educating the public for more than 30 years! Approximately 600 trees are tapped during what could certainly be deemed the most Canadian of the seasons,

 

It’s Sweet Water season at Crawford Lake. Visit the reconstructed Iroquoian Village and learn how maple syrup was discovered and used by Indigenous People as you take in an interactive (and edible!) Sweet Water demonstration.

 

Drop into the City of Burlington’s open gym time for families. This is your opportunity to shoot some hoops, practice your shots, and get in a little active time with your family. Ages 5-12 with an adult.

 

TFK Kids Kickboxing is hosting a free Ninja class ( kickboxing meets gymnastics) for kids ages 4-6. March 31st at 10:30. Come on out and try something new.

 

Open Studio at the Art Gallery of Burlington – Drop into this family-friendly creative space where kids and parents are encouraged to tap into their artistic side!

 

Each Sunday of the month our volunteer Back to Nature hike leaders offer free hikes through the vast ecosystems of RBG’s lands, allowing people to familiarize themselves with the area so they can continue to explore with their friends and family.

 

Family Play Fit invites you to drop into the gym to be active together as a family. Enjoy and enhance your child’s FUNdamental Movement skills by trying out our Physical Literacy stations at your own pace.

 

 

 

*Reminder: some activities require pre-registration, so be sure to avoid disappointment by calling ahead!

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