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March Break Fun

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Let the fun begin! March Break is right around the corner and for Burlington students, that means an entire week of fun with family and friends as they enjoy their much-deserved holiday.

Start and finish this March Break by registering now for the Royal Botanical Gardens Jazz Brunches, happening March 13 and 20! As a lead up to the RBG summer concert series, this blooming Burlington venue is offering spring breakers a delicious brunch served alongside smooth jazz performed by some talented local musicians. After brunch, be sure to tour the Mediterranean Garden and check out the Reptile Rendezvous exhibit on now at RBG.

The City of Burlington is offering a wide variety of camps at local community centres for children aged 4 to 14 years old. Each day offers something new and exciting – sign up for one or two days, or register for the whole week! Daily themes include: Amazing Adventure Playland, Bowling, Laser Tag, Swimming and The Movies. At Haber Recreation Centre, kids aged 9 to 14 years can sign up for the March Tripper Blast, a full day program just for youth. Activities will include day trips to Aerosports Trampoline Park in Brampton and Chicopee Tube Park in Kitchener. Visit https://www.burlington.ca to sign up for city run March Break programs.

What’s spring break without a little retail therapy? Shoppers can visit Burlington Mall or Mapleview Centre for some great seasonal sales and exclusive bargains. Enjoy a walk through the mall and a tasty meal in the food court or one of many excellent restaurants.

If you’re hoping to get outdoors this March Break, Burlington is filled with great parks and trails, ideal for an early spring hike. A stroll along the shores of Lake Ontario followed by a nice lunch is a picture perfect outing for any family.

Bronte Creek Provincial Park (BCPP) in Burlington is a popular March Break destination for locals and visitors alike. BCPP offers plenty of fun activities over the break, including camping and the park’s annual maple syrup festival. Visit Bronte Creek for dates and times.

Jennifer Birch

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