Five family-friendly March break activities in Brampton
Published March 15, 2022 at 12:19 pm
Struggling to find activities to stay entertained for March break? Here are five ways to keep your family busy in Brampton this week.
Brampton Library Events
From virtual escape rooms to snowshoe rentals, Brampton Library has a wide range of options available this March break including craft kits, escape games, challenges and more.
Teens can pick up a “Take and Make” kit to create a kaleidocycle, or learn how to crochet or draw manga with video tutorials from Creativebug.
Looking for something more laid back? Your library card lets you stream movies at home on Kanopy for free.
PAMA Family Activities
Peel Art Gallery Museum and Archives (PAMA) making family-friendly activities available during March break, including craft kits you can download and make at home. PAMA is also running virtual events and activities, like a conversation with Power Play: Hockey in Contemporary Art guest curator Jaclyn Meloche.
Trails and Hikes
There are more than 40 kilometres of guided and paved recreational trails throughout the City of Brampton for residents to take in everything the city has to offer, even during winter weather.
Check out this list of Brampton’s top 5 trails to go winter running, or join the Toronto and Region Conservation Authority for a nature hike at the Claireville Conservation Area on March 17.
There’s always fun to be had at Playdium.
The more than 40,000 square feet complex has over 100 state-of-the-art video games, 10-pin bowling lanes, a rope course and much more.
Fill up on tasty treats including pizza, sandwiches, nachos, chicken wings, and fun soft serve ice cream creations like the Blue Monster. Or try the full service restaurant which features a kale and quinoa bowl, mac and cheese, sweet potato fritters and signature cocktails.
Lacing up your skates is a great way to keep fit and have fun.
The city has many public rinks and reservations are not required, but be sure to check online before heading out as rinks may temporarily close due to weather or maintenance requirements.
A food truck is onsite at the Chinguacousy Park Skating Recreational Trail on Friday evenings and during weekends.
Visit www.brampton.ca/outdoorskating for updates on rink maintenance and outdoor skating guidelines.insauga's Editorial Standards and Policies advertising