Not sure what to do with your kids this Spring Break? Here are a few ideas! Our local municipalities put on lots of great programs – here are the links:
The Library. Don’t forget to check out the local libraries – our libraries are amazing and they give to the community in a big way! Here are just a few of the fun things they have planned.
- LEGO Wall Drop In at Fort Saskatchewan Library
- LEGO night at Strathcona County Library
- Jurassic Joe Show at Strathcona County Library
- Ninja Academy at Strathcona County Library
- Spring Break Escape Room at Fort Saskatchewan Library
- Breakout Room: The Common Senses at Strathcona County Library
Sherwood Park Mall. They’re putting on A Fairy Tale Spring Break. Story time, games and crafts with your favourite princesses. Free registration and then you get to enjoy a little retail therapy! Win-win!
Need some more ideas? Check out these great local businesses:
Level Up GamEscape – Board Game Café in Sherwood Park featuring board games, D& D, Virtual Reality, Youth and Adult Games. Snack Bar onsite, closed Sundays & Mondays, open noon – 10 pm all other days. Stay and play board from $6/all day!
Mastermind Toys – Spring Break Free crafts & events, registration is required, parents need to be there and space is limited!
Indigo Books & Music – They’re offering crafts and LEGO and story time (and a bonus Starbucks just around the corner for Mom or Dad)…we just love them.
Fun Park Amusement Centre – Exactly what it says it is – an amusement centre featuring and indoor trampoline park, jungle gym, dodge ball, arcade, laser tag and a perfectly lovely licensed lounge upstairs for parents! Prices are variable depending on what you want to do. All-inclusive pass is about $30/day, cheaper for younger kids.
Home Depot is offering spring break morning workshops. Contact the store for more details.
If none of those things inspire you or your kids, venture into the City…
ArtBreak Camp Art Lab – An amazing week-long investigative art and science experience, campers will go behind the scenes at AGA and spend time at Telus World of Science and the Royal Alberta Museum. Week long program from $264.
Edmonton Humane Society Day Camps – A terrific way for your little animal lover to spend a day or two! Daily Camps $60/child.
Telus World of Science – Spring Break 2019. An excellent week of programming – fun science, including workshops, laser shows and IMAX. Daily prices range from around $30 – $40/person. Family passes are available.
City of Edmonton Spring Break Camps. There are plenty to choose from, most are quite affordable.
Millwoods Town Centre. They have a LEGO competition going on and lots of other great activities to entertain the kids.
YMCA Spring Break Camps – YMCA Camps are full day experiences, from 8:30 am – 4:30 pm, about $200 for the week. They are a fun adventure for your kids while building their imagination, confidence, independence and communication skills.
Did we miss any great events? Please feel free to share in the comments below!
Cheers until next time!
Jenny from the blog!