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March Break Camps in Mainland Nova Scotia 2014

imageWhat’s going on for children and families during March Break on the mainland, March 8 – 16th?

ART

Art Gallery of Nova Scotia
In-Gallery Activities

SKETCHING IN THE GALLERY
Wednesday, March 12 and Thursday, March 13
1:30am – 3:00pm
Drop-in and sketch in the gallery with drawing tips from a well-qualified artist. Drawing boards, pencils and paper will be supplied. Regular admission for non-members, free for members.

FAMILY SUNDAY presents POP GOES THE EASEL
Sunday, March 16, 1:00pm – 4:00pm
Bring the whole family to this hands-on arts exploration! “Pop Goes the Easel!” gives a musical twist to the well-loved Family Sundays program. This session features a live, interactive performance by percussion trio, Terry O’Mahoney, Michael Baker, and D’Arcy Gray of Symphony Nova Scotia at 1:30pm.

Ross Creek March Break Art Camps
For ages 5-18. Camps run from 9am-5pm and are $65 per day or $295 for all 5 days of fun. Lunch and snacks provided at no extra cost. Bus service is an additional $15 per day or $60 per week.

CODING

Artech Studios MARCH BREAK CAMPS!
Halifax – Shambhala School
Create animations & video games.
March Media Creations & Contraptions for Ages 6-10
March 10-14, 9am-4pm, $337 + HST
March Media for Ages 11-14
March 12-16, 9am-4pm, $337 + HST

South Shore – Petite Riviere School
Saturday, March 8th
March Media Creations for 8-12 year olds
9am-3pm, bring a lunch.

DRAMA

Dartmouth Players March Break Camp
Dartmouth
Dates: March 10-14
For ages 7+. This camp takes students through process of putting on a musical culminating in a full performance on stage.
Cost: $155.00

Th’YARC March Break Arts Camp
Yarmouth
Dates: March 10-14, 9am-4pm
From dance, art and theatre, March Break Arts Camp will explore and initiate the creative personalities of 15 participants, ages 9-16.
Cost: $95.00/ $75 members

MISCELLANEOUS

Creative Kids Education Centre March Break Art Camps
9am-3:45pm. Themed portion of camps is 9am-noon. Optional childcare from 7am until 6pm at no extra charge.
Young Campers for 6 years and under
March 10-14
Choose from:
The Cat in the Hat knows a lot about Science, The Minecraft Quest Challenge, Rainbow Craft Week, or Magic School Bus themes.

YMCA Day Camps
All Across Nova Scotia – contact the YMCA near you, or click on the link above

March Break Activities at Your Local Library
See your local library branch for what’s happening in your area or click on the link above.

MUSIC

Rebel Girl Rock Camp
Khyber Centre for Arts, Halifax
Monday March 10 to Friday March 14th, 9am and 5pm.
For LGBTQ ages 10-17

SCIENCE

Discovery Centre March Break Camps
**March Break Camps are currently. To be put on the waiting list, please contact Erica Hamm at: [email protected] or 492.4422 ext 221.
March 10th – 14th

Bust A Myth!
Registration Cost: $175 non members; $160 members

Digital Discovery March Break Camp
Perfect for budding tech enthusiasts, coders and video game addicts.
Ages 10-15
Registration: $350 per participant.
Camper Drop Off: 8am–9am; Pick Up: 4pm–5pm

SPORTS & RECREATION

Dalhousie University Day Camps
March 10-14 for kids and teens, ages 5-15
Choose from:
Climb 1-4 Camps
Dal Tigers Basketball Camp
Book by contacting the Dalplex Customer Service Centre at 494-3372, download a copy of the registration form or register online.

Mount Saint Vincent University March Break Camp
Up, Up & Away! For Primary through Grade 6
March 10-14, 8am-5:30pm
$155 per week per child
Enjoy a week of flying fun! Make Super Stealth Planes! Awesome Aerodynamics and Big Blue Bonanza are sure to be exciting. Parachute through the sky during the Rainbow Relay!

**Do you know of an activity that I have missed?  Let me know and I will add it to the list. Thanks!**

Love, Luck &
Laughter,

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Kimberly is a homeschooling mother of two living with her husband of over 20 years in Halifax, Nova Scotia. She is also a freelance writer, editor, social media manager, and VA. In her free time she likes to hand-spin, knit, read, engage in local theatre, and horseback ride.

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