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Nova Scotia March Break Camps 2018

Nova Scotia March Break Camps 2018

Looking for Nova Scotia March Break Camps 2018? Here’s what’s going on for children and families during March Break on the mainland, March 12-16th.

ART

Art Gallery of Nova Scotia
Halifax
March Break Art Classes
March 12-16. Non-members $130/week for half-days; $260/week for full-day classes (+HST). Family Memberships receive a 10% discount. Pre-registration required: 902-424-5280
For ages 5 to 12. Choose from the following themes: Shifting Ground, Paintorama, Clay, and Fashion Flash.

Creative Kids Education Centre March Break Artastic Camps
Hammonds Plains
8:45am-3:45pm. Themed portion of camps is 9am-noon. Optional childcare from 7am until 6pm at no extra charge. Full week $150; Half day $100; Single day $32
March 12-16, Ages 4 and up
Choose from: Roblox Challenges, Yarn-Tastic, Cool Music!, Gymnastics to Foodtastics themes.

March Break Sewing Series at Atlantic Fabric
Dartmouth
It’s in the bag…
Monday thru Friday 9:00-12:00, Non-member $120, Member $100
March 12-16
Learn basic machine sewing techniques creating these fun & useful projects. Ask for a supply list when registering.
Monday & Tuesday: Travel bag
Wednesday: pillow case & circular “stuff” bag
Thursday: hipster purse
Friday: drawstring backsack

Ross Creek March Break Art Camps
Canning
For ages 5-16. Camps run March 12-16 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 – NSCC Institute of Technology
March 12-16, 9am-4pm. $349 + HST. Register at the link above, call 902-579-3317 for more info
Getting Started with Unity 3D for Ages 11 and up
Mario Minecraft Remix for Ages 7-10 and 10-12

Artech Camps are all about getting creative with technology! All programs tap into campers’ creativity and incorporate the use of new media. It’s this blend of creativity and technology that makes Artech Camps so unique.

DANCE

Dance with Maeva
Mahone Bay
March 12th-16th. 8:30am-4pm
For children ages 7 to 13; divided in two groups with a minimum of 9 participants to a maximum of 12 in each.
$225. Siblings receive 10% off from the second registration.
Introduction to several dance styles and costume making along with other surprises.

MISCELLANEOUS

CEED Juniorpreneur Camp
Halifax
Centre of Entrepreneurship Education and Development (CEED) is proud to be holding their third Juniorpreneur March Break Camp! Campers will learn about entrepreneurship and work together to create their own business for a day all while developing their teamwork and leadership skills!
For Grades 4-7, March 12th to 16th, 8:30am-4:30pm. $225

March Break at the Market: Exciting Noodles
Halifax
March 13th at the Halifax Seaport Farmers Market
Ages 3+; $17 per workshop
Participants will learn how to make nutritious snacks from scratch, using whole ingredients and hands-on techniques. We’re having a pasta party and you’re invited! Learn how to make fresh pasta noodles with kale pesto, rice noodles a nutty dressing, and rice paper rolls with simple vegetable filling.
Please RSVP to [email protected] to reserve your spot today. Space is limited.

March Break at the Ross Farm Museum
New Ross
March 10-17. Admission: Adult $8.00, Child (6-17 years) $3.00, 5 & Under Free, Family (max. 2 adults) $20.00
Each day of March Break will have a theme relating to the farm. As always there will be lots of hands on activities for everyone to enjoy and crafts that everyone can participate in throughout the day. Hot chocolate will be served. Weather permitting, there will be sleigh rides.
Saturday 10th ~ Tasty Treats
Sunday 11th ~ Traditional Skills
Monday 12th ~ Spring Time on the Farm
Tuesday 13th ~ For the Birds
Wednesday 14th ~Explore the Outdoors
Thursday 15th ~ Tasty Treats
Friday 16th ~ Fun on the Farm
Saturday 17th ~ St. Patrick’s Day
For more information, contact Joan Lenihan at 1-902-689-2210 or
1-877-689-2210 or [email protected]

Nova Scotia Sea School Camp
Beaver Bank
March 11-15, 5 days (4 overnights) at Fun Forest Camp
Ages: 14-18; Price: $350 tax incl. (The price includes all food, group equipment, – 20 sleeping bags and other sleeping gear apart from personal clothing items)
TO REGISTER: or for more details, contact Sophia at (902) 449-2254 or email [email protected]

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

March Break Musical Madness
Joyful Sounds Music Studio, Halifax
Ages 7-12, $35 per day
March 16-18
9:00-10:00am Drop off any time
10:00-11:00am Sing & Move
11:00-Noon Ukelele lesson!
1:00-3:00pm Big Beats Party – Drumming Circle!
3:00-3:30pm Pick Up
Bring your own Uke or rent for only $5 per day – drums for the camp are included.
To Register: https://secure.mainstreetsites.com/dmn3371/register.aspx

SCIENCE

Discovery Centre March Break Camps
Halifax March 12-16
Steam Olympics
Campers will take part in STEAM challenges throughout the week testing strength of materials, building homemade rockets and measuring distance of flight! We’ll also discover the difference between gold, silver and bronze alloy! It’ll certainly be a week they won’t forget and inspire continuous learning throughout the year.
Ages 5-7 & 8-12. Registration: $230 non members; $215 members

Digital Discovery
Explore the ever-changing world of digital technology, from robotics, video game development, to drone technology. This industry led camp, in partnership with Digital Nova Scotia, aims to build the next generation of technology leaders!
Ages 9-14. Registration: $275 non members; $250 members

Brain Awareness Week
March 12th:
Hands-on Brains at the Discovery Centre 10:00am-2:00pm
Crafts, demonstrations, and even a chance to explore the exciting world of ‘neuroprosthetics’ (brain-machine interactions). Regular admission fees apply.
Location: Discovery Centre, 1215 Lower Water Street
Public Film Screening 6:00pm-8:45pm
FREE public screening of the film “Smile Back”, which explores mental health and addiction. The film will be followed by a moderated, expert-led discussion about mental health issues.
Location: Halifax Public Library, Lindsay Room, 5440 Spring Garden
March 13th
Breakfast on the Brain 8:00am-11:00am
Join us for a breakfast snack and learn about how foods impact your cognition and affect your brain.
Location: Dalhousie Student Union Building (SUB)
March 15th
Breakfast on the Brain 8:00am-11:00am
Join us for a breakfast snack and learn about how foods impact your cognition and affect your brain.
Location: Dalhousie Student Union Building (SUB)
Brain Fair 10:00am-2:00pm
Have you ever wondered what the inside of an eyeball looks like? How we taste foods? What brain waves look like? Or what it might be like to take control of someone else’s mind?! This FREE kid- and family-friendly March Break event will provide hands-on, neuroscience-based activities for all ages! We’ll have a number of stations set up, each with a hands-on activity designed to teach visitors all about the brain, neuroscience, and some exciting current research happening right here in Halifax! This is a drop-in event, no registration necessary.
Location: Atrium, Life Sciences Research Institute (LSRI), 1344 Summer Street

Genius Camp
Bedford
Ages 7-11. All week for $290 or per day ranging from $30-80
Ages 12-16. All week for $340 or per day ranging from $30-80
March 12-16, 9am-4pm.
A typical day at Genius Camp includes introductory lectures and discussion periods to challenge learners to think, generate ideas and be creative. They’ll take home a sample and the thrill of their creation!

SPORTS & RECREATION

Dalhousie University Day Camps
Halifax
March 12-16 for kids and teens
Climbing Camp
Ages 7-14. Members: $265; Non-members $295

Tigers Basketball Camp
Ages 8-15. Members: $265; Non-members $295

Mount Saint Vincent University March Break Camp
Bedford
March Madness For Primary through Grade 6
March 12-16, 8am-5:30pm
$39 per day or $175 per week per child

Soccer Nova Scotia Annual March Break Camp at SNSTC
Halifax
March 14-16, 9am-4:30pm. Ages 9-12. $175

THEATRE

Neptune Theatre School March Break Camps
Halifax
Youth in the Booth 101 Introduction to Voice Acting at Village Sound
Ages 7-17. $250
Saturday, March 10th, 1-4pm
Includes: 3-hour Commercial Voiceover class, Youth in the Booth 101 lesson booklet, 50%-off coupon for one 60-second professional voiceover demo
**Register by Friday, March 2!**
Theatrical Leadership Training at Shambhala School
March 12 – 16; 9am – 4pm
Ages 13-18, Fee: $235
Each day will begin and end with group sessions focusing on: working with different age groups and learning abilities, building a library of theatre games, lesson planning, conflict resolution, designing camp activities, and basic resume and interview skills. Each day Leaders will also have the opportunity to shadow different classes. Students will have the opportunity to showcase their existing talents and skills while building and gaining new ones. Successful completion of the program will result in a certification as well as being considered to be an LIT (Leader in Training) at Neptune’s Summer Camps in 2018.
Teen Intensive LA Technique at Scotiabank Stage Entrance
March 13 – 15; 10am – 1pm
Ages 13-18; Fee: $115 (+HST for those students 14 and up, students aged 13 do not pay HST)
Learn to: Rock an audition, Build a character, Read the sacred ‘code’ in any given sides, Take the guess work out of audition prep, Look at the part, Actually enjoy auditioning!
Will focus on Film/TV acting technique but is certainly applicable to Theatre or other types of acting.

**Do you know of an activity that I have missed? Let me know and I will add it to the list of 2018 Nova Scotia March Break camps. Thanks!**

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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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