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Nova Scotia March Break Camps 2020

Looking for Nova Scotia March Break Camps 2020? Here’s what’s going on for children and families during March Break on the mainland, March 16-20.

ART

CANCELLED: Art Gallery of Nova Scotia
Halifax
Dynamic Dimensions Art Camp
March 16-20. $230/week for full-day classes. Family Memberships receive a 10% discount. Pre-registration required online at the link above.
For ages 5 to 7 and 8-12. 2D and 3D art.

Creative Kids Education Centre March Break Camps
Hammonds Plains
March 16-20, 8:45am-3:45pm.
For ages 3-4: Full week $195, Single day $39
For ages 5-12: Full week $160, Single day $33
Choose from: Early Years Explores: Transportation, Construction Building Extravaganza, Friendship Bracelet Club, Head to Head Sports, and Roblox Challenge themes.

Ross Creek March Break Art Camps
Canning
For ages 4-16. March 16-20 from 9am-5pm. $70 per day or $325 for all 5 days Lunch and snacks provided at no extra cost. Bus service is an additional $15 per day or $70 per week.
Many programs to choose from, including clay, comics, space, photography, singer-songwriter, jewellery, and more.

CODING

Artech Studios MARCH BREAK CAMPS!
Halifax – NSCC Institute of Technology
March 16-20, 9am-4pm. $299 for ages 7-14 and $324 for ages 15-20. $25 off all camps until the end of January. Register at the link above.
Pacman to Pokemon for Ages 7-12 (video game design)
Camera – Action – Animate for Ages 10-14 (animation)
Create New Realities for Ages 11-14 (3D game design)
Leaders in Training for Ages 15-20
Artech Camps are all about getting creative with technology! All programs tap into campers’ creativity and incorporate the use of new media.

MISCELLANEOUS

CEED Juniorpreneur Camp
Halifax – Bayers Road
Run by the Centre of Entrepreneurship Education and Development (CEED)
Ages 8-14, March 16-20, 8:30am-4pm. $180 snacks & Friday lunch included.
Campers will learn about entrepreneurship and work together to create their own business for a day all while developing teamwork and leadership skills!

CANCELLED-Dalhousie Junior Leadership Camp
Halifax
March 16-20, 8am-4:30 pm, Ages 13-16, $295 non member; $265 member
Register at the link above or call 902-494-3372.

Experience Waldorf March Break Camp
South Shore Waldorf School, Blockhouse
March 16-20, 8:30am-4pm, for ages 5 and up. Week: $150 first child, $135 additional; Daily: $35 first child, $31.50 additional.
Arts and crafts, stories and games, outdoor play.

CANCELLED-March Break at the Ross Farm Museum
New Ross
March 14-22. Admission: Adult $10, Child (6-17 years) $4, 5 & Under Free, Family (max. 2 adults) $25
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 14th ~ Tasty Treats
Sunday 15th ~ Traditional Skills
Monday 16th ~ For the Birds
Tuesday 17th ~ St. Patrick’s Day
Wednesday 18th ~ Springtime on the Farm
Thursday 19th ~ Tasty Treats
Friday 20th ~ Explore the Outdoors
Saturday 21st ~ Fun on the Farm
Sunday 22nd – Happy Easter
For more information, contact Joan Lenihan at 1-902-689-2210 or
1-877-689-2210 or [email protected]

CANCELLED-Myths & Legends: Pirate Adventures
Maritime Museum of the Atlantic, Halifax
March 14 to 22, Daily: 10 am-noon, 1-4 pm, Sunday only: 1–4 pm
Yo, ho, ho, all aboard to raise the Jolly Roger, grab your cutlass and set sail to Canada’s largest and oldest maritime museum! Exciting adventures await, so come dressed in your finest pirate, privateer or buccaneer attire! Enjoy your adventure of themed and historical activities, games and crafts…and if you dare, exciting discoveries in virtual reality! All activities are included with regular museum admission.

CANCELLED-Spring Break Camp
Seaport Farmers Market, Halifax
March 17-20, 10:15am-2pm
Ages 7-12; $30 for the week, $10 drop-in per day
Register at [email protected] or at the market Customer Service.

CANCELLED-Wheels on the Bus
Museum of Industry, Stellarton
March 14-22, Mon-Sat 9-5, Sun 10-5
Hop on and hop off our play bus for a day of adventure and fun! Climb aboard and imagine your destination. Where will you go today? Maybe you will work laying bricks or fitting pipe. Perhaps a visit to the post office is next on your list. Don’t forget to stop at the grocery store before you shoot some hoops in the park or play a round of golf. There’s much to do around town and the Wheels On the Bus will take you there!

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

CANCELLED-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 to find yours.

SCIENCE

CANCELLED-Discovery Centre March Break Camps
Halifax
March 16-20
Loco-Locomotion
Get up and show off your own wacky locomotion, discover how objects in motion stay in motion, and build, balance and race zipliners across the room. Make and take home a variety of moving contraptions in a workshop designed to get things spinning, rolling, and zooming.
Ages 5-7 & 8-12. Registration: $250 non members; $230 members
Digital Discovery
This week-long camp explores a variety of ICT topics including video game development, coding, robotics and hardware. Enjoy special guest visits and work one-on-one with current professional mentors in ICT fields.
Ages 9-14. Registration: $275 non members; $250 members

SPORTS & RECREATION

CANCELLED-Dalhousie University Day Camps
Halifax
March 16-20, ages 6-15
Climbing Camp: Ages 6-15, $295 non member; $265 member
Dal Tigers Basketball Camp: Ages 7-15, co-ed, $234 member; $260 nonmember
Click the link above to register or call 902-494-3372

Hockey Camps – Halifax
March 19 & 20 $75 per day. Separate camps for goalies and players.

Horseback Riding Camp
Todd Hill Farm, Oakfield
March 16-20, $400 plus HST
Daily riding lessons, trail rides, horse care, mounted and unmounted games, horse safety, hands-on practice, pool time.

Sea School March Break Camping Expedition
Black River Lake
March 16-20
Ages 14-18
PRICE: $600 – Includes all food, group equipment, sleeping bags and other group gear apart from personal clothing items.
Shelter making, fire building, tracking, cooking and exploring with map and compass. Learn how to stay toasty in the winter and also have the opportunity to test your survival skills in a culminating solo experience. Call 902-423-7284 or email admin at [email protected]

Try Taekwondo Camp
Ummah Mosque and Community Centre, Halifax
March 16-20, 4-5pm daily. $50

THEATRE

Neptune Theatre School March Break Camps
Halifax
March 16-20
Camps for Ages 4-12 at the Shambhala School, 5450 Russell Street in Halifax, 9am-4pm, $240:
4-6yrs (Drama) Squish! Squack! Scoot!
4-6yrs (Musical) The Royal Treatment
7-9yrs (Drama) Theatre Wizard
7-9yrs (Musical) Musical Misfits
10-12yrs (Drama) Around the Campfire
10-12yrs (Musical) Time to Shine
Teen Intensives for Ages 12-18 at Neptune Theatre, 1593 Argyle Street in Halifax $175 for 1/2 day classes, $280 for full day classes (save 20%):
12-18 yrs Monologues & Cold Reads, 9am-noon
12-18 yrs Musical Theatre Rep, 1-4pm
Leader in Training Program for Ages 15-18 at the Shambhala School. Offered to successful applicants free of charge. It is aimed at teens hoping to build skills and confidence working with children in theatre education. L.I.T. participants will work with specialized instructors on lesson planning, problem solving, breaking down and instructing games and activities for different age groups, building up a professional resumé, etc. To apply, fill out the online form.

**Do you know of an activity or camp I have missed? Let me know and I will add it to the list of Nova Scotia March Break camps 2020. Thanks!**

Love, Luck &
Laughter,

Author:

Kimberly is a homeschooling mother of two living with her dear husband of over 25 years in Halifax, Nova Scotia. She works from home as a homeschool coach and offers OBM, writing, editing, social media, and tech services. In her free time she likes to hand-spin, knit, read, volunteer in local theatre, and horseback ride.

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