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Get Creative Over March Break

Get Creative Over March Break

March Break is the perfect time to learn new skills, meet new friends, and enjoy the incredible arts, culture and heritage opportunities available in your own backyard. Make memories this March Break by enjoying visual art, live music, and the fascinating history of Brantford at some of the city’s cultural hotspots:

Drop-In Activities at Bell Homestead
Drop by the Bell Homestead for some fun activities – no registration required – from March 13-16! A $5 registration fee per child includes a tour of the Bell Homestead (children must be accompanied by an adult) and either a morning or afternoon of activities with different themes each day! For more information about drop-in programs at Bell Homestead, click here.
 
Make It Pop Tour, Tuesday, March 13 at 6:00pm
Don’t miss this high-energy, interactive concert that will give kids of every age the chance to party like a popstar! This concert is packed with kid-friendly versions of today’s biggest pop hits from artists like Justin Bieber, Taylor Swift, Bruno Mars, and more. Sing along, dance along, and make it pop at the Sanderson Centre! For more information about the Make It Pop concert, click here.
 
March Break Mambo, Saturday, March 17 at 3:00-4:00pm
End your March Break with lots of heat! Brantford Symphony Orchestra with Platypus Theatre present “Presto, Mambo,” a hot show with music and an interactive Latin American theatre adventure! This concert starts at 3pm at the Sanderson Centre; show up a bit early for an instrument petting zoo at 2:15pm where you can learn about some of the instruments and their owners! Even better, this event is free for all children and elementary students ($10 for all others). For more information about March Break Mambo, click here.
 
March Break Camps at Glenhyrst:
Join Glenhyrst Art Gallery of Brant for a full week of adventure! Sign up for a few days, or the whole week; a typical camp day includes three art projects, a balanced day format for meals and snacks, and recreational time to enjoy Glenhyrst’s beautiful gardens (weather permitting). For more information about Glenhyrst’s March Break Camps, click here.

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March Break , Arts and Culture , Kids Activities , Bell Homestead , Sanderson Centre , Brantford Symphony Orchestra , Glenhyrst Gallery of Brant

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