March Break Camps in Brantford

It’s hard to believe we are already in March! Hopefully, with any luck, the snow will start to dwindle away, and the nicer weather will soon be upon us. March can be a hectic month as many parents will know. Planning for March Break can be a challenge and time-consuming. If you haven’t already planned something and you need some last-minute ideas for your kids, you’re in luck! We’ve compiled a list of camps for every interest.

1. Great Big Theatre Company – March Break Camp

The Great Big Theatre Company offers many different camps throughout the year, always offering a variety of new content and an end of the week performance. This year, the Great Big Theatre Company is holding their Brantford March Break camp at St. James’-on-the-hill Anglican Church. The camp runs from Monday to Friday from 8:30 to 4:30. For more information about the camp or to register, visit their website.

 

2. Life Hacks – March Break Camp at Glenhyrst

Glenhyrst Art Gallery is here to provide a camping experience that will leave you saying “I can do that!”. The camp is centred around exploring new and creative solutions to everyday Life and Art dilemmas. Campers can learn about building and design to food hacks and more! Campers can enrol in one day to five days. If you’re looking for more information, visit their website.

 

3. March Break Adventure Camp – Apps Mill

Interested in exploring the great outdoors? The March Break Adventure camp at Apps Mill is perfect! The Grand River Conservation Authority provides fun, engaging and active camps that are all about hands-on, environmental based programs. Snowshoeing, snow sculptures, building a shelter and more! Staff to camper ratio of 1:8 and an accredited member of the Ontario Camps Association. Camp runs from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM daily through March Break. To register and for more information, please visit their website.

 

4. Draft Day – Hockey Camp

Future hockey star in the family? The Draft Day March Break Hockey camp is the perfect fit! Designed for players who are trying to improve their offensive and defensive skills and tactics. Morning sessions include power skating, shooting, passing and puck handling. While afternoon sessions include refining those game-like situation skills. Open to all ages this camp is sure to refine those hockey skills. For more information and to register, please visit their website.