March 11, 2016 2:36 pm

Last minute March Break ideas in the Greater Toronto Area

WATCH ABOVE: Editor-in-Chief of Parents Canada Janice Biehn gives her tips for last-minute March Break ideas in the Greater Toronto Area.

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TORONTO — If you didn’t get around to booking your kids into any camps this March Break don’t worry, you can still take advantage of a number of drop off programs around the Greater Toronto Area.

Janice Biehn, Editor-in-Chief of Parents Canada, has a list of great last minute options.

Where to go: Toronto Public Libraries
Details: depending on your branch; crafts, Lego fun, magic & puppet shows, movies and more

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Global News For more information visit: Torontopubliclibrary.ca

Where to go: TIFF DigiPlay Space
Details: Open from 10-6 during March Break, but continues weekends until April 24.
TIFF DigiPlayspace is like an interactive tech art gallery. It features 25 installations from 9 countries.
Kids can learn through play, video games, virtual reality exhibits, robotics.
For more information visit: TIFF.net

Where to go: ROM
Details: The enchanted March Break program runs all week from 11 am to 4 pm.
Spark your child’s imagination with a romp through Shakespeare’s England, learn about Galileo, go on a Franklin Expedition or get up close and personal with snakes and spiders.
For more information visit: Rom.on.ca

Where to go: AGO
Details: You can drop in from 10:30 am to 4 pm.
Take a family tour, spend time in the Imagination Playground or go see a Zero Gravity Circus show.
For more information visit: Ago.net

Where to go: The Kortright Centre
Details: It’s Maple Syrup Festival time! Visit the sugar bush to learn about how maple syrup is made.
For more information visit: kortright.org

Where to go: The Chelsea Eaton Hotel
Details: Want a mini staycation? Take advantage of a Segway obstacle course, visit an exotic animal show, enjoy an evening of bingo or take part in a family scavenger hunt.
For more information visit: chelseatoronto.com

Where to go: Solar Stage
Details: This small theatre company is playing Munsch Mash, a collection of plays based on Robert Munsch. Excellent theatre for young kids.
For more information visit: Solarstage.on.ca

Where to go: Cineplex
Details: For $2.99 you and you and your brood can take advantage of their family films like, Shaun the Sheep, Sponge Bob, Paddington and The Minions.
For more information visit: Cineplex.com/marchbreakmovies

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