There are plenty of fun camps in City of Oshawa recreation facilities! Check out the full list and how to register here. More camps can be found at UOIT, the Station Gallery in Whitby, and the Boys and Girls Club of Durham.
It’s maple syrup season, so head to CLOCA’s Purple Woods Maple Syrup Festival! Learn how maple syrup is made, plus enjoy wagon rides, activities, education stations and pancakes! March 8 – 10, 13 – 17, 23 – 24, 30 – 31 2019.
(Closed: March 11,12) 9:30am – noon OR noon – 2:30pm. $6 online in advance, $7 at the gate. 38 Coates Road East, Oshawa
Visit the Canadian Automotive Museum and check out Disney’s Lightening McQueen, plus 65 cool cars from around the world! Free scavenger hunts for kids, plus crafts and colouring. 99 Simcoe Street South, Oshawa.
This March Break visit the Ontario Regiment Museum to learn about our proud military history and enjoy “Get Inside” Tours! We have selected a few Armoured Vehicles that you will be able to get into and explore. Plus daily “Tank Talks” at 1:00 PM each day. Learn about a new vehicle every day of the week! 1000 Stevenson Road North, Oshawa. 12 pm to 4 pm.
Do you want your kids to dive into creativity this March? The Robert McLaughlin Gallery has you covered! Their fun-filled, age-specific fine art camps are packed with inspired projects, interactive gallery activities, active outdoor play, and our RMG kids make memorable friendships! 9 am-4 pm. 72 Queen Street, Oshawa.
Head to NEB’s Fun World for VR gaming, bowling, go karts, arcade games, plus March 11-15 go between 9 am and 11 am for 1/2 admission on rides! 1300 Wilson Rd N, Oshawa
Dine & Style Fine Catering and Events is offering a March Break Kids Cooking Camp daily from 9 am to 4 pm! Ages 8-12. 490 Waterloo Ct. Unit 2, Oshawa. Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Kids can get creative at The Maker’s Hub! Check out their line up of kid-friendly classes during March Break. 1200 Phillip Murray Ave, Unit #5 Oshawa.
Travel back in time at the Oshawa Museum this March Break! Tour through Henry House dressed as a Victorian child, where you will meet friendly faces to show you how to do household chores in the Victorian era. Bring your favourite stuffed animal to Robinson House for a check up with our Stuffie Doctor, and then discover what Oshawa was like when the First Nations lived here over six hundred years ago! This is a drop in event all week. Tours are $5 per person and run Monday March 11 to Friday March 15; drop in tours, arrive any time between 9 am – 3 pm. All tours start in Guy House. Lakeview Park, Oshawa.
Want to tire you kids out? Sky Zone Trampoline Park in Whitby is running SkyAdventure Camp! 8:30 am – 4:30 pm (aftercare available) $269 for the full week. Email Whitby.Sales@skyzone.com.
Enjoy a free swim during March Break at the Courtice Community Complex! 2950 Courtice Road, Clarington, on March 12, 2019 from 1:30 pm – 3:30 pm.
UOIT Alumni Association Council is hosting a Pi Day Free Community Movie Night, part of their Pi Day of Giving celebrations! Everyone is welcome to come and see the family-friendly animated movie, Ralph Breaks the Internet! March 12 2019. Doors open at 5:45 p.m., Movie starts at 6:30 p.m. Free refreshments, general seating. Learn more about Pi Day and its events at uoit.ca/piday. UOIT Regent Theatre, 50 King Street East, Oshawa.
Power Yoga Canada Oshawa is hosting a week long, half-day camp for kids aged 6-10 that will inspire imagination, connection and self confidence! Join Emma and Janna as they take campers on a fun yoga adventure. Each day we will explore an age related theme through yoga, songs, games and creativity! Watch as your yogi makes connections in the community while discovering the practice of yoga and mindfulness. 9 am – 12 pm, 866 Taunton Rd. West, Unit 1, Oshawa. Email email@example.com for registration and fee info.
The KH Hockey Academy is running Hockey Camp at the Delpark Centre with 3 hours ice per day! Plus daily dryland and other fun activities. $350 for the week. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to register.
Nike Basketball Camps March Break Rising Stars Camp is Durham Region’s premier basketball camp for young athletes who want to improve their skills and have fun. Receive expert instruction from top-level MPG Coaching staff with high school, college, and university experience. Campers ages 5- 17 can experience either Full Day Camp from 9:00 am – 4:00 pm, or two Half Day camp options from 9:00 am – 12:00 pm, or 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm.
Looking for something to keep your teen busy? The AIDS Committee of Durham is offering STAYCATION 2019, an inclusive space for youth to connect and participate in fun activities about growing up. This event will provide space to make new friends, share experiences, and build skills to navigate life in Durham Region. Registration required. Limited space. Food provided. For youth ages 12-17. March 14 & 15 2019. 10 am to 3 pm. 115 Simcoe Street South, Oshawa.
March Break Literacy Rockstars Camp offered by All About Communication Inc., Speech and Language Services is back by popular demand! This camp targets phonological awareness skills that are necessary for strong readers and spellers. This program is perfect for kids who are falling behind in reading or for those who are looking for an extra boost. Two times are available for your convenience: 9 am to 12 pm and 1 pm to 4 pm. King St. Community Church, 611 King Street West, Oshawa. : $300 for the morning or afternoon session. Food is not provided. We ask that each camper bring a peanut free snack and beverage. Email Lisa@allaboutcommunication.net to register or for more information!
Great Big Theatre Company offers March Break Theatre Camps for ages 6 to 14. We always offer a variety of new content … and an end-of-week performance! … to stimulate and challenge campers of all age levels. Our programs are designed to build social, verbal and physical communication skills and friendships through drama, games, music and stagecraft. Located in Whitby.
Make memories at Reptilia’s Repti-Camp and discover the importance of biodiversity with new friends! Catering to kids ranging in age from 4-12 years old, each select camp program nurtures interactivity and STEM based learning. All of our camp counselors are confident reptile handlers and will ensure a safe and stimulating environment! Email or call email@example.com |905-493-9511.