A few things to do this March Break

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Mississauga, March 11 (CINEWS): Looking for ways to occupy the kids or spend some quality time together? There’s a wide range of entertaining possibilities to suit diverse interests.
For one, it’s a good opportunity to see places of interest in and around the GTA or catch up on a little bit of history. You could also use the time to boost the family activities’ levels with scenic treks in one of our many beautiful parks. It’s a great way to get in touch with nature and get those legs moving, at your own pace.
However, if you need some inspiration or help with planning, check out some of places, camps and activities we’ve suggested below. No matter what you do, the idea is to chill out and have fun. With the weather promising to show you a good time it’s the ideal time to take a break and enjoy the week with your kids.

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Medieval Times Toronto
Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament is a living link to the past where the glory, chivalry and valor of old burst to life in authentic tournament action. While guests enjoy a four-course banquet served medieval style, six brave knights compete in games of skill astride magnificent Andalusian stallions.

Ripley’s Aquarium
One of Toronto’s most popular aquatic attraction features underwater creatures and habitats from across the globe. Over 13,500 species are on display, including jellyfish, tropical fish, seahorses, stingrays and more.

Sugarbush Maple Syrup Festival
The Maple Syrup Festival at Kortright Centre for Conservation, Terra Cotta Conservation Area, and Bruce’s Mill Conservation Area features demonstrations, wagon rides, kids entertainment, family-friendly crafts, maple syrup samples and pancake breakfast.

Alpha’s Discovery Club
It’s a great place to be with a balance of fun and interactive learning. The camp program combines social, educational and physical activities including daily themes, academics and workshops in drama, arts & crafts, sports, science, and co-operative games. 170 Ambassador Dr. Unit 9-10, Mississauga (905) 564-2511.

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Aspire Climbing’s Camp
Here kids can go around the world of climbing with Aspire. In this full-day camp program, kids will climb and explore Aspire’s expansive climbing walls & obstacle courses, complete exciting projects in teams, and learn about a variety of other countries and cultures. 104 Bronte St. N, Milton (905) 599-2253.

City of Mississauga Parks and Recreation
Offers over 60 different camps at 28 locations. These affordably-priced camps range from creative & learning camps to sport & adventure camps. Many have extended hours and all are run by fully-trained and qualified staff. For details visit mississauga.ca/camps. Go to http://mississaugakids.com/march-break-in-mississauga/#sthash.J1yWo5sj.dpuf

Skating at Shops at Don Mills
Lace up your skates and take a twirl on CF Shops at Don Mills’ very own skating oval. Bring your friends and family out for some fun in the fresh air…all for FREE!
Hours of Operation:
Mon-Fri: 10am – 9pm, Sat: 9:30am – 7pm, Sun: 11am – 6pm
Don’t miss the Skate Friday Night DJ as he spins your favourite tunes while you skate.

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