I can’t believe that we’re less than one week away from Spring Break. Did you book Spring Break camps? Travel? or are you having a stay-cation at home?
No matter what you do, Spring Break is an important time for everyone. There are many great things to do in and around Vancouver. Although the weather is always questionable, there are some fantastic Spring Break activities to do with your family.
Here are 4 great Spring Break activities to fill the time.
Bill Reid Gallery
639 Hornby Street,
Vancouver, 604 682 3455
Book online: brgeducation.com
Learn about the diverse Indigenous cultures of the Northwest Coast at the Bill Reid Gallery this Spring Break! The Gallery invites you to engage deeply with Northwest Coast Art and artists. Through contemporary art, learn from Indigenous Knowledge Keepers, Storytellers and teachers who share their perspectives and personal expertise. The Gallery offers educational experiences that will engage children and families of all ages. Free admission for children 12 and under.
405 Seymour River Place
They offer a unique and enjoyable experience for all ages in a rural heritage setting on 2 hectares in North Vancouver. Maplewood Farm is a fun—and educational—place to visit for the whole family.´ For more information visit at maplewoodfarm.bc.ca.
Aside from great places to go, there are also some great shows to see!
Evergreen Spring Break Festival
1205 Pinetree Way, Coquitlam, 604-927-6555
Spring Break is right around the corner, and that means it’s time for Evergreen’s annual Spring Break Festival! From March 14-16, join them for two exciting, family-friendly fairy tales at 10AM & 1PM daily. Pick from Peter Pan, Beauty & The Beast, or join us for both shows and make a day of it! Tickets are $20 for adults and $15 for kids, and discounts are available for groups and bigger families.
Studio Ghibli Forever
March 13 – 25, with dubbed versions of the films screening at day-time matinees and subtitled screenings in the evening
VIFF Centre Vancity Theatre 1181 Seymour Street
There is no better time to revisit the spellbinding fairy tales which have enchanted audiences for four decades and made Studio Ghibli the most revered animation studio in the world. The first instalment of our complete Ghibli retrospective will include 12 films such as family favourites; My Neighbour Totoro, Castle In The Sky, Kiki’s Delivery Service and Princess Mononoke. You can see the full line-up HERE.