What to do in Toronto: March Break Fun

Are you wondering what to do in Toronto with March Break looming? Do you need someplace fun and engaging for your kids to spend the day? Canada’s Academy of Stage and Studio Arts’ March Break Camp may be the answer. It’s happening from March 11-15, 2013 at Kingsway College School (4600 Dundas Street West) from 8:45am-4:00pm daily. With a staff dedicated to helping kids find their voices through the arts, you’ll know your kids are safe. They’ll be engaged by creative thinking, and find confidence in reaching their goals. And they’ll have fun as they learn.

What to do in Toronto: Supplement Arts Education

what to do in toronto march break campWe’ve all heard the stories about how arts education funding is being cut in schools. March Break Camp is a great time to get some more creative time in for your kids. The staff of Canada’s Academy of Stage and Studio Arts is made up of professional artists, sharing their passion and inspiring by example. They’ll nurture your children’s innate potential, help them to grow, and applaud their efforts. This is all in support of their goal of equipping young people with the necessary leadership skills through engaging in the arts, in order to help them be successful in all aspects of their life. That sounds pretty good, right?

The March Break Camp Programs

If this is sounding like the answer to what to do in Toronto over March Break, you’ll want to know that their programs include:
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  • Arts Explorer – grades one and two
  • Multi-Arts – grades three to five
  • Arts Major & Minor – grades six to nine
    • Majors: musical theatre, mixed media self portrait, pop jazz dance
    • Minors: book binding, stomp, theatre improv
  • Volunteer Placement – grade 10

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To find out more about the March Break Camps, or to register, visit stageandstudioarts.com/registration. Space is limited, so get on it today!

Amber Strocel

Amber Strocel is the Managing Editor of City Mom Now, the parent network of Toronto Mom Now. She is a writer, podcaster, ardent crafter and green mom, who believes strongly in the power of the Internet to connect and empower. You can follow her on her personal blog at Strocel.com.

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