Tuesday, March 14, 2023

If your Spring Break is a Staycation for 2023 ... There are a few activity options to tide you over to the end of March

The Jim Ciccone Civic Centre is one option next week for
families looking for activities during the two week Spring Break

Spring Break launches  next Monday and for those with no travel plans for 2023, filling in some of the time for a two week siesta from the Schools probably can use. little helpful assistance.

Towards that, the City of Prince Rupert is putting on a number of Spring Break activities for youngsters in the community to check out.

The Civic Centre based programs have two weeks of activities planned for 180 dollars a week.

Find out more from the Recreation Centre at 250-624-6707

Follow the Prince Rupert Recreation Social media stream for notes on other activities one the next two weeks.

The Prince Rupert Library also has a large number of programs
to keep youngsters engaged until the end of March and the return
to school 

As well, the Prince Rupert Library at Sixth Avenue West and McBride has quite a few ideas on how to keep everyone engaged until they return to the classroom.

Call the Library at 250-627-1345 to register or find out more information,

Follow the Library's Social media feed for any updates.

For those looking to channel some artistic themes, the Rain or Shine Art Studio is hosting two weeks of Art Camps through to the end of March. 

Their program takes place at their Studio at 425 Third Avenue West across from City Hall.

See their social media stream for updates.

Spring Break also brings some hoops opportunities for PRMBA members with a basketball camp March 28-31.

As we come across more items for the two week break, we'll add them to our list.

More notes on community themes can be reviewed here.

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