March Break program at Stratford Perth Museum

Have fun while keeping your mind and body active this March Break.
The Stratford Perth Museum, with the support of the Ellice Optimist Club, is offering five days packed full of crafts, games, experiments, and indoor and outdoor adventures.
Explore activities relating to winter, nature, and history. Weather permitting, we will be snowshoeing on the museum’s trails, and skating on the museum’s outdoor rink.
Over the course of March Break we will be hosting special guests from the community for activities ranging from printing on a traditional letterpress to learning about fire safety and equipment.
To cap off the week, we will have a pizza party, courtesy of Domino’s, on Friday, March 17.

Details:
March 13 to March 17, 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Drop off: 8:45 a.m. to 9 a.m.
Pick up: 4:30 p.m. to 4:45 p.m.
Open to ages 5 to 12 (will be divided into age-appropriate groups)
Cost is $35 per day or $160 for the week
To Bring:
• warm outdoor clothing
• indoor clothing that can get a bit messy or dirty
• peanut and nut free lunches, beverages and snacks
• an active imagination!

For questions or to register contact Kayla Droog, our manager of education and programs, click here

To view the poster click here

 

 

March Break Camp 2017!

Details:
-March 13th to 17th, 9am to 4:30pm
-Drop off 8:45am to 9am, pick up 4:30pm to 4:45pm (please contact Kayla Droog for alternate arrangements)
-Open to ages 5 to 12 (will be divided into age-appropriate groups)
-Daily cost – $35 per child
-Cost for full week – $160 per child

Activities:
Have fun while keeping your mind and body active this March Break. With five days packed full of crafts, games, experiments, and indoor and outdoor adventures, there’s something for everyone at the Stratford Perth Museum. Explore activities relating to winter, nature, and history. Weather permitting, we will be snowshoeing on the museum’s trails, and skating on the museum’s rink.

Over the course of the week we will be hosting special guests from the community for activities ranging from printing on a traditional letterpress to learning about fire safety and equipment.

We will be ending our March Break camp with a pizza party on Friday, March 17th.

To Bring:
-warm outdoor clothing
-indoor clothing that can get a bit messy or dirty
-peanut and nut free lunches, beverages and snacks
-an active imagination!

Contact:
For more information or to register, please contact Kayla Droog, Manager of Education and Public Programs at 519-393-5315 or by
Download the registration form here: March Break Registration Form 2017
The form can be submitted by or dropped off at the museum.

Special thanks to the Ellice Optimist Club and Domino’s Pizza for sponsoring March Break Camp 2017!