One of the best things about the Georgian Triangle is that it is truly a four seasons destination. There is always something to interesting and new to keep you, your visiting guests, your little ones, everyone entertained and active. With unpredictable weather patterns, it's hard to say whether the ground will be covered in grass, snow or mud. No matter the conditions, there is something to do, we've gone ahead and prepared a short list of examples to get your creative juices flowing. Check these out and do some exploring of your own. A great place to start? Browse our trail stops.
Escape to nature with Friends and Family
The Scenic Caves Adventure Centre is offering a March Break Trail Pass for only 10$! Good through March 13-17, 2017. This is a perfect opportunity to take advantage of the last bit of snow we have left. Take in beautiful panoramic views of Georgian Bay while traversing the 420 ft. suspension bridge. Enjoy the outdoors with cross country skiing and snowshoeing at night under the stars!
Family Channel @Blue Mountain Village!
Family Channel is taking over the Blue Mountain Village and has planned an amazing week of fun-filled activities on and off the slopes. Gather your friends and the family for a weekend of skiing, snowshoeing, concerts, lip sync battles, dancing, fireworks, pizza-pool parties and much more! Everyday there will be new events and concerts that you will not want to miss! Be sure to check out their website for more info.
Keep Warm with Local Wine
Georgian Hills Winery offers self guided snowshoe tours through their wintery estate. Make time this March Break to create memories that will last. After your outdoor tour, make your way to the Lodge and cozy up next to the fireplace. Enjoy sipping on different wines served with artisan cheeses. This is a perfect activity for a romantic date or a group of friends!
Fun For the Kids
Kids Art Class with Judy Shield
Join local artist, Judy Shield Saturday March 18 from 10:00am - 12:00pm at the Meaford Hall for a kids art class! Learn skillful techniques and just have fun! Ideal for kids 9-13. Big thanks to New Horizons for Seniors program for funding the art classes! *Preregistration is required.
Circus Themed Special Events presented by the Craigleith Heritage Depot
During the March Break, the Craigleith Heritage Depot staff will be doing circus-themed activities at the LE Shore Memorial Library branch in Thornbury. Learn the history of fortune telling and have your tarot cards read Wednesday from 1-2pm with Madeline. Then take juggling lessons on Thursday from 10:30-11:30am with Andrea.
Parents can enjoy this too! Looking for a way to keep the kids entertained and warm over the March Break? Crock-a-Doodle in the Blue Mountain Village is always a sure stop for fun and creativity with the family. Another option is the Doodle-to-go kit, bring the fun home.