earth hour, the gimquat, power kids and one last chance to see the beaches winter stations
How the Gimquat Found her Song plays one-day-only (March 25). It’s a lovely kids’ tale, performed by TSO and Platypus Theatre. Don’t miss it!
And there’s lots more …
Travel with the Gimquat as she searches for her sweet and lovely song, play games, eat pizza and celebrate Havdalah, discover 12,000 years of indigenous history in North York, see the night sky at U of T’s planetarium, honour the earth with dance, song and candlelight at Kew Beach and go for Earth Hour walks in Roncesvalles and Parkdale as well as Centennial Park and Lambton House.
Create an illusion at Power Kids: Combined Canvases, make a final visit to see the Beaches Winter Stations, design a new animal at The Gardiner and go on a maple adventure at Bronte Creek, Crawford Lake or at The Sugarbush Maple Syrup Festival.
Cherry Blossom Watch
The countdown is on! Follow along with High Park Nature Centre as the buds unfold.
Summer Camps & Spring Programs
It’s definitely not too early to start researching Summer Camps! Many programs offer early bird discounts to parents who register now. Spring Programs are starting up as well and we have a very healthy list of programmers all over the city offering dance, drama, robotics, soccer, swimming and much, much more.