March Break for students in Waterloo Region starts in just over a week. Luckily, we’ve got boredom-busting activities for everyone – from teens and tweens to younger kids and even infants – plus movies the whole family can enjoy!
Many of our events and programs are drop-in, while some require registration. But all of them are FREE, and no library card is required to attend. We’ve got a total of more than 50 programs across our five library locations. See the
full calendar, and start planning now.
Here’s just a taste of what we have planned!
FREE FLICKS – Join us in the Theatre at Central Library for kid-friendly blockbusters on the big screen. No registration required, just drop in and feel free to bring your own snacks.
March 15 at 2 pm Dolphin Tale 2 (rated G)
March 16 at 3:30 pm The Incredibles (rated PG)
March 17 at 3:30 pm Brave (rated PG)
March 18 at 3:30 pm Toy Story (rated PG)
March 19 at 3:30 pm Finding Nemo (rated G)
March 20 at 3:30 pm Monsters University (rated G)
March 22 at 2 pm Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (rated PG)
Youth Video Competition 2015 Workshops
Take this 90-minute workshop and start working on your entry for the Youth Video Competition 2015. Learn storyboarding techniques, how to obtain copyright-free multimedia, and more. Ages 12 – 17; no experience necessary. Sign up here:
Grand River March 16 at 2 pm
Forest Heights March 17 at 10 am
Pioneer Park March 17 at 2 pm
Central March 18 at 2 pm
Country Hills March 19 at 2 pm
For elementary school aged kids, we’ve got programs at every library, including Big Hero 6, Marble Run Mania, Pipe Cleaners and Pompoms, and Ready, Set, Act. And younger kids (age 2-5) can join us for Mad Hatter, Hat Madness, March Break Storytime, or All Around the World. We’re even having a Toddler Dance Party, and a March Break for Babies and Ones.
Make sure you plan some time before or after your fun program to explore your library and check out books, movies, music, and more. Happy March Break!