Family-friendly March events in Kitsilano


4Cats art studio also has Easter workshops. Image credit:

4Cats art studio also has Easter workshops. Image credit:

In like a lion, out like a lamb.

March has a lot going on this year, with Spring Break (mid-March), St. Patrick’s Day (March 17th), the start of a new season (March 20th), the Vancouver Cherry Blossom Festival (March 24th), and Easter (the weekend of the 25th) all occurring over the next few weeks. Throw Daylight Savings Time (starting on March 13th) and mixed weather into it and it all adds up to a busy month, especially for families.

We’ve gathered some details on family friendly March events in Kitsilano that your kids won’t want to miss, including Spring Break ideas and an Easter egg hunt. Sign up soon though as spaces are limited.

Family-friendly March Events in Kitsilano


Spring Break Camps
The 4Cats art studio on West 10th Ave is offering various art classes for ages 4-12 including mixed-media painting, watercolours, collage, and clay sculpture. Sportball at the Kitsilano Community Centre will have half-day multi-sport classes available for ages 4-6. Yoga Buttons on West Broadway has half and full day camps for ages 3-7 and include not only yoga but also crafts, stories, games, dance, and a healthy snack. And Pear Tree education centre, also on West Broadway, still has some spaces left for their enrichment classes for ages 4-14 that include hands-on structure building, salmon biology, and detective work.

The Kitsilano Branch of the Vancouver Public Library will also be hosting several Spring Break activities including crafts, board games, Lego construction, and puppet shows. Dates and times vary so please check with the branch. All activities are free.

Easter Egg Hunt
The Kitsilano Community Centre is hosting its annual Easter Eggstravaganza on Saturday, March 26th, from 11am-1pm for ages 0-8. The gym will be full of fun activities including arts and crafts, games, face painting, cookie decorating, and a visit from the Easter Bunny. $6/child, infants under 12 months are free, as are parents/caregivers. Registration is required to reserve a spot.


Last modified: March 3, 2016

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