Spring Break at The Forks!

Posted on Mar 21, 2024 by The Forks Market

Enjoy spring break with us here at The Forks!

Maybe you're embracing the weather and visiting the outdoor public spaces, checking out the shops, grabbing a bite to eat, or looking for some family fun. When you're planning your spring break activities, remember, there's lots to do at The Forks!

Here are some ideas to add to your spring break itinerary:

In The Forks Market:

Mama Cutsworth's Spring Break Dance-a-thon
Wednesday, March 27 | 12-3pm | Room 201

  • Great music and dance games for kids of all ages.
  • Drop-in and free to all.

DJ Hunnicutt's Daylight Disco
Thursday, March 28 | 12-3pm | Room 201

  • Great music, cool space, and endless dance opportunities for kids of all ages.
  • Drop-in and free to all.

Special Kids Menus
Daily, during regular food tenant hours at The Forks Market

  • Open to kids of all ages, participating food vendors of The Forks Market offer specially curated menu items for kids!
Manitoba Theatre for Young People
  • Catch one of the last showings of Tetris, which'll wrap-up on Sunday, March 24. This live interactive performance reminds its audience about how we all fit together, just like Tetris blocks! Click here to purchase your tickets.
Children's Museum Programming
  • Join the plans at the Children's Museum, with a whirlwind week of wellness and wonder! Each day of the week, they'll be offering exciting crafts and interactive activities, alongside special guests that'll appear throughout the progamming! Spring Day Camps are sold out for this season, but if you're still interested in getting involved, send them a note to join the waiting list, or learn more here!
Canadian Museum for Human Rights
  • Craft Your Own Adventure: Throughout the week of spring break (with the exception of Monday, March 25, when the Museum is closed), head over to the CMHR for free activities and entertainment, celebrating Indigenous stories and ways of being, inspiring conversation on human rights while inviting you to tap into the universal language of music and movement. Learn more here!



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