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2022 Windsor Essex March Break Guide

Monday, March 14 to Sunday, March 20

A guide to exciting March Break events in Windsor Essex!

Art Gallery of Windsor

March Break Art Camp: Ages: 7-12 . Register by March 7
Psst…hey you! Yes, you! Quick, we need your help! Here’s the deal: We’ve got a situation on our hands. Every year, there’s a worldwide creative competition where talented creatives face off in a battle of skills and, most importantly, the coveted title of Grand Master of the Arts. We were all set to enter, but our best artist is suddenly nowhere to be found! That’s why we’ve recruited you: a team of the best and brightest creatives that we could assemble. Will you leap all five creative hurdles and come away with the win as the Grand Masters of the Arts? We’re rooting for you!

510-977-0013, agw.ca
401 Riverside Dr W, Windsor

Art Splash Atelier

March 11 – 22. Art Splash Atelier is offering exciting events and offers starting. On Monday March 14th & Tuesday March 15th, Kids 12 y/o & under Paint FREE*. Our brand new art studio is a perfect place for families and birthday parties over March break and beyond. Appointments only, call us to book your spot. *Kids paint free with a minimum purchase of $60+tax/family – Children under 12 y/o get to paint a 8”x10” flat canvas for free. Limit of one canvas per child.*

226-506-3435, artsplashatelier.ca
3395 Howard Ave Unit 10, Windsor

Chrysler Theatre Movie Nights

March 14: Harry Potter & The Sorcerer’s Stone
March 15: Harry Potter & The Chamber of Secrets
March 16: Harry Potter & The Prisoner Of Azkaban
March 17: Harry Potter & The Goblet of Fire
March 18: Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix

Showtimes 1pm, $7.95 plus tax per person per movie
201 Riverside Dr W, Windsor

City of Windsor Free Public Skating

For something a little more physical, grab the family and join us for public skating at the WFCU Centre and Capri Pizzeria Recreation Complex, free of charge, thanks to funding from Pathway 2 Potential (P2P). Registration is required.

Other drop-in skating opportunities (admission required) are also available Monday to Friday at the WFCU Centre and Capri Pizzeria Recreation Complex, including Adult/Seniors, Parents & Tots, Little Stars, Novice Stars, Youth Hockey Skills and Figure Skating.

For dates and hours or to register for free public skates as well as information about other drop-in skating opportunities, visit ActiveWindsor.ca or call (519) 255-1161.


Friday March 11 until Sunday March 20, 2022. March Break Madness is back! Our Activity Deal includes one Mini Golf Admission and  one Petting Farm Admission $9.73+tax. Restaurant open 10am – 6pm for take our and dine in. Garden centre open for shopping from 10am – 6pm.

1550 Road 3 E, Kingsville

Crock A Doodle Windsor

March Break hours: Mon-Thurs 10-6, Fri 10-8, Sat 10-6 & Sun 12-4. Pottery painting fun for the whole family – all ages welcome! Choose from a wide selection of ready-to-paint pottery pieces and paint them up in your own special way. We’ll glaze and kiln fire them to a bright and durable food safe finish. Pieces are ready within a week for pick up!

Reserve your table now for Break Week Fun: crockadoodle.com
519- 967-1020
Inside the Real Canadian Superstore: 4371 Walker Road

Maple Syrup Days

March 19 & 20. Wear your boots to Essex County’s premier maple syrup celebration at the John R. Park Homestead. See syrup being made the pioneer way. Enjoy a guided tour of the pioneer maple making process, hands-on activities and more! Sample pure maple sugar and visit the Maple Market to find pure maple products to enjoy at home.

Tours will run every ½ hour beginning at 11am. Last tour begins at 3:30pm. 

Family tickets, $30 (up to five people), individual adult, $8, kids (16 and under)/seniors (65+), $6. Advanced tickets required.
John R Park Homestead: 915 Essex County Rd 50, Essex

March Break Camp at the Art Lab

March 14 – 18. Full week or single days. We are going to be making a ton of cool stuff, and we will be supplying everything (except bring your own lunch). If you have a creative child this was made for them. This will be my first official camp at The Art Lab so I’m going to give it my all!  At the end of the Camp, we’re going to put on a one-of-a-kind art gallery for families to be amazed at what we made!

894 Ottawa St, Windsor


Check out Museum Windsor, where there’s something for visitors of all ages.

Visit the Chimczuk Museum, where you can:

  • Travel through time with our scavenger hunt, with a prize for those who complete the quest.
  • Enjoy themed crafts each day, including Tropical Flowers, Lucky Ireland and Victorian England.

Take a stroll through the temporary exhibits currently on display at the Chimczuk Museum, including “Bustles & Bows: Women’s Fashion from the Victorian Era to the 1920s” and “Navigating Our Way: Maps of Windsor & Essex County.”

There’s also plenty going on at the François Baby House, a National Historic Site of Canada: 

  • St. Patrick’s Day and spring-themed crafts
  • Heritage Scavenger Hunt with a prize once completed
  • Can’t-miss signature exhibitions on the War of 1812 and French Roots

Visit MuseumWindsor.ca for more information, or call (519) 253-1812.

Oven 360

March Break Special: From March 14th to 20th. All grade school and high school students get one-topping pizza for only $5.99. You deserve a break!

*This offer is limited to in-store order only. Available at all locations.

Town of essex March Break Programs

Swim Schedule: Recreational Swims @ ERC Sunday-Saturday 1:30-3:00 pm. Leisure Swims @ ERC Mon./Wed./Fri. 10:00-11:00 am

Skate Schedule: Daily Monday to Friday.

Parent and Tot: 9:30-11:00 am, Jr Shinny Hockey: 11:00 am-12:30 pm, Int. Shinny Hockey: 12:30-2 pm, Sr. Shinny Hockey 2-3:30 pm, Public Skating: 3:30-5:00 pm.

Clubhouse Day Camp: March 14-18. A safe and fun camp experience. Spaces are limited.

519-776-7336 ext. 1052, Town of Essex

Silver Tee March Break Fun

Mon March 15 – Sun March 21. Sun & Mon half price 5pm – 11pm. Special hours Mon – Fri 10am – 11pm, Sat & Sun 9am – 11pm. You can even play your own video games on our giant screens! Buy a pizza, get a pitcher of pop.

519-966-4911, silverteegolf.com
1360 Highway #3, Oldcastle

sky zone

Sky Zone Trampoline Park+ offering a Sky camp. $295 for the week plus $20.00/week for lunch OR bring a lunch. There will be 4 Camp Pods, 15 Kids per Pod. Pods will always remain a 6ft distance from other pods but understand that distancing within pods may be unavoidable.


What’s Poppin’ Windsor Spitfires event

As part of our sponsorship with the Windsor Spitfires we will be hosting a Spitfires game on Sunday March 20th at 4pm against the Flint Firebirds! We want to fill the stands with tons of What’s Poppin’ fans so make sure to get your tickets! On top of this, we will be having an event at our store on March 19th from 1-4pm to give away free tickets, sell our spitfire mix (where all proceeds go to the spitfire foundation), meet and greets with 2 of the mascots, free swag, and more!! We can’t wait to see you in store March 19th and at the game on March 20th! ⁣

1395 Tecumseh Rd. E.

Windsor Express Basketball

March 18. Bring the family and cheer on your Windsor Express as they take on Kitchener Waterloo.

WFCU Centre – 8787 McHugh St, Windsor

Windsor Public Library

March break activities include grow your own crystals, take and make kits, yarn painting, flower bombs and a panda paint party.

Various Windsor Library locations

Windsor Spitfires Hockey

March 20. Bring the family and cheer on your Windsor Spitfires as they face off against the Flint Firebirds.

WFCU Centre – 8787 McHugh St, Windsor

WiNPEX 2022 Stamp Show

March 12. WINPEX, the annual show of the Essex County Stamp Club. The show features 14 dealers selling and buying stamps. A free youth program features a scavenger hunt and free stamps for school aged children. At 2:00 pm there will be a youth presentation ‘How to Discover the World Through Stamp Collecting’. Everyone is welcome. Free admission. Proof of vaccination and masks are required.

10am – 4pm
Caboto Club, 2175 Parent, Windsor

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