Be Active This Spring Break!
Spring break is rapidly approaching and for many parents and children it’s a time to travel to visit family, enter sports tournaments, or go to camp. If you are heading to a tournament, visiting friends, or relatives and need a place to stay check out one of our Accent Inns locations in Kamloops, Kelowna, Richmond, Burnaby, and Victoria – we offer great value and comfortable and clean accommodation.
We’re huge sports fans at Accent Inns and welcome all sports teams to our hotels as they go out there and give it their all. We’ll be cheering you on and ready to give you a warm welcome on your return.
If you’ve yet to figure out what exciting adventures you want to sign your children up for, here is a smattering of interesting and adventurous offerings from around B.C. along with the dates of spring break in each location.
Spring Break in Victoria, BC – March 9th to March 20th, 2015
Victoria Shamrocks Kids Camp
4-day instructional lacrosse camp.
Tyke & Novice (7 – 10)
Pee Wee & Bantam (11 – 14)
Click http://www.victoriashamrocks.com/ for more details.
Camp Survivor Series
Burnside Gorge Community Association
Rock climbing, paintball, laser tag, swimming and more! A week of adventure and fun, daily registration also available.
Ages 11 to 15
Click http://www.burnsidegorge.ca/ for more details.
Royal BC Museum – Focus On Nature
Week-long camp for young photographers including visit from a Wildlife Photographer of the Year and the chance to explore the Royal BC Museum’s Natural History collection and have their work included in a mini-Wildlife Photographer of the Year inspired display..
Age 8 to 12
Click http://royalbcmuseum.bc.ca/kids/camps/ for more details.
Spring Break in Burnaby, BC – March 9th to March 20th, 2015
Join the Circus!
Have your children do something new and creative during Spring Break. CircusWest offers full day camps. They will learn how to juggle, ride a unicycle, jump on a trampoline or build human pyramids!
Click http://circuswest.com/programs/camps/ or http://goo.gl/GBRH1e for more details.
2015 Spring Break Heritage Adventure Camp
In a 1920s setting, children play heritage games and sports, make spring-themed cookies, enjoy activities at the tram, go on nature walks, and enjoy daily carousel rides! This year there will be special activities focusing on traditional children’s games.
Ages 6 to 9
Click http://goo.gl/T4I8Qt for more details.
Spring Break in Richmond, BC – March 16th to March 27th, 2015
BC SPCA in Richmond is holding a spring break camp for children born between 2004 and 2007 at the BC SPCA Richmond Education & Adoption Centre from March 23 to March 27, 2015.
Click http://goo.gl/No82Zk for more details.
Accent Inns a great supporter of the work of BC SPCA and welcomes pets at all its locations.
Richmond Olympic Oval
This location has lots to keep kids of any age busy throughout the spring break, everything from Badminton, Baseball, Dance + Cheer, Figure Skating, Hockey and more.
Click http://goo.gl/aEY95B for more details.
Spring Break in Kamloops, BC – March 16th to 27th, 2015
Spring Art Camps at The Kamloops Art Gallery
Daily or whole week! Classes offered for 4-6 year olds
Click http://www.kag.bc.ca/springbreak.htm for more details.
Western Canada Theatre – Stage One Theatre School
Teens and kids who love to act, sing or dance, or love to do it all – classes include introductory acting classes, advanced performance classes, and musical theatre classes.
Click http://wctlive.ca/stageone.htm for more details.
Kamloops Gymnastics and Trampoline Centre
Active Start Camps for 3.5 – 13 years of age
Click http://www.kgtc.ca/special-activities/spring-break for more information.
Spring Break in Kelowna, BC – March 16th to March 27th, 2015
SFU Spring Break Soccer Camp for Boys and Girls
The City of Kelowna and the Simon Fraser University Men’s Soccer Program announce the SFU Spring Break Children’s Soccer Camp for boys and girls, aged 5-11 years.
Call Parkinson Rec. Centre at 250-469-8800 for more details.
Dino Discovery Day – Kelowna Museums Society
Be a paleontologist by examining ancient dinosaur fossils and digging for bones.
Ages: 7 to 9
Click http://www.kelownamuseums.ca/education/dino-discovery-day/ for more details.
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