March break may be over but there are still plenty of fun things to do in the area before the weather really warms up.
Maple Syrup Festivals
There are two great festivals close to home that run until April:
Maple Town @ Mounstberg Conservation Area - Runs on weekends until April 2. Maple Festival @ Bronte Creek Provincial Park - Runs on weekends until April 1
Neighbourhood Easter Fun
The fun starts in March with some great Easter events - find out more about local events here: http://activeparents.ca/easter-around-burlington/
Learn About Guide Dogs
The 2018 Dog Guides Spring Open House will feature a silent auction and the opportunity to learn first-hand about Dog Guides. Tour the facilities, see demonstrations from all of the Dog Guide programs, learn about the volunteer and foster puppy programs, and meet future Dog Guide puppies! More information at https://www.dogguides.com/events.html
Decorate an Easter Egg at Ikea
Ikea Burlington has free Easter Egg decorating at their Kid’s Smaland on 26, 28 and 30 March.
Visit The Animals At Dutch Mill
Dutch Mill is an old country store and tea room just past Waterdown and it has a great little playplace and farm animals that is awesome for little kids
Visit the Longhouses at Crawford Lake Take a hike on the stroller friendly walkway around the lake then explore the Iroquoian village.
Springridge Farm Opening Springridge farm in Milton opens for the season on March 29. There are tons of things to do at this working farm, including a delicious lunch!