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Pickle Planet’s MEGA GUIDE to things to do for March Break in Greater Moncton 2020

Welcome to the MEGA March Break Round Up, the Pickle Planet post you wait the most for all year long!

Since 2015 Pickle Planet Moncton has been creating weekly round ups of family-friendly events in the Greater Moncton Area. For March Break 2020, we’re listing events from February 28 to March 8.

Items are listed in chronological order and are based on information we could find online. Please click through our links to the source to confirm details – we can’t always update when weather shifts, etc. At the end of the list of events by date you’ll find more ideas about local fun places to visit, then some ideas of day trips you might want to take as well!

You might also want to check out some of our focused seasonal round ups, like indoor & outdoor skating times, Winter Fun that includes sleigh rides and skiing opportunities, arcades, swimming, our list of maple camps around the province, and more. We also have a MEGA GUIDE to Family Fun in Moncton; you can find highlights from that at the end of this post, under the heading ONGOING EVENTS & ATTRACTIONS.

If you find this resource useful, we ask that you share it with your friends & family, please! This list is not sponsored by any organization and takes days to produce; your thanks in spreading the word means so much!! (If you have a March Break event that should be included, please email us & we’ll try to update as quickly as possible.)

Here we go!

FRIDAY, FEB 28

The Moncton Magic is hosting the Sudbury Five on Friday night.

The Wizard of Oz is on stage at the Capitol Theatre tonight!

Friday nights are Fun on Ice at Place 1604 in Dieppe, with music this week by DJ MJ Mix. There are several places to go skating on Fridays; find our full skating guide here, including indoor & outdoor rinks around the Greater Moncton Area. Memramcook is offering special skating times during March Break. You can find the full list here.

Enjoy Glow Nights at SkyZone on Fridays & Saturdays!

The YMCA offers public swimming Friday nights from 6:30-8:30pm.

This Friday is the scheduled opening of Bennic in Dieppe for the season!

SATURDAY, FEB 29

Each Saturday morning you can enjoy a Family Favourite at Cineplex for just $2.99. Movies begin at 11am. Check the schedule to see what’s playing; this Saturday it’s Trolls!

Michaels offers weekly Kids Club craft sessions on Saturday mornings. There is a fee and parents must remain on premises. This week, choose a morning mixed media project or an afternoon floral hoop wreath.

Saturday is Pokemon Trade & Play Day at Toys R Us! From 11am until 1pm kids can bring cards to the store to trade with friends and there will be a limited number of three-card fun packs and more goodies to giveaway.

The Repair Fair returns to Resurgo Place on Saturday. Stop in between 10am-1:30pm to get small appliances fixed for free.

Riverivew Public Library is holding a LEGO drop in session in the afternoon.

The Moncton Public Library is hosting a Leap Year Extravaganza with drop-in activities throughout the day (10am-5pm), as well as face painting at 11am, Snapology Robotics in the afternoon, and more.

At the Dieppe Public Library, it’s French storytime on Saturday morning for ages three to five. Register by calling 877-7945.

The Wizard of Oz is on stage at the Capitol Theatre this afternoon and tonight!

Want the family to try curling? Sign up for a free learn to curl session. Head to curlmoncton.ca to secure a spot.

The City of Moncton is offering snowshoe & cross-country ski rentals at Camp Centennial‘s Rotary Lodge from 10am until 4pm. Cost for snowshoes is $10, skis are $15/adults, $10/children.

Saturday is Riverside-Albert’s Winter Carnival! Enjoy events all day long, from a morning pancake breakfast, crafts, face painting, a puppet show, cake walk, and community potluck, along with sliding and snowshoeing and more!

Shediac has lots planned for March Break, kicking off with a free performance by Roland et Monsieur Crapaud at the Multipurpose Centre Saturday morning!

The YMCA offers public swimming Saturdays from 2:30-4:30pm, Riverview’s Pat Crossman Memorial Aquatic Centre has public swimming on Saturdays from 1:30-3:20pm, & Dieppe’s Aquatic Centre has public swimming on Saturdays from 3-4:55pm & 6-7:55pm.

For indoor public skating on Saturdays, find our full skating guide here. Memramcook is offering special skating times during March Break. You can find the full list here.

DJ Bones is once again planning to spin some awesome tunes while you enjoy skating at the Ian Fowler Oval outside the Avenir Centre on Saturday night.

SUNDAY, MARCH 1

USVA Nordic spa offers a family experience on the first Sunday of each month, from 10am to 1pm.

Sunday at the Moncton Library is Costume Day, as well as Ukrainian Storytime, a showing of Wild Strawberries, and more.

The Moncton Magic is hosting the KW Titans on Sunday afternoon.

The Wizard of Oz is on stage at the Capitol Theatre this afternoon and tonight!

Winter openings are starting at the Magnetic Hill Zoo! Stop by on Sundays between 11am and 3pm this month to visit the winter animals.

The City of Moncton is offering snowshoe & cross-country ski rentals at Camp Centennial‘s Rotary Lodge from 10am until 4pm. Cost for snowshoes is $10, skis are $15/adults, $10/children.

For public skating indoors on Sundays, visit our full skating guide – indoor and outdoor rinks – here. Memramcook is offering special skating times during March Break. You can find the full list here.

Rotary St-Anselme Park in Dieppe offers sleigh rides every Sunday from 1-4pm. The rides last about half an hour and costs $2 per person (children under two are free).

The YMCA offers special $2 public swimming Sundays from 2:30-4:30pm.

Riverview’s Pat Crossman Memorial Aquatic Centre has public swimming on Sundays from 1:30-3:20pm.

Dieppe’s Aquatic Centre has public swimming on Sundays from 3-4:55pm.

It’s a concert for the kids! Mini Pop Kids  are coming back to Casino NB on Sunday afternoon. Come sing along with the year’s biggest hits!

MONDAY, MARCH 2

Lots of March Break fun at the Moncton Library; on Monday, there’s a DIY Jewelry workshop in the morning, an afternoon paint session for teens, and two coding sessions with Science East (one English, one French). Call 869-6000 to register!

The City of Moncton is offering snowshoe & cross-country ski rentals at Camp Centennial‘s Rotary Lodge from 10am until 4pm. Cost for snowshoes is $10, skis are $15/adults, $10/children. There’s also snowshoe & fat bike rentals at Mapleton Park from 10am-4pm; snowshoes are are $10, bikes are $25.

Chapters always has a great line up of March Break in-store events; this year on Monday you can break out your artistic powers and enjoy some Kid Made Modern crafts (11am and 2pm) and learn to draw some of your favourite characters, including Big Nate, Phoebe the Unicorn, & more. Please sign up in advance; you can all the store at 855-8075.

Lots of free fun for families at Musée acadien de l’Université de Moncton during March Break; stop in 10am-4pm you can enjoy crafts, a quiz, and more.

Scholar’s Choice is holding weekly hands-on sessions; Monday’s theme is science. Please sign up to ensure there’s space for this free event.

From 11am to 1pm, drop in to Mastermind Toys to test out some of their goodies!

Mad Science will be in Shediac on Monday for some hands-on chemistry fun. These workshops are for ages five to 10; there will be a French session at 1pm, followed by an English session at 2:30pm. Registration is required.

There’s a sledding party happening at Sackville’s Marshview Middle School on Monday afternoon.

There’s a kids’ paint workshop on the Memramcook arena on Monday; ages six to nine at 10am and ages 10 to 16 at 1pm.

The YMCA will host a public swim 4:30-6:15pm; $2/person.

TUESDAY, MARCH 3

Science East will be at the Petitcodiac Public Library Tuesday morning with activities aimed at children ages five to nine; please register in advance (call 756-3144).

The Petitcodiac Public Library is offering crafts with beads on Tuesday afternoon (ages four to 12); please register in advance (call 756-3144).

At the Moncton Library, there’s youth bingo in the morning, Inter-generational games in the afternoon, and more. Call 869-6000 to register.

Tuesday at the Dieppe Public Library enjoy an all-ages Just Dance competition in the morning and a Guess that song? Session in the afternoon. Register by calling 877-7945.

The Riverview Public Library has something really neat planned today! They are setting up a How to Train Your Dragon Escape Room for K to Gr 5 students and a Harry Potter Escape Room for Gr 6-12. You should have a team of three to five people and you must call to book your spot! Times will be available between 10am and 5pm; 387-2108.

Tuesday at the Memramcook library it’s family board game night!

The Salisbury library is showing Ice Age on Tuesday afternoon.

The City of Moncton is offering snowshoe & cross-country ski rentals at Camp Centennial‘s Rotary Lodge from 10am until 4pm. Cost for snowshoes is $10, skis are $15/adults, $10/children. There’s also snowshoe & fat bike rentals at Mapleton Park from 10am-4pm; snowshoes are are $10, bikes are $25.

Lots of free fun for families at Musée acadien de l’Université de Moncton during March Break: Tuesday from 10am-4pm you can enjoy crafts, a quiz, and more, as well as a presentation for ages eight to 12 on The Adventures of the Three Musketeers between 1 & 2pm.

Snapology is presenting two bilingual sessions in Shediac on Tuesday, for ages four to 14. Registration is required.

Tuesday at Chapters (11am and 2pm) you can bring your Beylades or Pokemon for a game, take part in a Where’s Waldo scavenger hunt, and more. Please sign up in advance; you can all the store at 855-8075.

Scholar’s Choice is holding weekly hands-on sessions; today’s theme is technology. Please sign up to ensure there’s space for this free event.

From 11am to 1pm, drop in to Mastermind Toys to try your hand at some rainbow loom crafting!

Enjoy indoor & activities at Sackville’s Bill Johnstone Memorial Activity Centre on Tuesday from 10am until 2pm, including baking cookies. Registration required.

Sackville Public Library is showing Wonder Park on Tuesday afternoon.

There’s a parent & child paint night happening at Bill Johnstone Memorial Activity Centre on Tuesday night; cost is $20 per person.

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 4

The City of Moncton is offering snowshoe & cross-country ski rentals at Camp Centennial‘s Rotary Lodge from 10am until 4pm. Cost for snowshoes is $10, skis are $15/adults, $10/children. There’s also snowshoe & fat bike rentals at Mapleton Park from 10am-4pm; snowshoes are are $10, bikes are $25.

At the Moncton Library, there’s a morning art activity, an afternoon chemistry session with Mad Science, a Beyblade group session, and many regular events. Call 869-6000 to register!

Dieppe Public Library has lots of fun planned for March Break. On Wednesday, Science East will be on site for a robot coding workshop for ages eight to 12. Register by calling 877-7945.

Lots of free fun for families at Musée acadien de l’Université de Moncton during March Break: Wednesday from 10am-3pm you can enjoy crafts, a quiz, and more, as well as a Virtual Reality Free Activity with the National Film Board.

Wednesday at the Salisbury Public Library you can enjoy a board game drop in session in the afternoon and an evening blanket fort building adventure!

There’s a board game & video game drop in session at the Riverview Public Library this afternoon.

The Petitcodiac Public Library is offering crafts with magnets on Wednesday afternoon (ages four to 12); please register in advance (call 756-3144).

Calling all collectors! Chapters is hosting an LOL, Bakugan, and Hot Wheels activity on Wednesday (11am and 2pm). Please sign up in advance; you can all the store at 855-8075.

Scholar’s Choice is holding weekly hands-on sessions; today’s theme is engineering. Please sign up to ensure there’s space for this free event.

From 11am to 1pm, drop in to Mastermind Toys to make a small plush craft!

On Wednesday and Thursday afternoons, Airheads Inflatables will be at the Multipurpose Centre in Shediac. Kids can come and jump for $5; free for those under the age of three.

Little Ray’s Reptiles will be in Shediac on Wednesday for a free afternoon event!

Usva Spa Nordik is holding a special family day event for March Break! Children ages five to 15 will be allowed at the spa for the day; each must be accompanied by an adult. Reservations are recommended; 1-855-772-8782 ext 400.

The awesome Christa Martin of All the Pretties is hosting a kids’ workshop at The Clayspace tonight for ages six and up. This is a drop-off session, so no need to stay! Cost is $35 & your child will come home with some amazing polymer clay and beaded creations.

Struts Gallery & Faucet Media Arts Centre in Sackville are holding a March Break Video Camp for ages nine to 14. Children will learn about writing scripts, creating storyboards, shooting and editing video, recording and mixing sound, and more. Space is limited; the cost is $75. Call 536-1211 to book.

The YMCA will host a public swim 4:30-6:15pm; $2/person.

THURSDAY, MARCH 5

Lots of free fun for families at Musée acadien de l’Université de Moncton during March Break: Thursday from 10am-4pm you can enjoy crafts, a quiz, and more, as well as Acadian dance workshops (registration required).

There will be a public swim session at CEPS from 10-11:30am; $2/person.

Salem Elementary will be hosting supervised gym time on Thursday morning. Bring indoor shoes!

The Sackville Public Library is hosting a Fun with Ozobots coding workshop on Thursday for ages seven to 12; contact the library to register.

Sackville will come together to create a colourful ice sculpture at the Bill Johnston centre, while professional artist Joel Palmer creates a sculpture as well.

LEGO is the focus at Chapters on Thursday (11am and 2pm), along with some slime & STEM activities. Please sign up in advance; you can all the store at 855-8075.

Scholar’s Choice is holding weekly hands-on sessions; today’s theme is art. Please sign up to ensure there’s space for this free event.

From 11am to 1pm, drop in to Mastermind Toys for a Frozen LEGO make & take (while supplies last)!

There will be floor-sized board games to play Thursday morning at the Moncton Library, with a DIY Duct Tape workshop in the afternoon and an afternoon murder mystery for teens. Call 869-6000 to register!

Perler beads and pour painting are on the schedule at the Riverview Public Library today!

The Petitcodiac Public Library is offering a STEAM drop in time on Thursday afternoon (ages four to 12); please register in advance (call 756-3144).

Older kids (ages eight & up) can learn about circuits and how they work during a workshop Thursday afternoon at the Salisbury public library.

Thursday at the Dieppe Public Library wear your PJs and watch Wonder Park (in French at 10am and English at 1:30pm).

Thursday afternoon Airheads Inflatables will be at the Multipurpose Centre in Shediac. Kids can come and jump for $5; free for those under the age of three.

There’s a March Break Video Game Tournament planned for Sackville Town Hall on Thursday night, featuring Mario Cart & Super Smash Bros. For ages seven to 12, cost is $10; registration required. It will be followed by a teen Fortnite tournament (ages 13 to 17).

The City of Moncton is offering snowshoe & cross-country ski rentals at Camp Centennial‘s Rotary Lodge from 10am until 4pm. Cost for snowshoes is $10, skis are $15/adults, $10/children. There’s also snowshoe & fat bike rentals at Mapleton Park from 10am-4pm; snowshoes are are $10, bikes are $25.

FRIDAY, MARCH 6

Ground Zero Laser Tag will be in Shediac for March Break on Friday afternoon. The event is for ages five and older; cost is $5.

Chapters wraps up its March Break in-store events on Friday (11am and 2pm) with PAW Patrol and Peppa Pig activities, toy demos, and some hands-on fun with Play-Doh. Please sign up in advance; you can all the store at 855-8075.

Scholar’s Choice is holding weekly hands-on sessions; today’s theme is math. Please sign up to ensure there’s space for this free event.

From 11am to 1pm, drop in to Mastermind Toys to test out some of their goodies!

The City of Moncton is offering snowshoe & cross-country ski rentals at Camp Centennial‘s Rotary Lodge from 10am until 4pm. Cost for snowshoes is $10, skis are $15/adults, $10/children. There’s also snowshoe & fat bike rentals at Mapleton Park from 10am-4pm; snowshoes are are $10, bikes are $25.

The Moncton Magic is hosting the Island Storm on Friday night.

The Salisbury Public Library has a ‘fizzy art’ workshop planned for Friday afternoon.

Riverview Public Library will host Brilliant Labs in the morning for a coding workshop (this is geared to Grades 7-10, call 387-2108 to register) and have a showing of LEGO Movie 2 in the afternoon.

The Petitcodiac Public Library is offering an animated family movie on Friday afternoon (ages five to 12).

The Moncton Library is inviting teddy bears (and other stuffies) to come for a special late afternoon storytime & then to spend the night at the library! The guests will be available for pick up Saturday with a photo to remember their night! Call 869-6000 to register!

Dieppe Public Library has lots of fun planned for March Break; on Friday, it’s morning crafts with recyclables and a family board game session in the afternoon. Register by calling 877-7945.

Lots of free fun for families at Musée acadien de l’Université de Moncton during March Break; stop in 10am-4pm you can enjoy crafts, a quiz, and more.

Friday nights are Fun on Ice at Place 1604 in Dieppe, with music this week by Bobcaygeon, a Tragically Hip tribute band.

Don Bernard returns to Sackville’s civic centre with his high-energy magic show on Friday afternoon. Doors open at 1:30pm; show is free!

The YMCA will host a public swim 6:30-8pm; $2/person.

SATURDAY, MARCH 7

Several of our local maple sugar camps have announced they’ll be opening for the season on Saturday!! Find our full list here with details!

The Vogue Theatre in Sackville is holding a Toonie movie at 2pm; bring a non-perishable food item please!

Michaels offers weekly Kids Club craft sessions on Saturday mornings. There is a fee and parents must remain on premises. This week, enjoy creating a spring garden party wreath.

Chapters is hosting a special Paper Bag Princess event for International Womens Day! The classic Robert Munsch book is turning 40 this year & what a better way to celebrate. Enjoy theme activities, a special storytime, and maybe even an appearance by Elizabeth!

New Hope Church’s Playcafe is open to all, the first Saturday of each month; 10am-noon at 1620 Rue Champlain.

Two poets, Amanda Jernigan and Rob Taylor, will be reading at the Petitcodiac Library on Saturday afternoon at 3pm.

The Moncton Library is hosting a button making workshop on Saturday morning, as well as holding crafternoon, chess club, and other regular activities. Call 869-6000 to register!

Saturday at the Dieppe Public Library it’s French storytime for ages three to five in the morning, and LEGO club for ages five to 12 in the afternoon. Register by calling 877-7945.

The Memramcook public library will host a family movie on Saturday morning at 10am.

Mt A’s athletic centre will host a $2 public swim on Saturday at 2pm.

The Moncton Wildcats are hosting the Québec Remparts on Saturday night.

SUNDAY, MARCH 8

(PSA: Sunday is the day the clocks ‘Spring Ahead’ for the time change!)

Michaels is offering a free afternoon craft session for kids on Sunday; stop in to create a fun little bee!

It’s Make Something Sunday at the Owens Art Gallery! Come & create a mini world diorama!

The Moncton Library is open Sundays and this week has Ukrainian storytime, a teen creative writing session, and more.

The City of Moncton is offering snowshoe & cross-country ski rentals at Camp Centennial‘s Rotary Lodge from 10am until 4pm. Cost for snowshoes is $10, skis are $15/adults, $10/children. There’s also snowshoe & fat bike rentals at Mapleton Park from 10am-4pm; snowshoes are are $10, bikes are $25.

The Moncton Wildcats are hosting the Drummondville Voltigeurs Sunday afternoon.

The Magnetic Hill Zoo’s winter openings are back! Stop by on Sundays between 11am and 3pm this month to visit the winter animals.

For public skating indoors on Sundays, check our full skating guide – indoor and outdoor rinks – here. Memramcook is offering special skating times during March Break. You can find the full list here.

Rotary St-Anselme Park in Dieppe offers sleigh rides every Sunday from 1-4pm. The rides last about half an hour and costs $2 per person (children under two are free).

The YMCA offers special $2 public swimming Sundays from 2:30-4:30pm.

Riverview’s Pat Crossman Memorial Aquatic Centre has public swimming on Sundays from 1:30-3:20pm.

Dieppe’s Aquatic Centre has public swimming on Sundays from 3-4:55pm.

ONGOING EVENTS & ATTRACTIONS

Cineplex Trinity is showing $2.99 movies Monday through Friday this week. The options are Arctic Dogs, Missing Link, The Addams Family, and the PAW Patrol movies: Ready, Race, Rescue, and Mighty Pups. Showtimes range from 11am to 11:45am; click through for details.

Home Depot is holding its drop-in kids’ DIY sessions daily; children ages five and up can come  build a small item between 10am and noon.

The City of Moncton also offers free drop-in gym times for families at the Crossman Centre; during March Break, it is open Monday through Friday from 2:15-4:45pm. This is an unstructured, unsupervised event; parents must remain on site and there isn’t a particular activity, just free access to the gymnasium with their equipment available.

Resurgo Place is a perfect space for hands on exploring, including Saturday and Sunday ‘crafternoon’ events included with admission. Resurgo is also the location for Snapology’s March Break camp and will have a special Monday opening.

Skyzone Moncton is offering March Break Camps (March 2-6) that you can book by the day or the full week. They have a toddler-only section and a (relatively) new program for little kids, too, with a fabulous instructor – be sure to check out the Sky Kids program & take advantage of the offer of a free first class!! You can also just head over to enjoy jumping, arcade fun, and treats with the family. Don’t forget Friday & Saturday nights are Glow Nights!

Hop Skip Jump! is a great indoor play space with a variety of options for all ages. There is a dedicated area for toddlers and infants, climbing walls and laser mazes, a selection of virtual reality and other arcade games, and a great café on site. Generally open 9:30am to 6pm, so a great spot to start your day. You entry is good for the day, so you can start here, maybe go catch a movie or do some shopping, and come back, all in the North End.

Bowling is always a great family outing; grab a few friends and make a day of it! All three bowling alleys – Fairlanes in Moncton, Bowlarama in Dieppe, and Parklane Bowling in Riverview (open Thursdays-Sundays) – all offer gutter blockers for kids. Fairlanes has glow bowling on Friday and Saturday nights (and generally opens at 8am!), Bowlarama has an awesome arcade section. There’s also a small bowling alley in Petitcodiac that’s great fun, too!

For more arcade fun, and cool treasure hunting, visit Spin-It Records & Video & The Comic Hunter on Main Street in Moncton.

FitRocks Climbing Gym boasts Atlantic Canada’s largest indoor climbing wall – and they’ve got programs and courses for all ages!

We have become such huge fans of the Riverview Indoor Skatepark & Youth Centre. We hear their March Break camps booked quickly, but there are open, all ages times on Friday (3-10pm) you can bring the family to check it out! Total beginners will feel welcome and you can even rent & borrow equipment on site if needed.

The Clayspace is holding a full March Break camp this year, but also says it will have one-day workshops. You can also book private sessions at the studio.

DIY Studio is a great paint-your-own pottery option for family fun, located on Mountain Road. We see they have some fun Easter-theme pieces in now. Pair this with a stop next door at The Candy Depot for a great day out! Please note: this is an afternoon option, as DIY Studio generally opens at 11am, while the Candy Depot open at 10am most days.

Le Moque-Tortue in Shediac features a colourful board game cafe and child-friendly escape rooms.

Room Escape Atlantic has rooms recommended ages 10 and up; there are several fun options listed on their site, with details on age appropriateness, and lots of family photos on their Facebook page. Open seven days a week, generally starting at 1pm.

Mystery Moncton Mystere recommended ages 14 and up. Closed Mondays and Tuesdays, generally opening later in the afternoon.

Families with adult kids (or parents snagging a night out!) might also want to check into the Wreck Room and Timber Lounge Moncton for some out-of-the-ordinary fun!

ROAD TRIP IDEAS

Halifax is always a fun outing; we spent 24 hours there to kick off March Break last year and it was fantastic! (Read about it here!) This year, the Discovery Centre is listing special events during our March Break and the Museum of Natural History has a display about Egypt and mummies.

Fredericton is on our to visit list this March Break; we’re thinking Science East, maybe Quilli’s Family Fun inflatables, and a trip to The Shake Shack! What are your must-visit spots in our capitol city?!

Saint John visits always include pool time at the Aquatic Centre and treats at Freak Lunchbox. What about you? If you’re heading to Saint John, check out the March Break round up from our friends at Network of Moms!

Saint Andrews isn’t just a summer destination! The Algonquin Resort offers a fun March Break package, Huntsman Marine Science Centre / Fundy Discovery Aquarium has afternoon workshops, and nearby the  Chocolate Museum in Saint Stephen is a fascinating slice of New Brunswick history, telling the story of Ganong. During March Break you can enjoy hands-on chocolate activities, including making your own bark between 1&3pm on Monday, Wednesday, & Friday.

We’d love to know your March Break road trip recommendations! Pop them in the comments!

Before we let you go, a few quick tips we’ve learned over the years to make the most of March Break.

Chill the schedule. Pick just one or two activities each day – a mix of a timed event and an at-home one, ideally. Try to block your time in big chunks (let’s do this in the morning, and this in the afternoon) rather than trying to stick to a tight schedule.

Remember to eat. If you’re used to the kids being at school for lunch and grabbing a quick bite on your own, making a full lunch can throw your whole routine off. My suggestion: Give your kids ownership of this meal and help them learn to prepare it if they don’t already know how. Other options include having the first person up pop something in the slow cooker!

Ask the kids. They might just want to spend a day playing video games and reading stories together on the couch. Don’t tell yourself you need to take advantage of all the events happening if what will make everyone happy is some quiet, quality time together at home! You might even embrace the idea of ‘love bombing’ your kids this March Break. Plan a one-on-one day – but beyond that, all the planning is up to them!

Thanks so much for coming to Pickle Planet! Please, share our March Break list with all your friends & family – and take some time to check out our other posts!

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One thought on “Pickle Planet’s MEGA GUIDE to things to do for March Break in Greater Moncton 2020

  1. Pauline March 3, 2020 at 9:03 am

    Amazing content as always Jenna. Thanks for all the hard work you do to help us have quality family time ❤

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