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March Break Activities – Nova Scotia Museum Programs

HALIFAX
Museum of Natural History
Mar 14-22.  Special admission rates this week.
Enjoy the Ice Age Mammals exhibit featuring a full-scale mastodon skeleton.
The Power Changers:  Show times:  11am, noon, 2pm, 3pm, 4pm
Climate Change Quest – figure out what we can do to make a difference.  20-minute theatrical experience.

Maritime Museum of the Atlantic
TUGS!  Mar. 14-22.  Adults: $8, Seniors: $7, Children 2+ $5, Family $20
An interactive exhibit that shows the whole family why mighty tugboats are some of the hardest-working ships around!

LUNENBURG
Fisheries Museum of the Atlantic
Make Your Own Bracelet! – Wed. Mar. 18, 10am-2pm
Learn to make a Turk’s head bracelet to take home.
Make Your Own Tug! – Fri. Mar 20, 10am-2pm
Build and paint your own styrofoam tugboat with the South Shore Ship Modellers Guild.

To register for these programs, call 902-634-4794 or contact Laurie at smithls@gov.ns.ca

NEW ROSS
Ross Farm Museum
March Break on the Farm – Hands-on activities for everyone to enjoy.  Hot chocolate.  Sleigh rides, weather permitting.
Sat. Mar 14 – Tasty Treats
Sun. Mar 15 – A Day in the Life of a Cow
Mon. Mar. 16 – Traditional Toys
Tues. Mar 17 – Birds of a Feather
Wed. Mar 18 – Great Outdoors
Thurs. Mar 19 – Tasty Treats
Fri. Mar 20 – Pull the Wool Over Your Eyes
Sat. Mar 21 – Musical Instruments
Sun. Mar 22 – Just Horsing Around

PARRSBORO
Fundy Geological Museum
To register for programs, or for more information:  1-866-856-DINO
Girls’ Night Out! – Mar. 13-14, 7pm-10am.  Register before Mar. 12. Cost: $10
Overnight at the museum for girls ages 6-11.  Movies, games, activities.
Boys’ Night Out! – Mar. 15-16, 7pm-10am.  Register before Mar. 14.  Cost: $10
Overnight at the museum for boys ages 6-11.  Movie, games, activities.

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Kimberly is a homeschooling mother of two living with her dear husband of over 25 years in Halifax, Nova Scotia. She works from home as a homeschool coach and offers OBM, writing, editing, social media, and tech services. In her free time she likes to hand-spin, knit, read, volunteer in local theatre, and horseback ride.