Robots, magic and movies among March Break activities at Bruce Power Visitors’ Centre

For boys and girls looking to get out of the house for entertainment and learning over the March Break, the Bruce Power Visitors’ Centre is the place to be.

A full slate of free activities is planned for the March 16-20 week from 9:30 a.m.-3 p.m. each day. The Kincardine Kinetic Knights Team 781 will once again be at the Visitors’ Centre on Monday, Wednesday and Friday to hold robot demonstrations, and Five the Magician is returning with a one-hour interactive magic show on March 16. There will be a daily Reading and Colouring Corner along with the Exhibit Hall Challenge. Three movies – Aladdin, Toy Story 4 and Frozen 2 – will be shown on Monday, Tuesday and Friday respectively.

If you’re looking for some exercise, there is a snowshoe outing with Nancy Griffin from Saugeen Valley Conservation and a Family Yoga session. For animal lovers, the always popular Zoo to You shows will feature mammals, snakes, lizards and spiders.

“We believe this is the best March Break Program we’ve put together, so we’re excited to see the response from the youth not only from the area, but who will be visiting during the March Break,” said Chris Mercanti, Manager of Community and Indigenous Relations. “There will be something for everyone who comes to the Visitors’ Centre.”

All programs are free, though children must be accompanied by an adult (no drop-offs). This year, there will be pre-registration for some activities, so please go to for more information. There are no food services in the facility, so please bring a lunch or snacks.

The Bruce Power Visitors’ Centre is located at 3394 Bruce County Rd. 20, west of Hwy. 21 and north of Tiverton.

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