March Break Happenings at the City of Windsor

If you’re planning a “staycation” during March Break (March 12 to 20), then the City of Windsor Recreation and Culture Department has plenty for you to see and do.

Museum Windsor

Check out Museum Windsor, where there’s something for visitors of all ages.

Visit the Chimczuk Museum, where you can:

  • Travel through time with our scavenger hunt, with a prize for those who complete the quest.
  • Enjoy themed crafts each day, including Tropical Flowers, Lucky Ireland and Victorian England.
  • Take a stroll through the temporary exhibits currently on display at the Chimczuk Museum, including “Bustles & Bows: Women’s Fashion from the Victorian Era to the 1920s” and “Navigating Our Way: Maps of Windsor & Essex County.”

Chimczuk Museum: 401 Riverside Drive West
Hours of Operation: Tuesday to Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Sunday, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Admission: General admission $5.50 (family rate of $16.60), free to museum members and the Museum Volunteer Group

There’s also plenty going on at the François Baby House, a National Historic Site of Canada:

  • St. Patrick’s Day and spring-themed crafts
  • Heritage Scavenger Hunt with a prize once completed
  • Can’t-miss signature exhibitions on the War of 1812 and French Roots

François Baby House: 254 Pitt Street West
Hours of Operation: Tuesday to Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Admission: Free

Visit www.MuseumWindsor.ca for more information, or call (519) 253-1812.

Windsor Public Library

The Windsor Public Library (WPL) also has plenty to help keep you occupied during your “staycation.” This year, WPL branches across the city have produced a wide variety of Take and Make options – from crafts and games for the little ones, to baking and “Self Care Kits” for teens and adults.

Whatever your interests, WPL has you covered.

Visit the Windsor Public Library online calendar for more information, or join the library on social media for updates.

Free Public Skating

For something a little more physical, grab the family and join us for public skating at the WFCU Centre and Capri Pizzeria Recreation Complex, free of charge, thanks to funding from Pathway 2 Potential (P2P). Registration is required.

Other drop-in skating opportunities (admission required) are also available Monday to Friday at the WFCU Centre and Capri Pizzeria Recreation Complex, including Adult/Seniors, Parents & Tots, Little Stars, Novice Stars, Youth Hockey Skills and Figure Skating.

For dates and hours or to register for free public skates as well as information about other drop-in skating opportunities, visit www.ActiveWindsor.ca or call (519) 255-1161.

For the latest on COVID precautions, visit our COVID-19 information page at CityWindsor.ca.

Latest News