Top 8 Things to Do in Alberta During the March Break 2022

Children wait eagerly for breaks as they allow them to have some fun. Even family outings are planned around the breaks. If you have been waiting for the March break, too, then it's time to make the most of it. Here are the top 8 things to do in Alberta during the March Break 2022.

1.       Children's Musical Performance

Enjoy an afternoon of music for children and introduce your little munchkin to classical music. Plan a trip early to get a spot as admission capacity is quite limited. Have a snack and have quality time with your kids. Read more here.

2.       James Cameron - Challenging the Deep

Explore an underwater world with your family and trace the explorer and filmmaker James Cameron's passion for deep ocean science, technology, and exploration via this exhibition. You can enjoy the underwater environment using cinema-scale projections, artifacts, and specimens from his expeditions. You can also discover the shipwrecks of the Titanic and the German battleship Bismarck. This event ends on April 3. Learn more here.

3.       Friday Night Snowshoe

If you and your children like exploring, you can explore a winter wonderland around Crowsnest Pass for a night snowshoe with Uplift Adventures. When visiting on Friday nights, you will discover snowshoeing under the stars. In addition to seeing the stars, you can also enjoy a full moon or a backdrop of snow falling. The event ends on April 29, 2022. Visit here for details.

4.       Boardwalk Ice on Whyte

Celebrating the best international ice carving artists from all over the world, this event allows you and your family to see breath-taking ice carvings and vote for your favorite. You can also step into the ice bar and savor a locally distilled spirit or enjoy a locally crafted beer. The event ends on March 6 so you better hurry. Learn more here.

5.       Local's night at Farm & Fire

Families that love to explore food together and pamper their tastebuds must enjoy a local's night at Farm and Fire. Here, you will find a varied menu featuring dishes made from the freshest ingredients sourced from local Canadian farmers. The food is slow-roasted and wood-fired, bringing out the natural flavors Mother Nature intended. This event ends on April 3, 2022. Visit here for details.

6.       All-Canadian Winter

Are you seeking some laid-back winter family fun? You can participate in classic All-Canadian outdoor activities. Then pull up a chair by the fire, enjoy the fresh air and cherish winter in a beautiful setting. This event takes place on weekends from 11 am to 5 pm until March 13. Visit here for details.

7.       Scavenger Hunt

Join Munchie, the Marmot mascot, and friends on an animal adventure. You need to visit different animal friends on the map and remember the secret word on each animal sign. When you find all animals, the words you have found will form a letter that's a clue to the last location. The event ends on May 2, 2022. Read more here.

8.       Flying Canoe Volant Festival and Races 2022

Enjoy to the fullest this bilingual, family-focused, outdoor community event that celebrates cultures, communities, and the magic of a long winter's night. Here you can discover the legend of La Chasse-Galerie, a combination of French-Canadian and First Nations folklore told by lost canoeists along the illuminated trails of the Mill Creek Ravine. You can also enjoy the Canoe Races, where teams of 4 compete in a canoe. This event ends on Match 5. Learn more here.



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