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Free & Low-Cost March Break Camps for Newcomer Kids and Youth


Did you know that there are free and low-cost March Break camps for newcomer children and youth happening soon? Check out our list!



  • Centre of Learning & Development
    From March 11-15, 10:00-3:00,  at 540 Dundas Street East, Regent Park, youth aged 15-25 can attend Youth Upcycling Toronto, a free program that will teach youth sewing basics, creativity, skill-building, and textile upcycling. Lunch and TTC is provided, and there is no fee.
  • Culturelink
    At 245 Dunn Avenue in Parkdale, from March 12-14, 10:30-12:30, youth can join the March Break fun with pizza, movies, game day, summer job workshop, and more. There is no fee.
  • For Youth Initiative
    From March 12-15, youth can join For Youth Initiative’s free March Break programs. There will be workshops in dance, nutrition, knitting, and a campus tour of McMaster University. There is no fee. If a participant attends 3/4 days of the program, they will even be eligible for a $25 Amazon gift card.
  • Frontlines
    From March 11-15, 9:00-4:00, children aged 6-12 can enjoy a week of meals and fun activities at 100 Sidney Belsey Crescent with Frontlines Toronto. Cost is $75 per child for the week.
  • Scadding Court Community Centre (Downtown Toronto)
    From March 11-15, children aged 5-12 can participate in a March Break camp at 707 Dundas Street West. It will include field trips, a visit with the Toronto Police Horses, and daily snacks. The camp is from 9:30-4:30, with aftercare available from 4:30-5:30. The cost is $125 per child for the week, with subsidies available upon request.
  • West Neighbourhood House (Downtown Toronto)
    From March 11-15, West Neighbourhood House is running a March Break camp at 319 Ossington Avenue, inside Pope Francis Catholic School. The camp is open to all children aged 6-12, with games, crafts, and outdoor activities. Weekly fees range from $44-$110.




  • Polycultural Immigrant and Community Services (Mississauga)
    From March 11-15, children aged 6-13 can enjoy a free STEM/Robotics-focused camp at Mississauga’s Sheridan Centre. The camp will run 10:00-2:00. Participants will learn basic programming and how to design and drive their own robots. There is no fee.




  • Malvern Family Resource Centre (Scarborough)
    With games, trips, sports, cooking, and more fun, children aged 4-12 can attend camp from 8:00-5:00 at 90 Littles Road, Scarborough. Dates are March 11-15, and cost is $125 per child for the week.
  • Polycultural Immigrant and Community Services (Scarborough)
    On March 14th, from 10:30 AM to 3:30 PM, children aged 7-12 can attend a free one-day camp and enjoy arts and crafts and active engagement activities. Location will be at 3225 Eglinton Avenue East, Scarborough. There is no fee.

North York:


  • North York Arts – Free Skating Lessons for March Break
    North York Arts is hosting a free drop-in March Break program in ‌partnership with Northcrest Developments from March 11-15, 1:00-4:00. Skate rentals are available for free for children under 12. There will also be local artists facilitating outdoor art activities for children and families. There is no fee.




  • DIVERSEcity (Surrey, BC)
    From March 18 to March 21, 9:00-3:00, at the DIVERSEcity Surrey Community Campus located at 13455 76 Avenue, Surrey BC, participants aged 6-18 can attend a free spring break camp. There will be trauma-informed activities and lessons on mindfulness, healthy relationships, personal safety, and more. There is no fee.

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