Civic Museum has March break activities

There will be plenty of activities to keep families entertained at Guelph Civic Museum during Fun Week, running March 7 to 16 from 1 to 4:30pm.
Visitors are invited to ex­plore exhibits and participate in activities highlighted by Child’s Play:  A Century of Toys 1850s to 1950s, a travelling exhibit from Haldimand Museums.
Also featured is an exhibit that celebrates the 125th anniver­sary of Homewood Health Cen­­tre in Guelph.
The 125 Years of Improving Life: The History of Homewood Health Centre continues until April 13.
Special guests and demon­strations will entertain visitors, and include Puppets Elora on Monday 1 to 3:30pm, a 3-D presentation (glasses provided) with Simon Bell from Snap magazine on Wednesday at 1:30pm, and Mr. Bill the Magi­cian on Thursday 1 to 3:30pm.
It’s Game On at March break camp for children ages 6 to 10, also available at Guelph Civic Museum.
Running Mon­day to Friday from 9:15 to 11:45am, children will explore themes such as Puppet Power, Please Play With Your Food, Do You See What I See? – Optical Illusions, Hocus Pocus – Magic and Mystery, and I’m Board – Board Games and Puzzles. There will games, crafts, special guests, and inter­active activities. The cost of the morning pro­gram is $17 per child per morning or $75 for the full week (Guelph Museums mem­bers $14 and  $60).
Advance registration is required and spaces are limited.  The March Break camp is sponsored by the Frederick Bond IODE.
The Guelph Civic Museum is located at 6 Dublin Street South.