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Spring break – A wide range of activities for an active week!

From March 1 to 5, the City of Pointe-Claire invites citizens to discover the many activities offered during spring break: virtual or outdoor activities designed for all tastes and ages.

Unless stated otherwise, registration is on the LUDIK platform.

STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics) workshops to explore the world of coding and robotics. Offered by the Central Library.

Programming – Ozobot Monday, March 1 1 to 2 p.m. Online Ages 8 to 10 Registration required
Programming Robots – Dash Monday, March 1 3 to 4:30 p.m. Online Ages 10 to 12

Registration required

Story hour
Discover the joys of reading.

Story hour – Yoga Thursday, March 4 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. Online Ages 3 to 6 Registration required
Story hour – Beach Party Sunday, March 7 1:30 to 2:15 p.m. (English) Online Ages 3 to 6 Registration required

Crafts and games
Presented by the Library team.

Craft – Spinning top game Wednesday, March 3 1 to 2 p.m.

3 to 4 p.m.

Online Ages 8 to 12

Registration required

An activity to better understand the nature that surrounds us. With Captain Catalyst.

Birdwatching for young children Friday, March 5 10:30 to 11 a.m. (English) Online Ages 3 to 7

Registration required

Arts and Entertainment – Peter and the Wolf
Loosely and playfully adapted from Prokofiev’s famous musical tale, with puppets, shadows and objects. Presented by T.O.M.M. (Théâtre d’objet et de marionnettes musical)

Peter and the Wolf February 26 to March 7 3 p.m. (no words) Online: you will receive an access code. Reservation required: 514-630-1220, ext. 1774, or stewarthall@pointe-claire.ca


 See activity details in the Spring Break section of the Pointe-Claire Leisure page.

Recreational swimming
Recreational and lap swimming will be offered at the aquatic centre for individuals, groups of two or family bubbles. The changing rooms will be open for getting changed after the activity. Swimmers are asked to put on their swimsuits before arriving at the pool. Boots, coats and clothing must be kept poolside. It is recommended to bring a bag to store and transport belongings.

It is mandatory to register in advance on the LUDIK platform. See the schedule here.

Public skating
The arena will be offering public skating periods. The activity can be practised individually, in groups of two or as a family bubble made up of people living at the same address. Participants are asked to maintain the required two-metre distance away from those who are not part of their family bubble at all times. The changing rooms will remain closed. Benches and chairs will be available to put on and take off skates.

It is mandatory to register in advance on the LUDIK platform. See the schedule here.

Outdoor skating rinks
Stick-and-puck activities are permitted in groups of up to eight people from different households. See the conditions, schedules and instructions for use of the skating rinks.

Winter hiking and cross-country skiing
Enjoy winter fun on the winter hiking and cross-country ski trails at the Beaconsfield Golf Club! See the conditions, schedules and instructions for use of the trails. Dogs are allowed on the hiking trail on a leash.

 Pointe-Claire Moves – Winter Challenge
The City of Pointe-Claire invites residents to take advantage of all these activities and take part in the winter challenge by entering their active minutes on the Pointe-Claire, It’s Who We Are platform. All physical activities are welcome.

Have a great spring break!


Information: 514-630-1200, communications@pointe-claire.ca