February 26, 2020 at 9:31am
Spend spring break with the Northbrook Park District!
From field trips to museums, theatres and other exciting venues to arts and crafts and athletics, there’s plenty to keep youth ages 5 -12 active and engaged during spring break March 23-27. Participants can choose individual days or the full week and AM and PM Extended Care are offered.
Preschoolers can also get in on the fun with a new option for ages 3-5, offering arts and crafts, storytime, theme days and snacks.
“Our spring break activities are an ideal way to keep children busy while school’s out,” said Katie Kotloski, Recreation Division Manager. “We visit fun places on our field trips and add lot of creative projects and games throughout the week.”
Upcoming spring break activities include:
• Spring Break for Preschoolers, 9:15-11:15am, Meets at the Leisure Center, 3323 Walters Avenue
(ages 3-5 without a caregiver)
• Spring Break Escapes, 9am-3pm, Meets at the Leisure Center (ages 5-12)
Monday, March 23—Safari Land
Tuesday, March 24—Museum of Science & Industry
Wednesday, March 25—Volo Auto Museum
Thursday, March 26—Top Golf
Friday, March 27—360 Chicago Tilt
• Spring Break Arts Escapes, 9am-3pm, Meets at the Leisure Center (ages 5-12)
Monday, March 23—Ceramics Workshop
Tuesday, March 24—Lego Workshop at the Chicago Architecture Center
Wednesday, March 25—The Kindness Connection
Thursday, March 26—Goldilocks and the Three Bears at Beverly Arts Center
Friday, March 27—Puppet Workshop
• Spring Break Multi-Sports Camp, 9am-3pm, Meets at Greenbriar Gym at Greenbriar School, 1225 Greenbriar Lane (ages 5-12)
For more information and to register for spring break activities, click here.