March Break 2020 is almost here, giving you and your family the perfect opportunity to pack in an entire week of great events for the entire family. There’s no shortage of family fun on Muskoka’s March Break schedule – from Friday, March 13th to Sunday, March 22nd, there are over a dozen events and activities taking place all around the region. Here’s just a taste of what’s going on during this year’s March Break:

March 13th to April 24th – Muskoka Maple Trail
Where: Huntsville, ON
When: Friday, March 13th to Friday, April 24th
Cost: Free entry, varying costs for local vendors

The famous Muskoka Maple Trail returns for another year of incredible culinary offerings and family fun. The festivities kick off on Friday, March 13th and go all the way until Friday, April 24th, with many of Muskoka’s favourite vendors offering plenty of delicious treats. This year’s Maple Trail stops include Erika’s Bakery & Gift Shop, the Deerhurst Resort, Farmer’s Daughter, Maple Bluff Farm, Hubbert’s Maple, Whimsical Bakery, Sugarbush Hill Maple Farm, and so many more. Parents can enjoy a quick stop at the Lake of Bays Brewing Co., Muskoka Brewery, Sawdust City Brewing Co, Clear Lake Brewing Co., and Muskoka Lakes Farm & Winery.

The Maple Trail will culminate with the highly anticipated Muskoka Maple Festival on Saturday, April 25th, which will feature a full day of maple themed goodness for the entire family.

Get the scoop on all the hotspots along the Muskoka Maple Trail by visiting their website.

March 14th – Cranberry Dinner
Where: McArthur House Cafe, Bala, ON
When: Saturday, March 14th from 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM & 7:30 PM to 9:30 PM
Cost: $60 per person

Take your loved one out for a delicious three course cranberry dinner at Bala’s McArthur House Cafe! The dinner takes place at the McArthur House Cafe at the Muskoka Lakes farm and winery, where you can enjoy the Cafe’s delicious cranberry-based culinary offerings and a glass of wine. Choose from two seating times: 5:00 to 7:00 PM and 7:30 to 9:30 PM.

Find out more about the cranberry dinner at the Muskoka Lakes Farm & Winery website.

March 16th – Peter Mennie, “That Magic Guy”
Where: Gravenhurst Opera House, Gravenhurst, ON
When: Monday, March 16th @ 2:00 PM
Cost: $5 per person

There are few things kids love more than magic. “That Magic Guy” Peter Mennie will bring his unique comedic magic show to the Gravenhurst Opera House to kick off the March Break. The show is sure to elicit plenty of great reactions from the kids, and will leave them in amazement. Crowd participation and interactive elements ensure that the whole family is in stitches!

Find out more about Peter Mennie’s magic show at the Gravenhurst Opera House website.

March 18th – Team T&J
Where: Gravenhurst Opera House, Gravenhurst, ON
When: Wednesday, March 18th @ 11:00 AM
Cost: Free

Team T&J host a unique show featuring interactive music and entertainment that encourages kids to explore, get creative and participate in what’s described as a “high-energy, super powered concert”. The show is free for the entire family, sponsored by the Gravenhurst Public Library.

For more information on the upcoming Temam T&J show, visit the Gravenhurst Opera House website.

March 19th – The Stunt Ventriloquist
Where: Gravenhurst Opera House, Gravenhurst, ON
When: Thursday, March 19th @ 2:00 PM
Cost: $5 for children, $10 for adults

Tim Holland has developed his reputation as a master ventriloquist over the last two decades, hosting a hilarious show full of unruly puppers, dangerous juggling, and unique unicycle stunts that leaves the audience in awe. His Stunt Ventriloquist puppet show has taken him around the world, sharing the stage with renowned performers like Sharon & Bram and Martin Short. His show at the Gravenhurst Opera House is the perfect way to keep the kids entertained during the March Break.

For tickets to The Stunt Ventriloquist, visit the Gravenhurst Opera House website.

March 20th – Camp Articus
Where: Gravenhurst Opera House, Gravenhurst, ON
When: Friday, March 20th @ 2:00 PM
Cost: $5 for children, $10 for adults

Camp Articus is the perfect way to cap off an eventful March Break, featuring high flying fun that everybody can enjoy. Camp Articus is a one-of-a-kind theatre circus show that fuses theatre and circus arts for an experience you won’t soon forget. The show sees Camp Counsellors Phillip and Lindsay on a backwoods journey where they’ll put their circus performance skills to the test, juggling marshmallows, dangling 20’ above the ground, and so much more.

For tickets to Camp Articus, visit the Gravenhurst Opera House website.