March Break in Ottawa

March break is coming up next week, and as always we want to make feeding your family healthy, homemade meals as simple as possible so you can enjoy the time spent together.

Our menu for the week has something for everyone and is packed with classic family-favourites like spaghetti and meatballs made with Enright Beef, and crunchy fish tacos with all the fixings. See the full menu below and give us a call or send an email and we’ll get your meals reserved for you.


March Break In Ottawa

Whether you’re looking for energy-burning, education-based, indoor or outdoor activities this March Break, Ottawa’s got something for the whole family! Here are some of our favourite ideas for a fun-filled week.

1. Altitude Gym (Kanata/Gatineau) children between the ages of 6 and 14 years old get to come to the gym and spend a great week or a few fantastic days having fun, learning the basics of rock climbing and of course, doing some actual climbing!

2. Camp Fortune Spring break is an ideal time to ski with the kids and you can make the most of it with a 2 –hr lesson, and then the opportunity to ski all afternoon. Give us a visit at The Red Apron for hearty snacks and easy meals to eat on the trails so you can make every moment count.

3. The new Ottawa Art Gallery (OAG) in downtown Ottawa is offering fully bilingual and hands-on creative camps during both the Ontario and Quebec March breaks. Kids aged 8 to 12 can create their own stop motion video, multimedia projects, logo designs and more. Plus, they’ll enjoy interactive mini tours of the OAG and field trips in the city.

4. The National Gallery of Canada offers a range of art activities and games at the Artissimo kiosk. Or you can have fun getting messy at the Artissimo Studio while experimenting with clay, paint or soap carving. These hands-on family programs are included with Gallery admission.

5. The University of Ottawa’s Gee-Gees Sports Camps welcomes kids of all ages and encourages learning and development of athletic skills through sports, games and activities. Kids can participate in a multi-sport camp or sign up for a specialized program for sports like rugby and soccer.

6. Head for an afternoon at Proulx Farm and enjoy horse-drawn hay rides, a touch & learn petting zoo, outdoor parks and slides and, of course, a tour of their sugar shack and a taste of their incredible maple syrup. There is plenty of food on offer so you can spend the whole afternoon.