28/02/2019

3, 2, 1… Go! It’s spring break!

Things are shaking in the Eastern Townships! Bromont and neighbouring towns offer tons of sports and cultural activities all year long. From advanced climbers to novice skaters, there’s something for everyone.

Here are a few ideas for keeping the family busy over spring break:

Backbone Climbing Centre : Bouldering is a great way to “learn the ropes” of climbing. With 16’ walls and thick mats to soften your landings, this facility balances thrills and safety.

Baie-des-sables recreation area : This is the perfect family fun stop in winter! There’s tube sliding, snowshoeing trails, cross-country skiing and a snowboard park. Want to extend your stay? Cottage, apartment and room rentals are available on site.

Ice trail : Put on your skates and enjoy the beauty along Magog’s ice trail. The well-lit path runs 2.8 kilometres along the shores of Memphrémagog Lake. There’s a heated rest stop at each end of the trail so that you can warm up as needed.

Cooking classes : Discover your culinary talent with Les Mauderies during their family-oriented cooking classes. You’ll learn how to make healthy snacks that are both nourishing and delicious.

Juggling and balancing workshop : Ever considered joining the circus? Put your balancing abilities to the test or see how many items you can keep in the air at this fun workshop, which is taking place in Bromont Arena’s main hall.

Sherbrooke Museum of Nature and Science : An experimental lab for one and all! Several science activities are scheduled for spring break, such as: How do special effects work in movies? Would you touch a tarantula or pet a snake? What are magic potions made of and where does soda get its bubbles? The answers await you at the Museum of Nature and Science!

 

 

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