Spring break: fun in Sainte-Thérèse!

From February 27 to March 3, spring break will be fun for Teresian families, since a host of activities will be offered to them free of charge. This year, the theme of the week will be A Thousand and One Bubbles for Spring Break. By participating in the activities, residents will receive a small bottle to blow bubbles.

“This week off is fast approaching, don’t be caught off guard and sign up for City activities. The advantage is to create your schedule piecemeal according to your preferences. There will be no reason to be bored during the break! “, said the mayor of Sainte-Thérèse, Mr. Christian Charron.


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Daily activities

Every day of the week, several activities will be offered to the children. Each more amusing than the other, here is an overview of what awaits them according to the city’s announcement:

Stimulating workshops (LEGO®, DJ, reading and writing)

Sports activities (soccer, touch tennis, pickleball)

A winter family beach party

Unless otherwise indicated, all daily activities are reserved for residents of Sainte‑Thérèse and registration is mandatory as of February 8 online at inscriptions.sainte‑therese.ca or in person, at the library or at the Maison du citoyen.

Continuous activities

There will also be continuous activities during the period such as a Teen Rally in which teenagers can solve puzzles at the comic book-themed library and could win a gift basket worth $75, a Cartoon contest where kids can download the template from the City’s website and create their own comic book featuring their favorite winter activity with a chance to win a bubble machine and a gift card from the Special Project store and finally the Revisit photo exhibition where at the library people can admire the exhibition put on by students from the Sport-études program at École Saint-Gabriel.