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Museum busy at spring break

Nanaimo Museum cooks up some fun with a healthy dose of learning during spring break events.

Starting March 19 from 1-4 p.m., the museum offers activities for children ages five-12 and their parent or caregiver.

Aimee Greenaway, program coordinator, said the five different theme days appeal to children with a wide range of interests and have separate activities for elementary and preschool children.

The themes will start on the Monday with Family Tree for Me, and then include Coal Miner, Bird, Birds, Birds, Old-Fashioned Toys and finishes on the Friday with Snoopy in Space.

Activities include arts and crafts projects, hands-on activities, building projects, science experiments and toys, and are available on a drop-in basis by donation.

For more information, please go to www.

nanaimomuseum.ca, call 250-753-1821 or drop by 100 Museum Way.

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