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Two weeks off school, preschool or daycare sounds like fun for the kids, but it’s chaos for parents. With 14 days to fill, why not sign them up for a spring break camp one week and go exploring the next. We’ve hand-picked a few March Break camps to cover most tastes from nature and sports to arts and even a quirky historical camp!

Let’s face it, most of us enroll our kids in art classes or camps―music, ballet, painting―and some of us even have our own evening of book clubbing, crafting or knitting. But how often do we experience art as a family?

So maybe you’ve already got the toys wrapped and under the tree, or you’ve at least shopped until you dropped to get most of them sorted. If you still need one more really special gift for your kids or an adult that will provide fun into the new year, how about tickets to an event,…

Tristesse Seeliger is a Vancouver artist working in mixed media using painting and collage. Tristesse’s work has been featured in Scout Magazine, Vancouver is Awesome and Inside Vancouver, For Example (London) and Design is Kinky (Australia) amongst others. Tristesse has collaborated with Lululemon on window design and her work is in numerous private collections in…