In the school district where we live, the kids get a two week long Spring Break, and we're just finishing up the second week of our holidays. It's been a low-key affair, mainly because we've been dealing with the flu, but we did manage to squeeze in some fun as well.
Lynn Headwaters park in North Vancouver. This is one of my family's favourite hikes, and the lower trail along the river is a smooth and easy walk for any age: even if you're bringing a stroller!
Science World. As usual, visiting Science World was a big hit with the kids. They loved the new Creativity in Motion exhibit, the modular railway on display in the upstairs area. The new outdoor interactive play-park was also a lot of fun: it'll be even more fun when the water features are turned on in April!
Granville Island is a great way to spend a sunny day. Capping things with some ice cream once we arrived at Granville Island made it even better. The sculpture above is in the Kitsilano neighbourhood close to Vancouver's Maritime Museum.