PA Day in Niagara! | November 18th

PA Day


November 18th is PA Day in the Niagara region and we all know what that means…

We need something to do!

Our mission at Kids in Niagara is to make your life simple and with that in mind we created a comprehensive list of all the PA Day fun in Niagara!

In…Port Colborne

PA Day Craft with Stacey

3:00 – 4:00pm

Port Colborne Public Library

Cost: $5.00

Ages 5 & Older, Pre-register at the Library.

In…St Catharines

David Cullen Hockey

Full Day Hockey Camp

8:30 – 3:15pm


Register Here

***UPDATE*** November 18th is FULL Registration is now CLOSED***

Art Camp

Rodman Hall

9:00 – 4:00pm (Full Day Camp)

Ages: 6 – 10 yrs

$50 for members | $45 for non-members

Spaces are limited please register early.

Download your registration form here

The Grooviest PA Day Camp Around!

St. Giles Presbyterian Church

9:00 – 3:00pm

Age: JK and up

Cost: $5.00

Contact Lisa at (905) 934-1901 or email

Spend the Day with Club Jump!

Club Jump

P.A Day at the St. Catharines Museum

Craft workshops at 11AM and 2PM, scavenger hunt available all day.

Suggested donation of $2/child, children must be accompanied by an adult.

Visit St. Catharines Museum for more details

In…Niagara Falls

Heartland Forest

9:00 – 4:00pm

Ages: 5 – 12

Cost: $30.00

Extended Care Available 8:00 – 9:00am & 4:00 – 5:00pm

Discovery Hikes, Crafts, Outdoor Skills, Sorts & more!

Register Here


Family Skate

12:00 – 2pm

Children $1.25 Adults $2.50

Jack Ballantyne Memorial Arena

Wizards of the Library

Celebrate wizards and magic! Come dressed as your favourite wizard and learn how to make a potion or two.


1:30 – 2:30pm

(Main Branch Room)

Register here



Grimsby Public Library


No Registration Required


Ages 4+

Across Niagara

Boys and Girls Club of Niagara

There are several sites where PA Day care is available

Visit Boys and Girls Club for more details

If any other activities come up for PA Day we will add them to the list and post an update on Facebook.

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