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Spring Break 2017 is March 13-17 in Cedar Falls!

Check out these great ideas for a Spring Break Adventure in Cedar Falls the week of March 13, 2017.

The Hearst Center for the Arts and the Cedar Falls Public Library will have inspiring activities to keep the kids creative over their break, the rec center will have 3 on 3 basketball, and Hartman Reserve Nature Center has planned a road trip for the kids. Or, how about a murder mystery dinner or "Survive the Library: Biohazard Edition" for the grown ups?

 

Free mystery dinner theatre March 10, 2017 at the Cedar Falls Community Center. Here's Killing You, Kid

Join UNI's Student Theatre Association as they present this film noir spoof at the Cedar Falls Community Center, Friday, March 10. Help solve the murder mystery. Dinner and show are free and open to the public. 

3 on 3 spring break basketball tournament begins March 13 in Cedar Falls!3 on 3 Basketball

Spring Break Basketball Tournament begins March 13! Registration deadline for all divisions is March 11 and the cost per team is $30. 

It's an exciting road trip each day of Hartman Reserve's Spring Break Camp!Spring Break Camp: Road Trip!

Register your 4th-6th grader for this week-long camp that includes a unique road trip each day. Think fossils, animals and raptors! Cost is $150/child. Call Hartman Reserve at 319-277-2187 to be sure room is still available. 

Join Camp Rownd and Camp McElroy at the Hearst Center for the Arts during spring breakSpring Break Camps at the Hearst Center

Camp Rownd and Camp McElroy begin March 13 for ages 5-12. Older kids will paint, sculpt and write and kids in Camp Rownd will explore art materials and techniques. Space is limited and preregistration is required. Cost is $35/day or $160 for the week.  

Enjoy Matinee Movies at the Cedar Falls Public Library over spring break 2017Movie Matinees at the Library

Visit the youth department at the Cedar Falls Public Library Tuesday-Thursday and enjoy a free movie matinee. March 14 at 2pm is Middle School: The Worst Years of My Life (PG, 92 min) March 15 at 2pm is Moana (PG, 107 min). March 16 at 10:30am is The Secret Life of Pets (PG, 87 min).  Free. 

xStorytime at the Library

Little ones will enjoy storytime in the youth department of the Cedar Falls Public Library. Storytime is 10:30am, Monday-Wednesday and Friday. Monday storytime is for babies, 0-23 months old. Tuesday storytime is for preschoolers, ages 3-5. Wednesday and Friday storytime is for toddlers, ages 2-3. Free.

After School Art Workshop is "The Magic Dice" on Wednesday, March 15, 2017 at the Cedar Falls Public LibraryAfter School Club Art Workshop

Kindergarten-3rd graders will enjoy the March 15 art workshop theme of The Magic Dice at the Cedar Falls Public Library. This is a hands-on workshop and seating is limited to 10 children. Workshop is at 3pm and preregistration is required. Free. 

Stop at the Cedar Falls Public Library over spring break and make a craft and play board games with your childCrafting at the Library

Stop by the youth department of the Cedar Falls Public Library over spring break and make a craft and play board games with your child! Free. 

There's fun in store for the kids at the new Cedar Falls Fire Rescue exhibit at the Cedar Falls Historical SocietyCedar Falls Fire Rescue

Visit the new exhibit, “Cedar Falls Fire Rescue: 150 Years.” Climb the mini firehouse in the Kids Corner, read some cool books, make a craft or two, and complete scavenger hunts as you explore the Victorian Home, and the William Lenoir 0 Scale train layout. The Cedar Falls Historical Society will be open March 14-18, 10am–4pm and Sunday, March 19, 1pm-4pm. Free. 

"Survive the Library: Biohazard Edition" will be March 16, 2017 at the Cedar Falls Public LibrarySurvive the Library

"Survive the Library: Biohazard Edition" is Thursday, March 16, at the Cedar Falls Public Library! Teams of 3-5 have one hour to solve the puzzles and find the cure...before it's too late. Registration required. Registrations have been extended to Friday, March 17! Free. 

Parents, the kids aren’t the only ones who can enjoy Spring Break! Explore the trails, discover your creative side or enjoy a quiet morning with a friend at a local coffee shop. To discover spring break activities taking place in Waterloo, please visit the World’s Greatest Spring Break. There’s a lot going on in the Cedar Valley! 

Need more ideas? Stop by the Cedar Falls Visitor Center at 6510 Hudson Road and visit with staff and pick up a few brochures or contact us at 800-845-1955 (319-268-4266).