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Kids n bricks has a brand new home and a new name!

Kids n bricks has a brand new home and a new name! They are now located at 609 Ford Drive, Unit 7, in southeast Oakville, just south of the QEW, and a hop, skip and jump from Hwy 403. They celebrated the Grand Opening of their new home over the weekend of September 9th and […]

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Reflections on the Beginning of Camp at kids n bricks™

By Cathy Pettigrew, M.Ed. Director and Chief Enthusiast at kids n bricks™ Well, camp has begun, with all the nervousness and excitement that you would expect. Campers arrived on the first day, both eager to begin programming (Minecraft mobs, apps and video games), or learning to code in Python, and shy about meeting all the […]

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SPLASH PADS IN MISSISSAUGA

Water FUN for the kids! Mississauga’s Splash Pads, now called spray pads by The City, are a great way to cool off in the heat! Bring your kids to one of Mississauga’s numerous splash pads this summer for wet and refreshing fun! Can you think of a better way to spend free time with the kids on a […]

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SUMMER CAMPS IN MISSISSAUGA

Registration time for 2017 Summer Camps in Mississauga has arrived! Now is an ideal time for parents to start researching and planning summer camps for their children. Registration for most camps opens before the snow melts and we recommend reserving your spots for July and August as soon as possible to ensure you have the […]

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Canada Day at the Living Arts Centre

On Saturday, July 1, 2017, the Living Arts Centre will be hosting Canada Day celebrations from 12-4pm! This fun-filled day will celebrate Canada’s anniversary and highlight First Nations traditions and the diversity that newcomers bring to our communities. It’s the perfect way for the whole family to celebrate Canada Day! Get craftsy and creative with […]

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How Should I Advocate For My Child (with or without special needs)?

The end of the school year is finally here!  Looking back, do you feel satisfied at how things went for your child?  Or do you just want to wipe the slate clean (preferably, with the back-end of a less-than-stellar teacher/school administration team)? When the report cards come at the end of this month, will you […]

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