Cambridge locals are fortunate to have exceptional resources in the Idea Exchange and Cambridge Centre for the Arts that serve over 129,000 residents. All sorts of recurring events, art exhibitions, theatre performances and children’s programs come to life at multiple locations across the city!
Cookies & Kids – DuffleBag’s Peter Pan
Cambridge Centre for the Arts, November 18
This interactive theatre program for children is a great way to spend a Sunday in Cambridge.
The “Nearly World Famous” DuffleBag recreates the story of Peter Pan for children. Visit www.ca.amp.activecommunities.com to register.
Virtual Reality Drop-In
Parents with kids 13 – 19 years of age can drop into Clemens Mill, 50 Saginaw Parkway on most weekdays. Try this immersive gaming experience through this free Idea Exchange program! For more information on drop-in times call 519-740-6294.
Old Post Office Light Shows
On most Thursdays to Saturdays, Cambridge residents are encouraged to come see the Old Post Office Light Show at multiple show times. From November 22 – December 29, Idea Exchange will display a Christmas Show at the Old Post Office. This 10 minute visually stunning show comes to life with the sights and sounds of Christmas.
Therapy Lamps at the Library
The Idea Exchange offers Light Therapy Lamps at all locations except the Old Post Office. These therapeutic lamps are first-line treatments for Seasonal Affective Disorder. Provided by the Waterloo Region Suicide Prevention Council and the Preston Chapter IODE, Therapy Lamps can assist in a wide range of ailments. Visit www.ideaexchange.org for more on Therapy Lamp usage.
Life and learning programs, social service, pop culture and inspiring art and theatre programs are at your fingertips in Cambridge!
Want to find out more about the Cambridge and the Kitchener Waterloo Region? Get in touch! Contact us at www.royallepage.ca/crown or call (519)740-6400.