March Events for Barrie 2017


13 Mar March Events for Barrie 2017

Moonlight Snowshoe at Horseshoe Resort (Select Days)

Snowshoeing is a great way to workout and enjoy the trails! Using the moonlight and our lanterns, enjoy a moonlight snowshoe through the Copeland Forest. Afterwards, enjoy marshmallows and hot cider.Event Time: 7pm – 9pm (Dec 17, 26, 28; Jan 7, 14, 21, 28; Feb 11, 18, 19, 25; Mar 4 &11)
Option 1: Snowshoe Rental, s’mores, and hot chocolate: $15
Option 2: Snowshoe Rental, s’mores, and hot chocolate & Baileys: $20

Screen One Monthly Film Series

  • Dates: 01 Jan – 31 Dec, 2017
  • Location: Barrie
  • Address: Uptown Theatre – 55 Dunlop Street
  • Website:
  • Phone: 705-481-1004
This popular monthly film series showcases an international line up of cinematic gems. Screenings are on the first Wednesday & Thursday of the month year-round.Show Time: Visit for screening times.
Admission: Adults – $10; Seniors/Students: $8.00

TIFT Presents “Offline”

A woman is compelled to visit a remote West Coast island town in an attempt to piece together the events that led to her fiancée’s tragic death.Some of Canada’s most exciting young talents have collectively created this triumphant musical about memory and the relationships we leave behind.Show Times: Wed – Thurs at 7:30pm; Fri – Sat at 8pm; Sun at 2pm
Admission: Visit or call (705) 792-1949.

March Break Activities

Be entertained all spring break long. Click here for fun indoor and outdoor activities, camps and March Break events.

‘Moon Mouse’ at Georgian Theatre

Join Marvin on the space adventure of a lifetime: a trip to the surface of the moon on his homemade rocket, where he meets a strange cast of misfit creatures, learns of infinite peril and awesome beauty. Part of Theatre for Kids Series presented by The City of Barrie.Show Time: 2:00pm
Admission: Single Ticket – $20.00; Subscription – $65
(Tickets can be purchased online on at the Box Office located at 1 Dunlop Street West)

Barrie’s Spring Garden & Home Show

Just in time to shake off the cold it’s the Barrie’s Spring Garden & Home show at Bradford Greenhouses Garden Gallery in Barrie. With free admission, fantastic prizes and over 100 exhibitors offering advice from home renovation, landscaping, interior design and everything in between. Also a special guest appearance by Frankie Flowers. Please visit for more details.

‘A Perfect Princess Party’ at The Mady Centre

The Mady Centre transforms for A Perfect Princess Party. Join Belle, Cinderella and Ariel as they perform well known songs from classic Princess movies and mingle with everyone in attendance. There will be delectable sweets and treats for everyone. Costumes are encouraged and Princes are most welcome. Limited tickets for $30.00. Tickets are also available at the Mady Centre Box Office, 1 Dunlop St. W. or 705-739-4228.Show Time: 2:00pm
Admission: $30.00

‘Art for Lunch: The Art and Life of Arthur Shilling with William Kingfisher’ at the MacLaren Art Centre

William Kingfisher, an independent curator and artist of the Chippewas of Rama First Nation, will give a curatorial talk on “Arthur Shilling: The Final Works, “followed by a tour of this exhibition on view at the MacLaren Art Centre.

25th Annual Spring Home Show

  • Dates: 25 – 26 Mar, 2017
  • Location: Barrie
  • Address: Barrie Molson Centre, 555 Bayview Drive
  • Website:
  • Phone: 705-734-1728
Exhibitors will include home renovation ideas, new kitchens, fall gardening tips, update your floors, hot bathroom trends, energy efficient windows, home décor, colour consultations and more.Event Time: Saturday: 10am – 5pm; Sunday: 10am – 4pm
Admission: Free

Huronia Symphony Orchestra Presents “Spring Fanfare”

HSO musicians are showcased with Reger’s Viola Suite No. 1 featuring soloist Elizabeth Morris, Dvorak’s 2nd String Quintet, Copland’s Fanfare for the Common Man, Grieg’s Holberg Suite, Haydn’s “Drumroll” Symphony and the acclaimed “Spring” Symphony by Schumann.Show Time: 3:30pm
Admission: Adult – $25; Student – $10; Children – $5

CSRA Snowcross

Snowcross is today’s most popular form of snowmobile racing. With its high-flying aerial displays and compact track design, competitors race around tracks that feature tight turns, banked corners, and a variety of jumps allowing racers to catch “big air” in full view of spectators.Event Time: Friday: 11am-10pm; Saturday: 9am-2pm; Sunday: 8:30am-2pm
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