For March Break, Sault Ste. Marie’s all-access Pass returns

 Monday, March 13, 2023 

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For kids, a week off from school is a matter of delight however, this signifies that parents will have to keep their little ones occupied for March Break.


Seven organizations based locally together with tourist attraction sites have been banded together to make things seamless for tourists and Saultites who are keen to explore the city this March Break.


It’s headed by the Ermatinger Clergue National Historic Site, Entomica Insectarium, the Sault Public Library, the Canadian Bushplane Heritage Centre, the Sault Museum, Shingwauk Kinoomaage Gamig and the Algoma Art Gallery.


The curator of Ermatinger Clergue, Kathy Fisher, said that 2023 is the second year that they have done the pass, after the pandemic, started to receive people once again.


Fisher said that it worked out in a good way, they had more than 200 families joining in the March break.
This year, they are expecting that once again people can come out and explore them and get reacquainted with what’s in their cultural corridor.


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A family from Monday to Sunday, for just $40 can visit several sites as often as they want .The collaboration will permit the organizations to make the most of their exposure with tourists in the city said Travis Anderson, Sault Ste. Marie tourism director.

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