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The Gardiner Museum hosts one of many events for your "2013 Spring Break Activities in Toronto".

My article answers "when is Spring Break 2013" and "what are the March Break activities in Toronto for 2013"? At least, I give about seven suggestions so you have some choices; and over a week to plan your spring vacation.

If you've found this page in 2014 or later, you should read the article anyway since many of the venues host annual activities; and it also links to different school board sites if you need to find official academic year calendars. Or check my Squidoo "Lens of Annual Toronto Events" since it should be updated annually for spring

One Writing Tip for March Break

I've noticed a trend that I'm following, at least for the moment.

I've written and published several date-specific articles a week or two before the event.

Last summer I was scrambling to write about a Toronto event a day or two before it was to occur.

My writing tip is to discipline yourself to research your topic, then write and publish so the article appears a bit before the day when people need it.

That gives the search engines enough time to index your article, but not enough to drop it into the "stale and outdated" category.

By the way, I've been amazed that "Celebrate the 2013 Chinese New Year in Toronto on a Budget" is still my most-read article for today, Feb. 27, according my site's CyStats module. The Lunar New Year was Feb. 10, 2013; are people still looking for party ideas over two weeks later?

Anyway, the extra views for Chinese New Year are fine by me; but I was really pleased to post that article a week before Tet.

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