Welcome to Kids & Company's Family Resource Centre - Virtual Events!
To keep your family and friends connected, video chatting with apps such as FaceTime, Google Duo, and WhatsApp can be a wonderful virtual experience. Check out our video chat guide to help children build relationships, communicate and learn from loved ones on the screen.
On-Demand Virtual Events
Tune into American Ballet Theater here for daily classes in ballet movement taught by former ABT dancers.
Join us to sing, dance, and play musical games as ABC Academy of Music hosts a fun, virtual Music Together class for movers and shakers ages 4–8 years old with a parent, caregiver, grandparent, or the whole kit-and-kaboodle!
To get ready for the music-making fun, grab something you can use as a drum (pot, laundry basket, drum), a scarf-like item (scarf, tea-towel, pillow case), some sticks (wooden spoons, chopsticks), and a shaker (actual shaker, or beans or lentils in a plastic container/bottle). Also be sure to clear a good space so you can move, sing, and dance around.
Dancing Into the Unknown with Coach Nora, Elsa, Anna and Olaf
Join Stretch-n-Grow’s Coach Nora as she shares her Frozen 2 choreography and “Dances Into the Unknown” with your children! Dance Stars is a fun, energetic program which turns your children into singing and dancing machines – especially when it involves Frozen music! No specific attire required but Elsa, Anna, Olaf or other Frozen dresses or t-shirts are encouraged to add to the fun ZOOM event! Join us and “Dance Into the Unknown”!
Music Together Babies Class with ABC Music
OMAC Martial Arts – Tiny Tots Class
Salsa Tots Class
Super Soccer Stars Class
Virtual Community Visitor – Dr. Yanez
Dr. Yanez will be discussing how to keep our smiles healthy and bright. She’ll be giving an office tour, discussing the #2 rule, and she’s even invited some surprise guests!
Dance the Alphabet with Dance Educator Connie Dow
Connie Dow, Dance Educator, will present a 30-minute session, Dance the Alphabet, for young children 3-6. She will use movement to explore early literacy concepts. The presentation will begin with a warm up, proceed to large motor skill activities, and then end with a quiet finish. There will be opportunities for children to use their imaginations, dance to music, and respond to fun and playful movement prompts.