Welcome to Kids & Company's Family Resource Centre - Virtual Events!
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Upcoming Virtual Events
On-Demand Virtual Events
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.