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Summer Guide @pdacoquitlam


Summer Fun! Camp Registration Begins Monday, June 15, 2020 Summer Programs This year Place des Arts is offering reimagined Summer programming with both online and in-person camps, as well as online music and dance opportunities. From July 6 - August 14, 2020 take part in the arts!

Online Summer Fun! Camps Registration opens on June 15, 2020. Our online camps will be livestreamed through Zoom and taught by our amazing Summer Fun! teachers. This new format includes a variety of visual and performing arts classes providing you flexibility and choice. You will see some familiar classes as well as some new options. Find out more.

In-Person Summer Fun! at PdA Registration opens on June 15, 2020. In addition to our online camps, we will be offering modified, in-person, one-week camps for up to ten (10) campers each week from July 6 to August 14. This boutique-style camp will be offered for full days only for campers aged 6-11 years. Find out more.

Summer Music

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Registration opens on June 22, 2020.

Summer Fun!

During the summer months, many of Place des Arts’ music teachers offer online private lessons and accept new students. Take summer lessons to hone your skills, learn a new instrument or try out a new teacher. Find out more.

3 Registration Information 4 Fees, Withdrawals, Cancellations, Age Policy

Summer Dance Registration opens June 22, 2020. Summer is also a great time to get dancing! This summer, we’re offering private dance lessons and the following dance classes online via Zoom: Adult Ballet: Beginner to Intermediate; Adult Hip Hop; Adult Jazz, Lyrical and Contemporary Dance; Ballet Technique and Conditioning; Ballet for Children; and Summer Technique, Stretch and Strength. Find out more.

Summer 2020 Hours of Operation Monday, June 29 – Sunday, August 16 Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday: 9:00am – 5:00pm; Tuesday: 9:00am – 8:00pm Monday, August 17 – Sunday, September 6 Monday – Friday: 9:00am – 5:00pm Place des Arts is closed weekends and on the following statutory holidays: July 1 Canada Day, August 3 BC Day and September 7 Labour Day.

Onine Summer Fun! Camp 5 Online Summer Fun! Camp Guidelines 6 Requirements and Tips for Online Programs 7 Supply Kits for Online Camps 8 Choosing your Online Camp, Ages 5-12 9 Week 1 Online Camp Grid 10 Week 2 Online Camp Grid 11 Week 3 Online Camp Grid 12 Week 4 Online Camp Grid 13 Week 5 Online Camp Grid 14 Week 6 Online Camp Grid 15 Weeks 1-6, Online Camp Grid, 11-14 years In-Person Summer Fun! at PdA Camp 16 17 18 20

In-Person Summer Fun! Camp Modifications and Safety Measures In-Person Summer Fun! Camp Safety Plan In-Person Behaviour Policy, Special Needs and Health Concerns

Summer Music & Dance 21 Summer Music Lessons 24 Summer Dance Classes


Registration Information

Register Online Online registration for Summer Fun! opens at 7:00am on Monday, June 15, 2020. Prior to registration, please visit the registration site by clicking on the “register now” button at placedesarts.ca to familiarize yourself with the process. Non-refundable online convenience fee for ALL online registrations All online enrolments are subject to a nonrefundable processing fee (calculation based on enrolment cost) charged by Active Network Ltd., our online registration software provider. Place des Arts cannot refund this processing fee for withdrawals or cancellations since it is not refunded to Place des Arts by ActiveNet. What you will need to register online

we have on file for you, please contact us by emailing info@placedesarts.ca in advance of registration day). • Your password (if you can’t remember your online login password or it’s the first time you are logging in, just click on “Forgot my Password” and a temporary password will be emailed to you). • A Visa, MasterCard or American Express card. Are you new to Place des Arts? If you are new to Place des Arts, you must create an account with us before registration begins in order to register online. Accounts may be created by visiting placedesarts.ca, clicking on the “register now” button and then “Create an Account.” If you are having issues with creating an account, please email info@placedesarts.ca.

Register In Person or By Phone Phone registration at 604.664.1636 ext. 0 Phone registration begins at 9:30am on Monday, June 22. If you wish to register by phone, please be advised your call may not be immediately answered. In-person registration at Place des Arts In-person registration is on a first-come, firstserved basis and begins at 9:30am on Monday, June 29, when the Place des Arts facility reopens. Please be advised that we are taking precautions to make our facility as safe as possible to limit the spread of COVID-19. When you arrive, please follow signage and be aware we are working with limited staff.

• The email address we have on your Place des Arts account (if you are unsure what email address

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Fees • Withdrawals • Cancellations • Age Policy

Summer Fun! Fees The total fee for each Summer Fun! camp is located in the camp grids (online camps: pages 9 - 15) (in-person camps: page 16). The fee includes the cost of the class for the entire week, plus any applicable supply fees and a non-refundable registration fee. Please note, week 5 is a four-day week, and camp fees are pro-rated.

Summer Fun! Withdrawals A student may withdraw up to seven (7) days prior to the camp. A refund of the class fee will be granted less the non-refundable registration fee. Refunds will not be granted after the seven (7) day period has passed. Exceptions for medical or compassionate reasons may be considered upon receipt of a written request submitted at least 24 hours prior to the start date of the camp to info@placedesarts.ca. A medical certificate* may be required. Upon 4

approval, a refund of the class fee will be granted, less the registration fee and any applicable supply fees. *Due to COVID-19, registrants attending the in-person Summer Fun! at PdA camp, requesting refunds due to illness will not require a medical certificate.

Summer Fun! Cancellations If one or more camps is cancelled by Place des Arts due to low enrolment or a facility closure, a full or partial refund of the Place des Arts fees will be granted.

Summer Fun! Missed Classes No refunds or make-ups will be granted for camp(s) missed on the initiative of the student/ parent.

Summer Fun! Age Policy Our Summer Fun! camps are programmed based on the developmental abilities of each age group.

By adhering to set age groups, we ensure a quality experience for all students in the class. Online Summer Fun! 5-7 years Child must turn 5 or still be 7 by the Friday of the week that the class is in. We highly recommend children have an older sibling/adult accompanying them during online at home classes to assist with projects and activities. 8-12 years Child must turn 8 or still be 12 by December 31, 2020. 11-14 years Child must turn 11 or still be 14 by the Friday of the week that the class is in. In-person Summer Fun! at PdA For all Summer Fun at PdA camps, child must turn 6 or still be 11 by the Friday of the week that the camp is in. H O M E TO O UR ARTS C O M MUN IT Y


Online Summer Fun! Camp Guidelines

Onine Summer Fun! Camp These week-long, bite-sized camps pack a punch of fun and creativity! Incorporating some of the choice and flexibility of our classic Summer Fun! program, these 90-minute online camps are designed to work with your busy homelife. Livestreamed through Zoom, your child will explore their creativity, meet other kids and, of course, have lots of fun. Each camp for 5-7 and 8-12 years includes a combination of two 40-minute classes in the visual and/or performing arts. Camps for 11-14 years are 90 minutes. Along with the teaching artist who will instruct the class, our online camps are hosted by a Place des Arts staff member who will be your child’s camp counselor for the week! A 10-minute break is included after the first class. During the break, your child’s camp counselor will virtually take your child to the next class. Supply kits are also included in the camp fees when indicated. P L AC E D ES ARTS 20 20 S UM M ER G UI D E

Recommendations for Choosing Your Camp • We recommend choosing one or two camps per week based on the age of your child. • If you are registering for multiple camps and/or multiple weeks, we recommend choosing camps with different classes for variety as projects may be repeated from week to week in each class.

question, by either physically raising your hand or use the “raise hand” feature that is available at the bottom center of your screen. Place des Arts has put together a visual Zoom Guide that demonstrates these actions if you need help.

Online Etiquette To ensure camp is enjoyable for both teachers and students, there are some considerations to keep in mind when participating in an online class: • Mute your microphone if you aren’t talking. This will enhance the audio quality for you and others in the class. • Turn off your video if you need to take a break from the class. • Raise your hand if you want to speak or ask a 5


Requirements and Tips for Online Programs

What to Consider Before Registering Prior to registering for any of our online programs, make sure you have a stable internet connection and your computer, tablet or smartphone has a microphone and camera. Students are encouraged to turn their video on to participate in the class, but it is not required. Please ensure your computer, tablet or smartphone is compatible with Zoom and you have Zoom downloaded prior to the first class. You will need a Zoom account to participate. The link to access the class will be sent to you in advance of the class start date.

Before You Start Your Class Please review the following instructions for the best online experience: Test out Zoom: Call a family member or a friend to see how it works and to try out its features. This is a great way to test your device’s video and audio.

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Lighting: Sit in an area with a lot of light. Face the light source so you are not in shadow.

will be invited into the online classroom from the Zoom Waiting Room.

Location: Find a spot in your home with a good internet connection where you won’t be interrupted. Ask your family members to avoid streaming during the class as it can slow your internet down.

Zoom Waiting Room: To ensure safety and security, all Place des Arts’ online classrooms are password-protected. Once you sign-in you will automatically enter a waiting room. Once we confirm you are a registered student, we will admit you into the online classroom.

Your device: Close other programs on your device and position it in a spot where its easy for your teacher to see you. If you are in a dance, movement or theatre class, the teacher will need to see your actions. Your device should be stationary and not handheld during the classes. Sign-in to Zoom: The link to access the class will be sent to you in advance of the class start date. Be sure to click on the link and sign in at least 5 minutes before the start of your class in case there are issues connecting. Please make sure that your name is listed as the participant name (not parent/ guardian or the device name). This will ensure you

IT Help For help with operation of the application, please view our Zoom Guide. If you need further help with Zoom, we recommend contacting the company directly at the links below to fix any issues. •

Help Centre

Quickstart Guide for Users and Participants

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Supply Kits for Online Camps

Supply Kits

Supply Kit Pick-Up

Supply kits are included in the cost of the camp. Each camp description (which can been viewed by clicking on the camps in the grids on pages 9-16) has details about the tools, materials and other requirements for each class. Most camps include a supply kit with registration.

If the description of your camp indicates there is a supply kit with registration, we will be facilitating contactless pick-up at the front entrance of Place des Arts off Brunette Avenue (near the Spirit Bear) according to the following schedule:

Substitutions, omissions or additions to supply kits cannot be made. One supply kit will be provided per registration. If a camp includes two visual arts classes, requiring duplicate supplies, your supply kit will only contain one of each supply. For example, if both classes require watercolour paint, the kit will only contain one watercolour paint set. Visual arts classes will have a supply kit with all or most of the tools and materials you need to make the projects. The contents of your supply kit will belong to you so you can continue creating after camp! P L AC E D ES ARTS 20 20 S UM M ER G UI D E

• From June 29-July 5 between 1:00-4:30pm Note: Place des Arts will be closed on July 1 for Canada Day • Starting July 6, Monday-Friday between 9:30am-5:00pm and on Tuesdays until 7:00pm Note: Place des Arts will be closed on August 3 for BC Day Please read the following carefully to ensure we keep each other safe and healthy: • You do not need to book a time, please come during the days and times indicated above.

• Parking is available in the aboveground parking lots or the front drop-off area. Note: the underground parkade will not be accessible. • No more than one adult and one student per pick up. • Bring a copy of your receipt (printed or on your mobile device). • You will be greeted by the door and your kit(s) will be retrieved and passed to you. • If you encounter other Summer Fun! families, please wait and ensure there is at least 2-metres between you and the other families. • Please plan accordingly to make sure you have picked up your kit prior to your first day of Online Summer Fun!

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Choosing your Online Camp: Ages 5-7 and 8-12 Age Group

Create Your Schedule! Step One: Choose the week you wish to register for and look at the section that matches the age group for your child. See page 4 for our age policy. Step Two: Choose your preferred camp. Students attend that camp at that time for the whole week. For ages 5-7 and 8-12, camps are comprised of two classes, which are listed below the camp number, code and price. For ages 11-14, the camp is comprised of one 90-minute class. To see the class descriptions, click on the camp to be taken to the registration site. Step Three: Choose one (1) camp or two (2) camps per week. If you are registering for multiple camps and/or multiple weeks, we recommend choosing camps with different classes for variety as projects may be repeated from week to week in each class. Step Four: Register online starting at 7:00am on Monday, June 15. 8

(Possibly)

Week 1 • 5 – 7 Years

Week 1 • 8– 12 Years

Camp 1

Camp 2

Camp 3

Camp 4

#24798 $71.00

#24799 $92.50

#24800 $62.00

#24801 $84.50

10:45 AM – 11:25 PM

Texture Art

Clay and Sculpture

Hip Hop Kidz

Create a Creature

11:35 AM – 12:15 PM

Hip Hop Kidz

Pattern Explorers

Create a Creature

Clay and Sculpture

Camp 5

Camp 6

Camp 7

Camp 8

#24802 $63.00

#24803 $82.50

#24804 $69.50

#24805 $91.50

12:30 – 1:10 PM

Junior Artist

Clay and Sculpture

Street Dance

Art About You

1:20 – 2:00 PM

Street Dance

Junior Artist

Art About You

Clay and Sculpture

Class Time

Camp Classes

Activity (camp) Code, Price

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Week 1: Online Camp July 6–10

(Possibly)

Week 1 • 5 – 7 Years

Week 1 • 8– 12 Years

Camp 1

Camp 2

Camp 3

Camp 4

#24798 $71.00

#24799 $92.50

#24800 $62.00

#24801 $84.50

10:45 AM – 11:25 PM

Texture Art

Clay and Sculpture

Hip Hop Kidz

Create a Creature

11:35 AM – 12:15 PM

Hip Hop Kidz

Pattern Explorers

Create a Creature

Clay and Sculpture

Camp 5

Camp 6

Camp 7

Camp 8

#24802 $63.00

#24803 $85.50

#24804 $69.50

#24805 $91.50

12:30 – 1:10 PM

Junior Artist

Clay and Sculpture

Street Dance

Art About You

1:20 – 2:00 PM

Street Dance

Junior Artist

Art About You

Clay and Sculpture

click on the camps for class descriptions

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Week 2: Online Camp July 13–17

(Possibly)

Week 2 • 5 – 7 Years

Week 2 • 8– 12 Years

Camp 1

Camp 2

Camp 3

Camp 4

#24807 $79.00

#24808 $71.00

#24809 $62.00

#24810 $80.00

9:00 – 9:40 AM

Paint the Sky

Texture Art

Creative Yoga

Create a Creature

9:50 – 10:30 AM

Pattern Explorers

Creative Yoga

Create a Creature

Paint the Sky

Camp 5

Camp 6

Camp 7

Camp 8

#24811 $73.50

#24812 $72.00

#24813 $73.00

#24814 $75.50

10:45 AM – 11:25 PM

Books N’ Art

Express Yourself

Pattern Explorers

Drawing and Painting: The Ocean

11:35 AM – 12:15 PM

Texture Art

Drawing and Painting: The Ocean

Express Yourself

Art Games

click on the camps for class descriptions

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Week 3: Online Camp July 20–24

(Possibly)

Week 3 • 5 – 7 Years

Week 3 • 8– 12 Years

Camp 1

Camp 2

Camp 3

Camp 4

#24816 $94.00

#24817 $72.00

#24818 $60.00

#24819 $76.50

10:45 AM – 11:25 PM

Amazing Animals

Musical Theatre Fun

Manga Art

Clay and Sculpture

11:35 AM – 12:15 PM

Clay and Sculpture

Amazing Animals

Jazz Dance

Creative Writing: Fantasy Stories

Camp 5

Camp 6

Camp 7

Camp 8

#24820 $76.50

#24821 $72.00

#24822 $76.50

#24823 $83.00

12:30 – 1:10 PM

Jazz Dance

Drawing and Painting: The Ocean

Clay and Sculpture

Manga Art

1:20 – 2:00 PM

Clay and Sculpture

Jazz Dance

Creative Writing: Fantasy Stories

Painting Nature

click on the camps for class descriptions

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Week 4: Online Camp July 27–31

(Possibly)

Week 4 • 5 – 7 Years

Week 4 • 8– 12 Years

Camp 1

Camp 2

Camp 3

Camp 4

#24825 $72.00

#24826 $74.00

#24827 $74.00

#24828 $72.00

9:00 – 9:40 AM

Paint the Sky

Map Art

Musical Theatre Glee Club

Dance Sampler

9:50 – 10:30 AM

Musical Theatre Glee Club

Dance Sampler

Map Art

Paint the Sky

Camp 5

Camp 6

Camp 7

Camp 8

#24829 $54.00

#24830 $85.50

#24831 $72.00

#24832 $72.00

10:45 AM – 11:25 PM

Hip Hop and Breakdance

Amazing Animals

Music Appreciation

The Visual Journal

11:35 AM – 12:15 PM

Music Appreciation

The Visual Journal

Amazing Animals

Hip Hop and Breakdance

click on the camps for class descriptions

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Week 5: Online Camp August 4–7

(Possibly)

Week 5 • 5 – 7 Years

Week 5 • 8– 12 Years

Camp 1

Camp 2

Camp 3

Camp 4

#24834 $62.00

#24835 $83.50

#24836 $69.00

#24837 $83.50

10:45 AM – 11:25 PM

Paint the Sky

Art Explorers

Hip Hop Kidz

Clay and Sculpture

11:35 AM – 12:15 PM

Hip Hop Kidz

Clay and Sculpture

Painting Nature

Art Explorers

Camp 5

Camp 6

Camp 7

Camp 8

#24838 $82.50

#24839 $60.50

#24840 $83.00

#24841 $58.50

12:30 – 1:10 PM

Drawing and Painting: Summer Adventures

Hip Hop and Breakdance

Clay Play

Drawing and Painting: Tigers and Kittens

1:20 – 2:00 PM

Clay and Sculpture

Drawing and Painting: Summer Adventures

Drawing and Painting: Tigers and Kittens

Hip Hop and Breakdance

click on the camps for class descriptions

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Week 6: Online Camp Aug 10–14

(Possibly)

Week 6 • 5 – 7 Years

Week 6 • 8– 12 Years

Camp 1

Camp 2

Camp 3

Camp 4

#24843 $83.00

#24844 $72.00

#24845 $76.00

#24846 $83.00

9:00 – 9:40 AM

Musical Theatre Glee Club

Drawing and Painting: The Ocean

Manga Art

Drawing and Painting: Fantastical Creatures

9:50 – 10:30 AM

Drawing and Painting: Fantastical Creatures

Musical Theatre Glee Club

Amazing Animals

Creative Writing: Fantasy Stories

Camp 5

Camp 6

Camp 7

Camp 8

#24847 $77.50

#24848 $80.00

#24849 $68.50

#24850 $72.50

10:45 AM – 11:25 PM

Drawing and Painting: Summer Adventures

The Visual Journal

Creative Writing: Fantasy Stories

Drawing and Painting: Wolves and Puppies

11:35 AM – 12:15 PM

Art Explorers

Drawing and Painting: Summer Adventures

Drawing and Painting: Wolves and Puppies

Manga Art

click on the camps for class descriptions

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Online Summer Fun! Camps for 11-14 years

All Weeks • 11 – 14 Years Week 1 July 6-10

Week 2 July 13-17

Week 4 July 27-31

Week 5 August 4-7

Week 6 August 10-14

Free-Hand Drawing

Pottery and Sculpture

#24815

#24851

$76.00

$86.50

9:00 – 10:30 AM

10:45 AM – 12:15 PM

Week 3 July 20-24

Stitch it Up

Textile Arts

Landscape Painting

Wild Writing

#24806

#24824

#24833

#24842

$64.00

$62.00

$82.00

$44.00

click on the camps for class descriptions

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In-Person Summer Fun! at PdA camp

In-Person Summer Fun! at PdA camp Designed for students aged 6-11, our full-day in-person camps are offered for six weeks from July 6 to August 14, 2020. Each day begins at 9:00am and ends at 3:45pm. Each week contains a combination of classes from one or two disciplines including visual arts, dance and movement and performing arts. Supplies are included. Outdoor excursions may occur during the week and will be supervised and within walking distance of Place des Arts. To accommodate as many families as possible, we will only allow students to register for one week of Summer Fun! at PdA.

Summer Fun! at PdA Camp Week 1 July 6-10

Week 2 July 13-17

Week 3 July 20-24

Week 4 July 27-31

Week 5 August 4-7

Week 6 August 10-14

#24856

#24857

#24858

#24859

#24860

#24861

$233.00

$238.00

$236.00

$228.50

$203.00

$215.00

Visual Arts and Theatre Arts

Visual Arts and Dance and Movement

Visual Arts and Theatre Arts

Visual Arts and Theatre Arts

Visual Arts all day!

Visual Arts and Dance and Movement

Before registering, view our age policy and read pages 17-20 to learn about our Health and Safety Policy for this camp. To register, please click on the Week in the grid.

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In-Person Modifications and Safety Measures

Place des Arts’ In-Person Summer Fun! Camp Safety Plan is in keeping with BC’s Restart Plan: Next Steps to Move BC Through the Pandemic and the BC COVID-19 Go-Forward Management Strategy. Place des Arts has developed a series of policies and protocols for our modified in-person camp to reduce the risks associated with the COVID-19 pandemic.

Overview of Modifications and Safety Measures: • Place des Arts Summer Fun! at PdA Camp will have a maximum of 10 children per week. • Place des Arts will not be providing before or after camp care. • New drop-off and pick-up protocols have been adopted (see page 18). • Children should not bring any unnecessary belongings to camp (e.g., toys, games). P L AC E D ES ARTS 20 20 S UM M ER G UI D E

Belongings should fit in 1 small bag or backpack, labelled with the child’s name.

teachers and supervised by up to 3 staff, including an Education Assistant.

• The camp activities will take place in the Leonore Peyton Salon, outdoors on the Place des Arts grounds and/or at Mackin Park.

• The Executive Director will ensure staff and teachers are self-assessed daily for symptoms of common cold, influenza, COVID-19 or other infectious respiratory disease before entering the facility each day.

• Children will be assigned a marked area or “pod” for visual arts activities that ensures at least a 1-metre radius per child. • We will ensure a 2-metre radius per child during dance and/or theatre arts activities. • Children will be reminded to create a personal space “bubble” and stay within it at all times. • Children will receive tools, materials and equipment that they will use for the week. They will not be sharing any tools, materials or equipment with other children. Tools and equipment will be stored in personalized containers for the week. They will be disinfected and cleaned at the end of the week before being reused. • Children will be taught by our professional art

• Parents/guardians will be required to review and confirm the Summer Fun! Happy Camper Checklist with a Place des Arts staff member each morning at drop off. • Handwashing facilities and hand sanitizer will be provided. Hand-sanitizing and proper handwashing will be taught to children and practiced regularly throughout the day. • The HAPPY hygiene policy (page 18) will be reviewed with the campers every day. • Lunch and snacks will be eaten outside, weather permitting, or indoors inside their “pod.” • Cleaning staff will follow cleaning protocols as outlined by the BC Ministry of Health.

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In-Person Summer Fun! Camp Safety Plan

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) • Campers are not required to wear a mask. Wearing one is a personal choice. • Staff will wear masks and/or gloves during drop-off and pick-up, and when in close contact with children (e.g., administering first aid). • Teachers will wear a face shield when in close contact with children.

Drop-off/Pick-up Procedure Place des Arts will use a “curbside” drop-off between 8:40-9:00am to reduce exposure risks with multiple families arriving around the same time. Detailed instructions will be emailed to parents/guardians prior to the camp. Before your child(ren) enter the Place des Arts facility, parents/guardians will be required to: • Review and confirm the Summer Fun! Happy 18

Camper Checklist with a Place des Arts staff member. Children should not exit the car until everything on the checklist has been confirmed between Place des Arts staff and the parent/ guardian.

departure, during camp transitions, before and after eating and drinking, after using the washroom, after playing outside, after sneezing or coughing or whenever their hands are visibly dirty.

• Once the staff member has confirmed everything on the checklist, your child(ren) will be escorted into the classroom.

• Staff will teach, practice and model good hand hygiene and respiratory etiquette.

• Children will wash their hands upon arrival.

• Hand sanitizer will be visible and available at locations throughout the facility.

Pick-up will take place in person between 3:45-4:00pm at the front entrance of Place des Arts off Brunette Avenue (near the Spirit Bear).

HAPPY Hygiene Policy

Detailed drop-off and pick-up instructions will be emailed to parents/guardians prior to the camp.

H = Hands to yourself and away from your face.

Handwashing and Hygiene

P = Proper handwashing is important.

Children will regularly wash their hands for at least 20 seconds, according to health regulations. This will be facilitated by staff upon arrival and

P = Please use your elbow when you have to sneeze or cough.

Staff will review this policy daily with campers. A = Avoid trouble, stay in your bubble.

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In-Person Summer Fun! Camp Safety Plan Continued

Lunch and Snacks • Place des Arts will not be selling snacks. • The kitchen will be closed, so there will be no access to the microwave, sink or utensils. • Place des Arts is a nut-free zone, please ensure all food and drinks are nut-free. • Children will take home all food packaging, food scraps, utensils, etc. in the same container. • Children will not share food or drinks. • Send food in containers that your child(ren) can open by themselves. If your child(ren) cannot open the container, please use an alternative.

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using a neutral cleaner and a secondary cleaning using an approved disinfectant. • High touch surfaces and areas will be cleaned after use.

Sickness Policy and Procedure: If a Camper Develops Symptoms At Home • Parents/guardians must keep their child(ren) at home and not return to camp. As per provincial health guidelines, the child must self-isolate for a minimum of 10 days from the onset of symptoms AND until symptoms resolve, whichever is longer. Contact 811 or the local public health unit to notify them of a potential case and seek further input. Please review our Withdrawal/Cancellation policy (page 4).

the child needs such pickup. In such circumstances, staff will take the following steps: • Immediately separate the symptomatic camper from others in an isolated but supervised area. • Contact the camper’s parent/guardian to pick them up as soon as possible. • Where possible, maintain a 2-metre distance from the ill camper. If not possible, staff will wear a mask. • Once the camper is picked up, staff will practice diligent hand hygiene.

If a Camper Develops Symptoms at Camp:

• Clean and disinfect the space where the camper was separated and any areas used by them (e.g., classroom, washroom, common areas).

• Parents/guardians must pick-up their child(ren) as soon as possible if they are notified their child is ill. Place des Arts has the right to determine if

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In-Person Behaviour Policy • Special Needs & Health Concerns

Behavioural Policy It is our goal for your child and other children attending Place des Arts’ programs to have the best experience possible in a warm and welcoming environment. This year, our FISH policy (Follow instruction, Include everyone, Show respect, Help each other) will be adapted to Doctor Bonnie Henry’s call to everyone in BC during the pandemic. Our 2020 in-person Summer Fun! at PdA camp Behaviour Policy is The 3 B’s: • Be Kind • Be Calm • Be Safe If any child has difficulty meeting our behaviour expectations, we will execute the following four-step plan:

1. Verbal warning: Our first response will be a verbal intervention to help the child understand the impact their behaviour is having on others. 2. Time out: If the behaviour continues, the child will be removed from the program for a time out. The child’s parent/guardian will be notified of the incident and will be asked to review the behaviour policy with their child. 3. Parent pick up: If the behaviour still continues, the parent/guardian will be contacted and asked to pick their child immediately with the child missing the rest of the day. 4. Student dismissal: A student may be dismissed if their behaviour precludes safe and effective participation in our programs. Dismissal will take effect only after consultation between the parent/guardian, child, program staff and Place des Arts’ Executive Director. No refunds will be granted.

student immediately upon appropriate circumstances.

Special Needs/Health Concerns • Prior to the start of your child(ren)’s camp, please advise Place des Arts staff of any health concerns, including food allergies or special needs, that your child may have. This helps to ensure a successful experience. Please update the Medical Alert section on your child(ren)’s account with any relevant information or email us at summercamp@placedesarts.ca. • Parents/guardians are responsible for administering any medications required by the student. Although our staff members have First Aid training, they cannot administer medication, except for an EpiPen, in the case of an emergency. Please email us at summercamp@ placedesarts.ca if your child has an EpiPen.

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Summer Music Lessons

Registration Opens Monday, June 22, 2020

Summer music lessons withdrawal policy

Members of Place des Arts’ highly qualified music faculty are offering online private lessons during the summer and are accepting new students.

A student may withdraw from summer private lessons with two paid lessons notice given to both Place des Arts and the teacher. Place des Arts will refund lesson fees, less the registration fee, once the two paid lesson notice period has lapsed.

Online lessons will be conducted via Zoom. Please review the Requirements and Tips for Online Programs on page 6 before registering for lessons. Inquiries regarding a particular instructor’s availability and fees may be made by emailing info@placedesarts.ca or by phone. Three ways to register • By emailing at info@placedesarts.ca • By phone at 604.664.1636, starting June 22 at 9:30am • in-person at Place des Arts, starting June 29 Private music lesson fees Fee levels vary by instructor and begin at $25 per 30-minute lesson ($19 per 30-minute lesson with Junior Teachers). Longer lesson times are also available. A registration fee of $8.00 will be applied to summer private lesson registrations. Payment in full is due at the time of registration and is payable by cheque, VISA®, MasterCard®, American Express® or Interac®. No refunds for missed lessons by students. Online Music Teaching Hours

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Monday – Friday: 8:30am – 8:00pm Saturday and Sunday: 9:00am – 5:00pm

Summer Music Teachers Jimmy Baldwin Guitar Jimmy is an extremely versatile modern guitarist. He studied Contemporary Jazz Guitar and earned a Bachelor of Applied Music degree from VCC. An experienced sideman, Jimmy has most recently been working with South African Munkie Ncapayi’s Nine and a Half Band, country singers Sandra Laratta and AJ Woodworth and Canadian jazz guitar great, Stephen Fisk. Meredith Bates Violin Meredith is an award-winning violinist, improvisor and teacher. She has been performing and competing since she was a teenager. She is a founding member of the celebrated ensemble Pugs and Crows and is a passionate music teacher, with certificates in both Orff-Schulwerk and the Suzuki Method.

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Rebecca Blair Harp

Aleksandra Dziobek Cello

Maria Jung Piano

Rebecca’s career as a musician and teacher has been both rich and varied. Her musical studies culminated in 1996 when she graduated with a master’s degree in performance and musicology from the University of Victoria. Rebecca’s approach to playing and teaching draws on her classical background and her passion for Celtic music. Her teaching philosophy focuses on balancing disciplined technique with improvisation and creativity.

Aleksandra received her bachelor’s degree in cello performance from The Academy of Music in Poland. She has over 20 years of teaching experience and many of her students have made great achievements in RCM exams (highest marks in the province) and have received gold and silver medals in various music competitions.

Maria is a graduate of the University of Toronto, where she earned her master’s degree in Piano Performance and Pedagogy, and a bachelor’s degree in Music Education under the tutelage of Lydia Wong and Dr. James Parker. She also recently graduated from the New England Conservatory of Music, where she studied with Dr. Cameron Stowe and John Moriarty in the Collaborative Piano Graduate Diploma program.

Frank Bond Guitar, Electric Guitar, Bass Guitar, Piano Frank has extensive experience as a live performer and has written music for TV, theatre and film. He aims to give his students a well-rounded ability on their instrument, allowing them to enjoy playing in whatever style(s) they choose. Geeta Das Woodwinds and Brass Geeta is a professional musician who has been performing and teaching music in Vancouver and around the world for over 20 years. She studied music at Douglas College, UBC and privately in New York. She is well versed in a variety of musical styles and loves to share her knowledge and passion for music with her students. 22

Kat Gillis Voice Kat studied Opera and Vocal Performance at Mount Allison University in New Brunswick and Jazz Performance at Vancouver Island University. She is excited to use her broad range of education and skills to share her passion for singing with her students at Place des Arts. Isaac Juarez-Flores Piano, Theory, Harmony, Music History Isaac earned a Bachelor of Music from the National University of Mexico and an Artist Piano Diploma from the Superior School of Music of the National Centre of the Arts, Mexico City. He also has his ARCT from the Royal Conservatory of Music and Licentiate Diploma from the British Columbia Conservatory of Music.

Christina Krystecki Piano Christina received a master’s degree in teaching and composition from the Academy of Music in Gdansk, Poland. She teaches a variety of styles, from classical to jazz, constantly searching for new ways to nurture her students’ artistic development. Genevieve MacKay Violin and Viola Genevieve is a regularly performing, working musician and is an avid teacher of the violin and viola. She holds a BA (English Literature) and an MA (Ancient Culture, Religion and Ethnicity) from UBC, where she also performed in the UBC Symphony Orchestra and the Early Music Ensemble. Her teaching philosophy is that music should be fun and everyone can learn. H O M E TO O UR ARTS C O M MUN IT Y


Noel McRobbie Piano

Derek Pang Violin

Aouda Yen Piano and Flute

Noel first gained national attention after receiving top prize at the Eckhardt-Grammatté Piano Competition. He has received prizes at the CBC Début Concert Artist Series, Grand Konzerteum International Piano Competition, Seiler International Piano Competition and the University of Michigan Concerto Competition. Noel has received an Artist Diploma from the Vancouver Academy of Music, a Bachelor of Music from the University of British Columbia, a Master of Music from the New England Conservatory and a Doctorate of Musical Arts in Piano Pedagogy and Performance from the University of Michigan.

Derek attended the Beijing Central Conservatory of Music and earned his Bachelor of Music and Master of Music degrees from the Eastman School of Music. He is a member of the BCRMTA and has been a member of the Hong Kong Chamber Orchestra, the Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra, the Eastman Philharmonic Orchestra and other prestigious ensembles.

Aouda holds a Master of Education degree in Arts Education from Simon Fraser University and a Bachelor of Performing Arts from Capilano University. She is a certified educator of RCM and a member of BC RMTA. Her teaching philosophy is to provide a safe and welcoming environment for students to explore, learn and grow.

Stefan Nazarevich (Junior Music Teacher) Piano Stefan has been both a student and a teacher at Place des Arts, studying piano with Marjory Purdy, for 17 years. He has a BFA in Electroacoustic Music Composition and Performance from SFU’s School for Contemporary Arts studying with Sabrina Schroeder. His goal as a teacher is to pass on the love of music to all his students.

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Sarab Shamoun Piano and Violin Sarab graduated with a Teaching Diploma in Music and earned her Bachelor of Music Education from Al Baath University. Her teaching philosophy is “Believing, Achieving and Serving.” As an educator, she feels that it is important that she is not just setting challenges for herself but to also strive to be a positive role model for her students. Anne Stride Violin, In-person lessons at Place des Arts Anne received her training in music performance from Portland State University and has performed as an extra musician with the Vancouver, Victoria, Prince George, Kamloops and Okanagan Symphonies. She has been a member of the Canada West Chamber Orchestra and Symphony Canadiana.

See full music teacher bios at placedesarts.ca

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Summer Online Dance Classes

Registration Opens Monday, June 22, 2020 Place des Arts hosts exciting online summer dance programs for youth and adults. Summer dance is a great way to spend some time in the summer dancing, learning and having a great time! Please review the Requirements and Tips for Online Programs (page 6) before registering for classes. Three ways to register • Online at placedesarts.ca, starting June 22 at 7:00am • By phone at 604.664.1636, starting June 22 at 9:30am • in-person at Place des Arts, starting June 29 Summer dance withdrawal policy A student may withdraw up to seven (7) days prior to the class or workshop start date. A refund of the class fee will be granted less the non-refundable registration fee. Refunds will not be granted after the seven (7) day period has passed. Exceptions for medical or compassionate reasons may be considered upon receipt of a written request submitted at least 24 hours prior to the start date of the class to info@placedesarts.ca. A medical certificate may be required. Upon approval, a refund of the class fee will be granted, less the registration fee and any applicable supply fees. Summer dance attire

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Visit placedesarts.ca under dance & movement/ dance attire for details about recommended dance attire for specific classes.

Summer dance teachers Lucienne Anczykowski Ballet Lucienne is a certified Ballet teacher (Vaganova/ Russian Method) with professional teaching credentials from the University of Music in Warsaw. She performed with the Maurice Béjart Ballet du XXe Siècle in Belgium. Ashley Binette Ballet for Children; Technique, Stretch and Strength; Adult Jazz Lyrical & Contemporary; Hip Hop Ashley trained with master teachers in tap, hip hop, jazz, musical theatre and ballet and is a professional dance and musical theatre performer for stage, TV and musical productions. She has over 15 years of experience in the performing arts industry. Summer Private Dance Lessons Call 604.664.1636 to inquire about summer private online dance lessons for all ages and skill levels. FEES: Private lesson (solo): $25.50 per half-hour lesson Semi-Private lesson (duo): $16.50 per half -hour lesson Semi-Private lesson (trio): $10.50 per half-hour lesson

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Online: Adult Ballet: Beginner to Intermediate 18+ years

choreography to exercise both mind and body. No experience necessary. Teacher: Ashley Binette

Keep fit during the summer! You’ll work on the fundamentals of ballet. Develop confidence, mental concentration, coordination and grace while having fun and toning your body. Students should have at least 1 year of recent ballet experience. Teacher: Lucienne Anczykowski

24793 • W • Jul 8 - Aug 12 • 6:15 PM - 7:15 PM • $71.00

24865 • TU • Jul 7 - Aug 11 • 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM • $71.00

Online: Adult Hip Hop 18+ years Learn the fundamentals of hip hop dance from the comfort of your own home! Develop your coordination and musicality and discover the many ways you can move your body to music. No experience necessary. Teacher: Ashley Binette 24794 • W • Jul 8 - Aug 12 • 7:15 PM - 8:15 PM • $71.00

Online: Adult Jazz, Lyrical and Contemporary Dance 18+ years Gain knowledge and confidence in jazz, lyrical and contemporary dance styles this summer! Each class begins with a full-body cardio warm-up focusing on building strength, flexibility, coordination and musicality. The second portion of each class will consist of learning a short

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Online: Ballet for Children 12 years and under In this fun ballet class, you’ll work on the fundamentals of ballet, including proper technique and vocabulary. Learn and dance to classical music from well-known ballets like Swan Lake, The Nutcracker and Giselle. This class is suitable for those with 0-2 years of dance experience. Teacher: Ashley Binette 24791 • W • Jul 8 - Aug 12 • 5:15 PM - 6:00 PM • $68.00

Online: Summer Technique, Stretch and Strength 10 years - Adult Stay moving this summer with this jazz and lyrical dance technique and conditioning class. This includes stretching and strengthening exercises, and combines muscular tone and endurance training with musicality, rhythm and coordination. Practice kicks, jump, turns and more. All levels welcome; students will be challenged appropriately at the level of their ability. Teacher: Ashley Binette 24792 • M • Jul 13 - Aug 10 • 5:30 PM - 6:30 PM • $50.00

Online: Ballet Technique and Conditioning 9-12 years, 13 -17 years The focus will be on improving and maintaining ballet technique and performance quality. Classes will include a stretch and strengthen component to combine muscular toning with endurance training. Students should have completed at least one year of ballet. Teacher: Lucienne Anczykowski 9 - 12 years 24863 • TU • Jul 7 - Aug 11 • 5:15 PM - 6:15 PM • $71.00 13 - 17 years 24864 • TU & TH • Jul 14 - Aug 13 • 3:30-5: PM • $130.00

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