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WINTER 2019 PROGRAM GUIDE INSPIRED BY HER. A CITY-WIDE CONFERENCE ROOTED IN BUILDING SELF-LOVE AND CONFIDENCE AMONG GIRLS. FOR GIRLS AGED 10-13. DETAILS P11.


ABOUT THE ROUNDHOUSE FOLLOW US @RoundhouseCC /TheRoundhouse /RoundhouseCC

ROUNDHOUSE VISION & MISSION

n September 1996, the Roundhouse Advisory Committee, composed of neighbourhood representatives, heritage supporters, members of the arts community and Park Board staff, undertook a retreat to work through a vision for the Roundhouse. The following is the result of those discussions: The overall mission is to celebrate diversity... of people, values, ideas and activities. This mission is made up of three key elements:

THE ROUNDHOUSE AS PROJECT

All of us who work or play or socialize at the Roundhouse will be active participants in an evolving Roundhouse Community project to find new and creative ways to integrate the arts, community, culture and sports. Arts & Recreation Centre THE ROUNDHOUSE AS OASIS 181 Roundhouse Mews The Roundhouse is located in the centre of one of the largest urban experiments in history, transVancouver, BC V6Z 2W3 forming a few hundred acres of mostly vacant lots into one of North America’s densest and most Tel: 604-713-1800 diverse urban sites. The Roundhouse will be an oasis in the centre of this dynamic mix, enabling Fax: 604-713-1813 people to use their creativity and energy (at whatever level) to rejuvenate themselves and to be info@roundhouse.ca better equipped to face a blizzard of challenges and opportunities around them. www.roundhouse.ca

CONTACT US

OPENING HOURS

Mo-Fr 9am-9:45pm Sa-Su 9am-4:45pm

THE ROUNDHOUSE IS CLOSED ON

THE ROUNDHOUSE AS CONNECTION

The Roundhouse exists to identify and serve the needs of widely divergent communities. To do this the Roundhouse must reach out to the places and situations where those communities feel comfortable. These relationships will grow into Roundhouse programs through sponsorships, partnerships, and our own productions.

DEC 21

Solstice Festival DEC 25-JAN 1

Winter Break FEB 18

Family Day

WHERE WE ARE

The Roundhouse is located at the corner of Davie St & Pacific Blvd • The Yaletown-Roundhouse Canada Line Station is 200 metres from us • Bus routes 6 & C23 stop within steps of the Roundhouse.

GETTING TO THE ROUNDHOUSE

Walking from Granville Street, head east five blocks down Davie • Underground pay parking is availPUBLISHER able (access off Drake). Mo-Fr 7am-6pm $3.50/hr | Sa, Su, & holidays 6-11pm $3.50/hr, $15 max | Roundhouse Community Mo-Su & holidays 6-10pm $5 flat rate. The underground parking closes at 11pm but shows that run Arts and Recreation later than 11pm will have access through the Roundhouse. Society CIRCULATION 8,000 DISTRIBUTION Free throughout downtown Vancouver DESIGNER Hanne Lene Dalgleish COPY EDITOR Natalie Hawryshkewich

THANK YOU TO OUR BUSINESS NEIGHBOURS

Dairy Queen, Fresh Slice, Sciué Italian Bakery Caffé, Salsa and Agave Mexican Grill, Urban Fare, Blink Optometry, Subway, Starbucks, DD Mau, Fresh Bowl, Honjin Sushi

The Roundhouse Community Arts & Recreation Centre is jointly operated by the Vancouver Board of Parks & Recreation and the Roundhouse Community Arts and Recreation Society. For information www.roundhouse.ca 604.713.1800 ext 1


TABLE OF CONTENTS ROUNDHOUSE STAFF

FRONT DESK RECEPTION

Ian McKenzie

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SUPERVISOR OF ARTS & RECREATION SERVICES

Peter Fox

RECREATION FACILITY CLERK

Arlene Herauf

604-713-1804 604-713-1856

ARTS, CULTURE AND ENGAGEMENT COORDINATOR

Marie Lopes

ARTS PROGRAMMERS

DB Boyko Sarah Cavanaugh

604-713-1806

604-713-1807 604-713-1831

RECREATION PROGRAMMERS

Val Ferrar (Building Sup.) 604-713-1805 Jenny Yu 604-713-1810 COMMUNITY YOUTH WORKER

Sally Chan

604-713-1858

OLDER ADULTS/SENIORS WORKER

Diana VanderVeen

604-713-1814

PROGRAM ASSISTANT/BUILDING SUPERVISOR

Percy Nacario

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CHILDRENS’ SCHOOL PROGRAMS COORDINATOR

Silvia Rubino

604-713-1803

INTERIM VOLUNTEER COORDINATOR

Amanda Lye

SPECIAL EVENTS

TBC

604-713-1857 604-713-1864

COMMUNICATIONS COORDINATOR

Hanne Lene Dalgleish

604-713-1872

COMMUNICATIONS ASSISTANT

Natalie Hawryshkewich 604-257-8564 PRODUCTION MANAGER/TECHNICAL DIRECTOR

Matt Oviatt

RENTAL LIAISON

Laura MacKay

604-713-1809 604-713-1811

PRODUCTION ADMINISTRATOR

Maria Rita Castillo

PRODUCTION ASSISTANT

Kayce Honey

604-713-1812 604-713-1808

2017-2018 BOARD OF DIRECTORS

PRESIDENT Andrew Dilts DIRECTORS Simma Bakare, Lynsey Gaudin, Sukhi Ghuman,

Andrea Han, Mark Haney, David Jensen, Julie Kim, Elle Marsh, Adrian Mitescu, James Painter, Sabrina Royer

ABOUT THE ROUNDHOUSE 2 Vision & Mandate, Getting to the Roundhouse, Social Media, Contact Information, Hours of Operation, Closures STAFF & BOARD DIRECTORY 3 ROUNDHOUSE SOCIETY, VOLUNTEERS 4 ARTISTS IN RESIDENCE 5 GALLERIES 7 EVENTS 8-19 COURSES 20-57 PRENATAL 20 POSTNATAL 21 INFANT/PRESCHOOL (0-5) 22-26 CHILDREN (6-12) 27-36 Elsie Roy Elementary School 33-35 YOUTH 36-39 ADULT 39-50 Education 39 Language 40 Art 41 Pottery, Woodworking 42 Music 44 Dance 45 Dance Fitness, Fitness 46 Group Fitness, Yoga, Pilates 47 Martial Arts 48 Sports 49-50 Badminton, Ball Hockey, Basketball 49 Soccer, Volleyball 49 Volleyball, Wheelchair Floorball 50 OLDER ADULT/SENIORS 51-57 REGISTRATION 58 Waitlists, Refunds, Cancellations, Payment ROOMS & RENTALS 59 Room Use, Rent the Roundhouse ONECARD, POLICIES, FEES 60 Membership, Equipment Use, Program Subsidies, Access and Special Needs, Privacy, Lost & Found GYM & DANCE STUDIO SCHEDULE 61-62 COURSE INDEX 63 FREE/NEW COURSES 64

ROUNDHOUSE ADVISORY COUNCIL

CHAIR Elizabeth Snow

Leslie Adams, Ingrid Alderson, Brent Belsher, Robert Dewey, Craig Giles, Adam Hunter, Joslin Kobylka, Sarah Muff, Dr. Setty Pendakur

VANCOUVER PARK BOARD LIAISON

TBC

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ROUNDHOUSE PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE SOCIETY The Roundhouse was buzzing this fall. We added a before-school care program for students of our

neighbouring Elsie Roy Elementary school, and were pleased to welcome new staff members Sally Chan and Jenny Yu joining as our Community Youth Worker and interim Recreation Programmer, respectively. With fall behind us, we look forward to a restful holiday season before gearing up for a full roster of existing new partnerships, programs, and events to come. Winter welcomes the return of our annual festival partnerships. Please join us for inquiring and risk-taking performances: • PuSh International Performing Arts Festival brings powerful programming to the community, such the Race Cards exhibition by UK-based artist Selina Thompson, which will see the Roundhouse Exhibition Hall filled with 1,000 index cards containing race-themed questions. We invite you to join the conversation and answer one (or more) of them. • In February, the Talking Stick Festival welcomes visiting and local Indigenous artists to Coast Salish territory with 12 full days of exhibition and performance, including an all-day Celebration of Powwow Culture. • Vancouver International Dance Festival will present Trust, a new 10 Gates Dancing duet by choreographer/performer Tedd Robinson and composer/performer Charles Quevillon, who use trust as a base point for creative examination. This resonant encounter in the Roundhouse Performance Centre will invite the curious to trust the curious. With these thought-provoking performances in mind, our warmest thanks again to our dedicated team of staff and volunteers for their continued hard work in making these events possible, and to outgoing Directors Aleya Bhaloo, Trevor Brady, Blake Chersinoff, Gillian Crouch, and Steve Jones for their service on the Board. We hope to see each of you soon for what will inevitably prove to be another rich and fulfilling season! Andrew Dilts President, Roundhouse Community Arts and Recreation Society

VOLUNTEER AT THE ROUNDHOUSE Looking for ways to get involved with your community? The Roundhouse is the perfect place for you to give your time and energy in support of exciting programs, Board and committee meetings, performances, and special events. Our 200 volunteers are vital for the success of our programming, and we hope you can be a part of our diverse team.

JOIN US! ARE YOU:

• At least 14 years of age? • Comfortable engaging with diverse groups of people? • Interested in arts and culture? • Able to commit up to 6 months of volunteer service? • Able to work as part of a team? • Looking to be physically, socially, and mentally active? • Ready to have some fun in your community?

Next Volunteer Orientation Thu Jan 3, 6-8pm and Sat Mar 3, 10am-12pm.

WE HOPE TO MEET YOU SOON

If you’re interested in volunteering, we want to hear from you! Visit www.roundhouse.ca/get-involved/how-to-join-our-volunteer-team/ to view the volunteer requirements, learn about the application process, and apply. If you have more questions, call our Volunteer Coordinator, Amanda Lye, at 604-713-1857 or email amanda.lye@vancouver.ca.

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ARTISTS IN RESIDENCE

The Roundhouse Community Dancers perform at the LINK Dance showcase in May, 2018. Photo by Chris Randle.

ARTISTS IN RESIDENCE WHAT IS A ROUNDHOUSE ARTIST IN RESIDENCE?

Participate in a free Artists’ Residency and collaborate with professional artists on projects that build creative community. The Artists in Residence program is an important part of our commitment to community cultural development: promoting diversity, interdisciplinary activity, innovation, collaboration, and involvement. This is your opportunity to create original theatre, dance, music, and visual art with some of Vancouver’s most renowned artists.

DANCE

Join a community dance residency! Roundhouse Dance Artists in Residence Heather Lamoureux and Kelly McInnes will make dance with the Roundhouse Community Dancers and the Roundhouse Ageless Dancers a part of their two-year residency. See pages 46 and 53 respectively.

YOUTH THEATRE

Initiated in 2002, Roundhouse Youth Theatre Action Group (RHYTAG) is an award-winning youth theatre project that engages youth with professional theatre artists in the collaborative creation, development, and performance of new, thought provoking plays for public audiences. We are looking for youth aged 13-18 to assist with set and prop creation. See page 14.

MAKE ART IN OUR PARKS

Visit over 50 artists making art in Vancouver Park Board’s Fieldhouse Studios – transforming former care-takers’ suites in parks or underused facilities across Vancouver into active spaces for community-engaged creative practices. In each cycle, artist collectives, food, greening, and environmental groups are given free access to these spaces in exchange for engaging neighbours, colleagues, and curious visitors in imaginative, collaborative work. These inspiring projects lead communities into deeper conversations about living in the urban environment. Find out more about all 22 Fieldhouse programs across the Vancouver Park Board at www.vancouver.ca/fieldhouse-programs. For information www.roundhouse.ca 604.713.1800 ext 1

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IN TRIBUTE: RALPH MCKNIGHT November 7, 1946 - September 25, 2018

Ralph emceeing the Roundhouse 20th Anniversary Celebration, May 13, 2017. Photo by Peter Classen.

It is with tremendous sorrow that the Roundhouse said goodbye to Ralph McKnight, an invaluable member of our community, who died tragically in a motorcycle accident in late September 2018. As an active contributor to the Roundhouse Society for over twenty years, Ralph leaves an indelible impression with his warm-hearted, loving, and passionate presence. Ralph’s participation with the Roundhouse Society began in 1994, as a member of the Roundhouse Advisory Committee to the Vancouver Park Board. In conjunction with renovations to the building, the Park Board administration assembled the Roundhouse Planning and Advisory Committee—a team of staff, a Park Board Commissioner, and community members—to develop a vision, mission and mandate for the newly formed space. Ralph was a natural fit for the team, given his previous contributions to, and leadership at, the West End Community Centre. In 1997, the Roundhouse Community Arts and Recreation Centre officially launched with an ambitious mandate, with Ralph as a founding Board Director. As President from 1999-2002, Ralph worked tirelessly to ensure the implementation and growth of this unique mandate, and organized inventive events to bring the Board and staff together, including summer picnics, croquet tournaments, and winter Christmas light boat tours through False Creek. After eight years on the Board, supporting special events such as the Roundhouse 10th Anniversary, Ralph joined the Roundhouse Society Advisory Council in 2005 as a lively, generous participant. He continued to work with the Facilities committee, providing valuable background as they began the in-depth process to revitalize the Roundhouse Turntable Plaza, and continued to offer invaluable insight to the committee following the project’s completion. In addition to being an enthusiastic and dedicated champion of the Roundhouse, Ralph was one of the kindest people you could meet. In 2017, he generously emceed the Roundhouse’s 20th Anniversary Celebration, a job that kept him at the microphone over a period of six hours, romping through the history of arts and culture at the Roundhouse while introducing artists and performers who have been with us for the past 20 years. He personally spoke with each of them to work out how to pronounce their names and find out what their connection was to the Roundhouse, even while having prepared text. Ralph was a rudder for the Roundhouse Society—always enthusiastic about new and creative ideas. In speaking with Ralph, it was evident that his enthusiasm and passion extended to a variety of interests involving community and sport. He connected with people in a way that encouraged involvement and energetic discussion. At the Roundhouse, we can find some solace in the knowledge that Ralph’s presence is embedded deep within the Centre, and won’t soon be forgotten. With contributions from Ingrid Alderson, Gerry Thorne, Joslin Kobylka, Elizabeth Snow, Leslie Adams, and Marie Lopes.


GREAT HALL GALLERY The Great Hall Gallery was created to present artwork that encourages and develops artistic expression, to foster a greater appreciation for art in our daily life, and to forge creative dialogue through presentation. The gallery is located in front of the Exhibition Hall and north of the front desk. Exhibitions for the first part of 2019 include: Jan – Feb: The Encounters Exhibit, Frog Hollow Reggio-Inspired Learning Centre, see page 12. Mar – Apr: Cityscapes – Impressions of Our City, PhotoClub Vancouver, see page 16.

GALLERIES

WINDOW The WINDOW Gallery is a Roundhouse exhibition space for artists who explore the links between community and creativity in their work. WINDOW challenges artists to explore the idea of “looking in” with artwork that both connects and questions community and gallery space. The gallery is located in the main entrance off of Pacific Street. Check www.roundhouse.ca for further details on the artists and their work. Artists for the first half of 2019 include: Jan – Feb: s-lhén-ít, Jessica Silvey, cedar bark and salish wool weavings, see page 11. Mar – Apr: Ilze Bebris, installation, see page 16. May – Jun: Katie So, illustration and paper installation.

Woven baskets by Jessica Silvey, in WINDOW Gallery.

Weaving by Jessica Silvey, in WINDOW Gallery.

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EVENTS BETWEEN THINGS (FIELDS) NOV-DEC WENDY OBERLANDER

NOV 1 – DEC 23

Thu Nov 1 – Sat Dec 23 WINDOW Gallery “It takes years to learn to live between, … to get the relationships between things arranged, to make sense of them”. ~ Ursula K. LeGuin, "The Horsies Upstairs," No Time to Spare There are days where all we have are relationships – here at the Roundhouse, outside on the sidewalk, or inside the grocery store. By pulling back the curtain, cutting away, and listening, perhaps there is room to move and see what lies between us. An exhibition space where artists explore the links between community and creativity, WINDOW Gallery is located in Roundhouse main entrance off of Pacific Street.

Between things (fields), detail 2018, mixed media 128”x39”x8”

MigARTion SYMPOSIUM AND EXHIBITION

DEC 18 – 19

INTERNATIONAL MIGRANTS DAY 2018

A Roundhouse partnership with Co.ERASGA & Migrante BC Tue Dec 18 – Wed Dec 19, 9am-5pm Exhibition Tue Dec 18, 5-9pm Community Gathering Exhibition Hall RSVP www.facebook.com/Co.ERASGA INFO www.companyerasgadance.ca This project aims to create critical and creative space where professional artists and Filipino migrants create art together. The artistic partners will carry out various phases of creative exchange for this community gathering including a panel discussion, community conversation, arts presentation, and proclamation for International Migrants Day.

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25TH ANNUAL WINTER SOLSTICE LANTERN FESTIVAL DEC 21 ONE FESTIVAL, MANY NEIGHBOURHOODS

EVENTS DEC

A Roundhouse partnership with the Secret Lantern Society Fri Dec 21, 6-11pm INFO www.secretlantern.org The winter solstice marks the longest, darkest night of the year. This dance of sun and earth has inspired celebrations of the human spirit throughout the ages and our own Winter Solstice Lantern Festival illuminates the night with a multicultural array of lanterns, fire, singing, dancing, music, and storytelling.

VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES

25TH

annual

LABYRINTH OF LIGHT

Fri Dec 21, 6-11pm, Gym TICKETS $8, children under 12 free. REGISTER for timed tickets at www.secretlantern.org Experience a beautiful and meditative walk through an ancient labyrinth lit with more than 600 pure beeswax candles. To assist with the Closing Ritual at 10:30pm please speak with the Labyrinth Box Office in the lobby. All ages.

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solstice

lantern festiv l

Sign up here: www.secretlantern.org/volunteer-form SILVER ANNIVERSARY Dec 4-20, 12-8pm (weekdays), 11am-4pm (weekends): Volunteer to Friday, December 21, 2018 replenish our 16-year old Tree of Life with new branches, lights, and lanterns for our 25th anniversary. Help is also needed on other tasks and all skill levels are appreciated. Dropins welcome! Mezzanine Workshop. Sun Dec 16, 3-4:30pm: (Volunteer Orientation and Labyrinth Training) Meet the team and learn how to become an essential part of the 25th Annual Winter Solstice Lantern Festival. Overview of all tasks, plus specific training for those interested in volunteering in our magical Labyrinth of Light. Room B. Dec 20: Join our team and make the Roundhouse beautiful for the festival. Dec 21: Sign up to help make the magic happen on festival day and night.

Tree of Life.

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EVENTS DEC

GIFT LANTERNS

Lanterns made by Secret Lantern Society artists are available for purchase at the front desk of the Roundhouse throughout December. Support this community event with your purchase and give the gift of light. $15/lantern

LANTERN-MAKING WORKSHOPS – PRE-FESTIVAL

Sign up for a workshop to get ready for Dec 21 and contribute to the glowing constellation of lanterns in your community. Price is per lantern; all basic materials provided. All ages; children must be accompanied by an adult. REGISTER via the Roundhouse front desk: 604-713-1800.

GLOBE LANTERN

Make simple and fun lanterns using a balloon. Mo | Dec 10 | 7-9pm | $15/lantern | 199731 | All ages | Mezzanine Sa | Dec 15 | 10am-12pm | $15/lantern | 199732 | All ages | Mezzanine

NATURE LANTERN

Globe Lantern.

Create a lantern for your home using organic materials (pressed flower petals, twigs, leaves). Materials provided, or bring your own. Can be made in 2-4 hours. Su | Dec 9 | 12-4pm | $25/lantern | 199734 | All ages | Mezzanine Sa | Dec 15 | 1-4pm | $25/lantern | 199735 | All ages | Mezzanine

PIN-PRICK LANTERN

These easy-to-make lanterns are great for smaller children. Su | Dec 9 | 10-11am | $10/lantern | 199736 | All ages | Mezzanine Th | Dec 13 | 6-7pm | $10/lantern | 199737 | All ages | Mezzanine

STAR LANTERN

Bamboo frame lanterns can be made in approximately four hours. Su | Dec 16 | 12-4pm | $25/lantern | 199738 | All ages | Mezzanine

WORKSHOPS ON SOLSTICE NIGHT – DEC 21 NATURE LANTERN

Nature Lantern.

Spend the darkest night with your friends and family, and create your own beautiful nature lantern using organic materials (pressed flower petals, twigs, leaves). Materials provided, or bring your own. Can be made in 2-3 hours. Fr | Dec 21 | 6-10pm | $25/lantern | 199739 | All ages | Mezzanine

PIN-PRICK LANTERN

Make a lantern and join a procession to David Lam Park at 8pm. Pin-prick lanterns can be made in half an hour or less. REGISTER to reserve supplies : 604-713-1800. Fr | Dec 21 | 6-8pm | $10/lantern | 199740 | All ages | Games Room

ORGANIC HEADDRESSES

Create your own beautiful solstice headdress using organic materials such as leaves and evergreens. Drop-in only, while supplies last. Fr | Dec 21 | 6-9pm | Free | Drop-in | All Ages | Exhibition Hall

Pinprick Lantern.

Star Lantern. Photo by Michelle Peters, 2013.

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s-lhén-ít

JAN 5 – FEB 27

JESSICA SILVEY

EVENTS JAN – FEB

Sat Jan 5 – Wed Feb 27 WINDOW Gallery INFO www.authenticindigenous.com/artists/jessica-silvey Cedar bark weaving resonates deeply with Jessica Silvey and connects her to her Great Aunts and Great Grandmothers, who were basket weavers, and to her Grandmother, who showed her how to carry herself as a strong First Nations woman. She shows a mixture of cedar bark baskets and mats, and Salish wool weavings. Silvey is a self-taught weaver of Coast Salish and Portuguese descent, from the Silvey Family of Egmont, BC. Beginning by harvesting and preparing her own materials, the entire process of weaving is her passion. s-lhén-ít is the shishalh language word for ‘woven’. An exhibition space where artists explore links between community and creativity, the WINDOW Gallery is located in Roundhouse main entrance off Pacific Street.

INSPIRED BY HER

JAN 6

A PARTNERSHIP WITH BeaYOUtiful FOUNDATION

Sun Jan 6, 9:30am-4:30pm Exhibition Hall REGISTER Open to girls ages 10-13, https://inspired-by-her-conference.eventbrite.ca INFO inspiredbyherconference.com | facebook.com/inspiredbyherconference Inspired by HER is a city-wide conference rooted in building self-love and confidence among girls. With 4 workshops, the conference addresses issues including body image, positive mental health, media literacy, artistic expression, and learning to redefine beauty standards. Inspired by HER provides a foundation of understanding to girls with diverse life experiences and challenges, emphasizing that each has a purpose. With mentorship as a key component of the conference, each girl is paired with a Soul Sister, a mentor who provides a safe space for reflection and goal setting. Supported by our Diamond Sponsor, Surrey Fire Fighters Charitable Society, as well as Scotia Bank, Ivivva, Roundhouse Community Arts & Recreation Centre, Hype Hair Studio, Feed Me Fit, Allyfotography Media Co, Cinnzeo, Granola Girl, Free To Be Talks, Mint Club Athletics, Dance PL3Y, Vancity Business Babes, Jenzel Velo Photography, 99 Nursery & Florists, and other community contributions.

KIDS’ MOVIE AT THE ROUNDHOUSE

BeaYOUtiful.

JAN 12

SMALLFOOT

A Roundhouse special event Sat Jan 12, 1-3pm Performance Centre TICKETS $2/child | Register at the Roundhouse front desk with code 196627 INFO 604-713-1800 Migo is a friendly Yeti whose world gets turned upside down when he discovers something that he didn't know existed – a human. He faces banishment from his snowy home when the villagers refuse to believe his fantastic tale. Hoping to prove them wrong, Migo embarks on an epic journey to find the mysterious creature that can put him back in good graces with his community. Bring kids (recommended age 6+) to the Performance Centre for a movie with your neighbours! Every paid registrant gets a free bag of delicious, fresh popcorn.

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EVENTS ISKWÊWAK OSIHTÂWAK | THE WOMEN ARE MAKING IT JAN 13 JAN – FEB A DANCE ALLSORTS PERFORMANCE

A Roundhouse partnership with New Performance Works Society Sun Jan 13, 2pm (performance) Sun Jan 13, 3:35pm (free introductory dance workshop | must reserve a seat) Dance Studio TICKETS Pay what you can at the door (suggested $15 adults; $5 children under 12) | For guaranteed seating and workshop registration visit newworks.ca/events INFO www.newworks.ca A mixed program featuring Indigenous dance practices shared by artists Jeanette Kotowich and Jessica McMann, with excerpts from Spirit of Tradition by the Dancers of Damelahamid. The performance are accompanied by a free introductory dance workshop by the artists. Children 12 and under must be accompanied by an adult.

THE ENCOUNTERS EXHIBIT

JAN 15 – FEB 15

A Roundhouse partnership with Frog Hollow Reggio-Inspired Learning Centre Jan 15 – Feb 15 Great Hall Gallery INFO www.reggiolearning.ca | maryam@froghollow.bc.ca The Encounters Exhibit invites the public to experience the complex situations children are capable of manipulating and exploring by displaying the learning process of young children in Greater Vancouver. The exhibit offers a natural encounter between children and adults in which adults “listen” to children’s ideas and offerings in public spaces.

salt.

JAN 24 – 26

BY SELINA THOMPSON

Frog Hollow Preschoo

A partnership with PuSh International Performing Arts Festival Thu Jan 24 – Sat Jan 26, 8pm (artist talkback following show on Fri Jan 25) Performance Centre TICKETS $36 | pushfestival.ca INFO pushfestival.ca | facebook.com/pushfestival salt. is about grief, ancestry, home, forgetting, and where colonial history exists in the everyday. It explores the politics of grief and Selina’s thoughts every time someone asks ‘where are you from?’ and refuses Birmingham, UK, or her mother’s uterus for an answer. It’s about being part of a diaspora. Presenting Partner: British Council

salt. Photo by Bryony Jackson.

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RACE CARDS

EVENTS JAN – FEB

JAN 23 – FEB 2

BY SELINA THOMPSON

A partnership with PuSh International Performing Arts Festival Wed Jan 23 – Sat Feb 2, 12-8pm Exhibition Hall INFO pushfestival.ca | facebook.com/pushfestival Participants are invited to answer one of 1,000 questions about race, written by Selina Thompson and posted in the Exhibition Hall. Examples include #170 What is the long term psychological impact of white supremacy on people of colour? and #220 My mum does not talk about race anymore. It makes her uncomfortable, tired. Will this happen to me? Presenting Partner: British Council Race Cards. Photo by Manuel Vason.

ZVIZDAL [CHERNOBYL - SO FAR SO CLOSE]

JAN 31 – FEB 2

BY BERLIN

A partnership with PuSh International Performing Arts Festival Thu Jan 31, 8pm (artist talkback following show) Fri Feb 1 – Sat Feb 2, 4pm and 8pm TICKETS $36 | pushfestival.ca INFO pushfestival.ca | facebook.com/pushfestival An elderly couple live in Zvizdal, deep within the irradiated Chernobyl exclusion. Alone, isolated, and convinced that they are immune to the radiation they refuse to leave. This deeply affecting documentary-meets-installation inserts live shots of three miniature models of their homestead, while examining the couple’s lives in detail. Coproducers: Het Zuidelijk Toneel (Tilburg, NL), PACT Zollverein (Essen, DE), Dublin Theatre Festival (IE), le CENTQUATRE (Paris, FR), Kunstenfestivaldesarts (Brussels, BE), Brighton Festival (UK), BIT Teatergarasjen-House on Fire (Bergen, NO), Künstlerhaus Mousonturm Frankfurt am Main (DE), Theaterfestival Boulevard (Den Bosch, NL), Onassis Cultural Centre (Athens, GR). In collaboration with: deSingel (Antwerp, BE). With the support of the Flemish Government ZVIZDAL [Chernobyl - so far so close]. Photo by Frederik Buyckx.

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EVENTS ARTS UMBRELLA SUNDAY PERFORMANCE SERIES FEB – MAR A partnership with Arts Umbrella

FEB 3

Sun Feb 3, 3:30pm Performance Centre TICKETS $10 at the door INFO www.artsumbrella.com/dance | dance@artsumbrella.com Arts Umbrella Dance Company performs new and innovative works-in-progress by leading Canadian and International choreographers alongside featured special guest artists.

SONGBIRD NORTH

Arts Umbrella Seniors. Photo by David Cooper.

FEB 5

A Roundhouse partnership with Songwriters Association of Canada Tue Feb 5, 7:30pm Performance Centre TICKETS $18 at the door (discount for SAC members) | Reserve online at bluebirdnorth. bpt.me INFO http://www.songwriters.ca/songbirdnorth | List of featured artists https://www. facebook.com/SongBirdNorthYVR SongBird North, formally known as Bluebird North had been a fixture in Vancouver for over 22 years, and for the last 10 years, at The Roundhouse. It is a bi-monthly showcase that features four exceptional singer/songwriters ranging from renowned veterans to up-and-coming writers, with a variety of styles, on stage together, taking turns playing their own original songs and sharing stories with one another and the audience about their work. The event has toured nationally, and has established itself in several other Canadian cities but Vancouver remains its longest-standing host city. The concert is hosted and produced by Shari Ulrich for the SAC.

RHYTAG

FEB 5 & MAR 21

ROUNDHOUSE YOUTH THEATRE ACTION GROUP DESIGN WORKSHOPS

A Roundhouse residency and partnership with Some Assembly Theatre Company Tue Feb 5 and Thu Mar 21, 7-9pm We are looking for youth age 13-18 to help with our new production’s set and props! If interested, contact Valerie: info@someassembly.ca Since 2002, this award-winning youth theatre project has engaged over 2000 youth with professional theatre artists in the collaborative creation, development, and performances of 29 plays promoting awareness, wellness, prevention, and dialogue about issues facing youth. Some Assembly’s new production will be presented May 1-4, 2019 in the Roundhouse Performance Centre. A collaboration between Youth and Some Assembly with artists: Valerie Methot, Ken Lawson, Jeremy Baxter, Flick Harrison, Anna Talbot, Athena Ivison, and Allen Morrison. Community partners and supporters: Vancouver Coastal Health, Vancouver Board of Parks and Recreation, Ministry of Children and Family Development, City of Vancouver, BC Arts Council, Province of British Columbia, Metro Vancouver, San Diego Foundation, Hamber Foundation, Methotical Productions, Sarah McLachlan School of Music, Scene Ideas Inc. and Vancouver School Board. The Release Party, Youth Theatre.

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CHINESE NEW YEAR LUNCH AND DANCE

FEB 15

Fri Feb 15, 12-2:30pm Exhibition Hall TICKETS $12, Ages 25+ REGISTER at the Roundhouse front desk, 189608 Enjoy Chinese food for lunch and Words of Good Will drawn by Pansy Poon in Chinese calligraphy in celebration of the year of the Pig. Lunch is followed by dancing with a DJ. Please register by Feb 12.

BUGS AND BEYOND

EVENTS FEB

FEB 16

THE NOW SOCIETY ENSEMBLE WITH MIND OF A SNAIL

A Roundhouse partnership with New Orchestra Workshop (NOW) Society Sat Feb 16, 7-10pm TICKETS $20 General, $10 students and artists, children free INFO www.nowsociety.org | now@nowsociety.org Presenting Bugs and Beyond, The NOW Society Ensemble and Mind of a Snail combine perception, sight, sound, and touch to enhance a multidisciplinary event featuring shadow puppetry and sound, improvisation, and composition. Sponsors and partners: Canada Council for the Arts and the City of Vancouver, the British Columbia Arts Council, the Government of British Columbia through Charitable Gaming, the SOCAN and Hamber Foundations, the Ruth and David Team, Gramma Publications, the generous support of an anonymous local donor, the NOW Society volunteers, artists, and Board of Directors. Mind of a Snail. Photo by Lisa Cay Miller.

TRICYLE POETICS

FEB 17

YOUTH POETRY & SPOKEN WORD

A Roundhouse residency WORKSHOP Sun Feb 17, 12-3pm Room C Join Emma Field, Angelica Poversky and Andrew Warner for a workshop to build confidence and improve the skills of young writers and creators. This workshop focuses on the performance and writing of poetry through the spoken word medium with a club representative of Metro Vancouver.

For information www.roundhouse.ca 604.713.1800 ext 1

Tricycle Poetics led by (L to R) Emma Field, Andrew Warner

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EVENTS FAMILY DAY FEB – APR A Roundhouse special event

FEB 18

Mon Feb 18, 11-2pm Gym, Foyer, Dance Studio, Room B, Games Room INFO Registration not required, just drop-in! The Roundhouse is open on Family Day—spend it with us! Tumble and play in our Parent and Tot Gym area, sing along with a live musical performance, or create something fun at one of the arts and crafts stations. We look forward to helping all families spending their day being active and creative together.

THE TALKING STICK FESTIVAL

Arts and crafts at Family Day 2018. Photo by Michael Fournier.

FEB 19 – MAR 3

A Roundhouse partnership with Talking Stick Festival Exhibition Hall, Performance Centre Tue Feb 19 – Sun Mar 3 INFO fullcircle.ca | facebook.com/talkingstickfest | info@fullcircle.ca | 604-683-0497 As Western Canada’s premier Aboriginal performing arts festival, the Talking Stick Festival features extraordinary Indigenous performance and some of the best emerging and established Indigenous artists from Turtle Island. Providing a stage for artists from theatre, storytelling, writing, music, spoken word, and dance, the festival celebrates the traditional performance of many communities and the contemporary art and interdisciplinary work of Indigenous creators.

Battle of the Birds. Photo by Nadya Kwandibens.

METROPOLIS

MAR 1 – APR 29

ILZE BEBRIS

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Fri Mar 1 – Mon Apr 29 WINDOW Gallery INFO www.ilzebebris.com “If the city is a text, how shall we read it?” Joyce Carol Oates Metropolis is a dense poetic installation filling the entire WINDOW Gallery with a 3-dimensional drawing in space, made of hundreds of wooden sticks that suggest the seemingly endless process of building, destroying, and rebuilding. An exhibition space where artists explore links between community and creativity, the WINDOW Gallery is located in Roundhouse main entrance off Pacific Street. For information www.roundhouse.ca 604.713.1800 ext 1


CITYSCAPES – IMPRESSIONS OF OUR CITY MAR 1 – APR 30 A partnership with PhotoClub Vancouver Mar 1 – Apr 30 Great Hall Gallery INFO photoclubvancouver.com | communication@photoclubvancouver.com PhotoClub Vancouver is a group of amateur and professional photographers who meet monthly at the Roundhouse to develop their skills in capturing and editing photos to better convey their individual artistic visions. This exhibit includes some of their best photographs captured in Metro Vancouver, reflecting a variety of perspectives on the region’s environment and people in different photographic genres including architecture, street, and nature photography.

EVENTS MAR-APR

Richard Markus, Pause Café.

BHARATA NATYAM EVENING

MAR 7 – 8

KIRUTHIKA RATHANASWAMI

A Roundhouse partnership with Kiruthika Rathanaswami Dance Thu Mar 7 – Fri Mar 8, 7:30pm Tickets $18 Adults, $15 Students/seniors INFO www.kiruthika.net | https://mandalarts.wordpress.com/ www.facebook.com/Mandala-Arts-Culture-Society-343581342677702/ Kiruthika Rathanaswami is presenting new solo bharata natyam repertoire choreographed by Jai Govinda, Artistic Director of Mandala Arts & Culture Society. With its roots in prayer, bharata natyam is performed in temples by devadasis or servants of god. The name bharata is an acronym: bha, bhava for emotion; ta, tala for rhythm; and ra, raga for melody. Natya means dance or drama, given that in all Indian classical dance forms, a dancer must be an equally proficient actor. Acknowledgments: Edmonton Arts Council, Mandala Arts & Culture Society

Kiruthika Rathanaswami. Photo by Sridar Photography. For information www.roundhouse.ca 604.713.1800 ext 1

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EVENTS KIDS’ MOVIE AT THE ROUNDHOUSE MAR HOTEL TRANSYLVANIA 3

MAR 9

A Roundhouse special event Sat Mar 9, 1-3pm Performance Centre TICKETS $2/child | Register at the Roundhouse front desk with code 196639 INFO 604-713-1800 Join your favourite monster family as they embark on a luxury monster cruise so Drac can take a summer vacation. It’s smooth sailing as the monsters indulge in all of the shipboard fun the cruise has to offer, from monster volleyball to exotic excursions. But this dream vacation turns into a nightmare when Mavis realizes Drac has fallen for the mysterious captain of the ship, who hides a dangerous secret that could destroy all of monsterkind. Bring kids (recommended age 6+) to the Performance Centre for a movie with your neighbours! Every paid registrant gets a free bag of delicious, fresh popcorn.

VANCOUVER INTERNATIONAL DANCE FESTIVAL MAR 13 – 30 A Roundhouse partnership with Vancouver International Dance Festival Wed Mar 13 – Sat Mar 30 Community Stage performances at 7pm, Exhibition Hall Mainstage performances at 8pm, Performance Centre Free Art & Photography Exhibition during Centre hours, Exhibition Hall VIDF Box Office 6-8pm | vidf.ca | 604-662-4966 TICKETS $35 for Adults | $30 for Seniors/Students/Non-profit arts employee | $25 for groups of 10 or more | 2-for-1 tickets on Wednesdays | Community Stage free with $5 VIDF one-time annual membership

LIFE DRAWING

Mar 14-15, Mar 18-22, Mar 25 –29, 12-1pm, Exhibition Hall Weekday life drawing sessions with dancers. Materials supplied; no registration required.

COMMUNITY STAGE PERFORMANCES

Mar 14-16, Mar 20-23, Mar 27-30, 7pm, Exhibition Hall Mar 14-16: Olivia C. Davies (Vancouver) Mar 20-23: Jeanette Kotowich (Vancouver) Mar 27-30: Leslie Telford (Vancouver)

MAINSTAGE PERFORMANCES

8pm, Performance Centre Mar 13-16: Manuel Roque (Montreal) Mar 20-23: Vision Impure (Vancouver) Mar 27-30: 10 Gates Dancing (Ottawa) Sponsors: Department of Canadian Heritage, Canada Council for the Arts, Province of British Columbia, British Columbia Arts Council, City of Vancouver – Cultural Services.

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For information www.roundhouse.ca 604.713.1800 ext 1


EVENTS MAR

EGGS-TACULAR EASTER EGG HUNT

MAR 30

A Roundhouse special event Sat Mar 30 9:30-10:45 am (1-3 yrs) | 11:15am-12:30 pm (1-6 yrs) 1-2:15pm (4-9 yrs) | 2:45-4pm (4-9 yrs) Exhibition Hall TICKETS $6/child INFO 604-713-1800 press 1 Hippity hoppity down to the Roundhouse for our annual Eggs-tacular Easter Egg Hunt. The event includes an egg hunt, face painting, arts and crafts, games, a candy bag and Easter basket to take home, cookie decorating, live bunnies and other animals, and a visit from the Easter Bunny! Caregiver supervision is required for all children. Call to register. Drop-ins are welcome only if space permits. Children under 1 are free and do not need to register. 10 Gates Dancing. Photo by Rod MacIvor. Vancouver International Dance Festival.

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PRENATAL

PRENATAL EDUCATION CHILDBIRTH PREPARATION PRENATAL WORKSHOP (19+)

Learn about pregnancy, labour, and infant care with a strong emphasis on the social impact of havAll Fit4Two® Instructors ing a baby. Topics include optimal fetal position, stages of labour, relaxation, massage, breathing, are Certified Pre & Post- knowledge of birth options, and breastfeeding. The registration fee is per couple. natal Fitness Specialists Su | Jan 13 | 10am-4pm | $116 | 189153 | 19+ | Multimedia Rm and follow the guidelines Su | Feb 3 | 10:30am-4:30pm | $116 | 189154 | 19+ | Rm B of Society of Obstetricians Su | Mar 17 | 10am-4pm | $116 | 189155 | 19+ | Multimedia Rm and Gynecologists of Can- Instructor: Karen Mitchel ada (SOGC). Please note: FIT 4 TWO® PRENATAL CORE WORKSHOP (19+) Because we care about Learn how to work your core safely and effectively through each trimester of pregnancy. A certified you and your baby, a pre and postnatal fitness specialist will lead you through breath work, core exercises, and stretches Par-Med-X for Pregnancy designed to prevent and manage common prenatal discomforts. Suitable and beneficial for women Form must be signed by with abdominal separation. your healthcare provider Su | Feb 3 | 11:15am-12:15pm | $26/family | 189200 | 19+ | Dance St (physician or midwife) Instructor: Fit4Two Van Downtown/False Creek, www.fit4two.ca prior to your participating in class. and is available FITNESS at the Fit4Two® website FIT 4 TWO® PRENATAL FITNESS (19+) $18/DROP-IN or at the Roundhouse Connect with other moms-to-be in your community while reducing prenatal discomforts like front desk. lower back ache, fatigue, and swelling. A certified pre and postnatal fitness specialist will lead you through pregnancy safe cardiovascular exercise, functional strength training, flexibility, and relaxation. A Par-Med-X for Pregnancy Form must be signed by your healthcare provider (physician or midwife) prior to the first class and is available at the Fit4Two website or at the Roundhouse front desk. We | Jan 9-Feb 13 | 7-8pm | $91/6 sess | 189201 | 19+ | Dance St We | Feb 20-Mar 27 | 7-8pm | $91/6 sess | 189202 | 19+ | Dance St Instructor: Fit4Two Van Downtown/False Creek, www.fit4two.ca

FIT4TWO®

YOGA & PILATES PRENATAL PILATES (19+)

$15/DROP-IN

PRENATAL YOGA (19+)

$15/DROP-IN

Feel toned and graceful throughout your pregnancy; improve your posture through core strength, stability, and proper alignment; and learn breathing exercises to prepare you and your baby for labour. Mo | Jan 7-Feb 11 | 6-6:45pm | $72/6 sess | 189328 | 19+ | Rm C Mo | Feb 25-Mar 25 | 6-6:45pm | $60/5 sess | 189329 | 19+ | Rm C Instructor: Diana VanderVeen Learn yoga poses and relaxation techniques to alleviate common discomforts resulting from pregnancy and to prepare for your labour and delivery. Register (in-person or by phone) to attend twice weekly for a 20% discount. No class Jan 29, 31. Tu | Jan 8-Feb 12 | 5:45-7:15pm | $60/5 sess | 189330 | 19+ | Rm C Tu | Feb 19-Mar 26 | 5:45-7:15pm | $72/6 sess | 189333 | 19+ | Rm C Th | Jan 10-Feb 14 | 5:45-7:15pm | $60/5 sess | 189331 | 19+ | Rm C Th | Feb 21-Mar 28 | 5:45-7:15pm | $72/6 sess | 189332 | 19+ | Rm C Instructor: Lori Lucas, www.yogawithlorilucas.com

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POSTNATAL EDUCATION

POSTNATAL

BABY SIGN LANGUAGE (NEWBORN-2)

Using songs and games, learn how to teach your baby basic American Sign Language (ASL) so they can better convey their wants and needs and relieve unnecessary frustration. For parents and newborn to 24-month-old babies. Mo | Feb 25-Mar 25 | 2-2:45pm | $67/5 sess | 189138 | Newborn-2 | Rm B Instructor: Into Yoga, www.intoyoga.ca

FIT 4 TWO® INFANT MASSAGE WORKSHOP (PRE-MOBILE BABIES)

Massaging babies helps them sleep better, relaxes and soothes, aids digestion, contributes to development, encourages bonding, and improves communication. Research further shows the benefits of massage for babies with colic, eczema, special needs, and adoptive families. Mats, oil, and handouts are provided. Fee is per family. Please bring a blanket for your baby. Su | Feb 3 | 12:15-1:15pm | $26/family | 189196 | Pre-mobile babies | Dance St Instructor: Fit4Two Van Downtown/False Creek, www.fit4two.ca

FITNESS FIT 4 TWO® MOM AND BABY FITNESS (19+)

$16/DROP-IN

This baby friendly class gives moms a great workout–including cardio, muscular endurance, postnatal specific core work, and flexibility–while attending to their babies’ needs. Benefit from increased energy, improved posture, less aches and pains, and a stronger core, while connecting with other new moms in your community. Women should be 4+ weeks postpartum (6 weeks for caesareans). All fitness levels are welcome. Pre-mobile babies only please. No class Feb 18. Mo We | Jan 7-Jan 30 | 9:45-10:45am | $106/8 sess | 189197 | 19+ | Dance St Mo We | Feb 4-27 | 9:45-10:45am | $92/7 sess | 189198 | 19+ | Dance St Mo We | Mar 4-27 | 9:45-10:45am | $106/8 sess | 189199 | 19+ | Dance St Instructor: Fit4Two Van Downtown/False Creek, www.fit4two.ca

FIT 4 TWO® TUMMIES 4 MOMMIES & INFANT MASSAGE (19+) $18/DROP-IN

Massaging babies helps them sleep better, relaxes and soothes, aids digestion, contributes to development, encourages bonding, and improves communication. Research further shows the benefits of massage for babies with colic, eczema, special needs, and adoptive families. Mats, oil, and handouts are provided. Fee is per family. Please bring a blanket for your baby. No class Feb 19. Tu | Jan 15-Feb 26 | 10:45am-11:45am | $76/6 sess | 195855 | 19+ | Dance St Instructor: Fit4Two Van Downtown/False Creek, www.fit4two.ca

PRENATAL & POSTNATAL PROGRAMS

Prenatal and Postnatal programs encourage healthy and active living in the months during and after your pregnancy. Please ensure that you consult your family physician before starting any prenatal or postnatal fitness program. If you are unsure if a particular program is suitable for you, please stop by before the beginning of any class and have a quick chat with the instructor. They will recommend some options for you. All instructors have the appropriate training/certifications for providing specialized instruction for their programs.

YOGA BABY AND ME YOGA (19+)

$16/DROP-IN

Strengthen your core and body, and alleviate tension resulting from repetitive and exhausting baby caring positions in a mindful and gentle Hatha yoga class. No experience necessary. Dads, crawlers, and toddlers welcome with approval from Melissa. Th | Jan 10-Mar 14 | 12:30-1:30pm | $120/10 sess | 189136 | 19+ | Rm C Instructor: Melissa Rodrigues, www.melissarodrigues.com

Please note that course prices do not include taxes. Courses, prices, registration information may change without notice. Please contact the Roundhouse to confirm.

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INFANT & EDUCATION PRESCHOOL EARLY MATH MATTERS (3-6)

SOMETIMES GREAT This fun, creative, and goal-oriented course boosts childrens' mental potential from an early age. Using hands-on learning based on Paget and Montessori material, children begin to develop preCLASSES ARE math and language skills. CANCELLED

Don’t wait until the last minute to register... or you may be disappointed to hear that the class was cancelled. Program decisions to run or cancel a program are generally made 3-5 days prior to the start date. Programs are cancelled or postponed if there are not enough registered participants.

Sa | Jan 12-Mar 9 | 1-1:45pm | $100/8 sess | 189172 | 5-6 | Board Rm Sa | Jan 12-Mar 9 | 2-2:45pm | $100/8 sess | 189171 | 4-5 | Board Rm Sa | Jan 12-Mar 9 | 3-3:45pm | $100/8 sess | 189170 | 3-4 | Board Rm Instructor: Branka Bajgoric

MAD SCIENCE FOR PRESCHOOLERS (3-5)

Enjoy engaging demonstrations, perform simple experiments, and discover how science can help you better understand the world around you! Mad Science preschool programs are hands-on learning experiences for children. Each session provides an interactive, age-appropriate exploration of a specific science topic. No class Feb 16. Sa | Jan 12-Mar 16 | 9:30-10:30am | $120/8 sess | 189242 | 3-5 | Mezz Meeting Rm Instructor: Mad Science, www.madscience.org

WINTER NATURE CLUB (3-5)

$12/DROP-IN

Based on Reggio Emilia (Art and Nature) taught by a licensed early childhood educator, children explore the beauty of winter through games, art, songs, and stories. No class Feb 16. Sa | Jan 12-Mar 16 | 10:15-11:30am | $100/9 sess | 189190 | 3-5 | Rm A Instructor: Samira Adab

THE READING TREE (3-5)

Learn the alphabet, vocabulary, and critical-thinking skills through stories, games, songs, and crafts. This early literacy program prepares children for kindergarten. Th | Jan 24-Mar 14 | 10-11am | $80/8 sess | 189365 | 3-5 | Arts & Crafts Rm Th | Jan 24-Mar 14 | 11:15am-12:15pm | $80/8 sess | 189366 | 3-5 | Arts & Crafts Rm Th | Jan 24-Mar 14 | 1-2pm | $80/8 sess | 199438 | 3-5 | Arts & Crafts Rm Instructor: Debbie Leboe

LANGUAGE SPANISH FOR PRESCHOOLERS (3-5)

Children learn the basics of Spanish with games, songs, and crafts. Caregiver participation is optional. No class Feb 18. M | Jan 7-Mar 11 | 11:30am-12:15pm | $85/9 sess | 189344 | 3-5 | Rm C M | Jan 7-Mar 11 | 2:30-3:15pm | $85/9 sess | 189345 | 3-5 | Rm C Instructor: Gloria Alonso

FARSI CLUB (3-6)

$12/DROP-IN (SPACE PERMITTING)

Learn Farsi (Persian) through free play, music, movement, books, and crafts. This course promotes social skills and is taught by a licensed early childhood educator with experience teaching in Iran. No class Feb 10. Su | Jan 13-Mar 17 | 1-2:15pm | $100/9 sess | 189195 | 3-6 | Rm A Instructor: Samira Adab

CREATIVE ARTS MAKE IT MONDAY – FAMILY ART NIGHT DROP-IN (2-8)

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$2/DROP-IN

Caregivers and children are invited to explore art, media, mark making, and more through creative activities that inspire the whole family. Mo | Jan 28 | 5:30-7:30pm | $2/drop-in | 189243 | 2-8 | Foyer Mo | Feb 25 | 5:30-7:30pm | $2/drop-in | 189244 | 2-8 | Foyer Mo | Mar 25 | 6-8pm | $2/ drop-in | 189245 | 2-8 | Foyer Instructor: Amanda Lye Information www.roundhouse.ca 604.713.1800 ext 1

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ART AND MUSIC TOGETHER (1-4)

$12/DROP-IN (SPACE PERMITTING)

Boost creativity, confidence, concentration, and coordination through fingerpainting, abstract art, collage, colouring, stickers, stamping, clay modeling, sing-a-longs, movement, storytelling, and play time. Caregiver participation required. Tu | Jan 8-Mar 12 | 9:30-10:30am | $106/10 sess | 189131 | 1-4 | Arts & Crafts Rm Tu | Jan 8-Mar 12 | 10:45-11:45am | $106/10 sess | 189132 | 1-4 | Arts & Crafts Rm Fr | Jan 11-Mar 15 | 9:30-10:30am | $106/10 sess | 189133 | 1-4 | Arts & Crafts Rm Fr | Jan 11-Mar 15 | 10:45-11:45am | $106/10 sess | 189134 | 1-4 | Arts & Crafts Rm Instructor: Sun Rey Han

ART IS FUN (3-5)

INFANT & PRESCHOOL

$13.50/DROP-IN (SPACE PERMITTING)

Explore origami, clay modeling, stamping, collage, abstract art, mixed media art, finger painting, crafting, and more. Tu | Jan 8-Mar 12 | 1:15-2:15pm | $124/10 sess | 189135 | 3-5 | Arts & Crafts Rm Instructor: Sun Rey Han

FAMILY CLAY TIME (2-5)

Design, sculpt, and paint a new creative object every week with your child. Caregiver participation required. Please bring a smock. Th | Jan 17-Mar 14 | 10:30-11:30am | $122/9 sess | 189192 | 2-5 | Pottery St Instructor: Beverly Ho

Photo by Michael Fournier (Doc Team).

MAGIC FOR LITTLE FINGERS (3-5) $11/DROP-IN (WITH INSTRUCTOR APPROVAL)

Watch acclaimed kid's magicians Jordan and Care perform magic, learn magic tricks for little hands, and make magic crafts. These activities can help with hand-eye coordination and social skills. All props are provided and included in the class fee. No parent participation required. Tu | Jan 22-Mar 12 | 10:30-11:15am | $72/8 sess | 189236 | 3-5 | Multimedia Rm Instructor: Caroline Dyck

MUSIC ORFF MUSIC FOR BABIES AND TODDLERS (1-4)

$10.50/DROP-IN

The Orff method was first developed by German composer and educator Carl Orff. The Orff method stresses musical basics like pitch, rhythms, beat using children's songs and rhymes in exciting and innovative ways and is taught worldwide. Tonia Allen teaches in several community centres and was the Orff dept. head at the Vancouver Academy of Music. We will be singing lots of songs using a great variety of instruments including drums, bells and interesting world percussion. Th | Jan 10-Mar 14 | 9:30-10am | $85/10 sess | 189262 | 1 | Rm C Th | Jan 10-Mar 14 | 10:10-10:40am | $85/10 sess | 189263 | 2-3 | Rm C Th | Jan 10-Mar 14 | 10:50-11:20am | $85/10 sess | 189264 | 1-3 | Rm C Th | Jan 10-Mar 14 | 11:30-12pm | $85/10 sess | 189265 | 2-4 | Rm C Instructor: Tonia Allen

MUSIC TOGETHER (0-5)

Share the joy of music-making and see the benefits of music in your child's life. Children participate at their own level and are nurtured through singing, dancing, listening, watching, and exploring musical instruments. Caregiver participation is required and all family welcome. Reduced tuition rate for siblings. Free for children under 6 months who attend with a sibling. 9:30-10:15am 10:30-11:15am 11:30-12:15pm We Jan 9-Mar 13 189259 189260 189261 Multimedia Rm Th Jan 10- Mar 14 189250 189251 189252 Music Room Fr Jan 11-Mar 15 189253 189254 189255 Multimedia Rm Sa Jan 12-Mar 16 189256 189257 189258 Multimedia Rm Instructor: Tanya, Westside Music Together Courses, prices, registration information may change without notice. Please contact the Roundhouse to confirm.

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INFANT & PRESCHOOL MUSIC LESSONS

Private lessons are 30 minutes in length. There will be no make-up classes for any lessons that the student isn't able to attend. Music refund requests prior to the start of your private lessons must be made no later than the day before the class starts in order to receive a full refund minus the admin fee. After private lessons start there will be no refund. NO REGISTRATION after the second class. Access to the practice room piano is for piano students currently enrolled in piano lessons. The music room piano is available to all patrons.

PIANO WITH LYDIA (4+)

Students learn how to play the piano and appreciate music with one-on-one direction. Preparation for RCM exams provided upon request. Su | Jan 13-Mar 17 | 9am-4pm | $250/10 sess | 189271-285 | 4+ | Practice Rm We | Jan 9-Mar 13 | 2-7:30pm | $250/10 sess | 189286- 297 | 4+ | Practice Rm Fr | Jan 11-Mar 15 | 2-8:30pm | $250/10 sess | 189298- 311 | 4+ | Practice Rm Instructor: Lydia Kay

PIANO WITH SUSIE (4+)

Students learn how to play the piano and appreciate music with one-on-one direction. Preparation for RCM exams provided upon request. Th | Jan 10-Mar 14 | 2-7:30pm | $250/10 sess | 197076-097 | 4+ | Practice Rm Instructor: Susie Skoda

PIANO: MUSICAL EXPRESSIONS (5+)

This creative and intuitive approach to learning music considers student goals and learning styles. Students are encouraged to tap into their creative side and express themselves through improvisation. Students at grade 5+ should book two 30 minute sessions to ensure enough time for each lesson. Books and materials purchased separately and ordered through teachers. No class Feb 16. Sa | Jan 12-Mar 16 | 9:30-3:30pm | $225/9 sess | 189314-326 | 5+ | Practice Rm Instructor: Musical Expressions, www.musicalexpressions.ca

DANCE & MOVEMENT ZUMBINIÂŽ (0-4)

Zumbini combines music, dance, and playing instruments to learn and bond with your child. Includes a plush toy, original songbook, and music to continue the fun at home. Caregiver participation required. Material Fee is non-refundable. Reduced fee for siblings. No class Feb 18. Mo | Jan 7-Mar 4 | 12-12:45pm | $122/8 sess | 189390 | 0-4 | Dance St Instructor: Maira Daiha

MINI HIP HOP (3-5)

Move, groove, and learn the basics of hip-hop dance in this high energy class that will leave you feeling energized, confident, and excited about dance. Beginners welcome. Tu | Jan 8-Mar 12 | 1-1:45pm | $99/10 sess | 189249 | 3-5 | Dance St Instructor: Vancouver Performing Stars, www.performingstars.ca

BRIGHTSTARS PERFORMING ARTS (2-3)

Learn the beginnings of dance, movement, singing, and acting while boosting your imagination and self-confidence. We | Jan 16-Mar 13 | 11:45-12:15pm | $72/9 sess | 189144 | 2-3 | Dance St Instructor: Jordan Thomson

MINI ACROBATIC DANCERS (2-3)

$12.50/DROP-IN

Creative movement, games, and props are used for dancers to achieve balance, coordination, awareness, and strength in this course combining dance principles with rhythmic and classical gymnastics. Performance on last day of class. Bare feet required, Caregiver participation may be required. Th | Jan 10-Mar 14 | 3-3:30pm | $100/10 sess | 189247 | 2-3 | Dance St Instructor: Espirito Santo Mauricio

ACROBATIC DANCE (4-6)

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$12.50/DROP-IN

Creative movement, games, and props are used for dancers to achieve balance, coordination, awareness, and strength in this course combining dance principles with rhythmic and classical gymnastics. Performance on last day of class. Bare feet required, caregiver participation may be required. Th | Jan 10-Mar 14 | 3:30-4:15pm | $115/10 sess | 189121 | 4-6 | Dance St Instructor: Espirito Santo Mauricio Information www.roundhouse.ca 604.713.1800 ext 1

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ANIMAL KINGDOM MOVEMENTS (2-4)

$14/DROP-IN

CREATIVE YOGA PLAY (2-5)

$11/DROP-IN

Jump like a frog, lumber like a gorilla, skitter like a crab, or swim like a whale, dolphin, or seal. A fun, creative, and different way to get kids moving. Fr | Jan 18-Mar 8 | 10-10:45am | $107/8 sess | 189129 | 2-4 | Rm C Instructor: Into Yoga, www.intoyoga.ca

INFANT & PRESCHOOL

Children freely and confidently explore the space around them using yoga, song, dance, art, and drama, developing a foundation to manage stress in a healthy way. Caregiver participation optional. Fr | Jan 18-Mar 15 | 11:15am-12pm | $90/9 sess | 189161 | 2-5 | Rm B Instructor: Diana Beairsto

CREATIVE BALLET (3-5)

$11/DROP-IN (SPACE PERMITTING)

Develop basic movement and ballet skills while considering posture, tempo, shapes, and space, and increase musical sensitivity and awareness through music, stories, rhythms, and games. Attire is discussed in the first class. No class Feb 16. Sa | Jan 12-Mar 16 | 9-9:45am | $86/9 sess | 189157 | 3-4 | Dance St Sa | Jan 12-Mar 16 | 9:50-10:35am | $86/9 sess | 189158 | 3-4 | Dance St Sa | Jan 12-Mar 16 | 10:40-11:25am | $86/9 sess | 189159 | 4-5 | Dance St Instructor: Serena Morphy

JAZZ AND TAP (3-4)

Students move and groove to lively rhythms while learning the basics of tap footwork and jazz technique. Please wear sneakers; no tap shoes required. No class Feb 10. Su | Jan 20-Mar 17 | 9:30 -10:15am | $107/8 sess | 189218 | 3-4 | Rm B Instructor: Into Yoga, www.intoyoga.ca

SPORTS PARENT AND TOT GYM TIME (0-5)

$2.75/DROP-IN OR $21/10-VISIT PASS

Make new friends, tumble on mats, ride on toys, and jump in the bouncy castle in this supervised indoor play environment. Caregiver participation required. No gym Feb 18, 23, Mar 18, 25. Monday Jan 7-Mar 25 1:15-3:15pm

Tuesday Jan 8-Mar 26 9:15-11:45am

Wednesday Jan 9-Mar 27 12:30-2:30pm

Thursday Jan 10-Mar 28 9:15-11:45am

Saturday Jan 5-Mar 30 9:15-11:45am

SPORTBALL INDOOR SOCCER PARENT AND CHILD (2-3)

Learn the fundamental concepts of soccer and basic skills to score with confidence through fun and exciting games. With the guidance and support of Sportball Coaches, parents and children focus on skills including: throw-ins, dribbling, trapping, passing, goal-keeping, and more. Tu | Jan 22-Mar 12 | 1:30-2:15pm | $136/8 sess | 189350 | 2-3 | Gym Instructor: Sportball Vancouver

SPORTBALL INDOOR SOCCER (3-5)

Learn the fundamental concepts of gameplay and basic skills required to bend it like Beckham in a supportive, non-competitive environment. Coaches focus on skills including: throw-ins, dribbling, trapping, and passing through fun and exciting play. Tu | Jan 22-Mar 12 | 2:15-3:15pm | $136/8 sess | 189346 | 3-5 | Gym Instructor: Sportball Vancouver

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INFANT & PRESCHOOL

SPORTBALL JUNIOR (1-2)

Learn fundamental sport skills and participate in games, songs, bubble time, and more. Children are challenged according to their individual skill level while adults learn proven teaching techniques. Children must be walking to participate. Caregiver participation required. No class Feb 10, 17. Su | Jan 13-Mar 10 | 11-11:45am | $123/7 sess | 189352 | 1-2 | Gym Instructor: Sportball Vancouver

SPORTBALL MULTISPORT PARENT AND CHILD (2-3)

Refine motor skills and develop social skills such as following instructions, taking turns, and sharing. Coaches introduce a different sport each class using games and activities. Caregiver participation required. No class Feb 10, 17. Su | Jan 13-Mar 10 | 9:15 -10am | $123/7 sess | 189356 | 2-3 | Gym Th | Jan 24-Mar 14 | 2-2:45pm | $140/8 sess | 189357 | 2-3 | Gym Instructor: Sportball Vancouver

SPORTBALL MULTISPORT (3-5)

Develop basic sport skills such as balance, coordination, stamina, and timing in a fun, non-competitive setting. Each class introduces one sport including: hockey, soccer, football, baseball, basketball, volleyball, golf, and tennis. Su | Jan 13-Mar 10 | 10-11am | $123/7 sess | 189353 | 3-5 | Gym Th | Jan 24-Mar 14 | 1-2pm | $140/8 sess | 189354 | 3-5 | Gym Instructor: Sportball Vancouver

TENNIS: INDOOR (4-5)

Children develop athletic and tennis skills with a 1:4 maximum instructor to child ratio. We | Jan 9-Feb 27 | 3:15-3:45pm | $90/8 sess | 189359 | 4-5 | Gym Instructor: Gayle Dobson

PRESCHOOL CAMPS ART AND MUSIC TOGETHER CAMP (2-4) $13/DROP-IN (SPACE PERMITTING)

Experience mural art projects and more, with time set aside for sing a longs, movement, storytelling, and play time. Caregiver participation required. Mo-Fr | Mar 18-22 | 9:30-10:30am | $55/5 sess | 192289 | 2-4 | Arts & Crafts Rm Mo-Fr | Mar 18-22 | 10:45-11:45am | $55/5 sess | 192291 | 2-4 | Arts & Crafts Rm Instructor: Sun Rey Han

ART IS FUN CAMP (3-5)

$16/DROP-IN (SPACE PERMITTING)

Children explore painting ,origami, clay modeling, stamping, collage, mixed media, finger painting, crafting, and more, with time set aside for sing a longs, storytelling, and play. Participants must be toilet-trained and come with a healthy snack. Mo-Fr | Mar 18-Mar 22 | 12:15-1:15pm | $63/5 sess | 192292 | 3-5 | Arts & Crafts Rm Instructor: Sun Rey Han

CREATIVE KIDS YOGA CAMP (2-3)

Children freely and confidently explore the space around them using yoga, song, dance, art, and drama, developing a foundation to manage stress in a healthy way. Caregiver participation optional. Mo-Fr | Mar 18-Mar 22 | 12:15-1:15pm | $82/5 sess | 197716 | 2-3 | Rm B Instructor: Diana Beairsto

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Registration recreation.vancouver.ca


BIRTHDAY PARTIES

CHILDREN

PAINTING BIRTHDAY PARTY (3-9)

Celebrate your special day with a painting party at the Roundhouse! Painting Birthday Parties include two birthday party leaders, craft instruction, 10x10 canvas (to take home), paint, art supplies, and basic decorations including balloons, streamers, and table cloths. Supplies are kid-friendly and non-toxic. The Roundhouse is not responsible for any damages to clothing or personal belongings and fire safety prohibits compressed gas and containers (no helium balloons). Maximum 14 children. Cancellations required 10 days in advance to avoid charges. Parent participation required. No parties Feb 16, 23 Mar 2. Sa | Jan 5-Mar 16 | 3-4:30pm | $200 | 3-9 | Arts & Crafts Rm Instructor: Birthday Party Leader

BIRTHDAY PARTY (2-8)

Have your birthday party at the Roundhouse! Party packages include fun and energetic leader(s), decorations, balloons, an arts and crafts project, 45 minutes of gym time with a bouncy castle and play equipment, and access to the Engine 374 Pavilion Fire safety prohibits compressed gas and containers (no helium balloons). Maximum 20 children. Cancellations required 10 days in advance to avoid charges. Parent participation required. No parties Feb 10, 16, 17, 23 Apr 20, 21, Mar 2. Sa Su | Jan 5-Mar 17 | 11:30am-1:30pm | $150/small party, $200/large party | 2-8 | Rm C/Gym Instructor: Birthday Party Leader

LANGUAGE SPANISH FOR BEGINNERS (5-10)

Learn the basics of Spanish through games, songs, and crafts. Caregiver participation optional. No class Feb 18 Mo | Jan 7-Mar 11 | 3:30-4:30pm | $102/9 sess | 189342 | 5-10 | Rm C Instructor: Gloria Alonso

SPANISH FOR INTERMEDIATE (5-10)

For those with a basic command of Spanish, improve skills through songs, games, and crafts. New students welcome. No class Feb 18. Mo | Jan 7-Mar 11 | 4:35-5:35pm | $102/10 sess | 189343 | 5-10 | Rm C Instructor: Gloria Alonso

EDUCATION BRICKS 4 KIDZ: AIR, LAND & SEA (5-10)

$19.50/DROP-IN

Build exciting ways to get from here to there through air, land, and sea. Whether you’re a highspeed thrill-seeker or just curious about how things work, this class offers something for everyone. No class Jan 25, Feb 15. Fr | Jan 18-Mar 8 | 3:45-4:45 pm | $90/6 sess | 189143 | 5-10 | Multimedia Rm Instructor: Bricks 4 Kidz Vancouver

LEARNING WITH MAGIC (5-12)

$22/DROP-IN

Perform magic tricks, illusions, and basic sleight of hand, and amaze family and friends with your new performance and storytelling skills. All props are provided and included in the class fee. Tu | Jan 22-Mar 12 | 3:30-5pm | $144/8 sess | 189235 | 5-12 | Rm B Instructor: Care and Jordan Courses, prices, registration information may change without notice. Please contact the Roundhouse to confirm.

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DISCOVER ELECTRONICS: ADVANCED (STEM) (8-12)

CHILDREN

Enhance your STEM education with projects that build on the Intro to Electronics course, such as drawing circuit diagrams and building more complex circuits. Solderless breadboards and arduino controllers are used; there is no soldering in this class. Prerequisites include the Intro to Electronics course or previous experience wiring circuits and using breadboards, to be verified by the instructor. Students with complete kits from the intro course will use those along with additional course materials, as provided. Students without kits will need to purchase one. Tu | Jan 22-Mar 12 | 3:30-4pm | $108/8 sess | 196991 | 8-12 | Rm B Instructor: Care and Jordan

MAD SCIENCE FOR KIDS (6-11)

Engage in exciting hands-on activities, watch spectacular demonstrations, and take home items related to course content. No class Feb 16. Sa | Jan 12-Mar 9 | 11-12pm | $120/8 sess | 189241 | 6-11 | Mezz Meeting Rm Instructor: Mad Science

RED CROSS BABYSITTING (11-15)

Red Cross Babysitting.

So, you want to be a babysitter? Babysitting with First Aid Hero emphasizes learning through real life scenarios. Bring a small blanket/medium towel, medium sized stuffed animal/baby doll, yoga mat, lunch, snacks, and plenty of water. Su | Feb 3 | 9am-4pm | $67/1 sess | 189339 | 11-15 | Multimedia Rm Su | Mar 24 | 9am-4pm | $67/1 sess | 192213 | 11-15 | Multimedia Rm Instructor: First Aid Hero, www.firstaidhero.com

RED CROSS STAYSAFE! (9-13)

Learn first aid through active role-play in an interactive and fun environment. Bring a small blanket/ medium towel, medium sized stuffed animal/baby doll, yoga mat, lunch, snacks, and plenty of water. Su | Jan 6 | 10:30am-4:30pm | $67/1 sess | 189340 | 9-13 | Multimedia Rm Su | Feb 24 | 10:30am-4:30pm | $67/1 sess | 192211 | 9-13 | Multimedia Rm Instructor: First Aid Hero, www.firstaidhero.com

CREATIVE ART CARTOONING AND ANIMATION (7-12)

Learn Disney's way of drawing cartoons to create a short animation with sound, music, voice-over, and special effects, with time for fun and games. Projects are posted online and loaded onto a USB. We | Jan 16-Mar 13 | 4:30-6:30pm | $146/9 sess | 189152 | 7-12 | Rm C Instructor: AVC Communications

ARCHITECTURE FOR KIDS (6-10)

Learn about architecture and design through fun hands-on workshops with a professional architect. Discover famous architects and buildings, play with materials, learn about 2D and 3D space, and become aware of your environment. We | Jan 16-Mar 13 | 4-5pm | $155/9 sess | 189239 | 6-10 | Rm A Instructor: Maia Tarassoff, www.petitarchitect.com

KIDS POTTERY (9-13)

Learn hand building, sculpting, and wheel throwing in a fun and relaxed setting to make dishes, figures, miniatures, and more. Projects are inspired by contemporary art and historical ceramics. Please bring a smock. Fr | Jan 25-Mar 15 | 3:30-5:30pm | $136/8 sess | 189327 | 9-13 | Pottery St Instructor: Kate Metten

Throwing on the wheel. Please note that course prices do not include taxes.

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Registration recreation.vancouver.ca


MUSIC

CHILDREN

VIOLIN WITH HANNAH (6+)

Learn music theory and sight-reading in accordance with your experience. Hannah is an expert at teaching beginner and intermediate students to enhance their foundation techniques, which is crucial in moving to the next level of playing the violin. No class Feb 18. Mo | Jan 14-Mar 11 | 3:30-5:30pm | $200/8 sess | 192217-217 | 6+ | Board Rm Instructor: Hyunah Kim

VOICEWITH ASHEIDA (7+)

Sing and learn fun exercises to feel more ease, connection, and balance with your voice. Instructor permission required for younger students and multiple bookings for one child who is new to the course. No class Jan 29, Feb 26. Tu | Jan 8-Mar 12 | 1-1:30pm | $256/16 sess | 189374 | 7+ | Practice Rm Tu | Jan 8-Mar 12 | 1:30-7:30pm | $256/16 sess | 189375-85 | 7+ | Music Rm Instructor: Asheida Arruda, www.integratedartist.ca

PIANO WITH LYDIA (4+)

Students learn how to play the piano and appreciate music with one-on-one direction. Preparation for RCM exams provided upon request. Each session is 30 min long. No make-up for missed classes. We | Jan 9-Mar 13 | 2-7:30pm | $250/10 sess | 189286- 297 | 4+ | Practice Rm Fr | Jan 11-Mar 15 | 2-8:30pm | $250/10 sess | 189298- 311 | 4+ | Practice Rm Su | Jan 13-Mar 17 | 9-4pm | $250/10 sess | 189271-285 | 4+ | Practice Rm Instructor: Lydia Kay

PIANO WITH SUSIE (4+)

Students learn how to play the piano and appreciate music with one-on-one direction. Preparation for RCM exams provided upon request. Each session is 30 min long. No make-up for missed classes. Th | Jan 10-Mar 14 | 2-7:30pm | $250/10 sess | 197076-097 | 4+ | Practice Rm Instructor: Susie Skoda

MUSIC LESSONS

Private lessons are 30 minutes in length. There will be no make-up classes for any lessons that the student isn't able to attend. Music refund requests prior to the start of your private lessons must be made no later than the day before the class starts in order to receive a full refund minus the admin fee. After private lessons start there will be no refund. NO REGISTRATION after the second class. Access to the practice room piano is for piano students currently enrolled in piano lessons. The music room piano is available to all patrons.

PIANO: MUSICAL EXPRESSIONS (5+)

This creative and intuitive approach to learning music considers student goals and learning styles. Students are encouraged to tap into their creative side and express themselves through improvisation. Students at grade 5+ should book two 30 minute sessions to ensure enough time for each lesson. Books and materials purchased separately and ordered through teachers. No class Feb 16. Sa | Jan 12-Mar 16 | 9:30am-3:30pm | $225/9 sess | 189314-326 | 5+ | Practice Rm Instructor: Musical Expressions, www.musicalexpressions.ca

GUITAR WITH JUSTIN (7+)

Play your favourite songs and learn new pop, rock, and classical music. Lessons encourage musical and personal growth, with an emphasis on ensuring a positive and exciting learning experience. Students must bring their own instrument to class. No make-up for missed classes. No class Feb 1, 8 Fr | Jan 11-Mar 29 | 1-6:30pm | $225/9 sess | 189203 -214 | 7+ | Board Rm Instructor: Justin Gorrie

DANCE & FITNESS ACROBATIC YOGA (6-10)

$13.50/DROP-IN

Incorporating a dynamic yoga flow with attention to breath and alignment, this class focuses on moving postures, handstands, cartwheels, backstands, and balance techniques, providing children with strength, flexibility, serenity, and the ability to focus. Th | Jan 10-Mar 14 | 4:15-5pm | $115/10 sess | 189123 | 6-10 | Dance St Instructor: Espirito Santo Mauricio Please note that course prices do not include taxes. Courses, prices, registration information may change without notice. Please contact the Roundhouse to confirm.

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CREATIVE BALLET (5-8)

$12/DROP-IN (SPACE PERMITTING)

FAMILY YOGA (6+)

$14/DROP-IN

Develop basic movement and ballet skills while considering posture, tempo, shapes, and space, and increase musical sensitivity and awareness through music, stories, rhythms, and games. Attire will be discussed in the first class. No class Feb 16. Sa | Jan 12-Mar 16 | 11:30am-12:30pm | $86/9 sess | 189160 | 5-8 | Dance St Instructor: Serena Morphy Use your imagination and sense of adventure in a fun and playful family yoga class, where families connect and explore through group and partner poses to become more centered and calm, while increasing strength and flexibility. This special environment improves communication and bonding with children. Fee for one parent and child. Additional family members $52. No class Feb 10. Su | Jan 20-Mar 17 | 9:30-10:30am | $104/8 sess | 189194 | 6+ | Rm C Instructor: Into Yoga

SPORTS RAINCITY BASKETBALL SKILLS SESSIONS (6-13)

$12/DROP-IN

Learn teamwork and the fundamentals of basketball including dribbling, shooting, defense, proper nutrition, and sportsmanship. No class Feb 18. Mo | Jan 7-Mar 11 | 3:30-4:30pm | $90/9 sess | 189337 | 6-8 | Gym Mo | Jan 7-Mar 11 | 4:30-5:30pm | $90/9 sess | 189338 | 9-13 | Gym Instructor: Raincity Basketball Club

SOLE GIRLS (7-13)

Sole Girls combines empowering games, powerful discussion, and mentorship to build confidence, mentally and physically preparing participants for a 5km run at the end of the season. Learn how to be responsible and healthy in a safe and interactive environment. Activities include yoga, scavenger hunts, dancing, and more. Participants required to complete mandatory waiver (www.solegirls. org/sole-girls-waiver-liability). Fr | Jan 11-Mar 8 | 3:45 -5:15pm | $220/9 sess | 189341 | 7-13 | Rm C Instructor: Sole Girls Raincity Basketball Club.

SPORTBALL INDOOR SOCCER (6-9)

Learn the fundamental concepts of gameplay and the basic skills required to bend it like Beckham in a supportive, non-competitive environment. Coaches focus on skills including throw-ins, dribbling, trapping, and passing through fun, exciting, and skill-focused play. Tu | Jan 22-Mar 12 | 3:30-4:30 pm | $136/8 sess | 189348 | 6-9 | Gym Instructor: Sportball Vancouver

TENNIS: INDOORS (6-8)

Learn basic tennis skills through drills and game simulations. We | Jan 9-Feb 27 | 3:45-4:45pm | $124/8 sess | 189363 | 6-8 | Gym

TENNIS: INDOOR (9-13)

We | Jan 9-Feb 27 | 4:45-5:45pm | $124/8 sess | 189361 | 9-13 | Gym Instructor: Gayle Dobson

VOLLEYBALL: TRAIN & PLAY (10-12)

Learn proper technique in passing, setting, hitting and blocking while understanding the rules of the game in a positive environment. Instruction, practice and game situations will be covered. This program will help players on their school team and is an introduction to club volleyball. Tu | Jan 8-Mar 12 | 4:40-5:50pm | $150/10 sess | 198601 | 10-12 | Gym Instructor: Apex Volleyball Club

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MARTIAL ARTS CAPOEIRA (6-13)

$12/DROP-IN (SPACE PERMITTING)

CHILDREN

Improve your flexibility, condition your body, and discipline your mind through this fun and eclectic sport. Known as the secret dance of Brazil, capoeira is a display of self-defense performed with music and is an excellent workout for all ages. Wear loose fitting exercise clothing. Tu | Jan 15-Mar 19 | 4-4:45pm | $100/10 sess | 189146 | 6-8 | Dance St Tu | Jan 15-Mar 19 | 5-6pm | $100/10 sess | 189147 | 9-13 | Dance St

CAPOEIRA FREE TRIAL CLASS (6-13)

Tu | Jan 8 | 4:15-4:45pm | Free | 189150 | 6-8 | Dance St Tu | Jan 8 | 5-5:30pm | Free | 189151 | 9-13 | Dance St Instructor: Julio Monteiro

KARATE (4-18)

Learn discipline, gain confidence, increase flexibility, develop cooperation, and have fun. For beginners and children new to Karate. Additional fees required for Karate BC membership, purchase of a uniform, and testing for belts. Program fees due on the first class of each month. 10% discount available for participants registering for three consecutive months at once within a season. No class Feb 18.

KARATE FUN (4-7)

$11/DROP-IN

KARATE JUNIOR (8-10)

$11/DROP-IN

KARATE SENIOR (11-18)

$11/DROP-IN

KARATE GREEN BELT AND ABOVE (11-18)

$13/DROP-IN

Mo Fr | Jan 7-28 | 3:30-4:30pm | $60/7 sess | 189219 | 4-7 | Rm B . Mo Fr | Feb 1-25 | 3:30-4:30pm | $60/7 sess | 189220 | 4-7 | Rm B Mo Fr | Mar 1-22 | 3:30-4:30pm | $60/7 sess | 189221 | 4-7 | Rm B Instructor: Hamid Tarighatbin Mo Fr | Jan 7-25 | 4:30-5:30pm | $60/7 sess | 189227 | 8-10 | Rm B Mo Fr | Feb 1-25 | 4:30-5:30pm | $60/7 sess | 189228 | 8-10 | Rm B Mo Fr | Mar 1-22 | 4:30-5:30pm | $60/7 sess | 189229 | 8-10 | Rm B Instructor: Hamid Tarighatbin Mo Fr | Jan 7-28 | 5:30 -6:30pm | $70/7 sess | 189231 | 11-18 | Rm B Mo Fr | Feb 1-25 | 5:30 -6:30pm | $70/7 sess | 189232 | 11-18 | Rm B Mo Fr | Mar 1-22 | 5:30 -6:30pm | $70/7 sess | 189233 | 11-18 | Rm B Instructor: Hamid Tarighatbin Mo Fr | Jan 7-28 | 6:30-8pm | $78/7 sess | 189223 | 11-18 | Rm B Mo Fr | Feb 1-25 | 6:30-8pm | $78/7 sess | 189224 | 11-18 | Rm B Mo Fr | Mar 1-22 | 6:30-8pm | $78/7 sess | 189225 | 11-18 | Rm B Instructor: Hamid Tarighatbin

Karate in Room B.

PHYSICAL RECREATION SEE PAGE 38 FOR FULL DETAILS INTRO TO SKATEBOARDING – BEGINNERS (7-12)

Learn the fundamental skills to go from never having ridden a skateboard to safely rolling around.

ROUNDHOUSE RUNNERS – YOUTH RUNNING CLUB (9-18)

Learn about goal setting, patience, perseverance, courage, motivation, and team-work in preparation for the Vancouver 10km Sun Run on April 14, 2019.

Please note that course prices do not include taxes. Courses, prices, registration information may change without notice. Please contact the Roundhouse to confirm.

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CHILDREN

SPRING BREAK SPECIALITY CAMPS WEEK 1 (MAR 18-22) BRICKS 4 KIDZ LEGO REMOTE CONTROL MANIA (5-10)

Watch creations come alive with LEGOÂŽ wireless remote controls! Master builders cruise in car models, zip down gondolas, and take on various challenges, and take home a custom-made minifigure. Mo-Fr | Mar 18-22 | 9:30am-12:30pm | $180/5 sess | 191653 | 5-10 | Multimedia Rm Instructor: Bricks 4 Kidz Vancouver

CATCH A FAMOUS ARTIST CAMP (5-10) $19/DROP-IN (SPACE PERMITTING)

Gain new art skills while playing with materials through origami, clay modeling, stamping, collage, finger painting, crafting, and more. Bring a nut-free snack and drink. Mo-Fr | Mar 18-Mar 22 | 1:30-3pm | $95/5 sess | 192977 | 5-10 | Arts & Crafts Rm Instructor: Sun Rey Han

KIDS ARCHITECTURE CAMP (6-8)

Learn about architecture and design through fun, hands-on workshops with a professional architect. Discover famous architects and buildings, play with materials, learn about 2D and 3D space, and become aware of your environment. Mo-Fr | Mar 18-22 | 9:30am-12pm | $200/5 sess | 193300 | 6-8 | Rm C Instructor: Maia Tarassoff

SECRET AGENT LAB CAMP (6-11)

Discover detection and use decoding skills to analyze evidence and solve mysteries, while having fun with case-breaking science. Mo-Fr | Mar 18-22 | 9am-3pm | $295/5 sess | 193302 | 6-11 | Mezz Meeting Rm Instructor: Mad Science

SING YOUR SONG CAMP (7-11)

A fun, dynamic class with a smooth blend of group instruction and individual support in songwriting and voice. Knowledge of piano/other instrument basics required. Mo-Fr | Mar 18- 22 | 9:30am-3pm | $275/10 sess | 193466 | 7-11 | Music Rm Instructor: Asheida Arruda, integratedartist.ca

ATOMIC VOLLEYBALL SPRING BREAK CAMP (9-12)

Atomic Volleyball is designed to introduce and establish the fundamental skills of volleyball while maintaining a fun and inclusive environment. Participants will not only work on volleyball skills, but will be able to develop their fundamental movement skills that will benefit their athletic experience in the long-term. Learn tips on proper warm up, technique, and game play from an experienced coach, and end each session with a friendly scrimmage Please bring your own ball if you have one. Mo-Fr | Mar 18-22 | 4:15-5:45pm | $96/5 sess | 20004 | 9-12 | Gym Instructor: Volleyball BC

WEEK 2 (MAR 25-29) INTRO TO MUSIC PRODUCTION – BYTE CAMP (9-14)

Master the basics of digital music production and audio-engineering through hip-hop, dance, glitch, and jazz. Participants learn how to program music making software, and compose beats, baselines, chords, and melodies, building an interactive music application to take home. No coding experience required; must be able to type. Mo-Fr | Mar 25-29 | 9:30am-3:30pm | $266/5 sess | 198586 | 9-14 | Mar 25, 26, 27 in Rm A, Mar 28, 29 in Rm B Instructor: Marc St Pierre

LEARNING WITH MAGIC CAMP (6-12)

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Perform magic tricks, illusions, and basic sleight of hand, and amaze family and friends with your new performance and storytelling skills. All props are provided and included in the class fee. Mo-Fr | Mar 25-29 | 9-12pm | $195/5 sess | 199432 | 6-12 | Rm C Instructor: Care and Jordan Information www.roundhouse.ca 604.713.1800 ext 1

Registration recreation.vancouver.ca


BRICKS 4 KIDZ WATER WORLD (5-10)

Discover the aquatic world and take on Bricks 4 Kidz water quest challenges using LEGOÂŽ! Master builders explore the sea, cruise on sailboat models, and stop around the globe to learn about sea critters, taking home a custom-made minifigure. Mo-Fr | Mar 25-29 | 9:30am-12:30pm | $180/5 sess | 191652 | 5-10 | Multimedia Rm Instructor: Bricks 4 Kidz Vancouver

CHILDREN

CLAWS, CODES & CONSTELLATIONS (6-11)

Prepare to decode with a unit on secret messages and communication using special codes. Gain an appreciation for the earth and discover what role science plays in preserving the planet. Learn about the Science of Sport and what football players, ballet dancers, and scientists have in common. Explore the world of nature and embark on a space mission to learn how astronauts live in Space. Mo-Fr | Mar 25-29 | 9am-3pm | $295/5 sess | 194651 | 6-11 | Music Rm Instructor: Mad Science

CARTOONING AND ANIMATION CAMP (7-12)

In this high-tech course, students learn Disney methods of drawing cartoons to create short animations with sound, music, voice-over, and special effects. Completed projects are posted online and uploaded onto a USB. Mo-Fr | Mar 25-Mar 29 | 9:30am-3:30pm | $260/5 sess | 192121 | 7-12 | Board Rm Instructor: AVC Communications

LIGHTS, CAMERA, ACTION! MOVIE MAKING CAMP (7-12)

Learn the skills to become a reporter, actor, producer, director, and camera operator, filming with MacBooks, iPads, and HD/digital cameras and using green screens, microphones, props, and makeup. Students are hands-on during the entire production and enjoy lots of fun during indoor and outdoor breaks. Participants take home a USB of the final production. Mo-Fr | Mar 25-29 | 9:15am-3:15pm | $260/5 sess | 192122 | 7-12 | Arts & Crafts Rm Instructor: AVC Communications

ELSIE ROY NOON HOUR PROGRAMS ELSIE ROY NOON HOUR: UNIQUE CREATIONS (6-12)

Discover the freedom of creative self-expression while exploring your imagination through drawing, painting, storytelling, and play. Dress for a mess. No class Feb 18. Mo | Jan 14-Mar 11 | 12:25-12:55pm | $72/8 sess | 189189 | 6-12 | Arts & Crafts Rm Instructor: Kelly Jimenez, www.kellyjimenez.art

ELSIE ROY NOON HOUR: BASKETBALL (6-12)

Learn how to dribble and shoot, and about defense, nutrition, and the importance of sportsmanship and team-work. No class Feb 18. Mo | Jan 14-Mar 11 | 12:25-12:55pm | $56/8 sess | 189176 | 6-12 | Gym Instructor: James Hickson

ELSIE ROY NOON HOUR: HANDICRAFTS IN SPANISH (5-10)

Learn basic Spanish expressions and vocabulary while working on fun crafts. No class Feb 18. Mo | Jan 14-Mar 11 | 12:25-12:55pm | $56/8 sess | 189182 | 5-10 | Rm C Instructor: Gloria Alonso

ELSIE ROY NOON HOUR: DISCOVER ELECTRONICS (8-12)

Learn the basics of circuits and electricity to read circuit diagrams, build circuits, and enhance your STEM education, culminating in the creation of a colour-changing flashlight. Classes use solderless breadboards and arduino controllers; no soldering or working with hot objects. No class Feb 18. Mo | Jan 14-Mar 11 | 12:25-12:55pm | $99/8 sess | 189181 | 8-12 | Multimedia Rm Instructor: Caroline Dyck Please note that course prices do not include taxes.

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ELSIE ROY NOON HOUR: SOCCER (7-12)

CHILDREN

Improve soccer skills through drills and practice, and finish each day with a fun, team-building game. Tu | Jan 15-Mar 12 | 12:25-12:55pm | $63/9 sess | 189188 | 7-12 | Gym Instructor: Stratos Charalambides

ELSIE ROY NOON HOUR: LEARNING WITH MAGIC (5-12)

Perform magic tricks, illusions, and basic sleight of hand, and amaze family and friends with your new performance and storytelling skills. All props are provided and included in the class fee. Tu | Jan 15-Mar 12 | 12:25-12:55pm | $81/9 sess | 189186 | 5-12 | Rm B Instructor: Caroline Dyck

ELSIE ROY NOON HOUR: HIP HOP (5-9)

Learn the basics of hip hop dance, discover new moves and challenging choreography, and leave feeling energized, confident, and excited about dance. Tu | Jan 15-Mar 12 | 12:25-12:55pm | $72/9 sess | 189183 | 5-9 | Dance St Instructor: Vancouver Performing Stars, www.performingstars.ca

ELSIE ROY NOON HOUR: ART ATTACK (5-10)

Explore origami, clay modeling, stamping, collage, abstract art, finger painting, crafting, and more. Tu | Jan 15-Mar 12 | 12:25-12:55pm | $81/9 sess | 189174 | 5-10 | Arts & Crafts Rm Instructor: Sun Rey Han

ELSIE ROY NOON HOUR: ALL STARS PERFORMERS (5-12)

Learn songs and dances from musicals including Frozen, Wicked, Annie, and The Sound of Music. Participants build confidence and learn about music expression, drama, and choreography. We | Jan 16-Mar 13 | 12:25-12:55pm | $68/9 sess | 189173 | 5-12 | Dance St Instructor: Jordan Thomson

ELSIE ROY NOON HOUR: CHESS (6-12)

Explore the strategic world of chess and hone your skills by playing against more experienced players. Beginners learn the fundamentals and advanced players learn new strategies. We | Jan 16-Mar 13 | 12:25-12:55pm | $68/9 sess | 189178 | 6-12 | Rm C Instructor: Clement Cheng Th | Jan 17-Mar 14 | 12:25-12:55pm | $68/9 sess | 189179 | 6-12 | Board Rm Instructor: Joe Soliven

ELSIE ROY NOON HOUR: CLAY PLAY (6-10)

Explore hand-building and sculpting in a friendly and creative setting, building a new piece each week for your final project. Please bring a smock. Th | Jan 3-Mar 14 | 12:25-12:55pm | $90/9 sess | 189180 | 6-10 | Pottery St Instructor: Beverly Ho

ELSIE ROY NOON HOUR: HOCKEY (7-12)

Improve your hockey skills through drills and practice. Each class includes fun, team-building games. Th | Jan 17-Mar 14 | 12:25-12:55pm | $63/9 sess | 189184 | 7-12 | Gym Instructor: Stratos Charalambides

ELSIE ROY NOON HOUR: MIXED MARTIAL ARTS (6-12)

Learn the basics fundamentals of Mixed Martial arts, kick boxing and Jiu Jitsu. Also, learn selfdefence, flexibility, and agility while getting fit and having fun We | Jan 16-Mar 13 | 12:25-12:55pm | $81/9 sess | 202087 | 6-12 | Room B Instructor: Lions MMA Inc

ELSIE ROY NOON HOUR: KIDS YOGA (5-12)

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Cultivate greater self-esteem, awareness, and confidence in a non-competitive environment. Each class incorporates individual, partner, and group activities, as well as mus ic and yoga games. No class Jan 25, Feb 15. Fr | Jan 11-Mar 15 | 12:25-12:55pm | $64/8 sess | 189185 | 5-12 | Rm B Instructor: Diana Beairsto Information www.roundhouse.ca 604.713.1800 ext 1

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ELSIE ROY NOON HOUR: CARTOON MANIA (5-10)

Invent stories, paint, and learn to draw your favourite Disney characters. No class Jan 25, Feb 15. Fr | Jan 11-Mar 15 | 12:25-12:55pm | $83/8 sess | 189177 | 5-10 | Arts & Crafts Rm Instructor: Edouard Beaudry

CHILDREN

ELSIE ROY NOON HOUR: DODGEBALL (7-12)

Learn basic dodgeball skills, the importance of teamwork, hand-eye coordination, and fair play. No class Jan 25, Feb 15. Fr | Jan 11-Mar 15 | 12:25-12:55pm | $56/8 sess | 189175 | 7-12 | Gym Instructor: Stratos Charalambides

ELSIE ROY NOON HOUR: LEGO LUNCH CLUB (5-10)

Enjoy a variety of activities from creative play to motorized model building to build your STEM skills in a fun and collaborative environment. Participants take home a custom-made minifigure. No class Jan 25, Feb 15. Fr | Jan 18-Mar 8 | 12:25-12:55pm | $60/6 sess | 189187 | 5-10 | Rm C Instructor: Bricks 4 Kidz Vancouve

SOCIAL RECREATION Keep children busy before school in a safe, fun, and supervised environment. Activities include games, arts and crafts, sports, and general play. For students of Elsie Roy Elementary. Speak with Silvia Rubino (silvia.rubino@vancouver.ca) prior to registering. No program Jan 25, Feb 15, 18.

BEFORE SCHOOL KIDS CLUB (K-12)

Mo-Fr | Jan 7-Mar 15 | 7:30-9am | K-12 | Gym Instructor: Silvia Rubino & Kids Club Staff

AFTERSCHOOL KIDS CLUB (K-12)

Mo-Fr | Jan 7-Mar 15 | 3-5:45pm | 189125 | K-12 | Arts & Crafts Rm Instructor: Silvia Rubino, Jen Uppal

PRO D DAY CAMP (K-12)

Register early to turn Pro D into a day of sports, arts and crafts, and more. Please dress appropriately for indoor and outdoor play. Outtrip to a local attraction is planned. Fr | Jan 25 | 9am-3:30pm | $35 | 189334 | K-12 | Games Rm Fr | Feb 15 | 9am-3:30pm | $35 | 189335 | K-12 | Games Rm Instructor: Silvia Rubino & Daycamp Staff

AWESOME GIRLS (9-12)

Join this fun group led by one of your favourite Youth Staff! Participants decide on the activity schedule including crafts, games, baking, out-trips, and snacks, and are encouraged to be curious and ask about subjects that matter to them. Open to any self-identified pre-teen (9-12) girl. Caregiver consent form required for off-site out-trips. No class Feb 18. Mo | Jan 7-Mar 11 | 3:30-5pm | Free/9 sess | 198600 | 9-12 | Rm A Instructor: Silvia Rubino

FANTASTIC BOYS (9-12)

Join this fun group led by one of your favourite Youth Staff! Participants decide on the activity schedule including sports, games, tournaments, out-trips, and snacks, and are encouraged to be curious and ask about subjects that matter to them. Open to any self-identified pre-teen (9-12) boy. Caregiver consent form required for off-site out-trips. Tu | Jan 8-Mar 12 | 3:30-5pm | Free/10 sess | 198599 | 9-12 | Rm C Instructor: Sheroan Anthonypillai

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SPRING BREAK DAYCAMPS SPRING BREAK DAYCAMP (K-12)

Discover the fun and excitement of spring with arts and crafts, science, sports, games, songs, and trips to local attractions. Bring a backpack with lunch, snacks, water, a swimsuit, and a towel each day. Must be in kindergarten to attend camp. Mo-Fr | Mar 18-22 | 9am-3:30pm | $150/5 sess | 189389 | K-12 | Games Rm Mo-Fr | Mar 25-29 | 9am-3:30om | $150/5 sess | 198123 | K-12 | Games Rm Instructor: Silvia Rubino & Daycamp Staff

SPRING BREAK AFTERCAMP (K-12)

For families requiring extended hours of supervision, this program is available to Spring Break Day Camp registrants. Pre-registration recommended. Mo-Fr | Mar 25-29 | 3:30-6pm | $50/5 sess | 198122 | K-12 | Arts & Crafts Rm Mo-Fr | Mar 18-22 | 3:30-6pm | $50/5 sess | 189388 | K-12 | Arts & Crafts Rm Instructor: Silvia Rubino & Daycamp Staff

ARTS, DANCE & CULTURE CARTOONING AND ANIMATION (7-12)

Learn Disney's way of drawing cartoons to create a short animation with sound, music, voice-over, and special effects, with time for fun and games. Projects are posted online and loaded onto a USB. We | Jan 16-Mar 13 | 4:30-6:30pm | $146/9 sess | 189152 | 7-12 | Rm C Instructor: AVC Communications

DANCE CONNECTION (8-12)

$13.50/DROP-IN

Learn to dance and build your ability to express yourself. Contact dance skills, such as contact dance improvisation, teach students how to relate by touch with a partner and group in a dance flow. This dance form increases students’ capacity to stay present, focus, and be spontaneous. We | Jan 9-Mar 13 | 4:15-5pm | $115/10 sess | 189163 | 8-12 | Dance St Instructor: Espirito Santo Mauricio

HIP HOP CULTURE FOR YOUTH DROP-IN (10-25)

Learn and share knowledge about the four elements of hip hop culture: MC, turntablism, Bboying, and graffiti. Bring your elements, whether you’re a beginner or have experience, and we'll work on building a hip hop community! Consent form mandatory for Bboying. We | Jan 9-Mar 13 | 6:30-9pm | Free/10 sess | 189737 | 10-25 | Rm B Instructor: Mattias Boon

KIDS POTTERY (9-13)

Learn hand building, sculpting, and wheel throwing in a fun and relaxed setting to make dishes, figures, miniatures, and more. Projects are inspired by contemporary art and historical ceramics. Please bring a smock. Fr | Jan 18-Mar 15 | 3:30-5:30pm | $170/9 sess | 189327 | 9-13 | Pottery St Instructor: Kate Metten

EDUCATION DISCOVER ELECTRONICS: ADVANCED (STEM) (8-12)

Youth Open Gym. Please note that course prices do not include taxes.

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Enhance your STEM education with projects that build on the Intro to Electronics course, such as drawing circuit diagrams and building more complex circuits. Solderless breadboards and arduino controllers are used; there is no soldering in this class. Prerequisites include the Intro to Electronics course or previous experience wiring circuits and using breadboards, to be verified by the instructor. Students with complete kits from the intro course will use those along with additional course materials, as provided. Students without kits will need to purchase one. Tu | Jan 22-Mar 12 | 3:30-4pm | $108/8 sess | 196991 | 8-12 | Rm B Instructor: Care and Jordan

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RED CROSS BABYSITTING (11-15)

First Aid Hero teaches babysitting skills through real life scenarios, giving participants the confidence to babysit or be left home alone. Bring a small blanket/medium towel, medium sized stuffed animal/baby doll, yoga mat, lunch, snacks, and water. Su | Feb 3 | 9am-4pm | $67 | 189339 | 11-15 | Multimedia Rm Su | Mar 24 | 9am-4pm | $67 | 192213 | 11-15 | Multimedia Rm Instructor: First Aid Hero, www.firstaidhero.com

YOUTH

RED CROSS STAYSAFE! (9-13)

Learn first aid through active role-play in an interactive and fun environment. Bring a small blanket/ medium towel, medium sized stuffed animal/baby doll, yoga mat, lunch, snacks, and plenty of water. Su | Jan 6 | 10:30am-4:30pm | $67 | 189340 | 9-13 | Multimedia Rm Su | Feb 24 | 10:30am-4:30pm | $67 | 192211 | 9-13 | Multimedia Rm Instructor: First Aid Hero

SOCIAL RECREATION AWESOME GIRLS (9-12)

Join this fun group led by one of your favourite Youth Staff! Participants decide on the activity schedule including crafts, games, baking, out-trips, and snacks, and are encouraged to be curious and ask about subjects that matter to them. Open to any self-identified pre-teen (9-12) girl. Caregiver consent form required for off-site out-trips. No class Feb 18. Mo | Jan 7-Mar 11 | 3:30-5pm | Free/9 sess | 198600 | 9-12 | Rm A Instructor: Silvia Rubino

FANTASTIC BOYS (9-12)

Join this fun group led by one of your favourite Youth Staff! Participants decide on the activity schedule including sports, games, tournaments, out-trips, and snacks, and are encouraged to be curious and ask about subjects that matter to them. Open to any self-identified pre-teen (9-12) boy. Caregiver consent form required for off-site out-trips. Tu | Jan 8-Mar 12 | 3:30-5pm | Free/10 sess | 198599 | 9-12 | Rm C Instructor: Sheroan Anthonypillai

FRIDAY YOUTH NIGHT (8-18)

Spend your Friday nights at the Roundhouse with the coolest Youth Leaders and get to know your community. With open gym, tournaments, foosball games, and movie nights–you name it, we'll try to make it happen! Fr | Jan 4-Mar 29 | 5-9pm | Free/24 sess | 189739 | 8-18 | Games Rm Instructor: Youth Leaders

YOUTH LOUNGE (8-18)

Check out the revamped Games Room dedicated to pre-teens and youth everyday after school from 3-6pm. Play pool, foosball, table tennis, or just hangout with friends. Those interested in volunteer opportunities and other resources can stop by and say hi to the Youth Staff Team in the Youth Office. No lounge on Feb 18. Mo-Fr | Jan 7-Mar 14 | 3-6pm | Free | 190424 | 8-18 | Games Rm Instructor: Youth Leaders

SALLY CHAN

Community Youth Worker Please welcome Sally as our new full-time Community Youth Worker at the Roundhouse. Sally has worked at various other community centres across Vancouver and is excited to bring Roundhouse youth together to make the community a better place. As a start, the Youth Staff Team will be kicking off a Youth Lounge and Youth Office where youth can come for resources, support, volunteer opportunities, or just a safe, welcoming space to hang out. Be sure to check out all the new offerings for youth this season, or come by and say hello!

PHYSICAL RECREATION KARATE (4-18) – SEE PAGE 31 FOR DETAILS

Learn discipline, gain confidence, increase flexibility, develop cooperation, and have fun. For beginners and children new to Karate. Additional fees required for Karate BC membership, purchase of a uniform, and testing for belts. Program fees due on the first class of each month. 10% discount available for participants registering for three consecutive months at once within a season. No class Feb 18. Courses, prices, registration information may change without notice. Please contact the Roundhouse to confirm.

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YOUTH

INTRO TO SKATEBOARDING - BEGINNERS (7-12)

Learn the fundamental skills to go from never having ridden a skateboard to safely rolling around. Classes focus on foot placement, pushing, turning, stopping, safety, terminology, and basic tricks. Helmet and safety padding are mandatory for all participants (some equipment is available for loan). Participants are expected to have their own skateboard, with a limited number of skateboards available for use during classes. Completed guardian consent/waiver required prior program start date. Th | Jan 10-Feb 7 | 3:30-4:30pm | $75/5 sess | 198127 | 7-12 | Gym Th | Jan 10-Feb 7 | 4:45-5:45pm | $75/5 sess | 198145 | 7-12 | Gym Th | Feb 14-Mar 14 | 3:30-4:30pm | $75/5 sess | 198165 | 7-12 | Gym Th | Feb 14-Mar 14 | 4:45-5:45pm | $75/5 sess | 198168 | 7-12 | Gym Instructor: UnderToe Skateboard Academy

ROUNDHOUSE RUNNERS – YOUTH RUNNING CLUB (9-18)

Learn about goal setting, patience, perseverance, courage, motivation, and team-work in preparation for the Vancouver 10KM Sun Run on April 14, 2019. Caregivers are welcome to join the Roundhouse Sun Run team and run with their child or youth. Completed guardian consent/waiver required prior to Sun Run. Please register and pay for Sun Run team fee ($30/youth, $42/adult, nonrefundable). Registration includes a free Sun Run t-shirt and race bib. Registration closes Mar 8. No class Mar 16, 23, 30. For more info, contact Community Youth Worker, Sally Chan (604-713-1858 / sally.chan@vancouver.ca). Sa | Jan 12-Apr 14 | 1:30-3pm | Free/11 sess | 199857 | 9-18 | Gym Instructor: Stratos Charalambides

VOLLEYBALL – TRAIN & PLAY (10-12)

Learn proper technique in passing, setting, hitting and blocking while understanding the rules of the game in a positive environment. Instruction, practice and game situations will be covered. This program will help players on their school team and is an introduction to club volleyball. Tu | Jan 8-Mar 12 | 4:40-5:50pm | $150/10 sess | 198601 | 10-12 | Gym Instructor: Apex Volleyball Club

ATOMIC VOLLEYBALL SPRING BREAK CAMP (9-12)

Atomic Volleyball is designed to introduce and establish the fundamental skills of volleyball while maintaining a fun and inclusive environment. Participants will not only work on volleyball skills, but will be able to develop their fundamental movement skills that will benefit their athletic experience in the long-term. Learn tips on proper warm up, technique, and game play from an experienced coach, and end each session with a friendly scrimmage Please bring your own ball if you have one. Mo-Fr | Mar 18-22 | 4:15-5:45pm | $96/5 sess | 20004 | 9-12 | Gym Instructor: Volleyball BC

OPEN GYM/DROP-IN SPORTS FRIDAY PRE-TEEN OPEN GYM (8-12)

Join a friendly scrimmage, practice your swings or shots, or just hang out with friends! Pre-teen open gym is a safe and welcoming space for all youth–all identities and skills are welcome. Some equipment available to borrow, or bring your own. Fr | Jan 4-Mar 29 | 3:30-5pm | Free/12 sess | 190423 | 8-12 | Gym Instructor: Youth Leader

FRIDAY YOUTH NIGHT (8-18)

Spend your Friday nights at the Roundhouse with the coolest Youth Leaders and get to know your community. With open gym, tournaments, foosball games, and movie nights–you name it, we'll try to make it happen! Fr | Jan 4-Mar 29 | 5-9pm | Free/12 sess | 189739 | 8-18 | Gym Instructor: Youth Leader Please note that course prices do not include taxes.

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PRE-TEEN/YOUTH OPEN GYM (8-18)

Join a friendly scrimmage, practice your swings or shots, or just hang out with friends! Pre-teen open gym is a safe and welcoming space for all youth–all identities and skills are welcome. Some equipment is available, or bring your own. Tu | Jan 8-Mar 26 | 4:30-6pm | Free/12 sess | 189740 | 8-18 | Gym Th | Jan 10-Mar 28 | 3-6pm | Free/12 sess | 189738 | 8-18 | Gym Instructor: Youth Leader

ADULT

YOUTH BASKETBALL DROP-IN (10-18)

Work on your basketball skills or get a good game going! Open gym is a safe and welcoming space for all youth–all identities and skills are welcome. Some equipment is available, or bring your own. No class Feb 9, 23. Sa | Jan 5-Mar 30 | 1-2:45pm | Free/10 sess | 189741 | 10-18 | Gym Instructor: Youth Leader

YOUTH VOLLEYBALL DROP-IN (10-18)

Work on your volleyball skills or round up your friends and get a good scrimmage going! At least one court will be set up. Open gym is a safe and welcoming space to all youth–all identities and skills are welcome. Some equipment is available, or bring your own. No session Feb 9, 23. Sa | Jan 5-Mar 30 | 3-4:45pm | Free/10 sess | 193208 | 10-18 | Gym Instructor: Youth Leader

LEADERSHIP YOUTH4YOUTH – ROUNDHOUSE YOUTH COUNCIL (13-18)

Do you enjoy working with others? Want to have a say in the community? Have an idea you'd love to make it happen? Join Roundhouse's version of youth council for grade 8-12 students to learn more about your community, meet new friends, gain leadership skills, and get involved. Weekly meetings can be counted towards volunteer hours. For more info, contact Community Youth Worker, Sally Chan 604-713-1858, sally.chan@vancouver.ca. We | Jan 9-Mar 13 | 4-5:30pm | Free/10 sess | 193562 | 13-18 | Rm B Instructor: Sally Chan

EDUCATION MANOLOGY:EXPLORING 21ST CENTURY MASCULINITY (19+) $15/DROP-IN

For men interested in looking at how society is shaped and influenced by expectations about how a man is supposed to be. Have fun and try new things, while sharing stories, humour and knowledge to forge new friendships. Sessions are interactive, friendly, and experiential. First session free to new men. No class Feb 18. Mo | Jan 7-Apr 1 | 7-9:30pm | $144/12 sess | 189538 | 19+ | Rm C Instructor: David Hatfield

3D PRINTING WORKSHOPS AND MEETUPS (19+)

For participants at all skill levels wanting to explore or share anything related to 3D printing. Sa | Jan 12 | 1-3pm | Free/1 sess | 189488 | 19+ | Music Rm Sa | Feb 16 | 1-3pm | Free/1 sess | 189489 | 19+ | Music Rm Sa | Mar 23 | 1-3pm | Free/1 sess | 189490 | 19+ | Music Rm Instructor: Nerea Buxton

NEPP EARTHQUAKE PREPAREDNESS FOR YOUR PETS (19+)

Learn what you can do to ensure both you and your pets are prepared for any type of disaster or emergency. Tu | Jan 15 | 7-8:30pm | Free/1 sess | 189540 | 19+ | Multimedia Rm Instructor: Jackie Kloosterboer Please note that course prices do not include taxes. Courses, prices, registration information may change without notice. Please contact the Roundhouse to confirm.

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NEPP EARTHQUAKE PREPAREDNESS - PERSONAL & FAMILY (19+)

Learn how to develop a family emergency plan and to conduct a “Home Hazard” hunt to ensure you and your family are prepared in the event of an earthquake. Tu | Mar 19 | 7-8:30pm | Free/1 sess | 189539 | 19+ | Multimedia Rm Instructor: Jackie Kloosterboer

MINDFULNESS MEDITATION (18+)

Cultivate inner peace and happiness, and discover a new paradigm for living well. Classes include lessons and practice, taught by an experienced mindfulness teacher. New and returning participants welcome. No class Feb 18. Mo | Jan 28-Mar 4 | 7:30 -8:45pm | $55/5 sess | 189531 | 18+ | Multimedia Rm Instructor: Sung Yang, LearnMindfulness.org

CHRONIC PAIN SELF-MANAGEMENT PROGRAM (19+)

Intended for those experiencing ongoing physical or mental health issues, this inteactive workshop offers information and practical strategies to help cope with day to day challenges. Proven to increase participants’ motivation and confidence to better manage symptoms and take action towards a healthier life. No class Feb 17. Su | Feb 3-Mar 17 | 2-4:30pm | Free/6 sess | 189505 | 19+ | Music Rm Instructor: Self Management BC, selfmgmt@uvic.ca, www.selfmanagementbc.ca.

SECRETS TO OUTSTANDING PHOTOGRAPHY (19+)

Learn how to see and capture beautiful imagery with any camera, anywhere, anytime. Su | Jan 20 | 2-3:30pm | Free/1 sess | 189509 | 19+ | Multimedia Rm Su | Feb 17 | 2-3:30pm | Free/1 sess | 189510 | 19+ | Multimedia Rm Su | Mar 17 | 2-3:30pm | Free/1 sess | 189508 | 19+ | Multimedia Rm Instructor: Paul Fremes

DOG OBEDIENCE BEGINNERS (19+)

Learn basic commands with verbal cues, hand signals, and positive reinforcement without using food, treats, force, or fear responses, and how to manage and eliminate inappropriate behaviors. Pre-requisite: All dogs must be full vaccinated and have no aggression issues. Su | Feb 24-Mar 31 | 11:30am-12:30pm | $174/6 sess | 189511 | 19+ | Rm B Instructor: Alpha Dog Training

DOG OBEDIENCE INTERMEDIATE AND AGILITY (19+)

Improve control of commands learned in basic obedience at longer distances and with distraction. Features agility training, which boosts dogs’ confidence. Prerequisite: Must have Basic Obedience training with a reliable sit, stay, and recall, and be up to date with vaccinations. Su | Feb 24-Mar 31 | 1-2pm | $195/6 sess | 189513 | 19+ | Rm B Instructor: Alpha Dog Training

LANGUAGE ESL FOR ADULTS (19+)

Improve your English speaking skills in this interactive class. No class Feb 5. Tu | Jan 8-Mar 12 | 10-11:30am | $135/9 sess | 189515 | 19+ | Music Rm Instructor: Veronica Chum

SPANISH FOR BEGINNERS ADULTS LEVEL 1 (19+)

Learn basic conversational Spanish set in practical day-to-day situations to help you when travelling to Spanish-speaking countries. We | Jan 9-Mar 27 | 5:30-7pm | $195/12 sess | 189553 | 19+ | Mezz Meeting Rm Instructor: Gloria Alonso

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SPANISH FOR BEGINNERS ADULTS LEVEL 2 (19+)

Improve your conversational Spanish by practicing the skills you already have and learning past and future tenses to help you express yourself when travelling to Spanish-speaking countries and meeting new people. Tu | Jan 8-Mar 26 | 5:30-7pm | $195/12 sess | 189554 | 19+ | Mezz Meeting Rm Instructor: Gloria Alonso

ADULT

SPANISH FOR CONVERSATION (19+)

For those with a basic command of Spanish, practice this beautiful language in a friendly environment. Participants discuss culture, traditions, and other topics during classes. We | Jan 9-Mar 27 | 7:05-8:35pm | $195/12 sess | 189555 | 19+ | Mezz Meeting Rm Instructor: Gloria Alonso

ART WATERCOLOUR AND DRAWING TOGETHER (19+)

$25/DROP-IN

ACRYLIC PAINTING WITH BILL (19+)

$18/DROP-IN

Discover how the combination of drawing and watercolour painting can enhance the beauty of your art, while exploring the aesthetics of these two techniques together through landscapes, figures, and flowers. Participants experiment with texture, line, tone, light, and shadow, as well as linear and atmospheric perspectives. Supplies not included; supply list available upon registration. No class Feb 18. Mo | Jan 7-Mar 11 | 9:30-11:30am | $180/9 sess | 189569 | 19+ | Arts & Crafts Rm Instructor: Mohammad Atashzad, www.atashzad.com Work on personal projects to develop your own voice and personal style with acrylic painting in a loosely structured, enriching, and supportive studio setting. Contact instructor (baldozar@shaw. ca) for supply list. No class Feb 18. Mo | Jan 7-Mar 25 | 6:30-8:30pm | $171/11 sess | 189492 | 19+ | Arts & Crafts Rm Instructor: Bill Miloglav

DRAWING THE FIGURE (25+)

$11/DROP-IN

SKETCHING IN SITU (25+)

$11/DROP-IN

THE MINDFUL ARTIST (25+)

$11/DROP-IN

Draw draped models with an emphasis on contour—an intuitive way to understand proportions and foreshortening. Fr | Jan 11-Feb 1 | 1:15-3:15pm | $38/4 sess | 189622 | 25+ | Rm C Instructor: Edouard Beaudry Practice the lively style of reporter drawing, using the Roundhouse as your subject. By sketching on location, participants learn to observe their surroundings and to convey them quickly and efficiently. Fr | Feb 8-Mar 1 | 1:15-3:15pm | $38/4 sess | 190815 | 25+ | Rm C Instructor: Edouard Beaudry Combine painting, sketching, and meditation to boost your creativity in a calm environment. The natural flow of your breath will help you to use a variety of techniques to experiment with abstraction. Fr | Mar 8-Mar 29 | 1:15-3:15pm | $38/4 sess | 190816 | 25+ | Rm C Instructor: Edouard Beaudry

LET'S WORK WITH COLOURS (25+)

Improve your home and life with the right colour choice. Learn about colour, its interaction with our lived environment, and its effects on our well being, as well as how to change the appearance of your home using different colour combinations. We | Jan 23-Jan 30 | 1:30-3:30pm | $38/2 sess | 190850 | 25+ | Rm C Instructor: Enrica Sacconi

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CHINESE CALLIGRAPHY (25+)

ADULT

Acquire and improve writing skills through the use of Chinese ink, brush, and paper, while practicing the stress releasing acient art of Chinese handwriting. Tu | Jan 15-Mar 19 | 11am-1pm | $100/10 sess | 189606 | 25+ | Board Rm Instructor: Pansy Poon

DRAWING: LEARNING TO SEE (19+)

$21/DROP-IN

Complete drawing exercises augmented with techniques to help deconstruct and reconstruct subjects to see what is true about foreshortening, positive and negative space, and the behavior of light on tone and value, among other exercises. Tu | Jan 15-Feb 19 | 6:30-8:30pm | $130/6 sess | 189514 | 19+ | Arts & Crafts Rm Instructor: Bernadine Fox

BUILDING OFF OF DRAWING: LEARNING TO SEE PT 2 (19+) $21/DROP-IN

Complete drawing exercises using 1- and 2-point perspective, shading techniques, and volume and tone. Using these exercises, participants continue on their examination of learning to see, with one-on-one instructor feedback. Tu | Feb 26-Apr 2 | 6:30-8:30pm | $130/6 sess | 198460 | 19+ | Arts & Crafts Rm Instructor: Bernadine Fox

POTTERY DROP-IN FEES

Public $12/2hrs Volunteer $10/4 hrs Student $10/4 hrs

POTTERY POTTERY: DROP-IN (19+)

Pottery studio drop-in is for those currently enrolled in Roundhouse pottery classes and those who have a drop-in storage space assigned to them. To add your name to the drop-in wait list, contact Cheryl Stapleton (cheryl.stapleton@vancouver.ca). Wait lists are not carried over indefinitely; please re-apply every six months. Class participants get priority. Space holder drop-in fee: Public; POTTERY FEES AND $12/2 hrs; volunteers and students $10/4hrs. No class Feb 10, 18. We | Jan 9-Mar 13 | 10am-9:30pm | See Sidebar | 189543 | 19+ | Pottery St MATERIALS No LAC accepted. Online Sa | Jan 12-Mar 16 | 12:30-4:30pm | See Sidebar | 189549 | 19+ | Pottery St and in person registra- Su | Jan 13-Mar 10 | 12:30-4:30pm | See Sidebar | 189544 | 19+ | Pottery St tion. Materials included POTTERY: HAND AND WHEEL WITH VIN (19+) are slips, glazes, firing; Suitable for all levels of experience. Beginners learn how to throw on the potter's wheel and create not included are drop-in projects using hand-building techniques. Intermediate and advanced students progress at their fees and clay. own pace and challenged with new techniques and ideas. Opportunities for special projects may be Clay $25 + taxes accommodated. Making, finishing, decorating, and glazing are covered. No class Feb 18. Mo | Jan 14-Mar 18 | 6:30-9:30pm | $301/9 sess | 189547 | 19+ | Pottery St Tool Kit $30 + taxes Instructor: Vin Arora

REFUNDS

Refunds must be requested 72 hours in advance of start date; no refunds issued once classes commence.

POTTERY: HAND AND WHEEL THROWING WITH SUE (19+)

Play with clay in these multi level classes. Learn the basic of hand-building, wheel throwing, glazing, and firing techniques. Continuing students work at their own pace with assistance on new techniques and challenges. Slips, glazes, and firing are included in fees, clay is not. Tu | Jan 15-Mar 19 | 1:30-4:30pm | $329/10 sess | 189545 | 19+ | Pottery St Tu | Jan 15-Mar 19 | 6:30-9:30pm | $329/10 sess | 189546 | 19+ | Pottery St POTTERY WAITLIST Instructor: Sue Griese To add your name to the POTTERY: THROW, THROWING, THROWN WITH NORA (19+) drop-in waitlist, contact Enhance your skills in centering, altering, trimming, decorating, and glazing pots. Participants are Cheryl Stapleton cheryl. required to have taken at least one day class, however, do not need to know hot to centre to enrol. stapleton@vancouver. Slips, glazes, and firing are included in fees, clay is not. ca. Waitlists are not Th | Jan 17-Mar 7 | 6:30-9:30pm | $273/8 sess | 189548 | 19-99 | Pottery St carried over indefinitely; Instructor: Nora Valliant please re-apply every six months. Class participants get priority.

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POTTERY: HAND AND WHEEL WITH KATE (19+)

Suitable for beginners to advance students. Beginners learn how to throw on the potters wheel and create projects using hand-building techniques. Intermediate and advance students are assisted to progress at their own pace and challenged with new techniques and ideas. Opportunities for special projects may be accommodated. Making, finishing, decorating, and glazing are covered. Fr | Jan 25-Mar 15 | 12-3pm | $273/8 sess | 189552 | 19+ | Pottery St Instructor: Kate Metten

ADULT

WOODWORKING WOODWORKING DROP-IN (19+)

$16/HR DROP-IN

Drop-in sessions are available for qualified woodworkers. To qualify, members must pass the assessment at a Wednesday drop-in and attend a safety orientation session, or have successfully completed a Level 2 course. Drop-in sessions are not for Level 1 students. Projects can be stored for one month before they are discarded. No class Feb 17. Su | Jan 6-Mar 31 | 1:30-4:30pm | $16/hr drop-in/13 sess | 189573 | 19+ | Barry Cogswell St Instructor: Craig Gilder W | Jan 9-Mar 27 | 6-9pm | $16/hr drop-in/12 sess | 189574 | 19+ | Barry Cogswell St Instructor: Trevor Osborn

WOODWORKING SAFETY ORIENTATION – APPOINTMENT ONLY (19+)

ABOUT THE URBAN WOODWORKER HAND TOOL COURSES

Urban Woodworker courses in Hand Tool Woodworking are "unplugged" learning experiences, perfect for the city woodworker with limited space. Hand Tool skills also greatly improve ones ability to layout, trim and fit joinery in regular power tool projects.

The Safety Orientation to shop tools is for experienced woodworkers wanting to access the Woodworking Drop-In. Woodworkers must complete a free written assessment test during a Wednesdays drop-in session from 6-9pm. The instructor marks the tests and contacts woodworkers when there are enough people to run a safety orientation. Safety Orientations are by appointment only, take two hours, and cost $45. Bring paper and a pencil for notes. By Appointment | $45 | 189575 | 19+ | Barry Cogswell St WOODWORKInstructor: Trevor Osborn

WOODWORKING: LEVEL 1 (19+)

For beginners and those with little woodworking experience. Acquire basic woodworking skills and learn elementary safe operation of major power tools such as the jointer, planer, and table saw, as well as other power tools based on design requirements. Design and materials included. First session attendance is mandatory for a safety orientation and important theory. Prerequisite for Hand Tools Level 2, 3, or artisans course. No class Feb 14, 18, Mar 7, 14. Mo | Jan 7-Feb 25 | 6:30-9:30pm | $295/7 sess | 189580 | 19+ | Barry Cogswell St Mo | Mar 4-Apr 15 | 6:30-9:30pm | $295/7 sess | 194718 | 19+ | Barry Cogswell St Instructor: Craig Gilder Tu | Jan 8-Feb 12 | 9:30am-1pm | $295/6 sess | 189586 | 19+ | Barry Cogswell St Tu | Jan 8-Feb 12 | 2-5:30pm | $295/6 sess | 189585 | 19+ | Barry Cogswell St Tu | Feb 19-Mar 26 | 2-5:30pm | $295/6 sess | 193293 | 19+ | Barry Cogswell St Tu | Feb 19-Mar 26 | 9:30am-1pm | $295/6 sess | 193294 | 19+ | Barry Cogswell St Instructor: Bruce Inglis Th | Jan 17-Mar 21 | 10:45am-1:45pm | $295/7 sess | 189582 | 19+ | Barry Cogswell St Instructor: Jeremy Tomlinson Th | Jan 10-Feb 21 | 2-5:30pm | $335/7 sess | 189583 | 19+ | Barry Cogswell St Th | Feb 28-Apr 11 | 2-5:30pm | $335/7 sess | 189584 | 19+ | Barry Cogswell St Instructor: Marty McLennan

WOODWORKING: LEVEL 2 (19+)

Building on Level 1 skills, focus on classic joinery techniques, project planning, and material selection. Projects approval by the instructor and limited in size in due to storage; a small side or coffee table is typical. (Bruce's Sunday class: choose from one of five projects. Project materials provided at minimum fee.) Prerequisite for Hand Tools Level 2, 3, or artisans course. No class Jan 18, Feb 10. Tu | Jan 15-Mar 19 | 6:30-9:30pm | $400/10 sess | 189588 | 19+ | Barry Cogswell St Instructor: Jeremy Tomlinson, www.urbanwoodworker.com Su | Jan 13-Mar 24 | 9:30am-1pm | $458/10 sess | 193278 | 19+ | Barry Cogswell St Instructor: Bruce Inglis Courses, prices, registration information may change without notice. Please contact the Roundhouse to confirm.

ING IMPORTANT INFORMATION

No LAC accepted. Online and in person registration. Please bring pencil and paper to class. Come prepared to take notes and to clean up after each session. FIRST CLASS is mandatory for all levels. CANCELLATIONS must be requested 48 hours in advance of the start date. REFUNDS Refunds must be requested 72 hours in advance of start date; no refunds issued once classes commence. PREREQUISITES Level 1 – none Level 2 – level 1 MATERIALS Level 1 – included Level 2 & 3– not included Please note that course prices do not include taxes.

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WOODWORKING: HT DEMYS WITH SPOON CARVING LEVEL 1 (19+)

ADULT

Learn techniques for sharpening, adjusting, and using planes, saws, chisels, layout tools and joinery methods in this introduction to spoon carving. An ideal primer to woodworking even if power tool woodwork is your focus. Prerequiste for Hand Tools Level 2, 3, or artisans course. No class Jan 30. We | Jan 16-Feb 20 | 6:30-9:30pm | $374/6 sess | 189577 | 19+ | Rm A We | Feb 27-Apr 3 | 6:30-9:30pm | $374/6 sess | 189576 | 19+ | Rm A Instructor: Jeremy Tomlinson, www.urbanwoodworker.com

WOODWORKING: HT DEMYS WITH SPOON CARVING (19+)

Learn techniques for sharpening, adjusting, and using planes, saws, chisels, layout tools and joinery methods in this introduction to spoon carving. An ideal primer to woodworking even if power tool woodwork is your focus. Prerequiste for Hand Tools Level 2, 3, or artisans course. No class Feb 18. Mo | Jan 7-Feb 11 | 6:30-9:30pm | $374/6 sess | 189578 | 19+ | Rm A Mo | Feb 25-Apr 1 | 6:30-9:30pm | $374/6 sess | 189579 | 19+ | Rm A Instructor: Bruce Inglis

WOODWORKING: LEVEL 1 WITH WOOD TURNING (19+)

For beginners and those with little woodworking experience. Turning involves working with special chisels to shape and sculpt wood while it spins on a lathe. Participants create up to three basic forms such as a rolling pin, wood carver’s mallet, platter, or bowl. Use of major power tools such as jointers, planers, and table saws and basic panel glue-ups will be covered. First session attendance is mandatory for a safety orientation and important theory. Materials supplied. Prerequisite for Woodworking Level 2 (Power Tools). No class Jan 18, Feb 1, 15. Sa | Jan 12-Feb 16 | 9:30am-12:30pm | $395/6 sess | 189590 | 19+ | Barry Cogswell St Sa | Feb 23-Mar 30 | 9:30am-12:30pm | $395/6 sess | 189591 | 19+ | Barry Cogswell St Instructor: Bruce Inglis Fr | Jan 11-Mar 8 | 9:30am-12:30pm | $395/6 sess | 189592 | 19+ | Barry Cogswell St Instructor: Jeremy Tomlinson, www.urbanwoodworker.com

MUSIC LESSONS

Private lessons are 30 minutes in length. There will be no make-up classes for any lessons that the student isn't able to attend. Music refund requests prior to the start of your private lessons must be made no later than the day before the class starts in order to receive a full refund minus the admin fee. After private lessons start there will be no refund. NO REGISTRATION after the second class. Access to the practice room piano is for piano students currently enrolled in piano lessons. The music room piano is available to all patrons. Please note that course prices do not include taxes.

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MUSIC JAZZ IN THE MEWS (ALL AGES)

Every Saturday and some Sunday mornings, enjoy a full slate of local musicians including: Asheida and Friends, Joel Reid, John Pippus and Friends, Lawless Firm, Maria Morlin Swing Stage Band, Rain City Swing, and Stringz Aloud. More details available at www.roundhouse.ca. Contact Valerie Ferrar valerie.ferrar@vancouver.ca for more information about becoming a part of the Jazz in the Mews. Jan 12-Mar 30 | 10:30am-12:30pm | Free/11 sess | 189534 | All Ages | Foyer

GUITAR WITH JUSTIN (19+)

Play your favourite songs and learn new pop, rock, and classical music. Lessons encourage musical and personal growth, with an emphasis on ensuring a positive and exciting learning experience. Students must bring their own instrument to class. No make-up for missed classes. No class Feb 1, Feb 8 Fr | Jan 11-Mar 29 | 1-6:30pm | $243/9 sess | 189203 -214 | 7+ | Board Rm Instructor: Justin Gorrie

PIANO WITH LYDIA (19+)

Students learn how to play the piano and appreciate music with one-on-one direction. Preparation for RCM exams provided upon request. No make-up for missed classes. We | Jan 9-Mar 13 | 2-7:30pm | $270/10 sess | 189286-297 | 19+ | Practice Rm Fr | Jan 11-Mar 15 | 2-8:30pm | $270/10 sess | 189298-311 | 19+ | Practice Rm Su | Jan 13-Mar 17 | 9-4pm $270/10 sess | 189271-285 | 19+ | Practice Rm Instructor: Lydia Kay

PIANO WITH SUSIE (19+)

Students learn how to play the piano and appreciate music with one-on-one direction. Preparation for RCM exams provided upon request. Th | Jan 10-Mar 14 | 2-7:30pm | $250/10 sess | 197076- 097 | 19+ | Practice Rm Instructor: Susie Skoda Information www.roundhouse.ca 604.713.1800 ext 1

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PIANO: MUSICAL EXPRESSIONS (19+)

This creative and intuitive approach to learning music considers student goals and learning styles. Students are encouraged to tap into their creative side and express themselves through improvisation. Books and materials purchased separately and ordered through teachers. No class Feb 16. Sa | Jan 12-Mar 16 | 9:30am-3:30pm | $243/9 sess | 189314 -326 | 19+ | Practice Rm Instructor: Musical Expressions, www.musicalexpressions.ca

ADULT

VIOLIN WITH HANNAH (19+)

Learn music theory and sight-reading in accordance with your experience. Hannah is an expert at teaching beginner and intermediate students to enhance their foundation techniques, which is crucial in moving to the next level of playing the violin. No class Feb 18. Mo | Jan 14-Mar 11 | 3:30-5:30pm | $200/8 sess | 192217 | 19+ | Board Rm Instructor: Hyunah Kim

DANCE LATIN AND SWING DANCE FREE TRAIL CLASS (25+)

Learn swing, Latin, and ballroom dance with style and confidence in a fun and supportive environment. No partner or experience required. We | Jan 16 | 8:15-9:45pm | Free | 189611 | 25+ | Dance St Instructor: Barney Alfred Lee and Mya Davidson

LATIN AND SWING DANCE (25+)

$18.75/DROP-IN (SPACE PERMITTING)

Learn swing, Latin, and ballroom dance with style and confidence in a fun and supportive environment. No partner or experience required. We | Jan 23-Mar 27 | 8:15-9:45pm | $120/10 sess | 189610 | 25+ | Dance St Instructor: Barney Alfred Lee and Mya Davidson

ARGENTINE TANGO SOCIAL DANCE FOR BEGINNERS (19+) $15/DROP-IN (SPACE PERMITTING)

Dance social Argentine Tango in the Buenos Aires style and join the growing Vancouver Tango scene. No previous experience or partner required. Th | Jan 10-Mar 28 | 6-7:15pm | $156/12 sess | 189493 | 19+ | Dance St Instructor: Semiral Tuncer, www.vancouvertango.com

ALL BODIES DANCE (18+)

All Bodies Dance Project brings together artists with and without disabilities to explore movement as a means of creative expression. Participants experience the joy of dancing in a diverse community of movers. Classes explore improvisation in a fun and creative environment. No experience required. ASL interpretation available upon request. Funded by the City of Vancouver and the Vancouver Park Board. No class Feb 16. Sa | Jan 19-Apr 6 | 2:30-4pm | Free/11 sess | 189655 | 18+ | Dance St Instructor: Rianne Svelnis

All Bodies Dance Project at LINK Dance, 2018. Photo by Chris Randle.

ROUNDHOUSE COMMUNITY DANCERS (19+)

Join a dance artist to experiment with concepts of space, rhythm, and body as sculptures. Using props, molding space, and forming bodies, dig deeper into your interior and exterior relationships with objects and the dancing bodies. No experience necessary. Funded by the Vancouver Park Board. No class Feb 17. Su | Jan 13-Mar 31 | 2:30-4:30pm | Free/11 sess | 189657 | 19+ | Dance St Instructor: Kelly McInnes

ROUNDHOUSE AGELESS DANCERS (55+)

Follow your imagination and discover creative movement. This art project weaves together improvisation, composition, rhythm, experience, and story to co-create community dance. No dance experience is necessary but registration is required. Funded by the Vancouver Park Board. We | Jan 16-Mar 20 | 1-3pm | Free/10 sess | 189656 | 55+ | Dance St Instructor: Heather Lamoureux Courses, prices, registration information may change without notice. Please contact the Roundhouse to confirm.

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ADULT

#DANCEHAPPY (ALL AGES)

#dancehappy is an initiative of the response, a local contemporary dance company, to make dance available to people of all backgrounds and abilities. Free dance classes return for all bodies that want to move. All dancers and dance lovers of all ages and experience welcome. Sessions are held the second Tuesday of each month. Tu | Jan 8, Feb 12, Mar 12 | 8-9pm | Free/3 sess | 189786 | All Ages | Dance St Instructor: Amber Funk Barton

DANCE FITNESS GROOVAZON (19+)

$15/DROP-IN

Bring the funk back on with an original blend of pure Funk Dance, Discodelic rhythms, Hip Hop vibes, and Jazzy grooves. No class Feb 16, 18. Sa | Jan 12-Mar 23 | 12:45-1:45pm | $130/10 sess | 189525 | 19+ | Dance St Instructor: Gustavo Ferman

ZUMBA FREE TRIAL CLASS (19+)

We | Jan 9 | 5:45-6:45pm | Free | 189598 | 19+ | Dance St Instructor: Jami, DNA Wellness Co. #dancehappy. Photo by Yvonne Chew.

ZUMBA

Zumba combines a variety of styles including cumbia, soca, merengue, salsa, African, reggaeton, flamenco, funk, and belly dance with fitness principles, including interval and resistance training, to maximize caloric output, fat burning, and total body toning.

ZUMBA (19+)

$13/DROP-IN

ZUMBA NOON (19+)

$13/DROP-IN

We | Jan 16-Feb 20 | 5:45-6:45pm | $69/6 sess | 189596 | 19+ | Dance St We | Feb 27-Mar 27 | 5:45-6:45pm | $58/5 sess | 189597 | 19+ | Dance St Instructor: Jami, DNA Wellness Co. Fr | Jan 4-Feb 22 | 12-1pm | $92/8 sess | 189599 | 19+ | Dance St Fr | Mar 1-29 | 12-1pm | $58/5 sess | 189600 | 19+ | Dance St Instructor: Luglio Romero, DNA Wellness Co.

FITNESS BODY RE-BOOT (19+)

$16/DROP-IN

Mixing kickboxing and simple dance moves with upbeat music, this full-body workout combines cardio and resistance training intervals, kickboxing moves, and a mind/body influenced cool down, giving participants the ultimate cardiovascular and strength workout. Suitable for all fitness levels. Th | Jan 10-Mar 28 | 7:30-8:30pm | $168/12 sess | 189501 | 19+ | Dance St Instructor: Valentina Petrovic

CORE AND MORE (19+)

$16/DROP-IN

CORE AND SPINE FIT (19+)

$13/DROP-IN

This class will cover your all body: targeting mostly your core by using Pilates, Bar and Yoga principles. The class is varied in tempos, standing and in prone/lay down position, making sure your core is constantly engaged, while tightening your arms and gluts and inner-outer tights. Come here to cover yourself from head to toe, by building strong core, lean body and good posture. Tu | Jan 8-Mar 26 | 7-8pm | $168/12 sess | 199842 | Dance St Instructor: Valentina Petrovic

Please note that course prices do not include taxes.

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Complete care for your core and spine, this class will get you moving from the floor up, with a warm up on the floor, activating the core and warming up the body safely and effectively to move forward through sequences of exercises specifically designed to improve your core strength and posture. Finish with a stretch sequence to open shoulders and hips, leaving refreshed and standing tall.. Th | Feb 14-Mar 28 | 9:30-10:30am | $77/7 sess | 201573 | Dance St Instructor: Alannah Lori Information www.roundhouse.ca 604.713.1800 ext 1

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ULTIMATE CONDITIONING (19+)

$16/DROP-IN

Test your muscular strength and endurance through cardiovascular movement in intervals. A total body workout that is challenging and feels like participants have a private trainer. Suitable for all fitness levels. No class Feb 18. Mo | Jan 7-Mar 25 | 7:30-8:30 pm | $154/11 sess | 189561 | 19+ | Dance St Instructor: Valentina Petrovic

ADULT

VANCOUVER SUN RUN IN TRAINING (19+)

The Vancouver Sun Run InTraining Program helps runners and walkers of all levels reach their fitness and health goals in a safe and supportive environment. This 13-week program, designed by SportMedBC’s RunWalk Coach, Olympian Lynn Kanuka, gradually develops strength and stamina to ensure injury-free training for the 2019 Vancouver Sun Run. Participants receive 13 guided run/walk sessions with trained leaders, Vancouver Sun Run race entry, a logbook with their 13-week training plan, exclusive gear, nutrition tips, and more. Tu | Jan 15-Apr 19 | 6:30-8:30 pm | $150/13 sess | 199839 | 19+ | Rm B Instructor: SportMed BC GROUP FITNESS

GROUP FITNESS

PRICING

Participants must complete a PAR-Q form GENTLE FIT (19+) Increase fitness, confidence, and strength in this lower-impact class for older adults looking for for health screening cardio, balance, and strength training for an overall body workout. Participants must complete a purposes. www.roundhouse.ca/ PAR-Q form for health screening purposes. No class Feb 18. registration-services/ Mo | Jan 7-Mar 25 | 11-11:45am | See Sidebar/11 sess | 189521 | 19+ | Dance St faq-forms Instructor: Alannah Lori Drop-ins are welcome if GET FIT AND KEEP FIT (19+) the class is not full. Total body conditioning for all ages using the body ball, steps, weights, and bands to get a great $6/adult drop-in over-all workout. Space and equipment limited. Class size at the discretion of instructor. $3.50/55+ adult drop-in Tu | Jan 8-Mar 26 | 9:15-10:15am | See Sidebar/12 sess | 189524 | 19+ | Dance St $49/10 class adult pass; Instructor: Harry Wong $28/10 class 55+ adult CARDIO COMBO (19+) pass Geared towards older adults looking for a lower-impact fitness class providing cardio, balance and strength training for an overall body workout. Increase fitness confidence and strength working ONECARD CHANGES with bands. The Roundhouse has We | Jan 9-Mar 27 | 11:15am-12pm | See Sidebar/12 sess | 189502 | 19+ | Rm B changed its drop-in pass Instructor: Ferial Ahmadzadeh system. All drop-in passes will POSTURE PERFECT (19+) For older adults, this co-ed class includes a cardio warmup, weights, stability ball, spine work, and be loaded onto the OneCard for the following stretches, to strengthen the body and improve balance, agility, and posture. progams: Th | Jan 10-Mar 28 | 11:15am-12pm | See Sidebar/12 sess | 189542 | 19+ | Dance St Instructor: Ferial Ahmadzadeh Parent and Tot Gym Group Fitness CARDIO CORE (19+) Bring your heart rate up and work your core through muscle conditioning. For active and fit older adults. Racquet Sports Fr | Jan 11-Mar 29 | 11-11:45am | See Sidebar /12 sess | 189503 | 19+ | Dance St Bridge Instructor: Edouard Beaudry Adult Sports PILATES & YOGA Please sign up for your free OneCard at the front ADAPTIVE PILATES/FUNCTIONAL FITNESS (55+) $6.75/DROP-IN desk. Picture ID required. Increase strength, balance, flexibility, muscle tone, stamina, and well being in a co-ed class for those who want to try pilates in a welcoming environment. Modifications for movements are available so participants can strengthen and tone their bodies no matter what restrictions they experience. We | Jan 9-Feb 13 | 2:30-3:15pm | $40/6 sess | 189541 | 55+ | Rm B Please note that course prices We | Feb 20-Mar 27 | 2:30-3:15pm | $40/6 sess | 193433 | 55+ | Rm B do not include taxes. Instructor: Diana VanderVeen Courses, prices, registration information may change without notice. Please contact the Roundhouse to confirm.

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ADULT

IYENGAR YOGA (19+)

$19/DROP-IN

YOGA FOR RECOVERY (19+)

$15/DROP-IN

HAPPY HIPS AND A HEALTHY SPINE YOGA (19+)

$15/DROP-IN

Physically energizing, deeply relaxing, and emotionally uplifting, this program offers instruction in classical yoga with an emphasis on self-awareness and development of strength, stamina, flexibility, balance, breath and body awareness, postural alignment, and relaxation. Drop-in with instructor approval. No class Feb 18. Mo | Jan 7-Mar 25 | 5:30-7pm | $174/11 sess | 189533 | 19+ | Dance St Instructor: Linda Shevloff Yoga and meditation help detoxify the whole body physically, emotionally, and spiritually. They connect the body with the mind and heart to better manage impulses and cravings, promoting restful sleeps, relaxation, and increased energy. No class Jan 29. Tu | Jan 8-Feb 12 | 7:30-8:45pm | $63/5 sess | 189593 | 19+ | Rm C Tu | Feb 19-Mar 26 | 7:30-8:45pm | $75/6 sess | 189594 | 19+ | Rm C Instructor: Lori Lucas, yoginilori@gmail.com, www.yogawithlorilucas.com Many of us have excessively tight bodies, with our hips and spine often the tightest areas. Reestablish the normal range of motion to the lumbar spine and increase blood flow and synovial fluid to joint tissues. No class Jan 31. Th | Jan 10-Feb 14 | 7:30-8:45pm | $63/5 sess | 189526 | 19+ | Rm C Th | Feb 21-Mar 28 | 7:30-8:45pm | $75/6 sess | 189527 | 19+ | Rm C Instructor: Lori Lucas, yoginilori@gmail.com, www.yogawithlorilucas.com

RESTORATIVE CANDLELIGHT YOGA (19+)

A gentle therapeutic practice of nurturing poses, combined with the use of props, breathing, and meditation to provide a completely supportive environment for total relaxation. Adapted to the student’s needs and physical abilities, it can help reduce anxiety, increase energy, and support physical and emotional well being. Fr | Jan 11-Mar 29 | 6-7:15pm | $102/12 sess | 189595 | 19+ | Music Rm Instructor: Kathryn Turnbull, www.yogaliving.ca

KARMA YOGA VINYASA FLOW (19+)

$10/DROP-IN

KARMA YOGA VINYASA FLOW INTERMEDIATE LEVEL (19+)

$15/DROP-IN

A playful style that mindfully integrates the breath and movements, flowing from one pose to the next gracefully. Suitable for new students up to intermediate beginners. No class Feb 10, 23. Sa | Jan 12-Mar 30 | 9:15-10:45am | $94/11 sess | 189536 | 19+ | Rm C Su | Jan 13-Mar 31 | 9:15-10:45am | $94/11 sess | 189537 | 19+ | Dance St Instructor: Kathryn Turnbull, www.yogaliving.ca More challenging Vinyasa Flow sequences are used in practice to increase strength, stamina, flexibility, and balance. Participants should have a working knowledge of basic yoga poses and confidence to know how to work within their abilities. We | Jan 9-Mar 27 | 7-8pm | $150/12 sess | 189535 | 19+ | Rm C Instructor: Kathryn Turnbull, www.yogaliving.ca

MARTIAL ARTS TAI CHI CHUAN BEGINNERS (19+)

$14/DROP-IN

Learn traditional Chinese exercises to relieve stress and improve health, with movements that emphasize softness, slow motion, concentration, and relaxation. All ages welcome. No experience necessary. No class Feb 23. Sa | Jan 5-Feb 9 | 11:30am-1pm | $69/6 sess | 189556 | 19+ | Rm B Sa | Feb 16-Mar 30 | 11:30am-1pm | $69/6 sess | 189557 | 19+ | Rm B Instructor: Laurens Lee Please note that course prices do not include taxes.

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Information www.roundhouse.ca 604.713.1800 ext 1

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TAI CHI CHUAN INTERMEDIATE (19+)

$14/DROP-IN

Building on skills from the beginner class, further develop movements that emphasize softness, ADULT slow motion, concentration, and relaxation to relieve stress and improve health. No class Feb 23. Sa | Jan 5-Feb 9 | 9:30-11am | $69/6 sess | 189558 | 19+ | Rm B ADULT GYM SPORTS Sa | Feb 16-Mar 30 | 9:30-11am | $69/6 sess | 189559 | 19+ | Rm B REGISTRATION Instructor: Laurens Lee For adult sports we no longer offer a pre-paid SPORTS system. If you’d like a BADMINTON (19+) $6/DROP-IN guaranteed spot, you must register. Waitlist Four courts and equipment are available and all skill levels welcome. No class Feb 18. rules apply. Waitlist Mo | Jan 7-Mar 25 | 8-9:45pm | $61/11 sess | 189494 | 19+ | Gym opens at 10:30am on BALL HOCKEY: RECREATION (19+) $6/DROP-IN the day of the class. Call Enjoy a fast-paced workout while honing your hockey skills. Games are co-ed, non-contact, com- 604-713-1800 press 1 to petitive, and friendly. put your name on the list. Su | Jan 6-Mar 31 | 3-4:45pm | $72/13 sess | 189497 | 19+ | Gym Only one person's name per phone call. Do not BALL HOCKEY: RECREATION – GOALIE (19+) leave a voice message; Su | Jan 6-Mar 31 | 3-4:45pm | Free/13 sess | 189498 | 19+ | Gym speak to a cashier directly. BALL HOCKEY: ADVANCED (19+) $6/DROP-IN You are not guaranteed Enjoy a fast-paced workout while honing your hockey skills. Games are co-ed, non-contact, com- a spot if you are on the petitive, and friendly. No class Feb 18. waitlist. Mo | Jan 7-Mar 25 | 10-11:45pm | $66/12 sess | 189495 | 19+ | Gym

*AFTER-HOURS SPORTS ONECARD PAYMENT

BALL HOCKEY: ADVANCED – GOALIE (19+)

No class Feb 18. Mo | Jan 7-Mar 25 | 10-11:45pm | Free/12 sess | 189496 | 19+ | Gym

A OneCard is mandatory

BASKETBALL: RECREATION (19+)

$6/DROP-IN for after-hours sports

VOLLEYBALL: RECREATION (19+)

$6/DROP-IN SOCCER SUPERVISION

Break a sweat playing full court basketball. Play two 11-minute games with three teams of six, then sit one game out. Tu | Jan 8-Mar 26 | 6-7:45pm | $66/12 sess | 189499 | 19+ | Gym Th | Jan 10-Mar 28 | 8-9:45pm | $66/12 sess | 189500 | 19+ | Gym

payment. Load your OneCard during office hours (Mo-Fr 9am9:30pm, Sa Su INDOOR SOCCER: RECREATION (19+) $6/DROP-IN 9am-4:30pm ) to pay for For players who want to improve their skills and have fun in a non-competitive environment. No your after-hours sports. class Feb 10. ADULT GYM SPORTS Su | Jan 6-Mar 31 | 1-2:45pm | $66/12 sess | 189529 | 19+ | Gym DROP-IN Tu | Jan 8-Mar 26 | 8-9:45pm | $66/12 sess | 189530 | 19+ | Gym All drop-in participants INDOOR SOCCER: INTERMEDIATE (19+) $6/DROP-IN for Adult Gym Sports are required to have a OneFor players with intermediate to advanced skills and knowledge of soccer. Card to participate. SignTh | Jan 10-Mar 28 | 10-11:45pm | $66/12 sess | 189528 | 19+ | Gym ing up for the OneCard is VOLLEYBALL ASSESSMENT free. Please see our front To ensure the consistency of play and safety for all participants, a skill evaluation will be required desk to get yours today. for both registered and drop-in players attending the intermediate and competitive sessions by There is no registration the gym supervisor who reserves the right to recommend appropriate players to a different level. during drop-in sign up. For players who want to imrove their skills and have fun in a non-competitive environment. We | Jan 9-Mar 27 | 6-7:45pm | $66/12 sess | 189564 | 19+ | Gym Su | Jan 6-Mar 31 | 5-6:45pm | $72/13 sess | 189565 | 19+ | Gym

VOLLEYBALL: INTERMEDIATE (19+)

For players with intermediate to advanced skills and knowledge of volleyball. Su | Jan 6-Mar 31 | 7-8:45pm | $72/13 sess | 189563 | 19+ | Gym

To ensure fair play, safety and consistency, games $6/DROP-IN will be supervised and teams will be assigned by the gym supervisor.

Courses, prices, registration information may change without notice. Please contact the Roundhouse to confirm.

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ADULT

VOLLEYBALL: CO-ED COMPETITIVE (19+)

$6/DROP-IN

WHEELCHAIR FLOORBALL (19+)

$6/DROP-IN

This competative program is for experienced men and women, with a minimum of one woman per team each game. No beginner or intermediate players. A solid volleyball foundation is required including the ability to pass, set, serve, spike, and block with proficiency. We | Jan 9-Mar 27 | 8-9:45pm | $66/12 sess | 189562 | 19+ | Gym Wheelchair floorball combines rules from hockey, soccer, and basketball to create fast-paced and inclusive sport. Not limited to wheelchair users or people with disabilities—all are encouraged to play. Drop-ins not guaranteed. Th | Jan 10-Mar 28 | 6-7:45pm | $72/12 sess | 189572 | 19+ | Gym

ADULT GYM SPORTS REGISTRATION

To guarantee your spot, you must register for the entire program. Waitlist registration opens at 10:30am on the first day of the class. Call 604-713-1800, press 1, and speak to a cashier to put your name on the list. No voice messages. Only one name per phone call. You are not guaranteed a spot if you are on the waitlist. Drop-ins available if class is not full. All players must check in by 10 minutes after start time or lose their spot. A 10-visit pass (now on your OneCard!) is mandatory for after-hours (after 10pm Mo-Fr, after 5pm Su) adult gym drop-in programs.

ADULT GYM SPORTS DROP-IN

All drop-in participants for Adult Gym Sports must have a OneCard before they can sign up for drop-in participation. Get your free OneCard at the front desk today.

AFTER-HOURS SPORTS ONECARD PAYMENT

A OneCard is mandatory for after-hours sports. Please load payment onto your OneCard during office hours (Mo-Fr 9am-9:30pm, Sa Su 9am-4:30pm ) prior to paying for your after-hours sports. Staff will swipe your card for payment.

PLAY PRIORITY INFORMATION

When you register for Adult Gym Sports you agree to abide by the Sports Code of Conduct: see your receipt for details. For drop-in sports, call after 10:30am in the morning to put your name on the drop-in list. Only one name per phone call. Registered people have 10 minutes to check in with the gym supervisor; after 10 min, your spot goes to the first person on the waitlist.

ROUNDHOUSE ADULT SPORTS CODE OF CONDUCT

Be a good sport no excessive arguing or complaining Control your temper no yelling, ridiculing or criticizing another player or staff member Be respectful no foul language, no touching another player or staff member (exception: incidental sport contact) Play fair no aggressive or dirty play Govern yourself fouls called on you by the opposing team must be respected

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EDUCATION

OLDER ADULT

HEARING CLINIC (45+)

Test your hearing with the Connect Hearing Clinic. Appointments booked in 15 minute intervals. Please register and sign up for time slot at the front desk. Mo | Jan 21 | 1:30-3:30pm | Free/1 sess | 190839 | 45+ | Rm A Facilitator: Connect Hearing

ALZHEIMER AWARENESS MONTH UNDERSTANDING DEMENTIA (45+)

For family members and caretakers who are looking after a person with dementia. We will discuss how to be more successful advocates for yourself and the person you care for. There will be a focus on residential care advocacy. Mo | Jan 14 | 11am-1pm | Free/1 sess | 200631 | 19+ | Rm B Facilitator: Alzheimer Society of B.C.

LANGUAGE SPANISH BEGINNER LEVEL 1 (55+)

Learn basic conversational Spanish set in practical day-to-day situations to help you when travelling to Spanish-speaking countries. Tu | Jan 8-Mar 26 | 1-2:15pm | $98/12 sess | 189623 | 55+ | Mezz Meeting Rm Instructor: Gloria Alonso

SPANISH BEGINNER LEVEL 2 (55+)

Improve your conversational Spanish by practicing the skills you already have and learning past and future tenses to help you express yourself when travelling to Spanish-speaking countries and meeting new people. No class Feb 18. Mo | Jan 7-Mar 25 | 1-2:15pm | $90/11 sess | 189624 | 55+ | Rm C Instructor: Gloria Alonso

ARTS WATERCOLOUR PAINTING (19+)

$11/DROP-IN

Work with watercolours in a loosely structured and supportive studio setting. Participants are encouraged to work on personal projects to develop their style. Contact instructor for supply list. We | Jan 9-Mar 13 | 11am-1pm | $95/10 sess | 189570 | 19+ | Arts & Crafts Rm Instructor: Bill Miloglav, baldozar@shaw.ca

DRAWING THE FIGURE (25+)

January is Alzheimer’s Awareness Month and people across Canada are standing up and saying, “I live with dementia. Let me help you understand.” Stigma about the disease can discourage people from getting a diagnosis, seeking treatment and support, or disclosing their illness. You can help the Alzheimer Society of B.C. end stigma by learning more about dementia at www.alzheimerbc. org and spreading the word.

$11/DROP-IN

Draw draped models from observation. An emphasis on contour will provide an intuitive way to understand proportions and foreshortening. Fr | Jan 11-Feb 1 | 1:15-3:15pm | $38/4 sess | 189622 | 25+ | Rm C Instructor: Edouard Beaudry Please note that course prices do not include taxes. Courses, prices, registration information may change without notice. Please contact the Roundhouse to confirm.

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OLDER ADULT

SKETCHING IN SITU (25+)

$11/DROP-IN

THE MINDFUL ARTIST (25+)

$11/DROP-IN

Practice the lively style of reporter drawing, using the Roundhouse as your subject. By sketching on location, participants learn to observe their surroundings and to convey them quickly and efficiently. Fr | Feb 8-Mar 1 | 1:15-3:15pm | $38/4 sess | 190815 | 25+ | Rm C Instructor: Edouard Beaudry Combine painting, sketching, and meditation to boost your creativity in a calm environment. The natural flow of your breath will help you to use a variety of techniques to experiment with abstraction. Fr | Mar 8-29 | 1:15-3:15pm | $38/4 sess | 190816 | 25+ | Rm C Instructor: Edouard Beaudry

LET'S WORK WITH COLOURS (25+)

Improve your home and life with the right colour choice. Learn about colour, its interaction with our lived environment, and its effects on our well being, as well as how to change the appearance of your home using different colour combinations. Bring photos of your home, I'll bring the colours. We | Jan 16-Jan 23 | 1:30-3:30pm | $38/2 sess | 190850 | 25+ | Rm C Instructor: Enrica Sacconi

CHINESE CALLIGRAPHY (25+)

Acquire and improve writing skills through the use of Chinese ink, brush, and paper, while practicing the stress releasing ancient art of Chinese handwriting. Tu | Jan 15-Mar 19 | 11am-1pm | $100/10 sess | 189606 | 25+ | Board Rm Instructor: Pansy Poon

MUSIC ROUNDHOUSE CHOIR – SOUND AND SONG (45+)

Please note that course prices do not include taxes.

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This singing group for elders explores how the sounds around us change over the course of our lives through the collaborative writing of new choral works by participants. Choral leader/bassist/composer Mark Beaty introduces deep listening practices, while group members apply new experiences to collective songwriting. Presented in collaboration with the Arts and Health Project. No class Jan 29. Tu | Jan 8-Mar 26 | 1-3pm | $12/10 sess | 189619 | 45+ | Rm C Instructor: Mark Beaty Information www.roundhouse.ca 604.713.1800 ext 1

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JAZZ IN THE MEWS (ALL AGES)

Every Saturday and some Sunday mornings, enjoy a full slate of local musicians OLDER ADULT including: Asheida and Friends, Joel Reid, John Pippus and Friends, Lawless Firm, Maria Morlin Swing Stage Band, Rain City Swing, and Stringz Aloud. More details available at www.roundhouse.ca. To become a part of Jazz in the Mews, please contact Valerie Ferrar (valerie.ferrar@vancouver.ca). No performance Feb 10, 23. Jan 12-Mar 30 | 10:30am-12:30pm | Free | 189534 | All Ages | Foyer

DANCE LINE DANCING (55+)

$7/DROP-IN

Learn the elements of line dancing, a wonderful form of dance and fitness. Wear comfortable cloths and dancing shoes. No experience required. Th | Jan 10-Mar 28 | 12:45-2pm | $81/12 sess | 189612 | 55+ | Dance St Instructor: Phillis Lim

BALLROOM DANCE INSTRUCTION & SOCIAL (55+) $4/DROP-IN

Improve balance, increase motivation, boost memory, and meet new friends in a relaxed and social atmosphere. No partner or experience necessary. Includes 45 minute dance social after class. Fr | Jan 11-Mar 29 | 1:45-3:45pm | $45/12 sess | 189602 | 55+ | Dance St Instructor: Barney Alfred Lee and Karen Jang

ROUNDHOUSE AGELESS DANCERS (55+)

Follow your imagination and discover creative movement. This art project weaves together improvisation, composition, rhythm, experience, and story to co-create community dance. No dance experience is necessary but registration is required. Funded by the Vancouver Park Board. We | Jan 16-Mar 20 | 1-3pm | Free/10 sess | 189656 | 55+ | Dance St Instructor: Heather Lamoureux

HAWAIIAN DANCE LESSONS (55+)

$7/DROP-IN

Experience Aloha while learning the hula which is a form of Hawaiian dance. Take a mini tropical vacation and dance the Vancouver greys away to classics by Elvis and Don Ho. This is a gentle, low-impact exercise which strengthens the core. Fr | Jan 18-Mar 29 | 4-5pm | $65/11 sess | 191184 | 55+ | Dance St Instructor: Yoshiteru Yamamoto

LATIN AND SWING DANCE FREE TRIAL CLASS (25+)

We | Jan 16 | 8:15-9:45pm | Free/1 sess | 189611 | 25+ | Dance St

LATIN AND SWING DANCE (25+)

$18.75/DROP-IN

Learn swing, Latin, and ballroom dance with style and confidence in a fun and supportive environment. No partner or experience required. We | Jan 23-Mar 27 | 8:15-9:45pm | $120/10 sess | 189610 | 25+ | Dance St Instructor: Barney Alfred Lee and Mya Davidson Please note that course prices do not include taxes. Courses, prices, registration information may change without notice. Please contact the Roundhouse to confirm.

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OLDER ADULT

FITNESS JOINT MOBILITY (45+)

$4/DROP-IN

OSTEOFIT (19+)

$4/DROP-IN

Keep your body moving and limber. Suitable for those with arthritis, osteoporosis, and mobility issues, and those starting an exercise program or recovering from an injury or stoke. No class Feb 18. Mo | Jan 7-Mar 25 | 3:30-4:30pm | $47/11 sess | 189609 | 45+ | Dance St Instructor: Keno Kinoshita For those with osteoporosis, arthritis, joint-mobility problems or anyone who wants a lighter exercise routine using bands, weights, and chairs. Fr | Jan 11-Mar 29 | 9:15-10:15am | $51/12 sess | 189616 | 19+ | Dance St Instructor: Keno Kinoshita

MORNING TAI CHI EXERCISE/YUEN GI DANCE (55+)

Energize your morning with gentle exercise and dance in this friendly morning movement group. Volunteer instructors teach this cultural experience doubling as exercise in Cantonese and English. Registration is required and drop-ins are welcome if space permits. No class Feb 18. Mo-Fr | Jan 7-Mar 29 | 9:30-11am | Free/59 sess | 189614 | 55+ | Rm B Instructor: RH Volunteer

WALK AND ROLL SOCIAL (55+)

Regular walking reduces heart disease, lowers cholesterol, and helps to control body weight. Walk the seawall in Yaletown, boost your health, and make friends. Mixed abilities welcome. Arrive five minutes early for a prompt start and note that walks will be cancelled due to heavy rain or snow. Tu | Mar 5-Mar 26 | 11-11:45am | Free/4 sess | 189568 | 55+ | Foyer Instructor: Diana VanderVeen

GROUP FITNESS GENTLE FIT (19+)

Increase fitness, confidence, and strength in this lower-impact class for older adults looking for cardio, balance, and strength training for an overall body workout. No class Feb 18. Mo | Jan 7-Mar 25 | 11-11:45am | See Sidebar/11 sess | 189521 | 19+ | Dance St Instructor: Alannah Lori

GET FIT AND KEEP FIT (19+)

Total body conditioning for all ages using the body ball, steps, weights, and bands to get a great over-all workout. Space and equipment limited. Class size at the discretion of instructor. Tu | Jan 8-Mar 26 | 9:15-10:15am | See Sidebar/12 sess | 189524 | 19+ | Dance St Instructor: Harry Wong Please note that course prices do not include taxes.

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CARDIO COMBO (19+)

Geared towards older adults looking for a lower-impact fitness class providing cardio, balance and strength training for an overall body workout. Increase fitness confidence and strength working with bands. We | Jan 9-Mar 27 | 11:15am-12pm | See Sidebar/12 sess | 189502 | 19+ | Rm B Instructor: Ferial Ahmadzadeh

POSTURE PERFECT (19+)

For older adults, this co-ed class includes a cardio warmup, weights, stability ball, spine work, and stretches, to strengthen the body and improve balance, agility, and posture. Th | Jan 10-Mar 28 | 11:15am-12pm | See Sidebar/12 sess | 189542 | 19+ | Dance St Instructor: Ferial Ahmadzadeh

CARDIO CORE (19+)

Bring your heart rate up and work your core through muscle conditioning. For active and fit older adults. Fr | Jan 11-Mar 29 | 11-11:45am | See Sidebar /12 sess | 189503 | 19+ | Dance St Instructor: Edouard Beaudry

PILATES/YOGA

OLDER ADULT GROUP FITNESS PRICING

Participants must complete a PAR-Q form for health screening purposes. Drop-ins are welcome if the class is not full. Adult $6/drop-in $49/10-class pass 55+ $3.50/drop-in $28/10-class pass

ADAPTIVE PILATES/FUNCTIONAL FITNESS (55+) $6.75/DROP-IN

Increase strength, balance, flexibility, muscle tone, stamina, and well being in a co-ed class for those who want to try adaptive pilates/functional fitness in a welcoming environment. Modifications for movements are available to strengthen and tone your body no matter what restrictions you experience. We | Jan 9-Feb 13 | 2:30-3:15pm | $40/6 sess | 189541 | 55+ | Rm B We | Feb 20-Mar 27 | 2:30-3:15pm | $40/6 sess | 193433 | 55+ | Rm B Instructor: Diana VanderVeen

GENTLE YOGA (55+) ADULTS $14.95/DROP-IN, SENIORS $10.50/DROP-IN

Experience the joy of gentle Hatha with a balanced and creative approach. Focus on breath and mediation in poses, while stretching and experiencing freedom of movement for improved body awareness, flexibility, and core strength. No longer a subsidized class for seniors. No class Feb 18. We | Jan 9-Mar 13 | 9:30-11am | $139/10 sess | 189523 | 55+ | Rm C Mo | Jan 14-Mar 11 | 9:30 -11am | $111/8 sess | 189522 | 55+ | Rm C Instructor: Natalia Nimetz

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OLDER ADULT

SPORTS SENIORS RACQUET SPORTS (55+)

Bring your racquet to enjoy table tennis and badminton. Some knowledge and experience required and mixed-ages play on Mondays. This program is run by the Roundhouse Codes of Ethics; see side bar for more details. No program March 18, 25. Mo We Fr | Jan 7-Mar 29 | 9-11:55am | See Sidebar/33 sess | 189621 | 55+ | Gym Instructor: RH Volunteer

PICKLEBALL BEGINNER (30+)

$4.50/DROP-IN

RAINBOW ROUNDTABLE (55+)

$5/DROP-IN

Learn how to play pickleball, a fun game played on a badminton court with a lowered net, a whiffle ball, and large hand-held paddles. One court of the four courts will be set aside for training beginner pickleball players. Some drop-ins spaces are available and the waitlist will be managed by volunteers 30 minutes prior to start time. Participants required to sign up in person for waitlist. This program is run by the Roundhouse Codes of Ethics. Please see side bar for more details. SENIORS RACQUET Fr | Jan 11-Mar 29 | 1:15-3:15pm | $48/12 sess | 189617 | 30+ | Gym SPORTS PRICING Instructor: RH Volunteer $2/55+ drop-in $13.50/10-visit pass SOCIAL ACTIVITIES MONDAYS: MIXED AGES (19+)

Sharing our stories, wisdom and experiences of the challenges with aging in the $ 3/adult drop-in LGBTQ2S community in a "free discussion" format. The Roundtable will also invite $23.50/10-visit pass guest speakers. Guided by interest, we may include movies, a book club and group ROUNDHOUSE outings. Stand and be counted at the Roundhouse this winter! (Refreshments proADULT SPORTS CODE vided) Feb 1 and Mar 1 will take place in the Mezzanine Meeting Room. OF CONDUCT Fr | Jan 18-Mar 22 | 6:30-8:30pm | Rainbow Be a good sport Roundtable no excessive arguing or $5 Drop-in/12 sess | 189618 | 55+ | Rm C complaining Facilitator: Travis Jones Control your temper ROUNDHOUSE POETRY CIRCLE (55+) no yelling, ridiculing or Meet on the fourth Thursday of the month to discuss work by major poets chosen criticizing another player or by members of the group. Links to poems are provided on the group's website so staff member members can print and read them in advance. Be respectful no foul language, no Th | Jan 24, Feb 28, Mar 28 | 12:45-2:45pm | Free/3 sess | 189620 | 55+ | Multimedia Rm touching another player or Instructor: RH Volunteer, www.roundhousepoetrycircle.wordpress.com staff member (Exception: incidental GAMES sport contact) Play fair MAH JONG (55+) no aggressive or dirty play Originating in China, Mah Jong is played with a set of 136 tiles based on Chinese Govern yourself characters and symbols. Tables and pieces are included and experience is required. fouls called on you by the Tables are available on a first come, first serve basis. Monday classes end at opposing team must be 12:45pm. No class Feb 18. Mah Jong will take place in the Mezzainine Mar 25. 26. respected Please note that course prices do not include taxes.

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Mo | Jan 7-Mar 26 | 9am-12:45pm | Free/11 sess | 189613 | 55+ | Rm A Tu | Jan 7-Mar 26 | 9am-4pm | Free/12 sess | 189613 | 55+ | Rm A nformation www.roundhouse.ca 604.713.1800 ext 1

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BRIDGE INSTRUCTION (55+)

$6/DROP-IN

Participants receive instruction in contact (standard) bridge from a Roundhouse OLDER ADULT volunteer. An understanding of bridge is required and all equipment is provided. Tu | Jan 8-Mar 26 | 5:30-7pm | $62/12 sess | 189604 | 55+ | Rm A Instructor: RH Volunteer

BRIDGE – SOCIAL DROP-IN (55+) $3/DROP-IN OR $20/10-VISIT PASS SOCIAL GAMES DROP-IN PRICING

Enjoy contact (standard) bridge with other experienced players. All equipment is provided. Tu | Jan 8-Mar 26 | 7:05-9:50pm | See sidebar/12 sess | 189603 | 55+ | Rm A Instructor: RH Volunteer

Bridge Drop-In, Chess, Euchre CHESS – SOCIAL DROP-IN (55+) $3/DROP-IN OR $20/10-VISIT PASS 55+ Play chess in a social and friendly atmosphere. Basic knowledge of the game is $3/drop-in required and some boards will be provided. $20/10-visit pass Tu | Jan 8-Mar 26 | 10am-12pm | See sidebar/12 sess | 189605 | 55+ | Mezzanine Instructor: RH Volunteer

EUCHRE – SOCIAL DROP-IN (55+) $3/DROP-IN OR $20/10-VISIT PASS

Euchre is a trick-taking game most commonly played with four people in partnerships. Basic skills are required. Enjoy the social gathering of playing cards. Th | Jan 17-Mar 28 | 1-3pm | See sidebar/11 sess | 189607 | 55+ | Mezzanine Instructor: RH Volunteer

SENIORS EVENTS CHINESE LANTERN MAKING WORKSHOP (ALL AGES)

Join the Chinese New Year festivities and help decorate the Roundhouse for this special event. You will be guided on lantern making with our resident artist, Amanda Lye. Mo | Feb 4 | 11am-1pm | Free/1 sess | 200831 | All Ages | Foyer Instructor: Amanda Lye

CHINESE NEW YEAR LUNCH AND DANCE (25+)

Enjoy Chinese food for lunch and Words of Good Will drawn by Pansy Poon in Chinese calligraphy in celebration of the year of the Pig. Lunch will be followed by dancing with a DJ. Please register by Feb 12. Fr | Feb 15 | 12-2:30pm | $12 | 189608 | 25+ | Exhibition Hall

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REGISTRATION REGISTRATION—ONLINE, IN-PERSON, PHONE REFUNDS HOURS OF OPERATION Mon - Fri, 9am-9:45pm Sat & Sun, 9am-4:45pm

ONLINE ACCOUNT

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 11 9AM ONLINE AND IN-PERSON REGISTRATION

No online registration for the following programs: Afterschool Kids Club, private music lessions, and Woodworking 2 & 3.

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 12

9AM PHONE REGISTRATION If this is your first time registering online, please Register for all programs. Call 604-713-1800 and press 1. create an account at the REFUNDS, WAITLISTS, CANCELLATIONS, PROGRAM CHANGES time you register. Visit www.roundhouse.ca/ The following applies to all types of programs and policies. registration-services • Before processing, all refunds must be approved by a programmer. or call the front desk to • $10 RECEIPT REPRINT FEE applies to all receipt reprint requests. help you set up an online • $35 FEE will be charged for all NSF (not sufficient funds) cheques. account in advance at • $10 ADMINISTRATION FEE applies to all refunds for courses that cost more than $20. 604-713-1800 ex 1. Front • $5 TRANSFER FEE applies to all course transfers. desk closes 15 minutes • All refunds must be applied for by phone or in person: no email, fax or voice message. prior to building closure. • Full refunds are issued for courses that are cancelled by the Roundhouse. • Materials fees are non-refundable unless the course is cancelled. PAYMENT • All refunds are counted from the date of the first class of the course. If you have registered late, Fees are payable at the after the course’s start date, refunds will still be counted from the date of the first class. time of registration. Roundhouse accepts Visa, • For courses that have already started, you will be given a pro-rated refund (full amount minus the classes that have gone by) only when approved by programmers. Instructors and frontline staff MasterCard, Amex, debit, cannot make this decision. Classes need to reach minimum enrolment before refunds are issued. cash and cheques. • If you must withdraw for medical reasons after the normal refund deadline has passed, a docAll phone registrations tor’s note and a programmer’s permission are required for a pro-rated refund. The refund will be are payable at the time of granted only from the date when the programmer has the doctor's note in hand. registration. Receipts can • All waiting lists are on a first-come, first-served basis. be emailed to you, held Regular Program Refunds for you at the front desk at • For a full refund, 48 hours' notice by phone or in person is required before the first class starts. your request, or accessed • 24 hours' notice is required before the second class starts for a pro-rated refund. online by logging into Specialized Program Cancellation and Refunds: your Park Board account. Woodworking, Pottery, Music, Workshops, Special Events Please make cheques pay- • Cancellations must be requested 48 hours in advance of the start date. able to City of Vancouver. • Refunds must be requested 72 hours in advance of start date; no refunds issued once classes You must show valid ID commence. for all cheque payments. • Woodworking: The first class is mandatory. A $35 fee will be charged • Music: No make-up classes if a student misses a class. for all NSF (not sufficient Tennis funds) cheques. • All refunds require a 7-day notice before the first class starts. All refunds are made in Daycamps • All refunds require a 10-day notice before the start of the week for which the child is registered. the method of payment, • $10 ADMINISTRATION FEE applies to each refund request per child or you can be issued a • $5 TRANSFER FEE applies to each transfer request per child credit to your account. Cheque refunds may take Birthday Parties • All refunds require a 10-day notice before the party starts. If you give less than 10 days notice up to 30 days to clear you will be charged a $50 refund fee. and another 30 days to Games Room process. • Patrons are required to have a OneCard to use the games room. • The games room is reserved for children Mo-Fr 3-6pm.

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ROUNDHOUSE CASUAL ROOM USE POLICY

ROOMS AND

Roundhouse patrons can drop in and use an available room for a MAXIMUM OF 2 CONSECUTIVE RENTALS HOURS PER DAY. The first hour is free, and the second hour, or portion thereof, is $5. Room use is not for the purposes of financial gain, to provide instruction, establish or promote outside activities or programs, or run large group meetings. Room use is for activities such as rehearsals, studying, or small meetings. The following conditions apply: • Room use is limited to three (3) people only. Four or more is considered a rental. • A room cannot be reserved in advance. Use is on a first-come, first-served basis. • You must sign up for a OneCard and hand it in to the front desk before using the room. • You must leave the room clean and organized the way you found it. Also: - Roundhouse staff will not provide or set up equipment. - You cannot leave or store materials or artwork in the Roundhouse. - Your use of the space must not disturb or conflict with other programming or rentals. • You will be responsible for the financial cost of replacing any equipment that is lost, or repairing any damage that occurs while you use the room. • The room is to be vacated at least 30 minutes before Roundhouse closes. • Your use of the space must not contravene the Human Rights Code. • Roundhouse staff reserves the right to ask patrons to vacate the space if the above regulations are not met, or if the staff has any unforeseen or emergency needs for programming space. TURNTABLE PLAZA • Failure to comply with this policy or follow the directions given by Roundhouse staff will result in immediate loss of access to Roundhouse rooms and may lead to cancellation of room use in the future.

RENT THE ROUNDHOUSE Located in downtown Vancouver, close to hotels, parks, the Seawall, shopping, theatres, restaurants and more, the Roundhouse offers a unique venue for hosting a variety of events, from casual and private to formal and public. We have the right space for your particular needs. Our experienced, professional staff give us the flexibility to host a wide range of events such as: meetings, birthday parties, weddings, private parties, conferences, festivals, and professional theatre, dance and music performances. Rental spaces include a variety of multi-purpose rooms, a 200-seat performance centre, a versatile exhibition/festival hall, a dance studio, and a full gymnasium. For information, rental rates, and space availability, contact our Rental Liaison Laura MacKay at 604-713-1811 or laura.mackay@vancouver.ca, or visit bit.ly/OnlineRentals. EXHIBITION HALL

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PERFORMANCE CENTRE

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ONECARD, ONECARD FEES, POLICIES Pick up your free Vancouver Park Board OneCard at any community centre. Your OneCard gives you PROGRAM PROPOSAL DEADLINES Winter: September 15 Spring/Summer: December 15 Fall: May 15 Recreation programs offered at the Roundhouse include: prenatal, postnatal, infant, preschool, children, youth, adults, older adults, and seasonal events. All proposals must be submitted via an online form. Go to roundhouse.ca, select Get Involved, select Program Proposals

access to all centre programs, facilities and equipment. Picture ID is required to issue a OneCard. Pictures are taken for our records and are not displayed on the OneCard.

ROUNDHOUSE MEMBERSHIP Roundhouse memberships are complimentary when you register for a program. However, for voting privileges at the AGM, you may purchase an annual membership at the front desk. Info at www. roundhouse.ca/get-involved/membership

PROGRAM SUBSIDIES The Leisure Access (LA) Program is provided by the Vancouver Park Board to help Vancouver residents with limited income access Park Board programs and services. The Roundhouse will provide a subsidy of up to 50% off registration or drop-in fees for one program, per season, per person, to LA holders. Some programs that are exempt from the subsidy include pottery, woodworking, private music lessons and birthday parties. To learn more about the LA Program, visit the Park Board website at www.vancouverparks.ca and click on the “Access Services” link or call the LA office at 604-257-8497. If you require an additional subsidy beyond what is available, contact the front desk to make an appointment with a programmer.

EQUIPMENT USE POLICY For rental clients, certain equipment can be booked for a fee with the Rental Liaison. An office supplies kit (flip chart stand and paper) is available for rent at $10. All equipment is dependent on availability. For patrons, requests for equipment must be made through the front desk on a first-come, first-served basis and may not be pre-booked. If the equipment you are requesting is available, it will be issued in exchange for your OneCard and the applicable fee. Your card will be returned when you bring the equipment back to the front desk. Patrons are responsible for any loss or damage. Games Room equipment—such as table tennis racquets and balls, foosball, air hockey, and pool cues and balls—is available for free with a OneCard.

ACCESS AND SPECIAL NEEDS All of the facilities and programs offered in this guide are designed for people of all ages and abilities. To help us give you better service, we encourage you to let us know your support needs in advance. Before registering, call the front desk and ask to speak to a programmer.

BICYCLES Bicycles are not permitted in the building. Bicycle racks are located at Roundhouse’s main entrances off Pacific Boulevard or Roundhouse Mews.

ANIMALS Animals are not permitted in the building unless they are service dogs certified under the British Columbia Guide Animal Act.

FREEDOM OF INFORMATION PRIVACY ACT Your information will only be used for the purpose of administering programs, informing you of our services, and for statistical purposes. For information on our privacy policies and practices, or to contact our Privacy Officer, please call 604-713-1800.

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The Roundhouse is not responsible for lost and found items. All lost and found items turned into the front desk will be kept for 30 days. After 30 days, all items will be donated to a local charity. For information www.roundhouse.ca 604.713.1800 ext 1


GYM SCHEDULE

GYM SCHEDULE: JANUARY – MARCH 2019

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9-11:55am Seniors Racquet Sports*

9:15-11:45am Parent & Tot Gym*

9-11:55am Seniors Racquet Sports*

9:15-11:45am Parent & Tot Gym*

9-11:55am Seniors Racquet Sports*

9:15-11:45am Parent & Tot Gym*

Sportball 9:15-10am Parent & Tot 10-11am Multisport 11-11:45am Junior

12:2512:55pm Elsie Roy Basketball

12:2512:55pm Elsie Roy Soccer

12:30-2:30pm Parent & Tot Gym*

12:2512:55pm Elsie Roy Hockey

12:2512:55pm Elsie Roy Dodgeball

12-12:45pm Birthday Party

12-12:45pm Birthday Party

1:15-3:15pm Parent & Tot Gym*

Sportball Soccer 1:30-2:15pm Parent & Child 2:15-3:15pm Ages 3-6 3:30-4:30pm Ages 6-10

Sportball 1-2pm Multisports 2-2:45pm Parent & Tot

1:15-3:15pm Pickleball BEG

1-2:45pm Youth Basketball*

1-2:45pm Soccer REC*

Raincity Basketball* 3:30-4:30pm Ages 6-8 4:30-5:30pm Ages 9-13

4:30-6pm Pre-teen/ Youth Open Gym* 4:40-5:50pm Youth Volleyball: Train & Play

Indoor Tennis* 3:15-3:45pm Ages 4-5 3:45-4:45pm Ages 6-8 4:45-5:45pm Ages 9-13

6-7:30pm Volleyball Clinic All Levels

6-7:45pm Basketball REC*

6-7:45pm Volleyball REC*

6-7:45pm Wheelchair Floorball*

8-9:45pm Badminton*

8-9:45pm Soccer REC*

8-9:45pm Volleyball COM*

8-9:45pm Basketball REC*

10-11:45pm Ball Hockey* ADV*†

CLOSURES

Dec 8, 15, 20-22 Dec 25-Jan 1 Jan 2-4 Feb 18 Mar 18, 25

DROP-INS

(*) Programs with an asterisk accept drop-ins. All drop-ins require a fee; please pay at the front desk. You must pay with a OneCard after hours.

AFTER-HOURS SPORTS PAYMENT

3-6pm Pre-teen/ Youth Open Gym

3:30-5pm Pre-teen Open Gym*

3:30-5:45pm Intro to Skatebd'g

5-9pm Youth Sports Night *

3-4:45pm Youth Volleyball*

10-11:45pm Soccer INT*†

3-4:45pm Ball Hockey REC* 5-6:45pm Volleyball REC*†

7-8:45pm Volleyball INT*†

(†) A 10-visit pass loaded onto your OneCard is mandatory for after-hours (after 10pm Mo-Fr, after 5pm Su) adult gym dropin programs. Load your OneCard during office hours only (Mo-Fr 9am9:30pm, Sa Su 9am-4:30pm).

NO CLASS DATES

Please check program descriptions for seasonal dates and no class dates.

CO-ED

Programs are co-ed unless otherwise indicated.

GYM SET-UP

At times, the gym will be divided 1/3 and 2/3 to accommodate activities.

SCHEDULE KEY

REC Recreational BEG Beginner INT Intermediate ADV Advanced COM Competitive

SCHEDULE IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE AT ANYTIME WITHOUT NOTICE

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DANCE STUDIO DANCE STUDIO SCHEDULE: JANUARY – MARCH 2019 SCHEDULE CLOSURES

Dec 15, 20-22 Dec 25-Jan 1 Jan 2-4 Feb 18

DROP-INS

(*) Programs with an asterisk accept drop-ins. All drop-ins require a fee; please pay at the front desk.

MON

TUE

WED

THU

FRI

SAT

SUN

9:4510:45am Fit4Two® Mom & Baby Fitness*

9:15-10:15am Group Fitness: Get Fit and Keep Fit*

9:4510:45am Fit4Two® Mom & Baby Fitness*

9:3010:30am Core and Spine*

9:15-10:15am Osteofit*

9:15-10:45am Karma Yoga*

11-11:45am Group Fitness: Gentle Fit*

10:4511:45am Fit4Two® Tummies 4 Mommies Infant Massage

11:45am12:15pm Brightstars Performing Arts

11:15am12pm Group Fitness: Posture Perfect*

11-11:45am Group Fitness: Cardio Core*

Creative Ballet* 9-10:35am Ages 3-4 10:4011:25am Ages 4-5 11:30am12:30pm Ages 5-8

12:2512:45pm Zumbini®

12:2512:55pm Elsie Roy Hip Hop

12:2512:55pm Elsie Roy All Star Performers

12:45-2pm Line Dancing*

12-1pm Zumba® Noon*

12:451:45pm Groovazon*

1-1:45pm Mini Hip Hop*

1-3pm Roundhouse Ageless Dancers

3-3:30pm Mini Acrobatic Dancer*

1:45-3:45pm Seniors Ballroom Dance*

2:30-4pm All Bodies Dance

NO CLASS DATES

Please check program descriptions for seasonal dates and no class dates. 3:30-4:30pm Joint Mobility*

4-4:45pm Capoeira* Ages 6-8

3:30-4:15pm Acrobatic Dance*

5-6pm Capoeira* Ages 9-13

4:15-5pm Acrobatic Dance*

5:30-7pm Iyengar Yoga* 7:308:30pm Ultimate Conditioning*

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5:45-6:45pm Zumba®*

6-7:15pm Argentine Tango Social Dance

7-8pm Core and More

7-8pm Fit4Two® Prenatal Fitness*

7:30-8:30pm Body Re-Boot*

8-9pm #dance happy*

8:15-9:45pm Latin & Swing Dance*

2:304:30pm Roundhouse Community Dancers

4-5pm Hawaiian Dance*

SCHEDULE IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE For information AT ANYTIME www.roundhouse.ca WITHOUT NOTICE 604.713.1800 ext 1


3D Printing Workshops and Meetups (19+) 39 ESL for Adults (19+) 40 #dancehappy (All Ages) 46 Euchre – Social Drop-In (55+) 57 Acrobatic Dance (4-6) 24 Family Clay Time (2-5) 23 Acrobatic Yoga (6-10) 29 Family Yoga (6+) 30 Acrylic Painting with Bill (19+) 41 Fantastic Boys (9-12) 35, 37 Adaptive Pilates/Functional Fitness (55+) 47, 55 Farsi Club (3-6) 22 Afterschool Kids Club (K-12) 35 Fit 4 Two® Infant Massage Workshop 21 All Bodies Dance (18+) 45 Fit 4 Two® Mom and Baby Fitness (19+) 21 Animal Kingdom Movements (2-4) 25 Fit 4 Two® Prenatal Core Workshop (19+) 20 Architecture for Kids (6-10) 28 Fit 4 Two® Prenatal Fitness (19+) 20 Argentine Tango Social Dance (19+) 45 Fit 4 Two® Tummies 4 Mommies & Infant (19+) 21 Art and Music Together (1-4) 23 Friday Pre-teen Open Gym (8-12) 38 Art and Music Together Camp (2-4) 26 Friday Youth Night (8-18) 37, 38 Art is Fun (3-5) 23 Gentle Fit (19+) 47, 54 Art is Fun Camp (3-5) 26 Gentle Yoga (55+) 55 Atomic Volleyball Spring Break Camp (9-12) 32, 38 Get Fit and Keep Fit (19+) 47, 54 Awesome Girls (9-12) 35, 37 Groovazon (19+) 46 Baby and Me Yoga (19+) 21 Guitar with Justin (7+) (19+) 29, 44 Baby Sign Language (Newborn-2) 21 Happy Hips and a Healthy Spine Yoga (19+) 48 Badminton (19+) 49 Hawaiian Dance Lessons (55+) 53 Ball Hockey: Advanced & Goalie (19+) 49 Hearing Clinic (45+) 51 Ball Hockey: Recreation & Goalie (19+) 49 Hip Hop Culture for Youth Drop-In (10-25) 36 Ballroom Dance Instruction & Social (55+) 53 Indoor Soccer: Recreation & Intermediate (19+) 49 Basketball: Recreation (19+) 49 Intro to Music Production – Byte Camp (9-14) 32 Before School Kids Club (K-12) 35 Intro to Skateboarding - Beginners (7-12) 31, 38 Birthday Party (2-8) 27 Iyengar Yoga (19+) 48 Birthday Party: Painting (3-9) 27 Jazz and Tap (3-4) 25 Body Re-Boot (19+) 46 Jazz in the Mews (All Ages) 44, 53 Bricks 4 Kidz: Air, land & Sea (5-10) 27 Joint Mobility (45+) 54 Bricks 4 Kidz LEGO Remote Control Mania (5-10) 32 Karate (4-18) 31, 37 Bricks 4 Kidz Water World (5-10) 33 Karate Fun (4-7) 31 Bridge Instruction (55+) 57 Karate Green Belt and Above (11-18) 31 Bridge – Social Drop-In (55+) 57 Karate Junior (8-10) 31 Brightstars Performing Arts (2-3) 24 Karate Senior (11-18) 31 Building Off of Drawing: Learning To See Pt 2 42 Karma Yoga Vinyasa Flow (19+) 48 Capoeira (6-13) 31 Karma Yoga Vinyasa Flow Intermediate (19+) 48 Cardio Combo (19+) 47, 55 Kids Architecture Camp (6-8) 32 Cardio Core (19+) 47, 55 Kids Pottery (9-13) 28, 36 Cartooning and Animation (7-12) 28, 36 Latin and Swing Dance (25+) 45, 53 Cartooning and Animation Camp (7-12) 33 Learning with Magic (5-12) 27 Catch a Famous Artist Camp (5-10) 32 Learning with Magic Camp (6-12) 32 Chess – Social Drop-In (55+) 57 Let's Work With Colours (25+) 41, 52 Childbirth Preparation Prenatal Workshop (19+) 20 Lights, Camera, Action! Movie Making Camp 33 Chinese Calligraphy (25+) 42, 52 Line Dancing (55+) 53 Chinese Lantern Making Workshop (All Ages) 57 Mad Science For Kids (6-11) 28 Chinese New Year Lunch and Dance (25+) 57 Mad Science For Preschoolers (3-5) 22 Chronic Pain Self-Management Program (19+) 40 Magic for Little Fingers (3-5) 23 Claws, Codes & Constellations (6-11) 33 Mah Jong (55+) 56 Core and More (19+) 46 Make it Monday – Family Art Night (2-8) 22 Core and Spine Fit (19+) 46 Manology:21st Century Masculinity (19+) 39 Creative Ballet (3-5) (5-8) 25, 30 Mindfulness Meditation (18+) 40 Creative Kids Yoga Camp (2-3) 26 Mini Acrobatic Dancers (2-3) 24 Creative Yoga Play (2-5) 25 Mini Hip Hop (3-5) 24 Dance Connection (8-12) 36 Morning Tai Chi Exercise/Yuen Gi Dance (55+) 54 Discover Electronics: Adv'd (STEM) (8-12) 28, 36 Music Together (0-5) 23 Dog Obedience Beginners (19+) 40 NEPP Earthquake Prep for your Pets (19+) 39 Dog Obedience Intermediate and Agility (19+) 40 NEPP Earthquake Prep - Personal & Family (19+) 4 0 Drawing: Learning To See (19+) 42 Orff Music For Babies and Toddlers (1-4) 23 Drawing the Figure (25+) 41, 51 Osteofit (19+) 54 Early Math Matters (3-6) 22 Parent and Tot Gym Time (0-5) 25 Elsie Roy Noon Hour: Piano: Musical Expressions (5+) (19+) 24, 29, 45 All Stars Performers (5-12) 34 Piano with Lydia (4+) (19+) 24, 29, 44 Art Attack (5-10) 34 Piano with Susie (4+) (19+) 24, 29, 44 Basketball (6-12) 33 Pickleball Beginner (30+) 56 Cartoon Mania (5-10) 35 Posture Perfect (19+) 47, 55 Chess (6-12) 34 Pottery: Clay Play (6-10) 34 Drop-in (19+) 42 Discover Electronics (8-12) 33 Hand and Wheel Throwing with Sue (19+) 42 Dodgeball (7-12) 35 Hand and Wheel with Kate (19+) 43 Handicrafts in Spanish (5-10) 33 Hand and Wheel with Vin (19+) 42 Hip Hop (5-9) 34 Throw, Throwing, Thrown w Nora (19+) 42 Hockey (7-12) 34 Prenatal Pilates (19+) 20 Kids Yoga (5-12) 34 Prenatal Yoga (19+) 20 Learning with Magic (5-12) 34 Pre-teen/Youth Open Gym (8-18) 39 Lego Lunch Club (5-10) 35 Pro D Day Camp (K-12) 35 Mixed Martial Arts (6-12) 34 Rainbow Roundtable (55+) 56 ForSoccer (7-12) 34 Raincity Basketball Skills Sessions (6-13) 30 information www.roundhouse.ca 604.713.1800 ext 1 Unique Creations (6-12) 33 Red Cross Babysitting (11-15) 28, 37

COURSE INDEX Red Cross Staysafe! (9-13) 28, 37 Restorative Candlelight Yoga (19+) 48 Roundhouse Ageless Dancers (55+) 45, 53 Roundhouse Choir – Sound and Song (45+) 52 Roundhouse Community Dancers (19+) 45 Roundhouse Poetry Circle (55+) 56 Roundhouse Runners – Youth Running Club 31, 38 Secret Agent Lab Camp (6-11) 32 Secrets to Outstanding Photography (19+) 40 Seniors Racquet Sports (55+) 56 Sing your Song Camp (7-11) 32 Sketching in Situ (25+) 52, 41 Sole Girls (7-13) 30 Spanish Beginner Level 1 (55+) 51 Spanish Beginner Level 2 (55+) 51 Spanish for Beginners (5-10) 27 Spanish for Beginners Adults Level 1 (19+) 40 Spanish for Beginners Adults Level 2 (19+) 41 Spanish for Conversation (19+) 41 Spanish for Intermediate (5-10) 27 Spanish for Preschoolers (3-5) 22 Sportball: Indoor Soccer (3-5) (6-9) 25, 30 Indoor Soccer Parent and Child (2-3) 25 Junior (1-2) 26 Multisport (3-5) 26 Spring Break AfterCamp (K-12) 36 Spring Break DayCamp (K-12) 36 Tai Chi Chuan Beginners (19+) 48 Tai Chi Chuan Intermediate (19+) 49 Tennis: Indoor (4-5) (9-13) 26, 30 Tennis: Indoors (6-8) 30 The Mindful Artist (25+) 41, 52 The Reading Tree (3-5) 22 Ultimate Conditioning (19+) 47 Understanding Dementia (45+) 51 Vancouver Sun Run In Training (19+) 47 Violin with Hannah (6+) (19+) 29, 45 Voicewith Asheida (7+) 29 Volleyball: Co-ed Competitive (19+) 50 Intermediate (19+) 49 Recreation (19+) 49 Train & Play (10-12) 38 Train & Play (10-12) 30 Walk and Roll Social (55+) 54 Watercolour and Drawing Together (19+) 41 Watercolour Painting (19+) 51 Wheelchair Floorball (19+) 50 Winter Nature Club (3-5) 22 Woodworking: Drop-in (19+) 43 HT Demys with Spoon Carving (19+) 44 HT Demys with Spoon Carving Level 1 (19+) 4 4 Level 1 (19+) 43 Level 1 with Wood Turning (19+) 44 Level 2 (19+) 43 Safety Orientation (19+) 43 Yoga for Recovery (19+) 48 Youth4Youth – RH Youth Council (13-18) 39 Youth Basketball Drop-In (10-18) 39 Youth Lounge (8-18) 37 Youth Volleyball Drop-In (10-18) 39 Zumba (19+) 46 Zumba Noon (19+) 46 Zumbini® (0-4) 24


Empty Homes Tax: Declare by February 4

Because a home should be lived in. It’s that time of year again! Every homeowner needs to make an Empty Homes Tax declaration, even if you live in your property.

Visit vancouver.ca/eht or phone 3-1-1 Jan 1

Dec 31

START OF TAX YEAR

END OF TAX YEAR

2018

Feb 4

2019

CITYSCAPES – IMPRESSIONS OF OUR CITY MAR 1 – APR 30 SEE PAGE 17

FLOATING ON FOG TERRY BEAUPRE

FREE COURSES 3D Printing Workshops and Meetups (19+) 39 #dancehappy (All Ages) 46 All Bodies Dance (18+) 45 Awesome Girls (9-12) 35, 37 Ball Hockey: Rec & Adv – Goalie (19+) 49 Capoeira Free Trial Class (6-13) 31 Chinese Lantern Making Workshop (All Ages) 57 Chronic Pain Self-Management Program (19+) 40 Fantastic Boys (9-12) 35, 37 Friday Pre-teen Open Gym (8-12) 38 Friday Youth Night (8-18) 37, 38 Hearing Clinic (45+) 51 Hip Hop Culture for Youth Drop-In (10-25) 36 Jazz in the Mews (All Ages) 44, 53 Latin and Swing Dance Free Trial Class (25+) 53 Mah Jong (55+) 56 Morning Tai Chi Exercise/Yuen Gi Dance (55+) 54 NEPP Earthquake Prep for your Pets (19+) 39 NEPP Earthquake Prep- Personal & Family (19+)40 Pre-teen/Youth Open Gym (8-18) 39 Roundhouse Ageless Dancers (55+) 45, 53

NEW COURSES Roundhouse Community Dancers (19+) 45 Roundhouse Poetry Circle (55+) 56 Roundhouse Runners – Youth Running Club 31, 38 Secrets to Outstanding Photography (19+) 40 Understanding Dementia (45+) 51 Youth4Youth – Roundhouse Youth Council 39 Youth Basketball Drop-In (10-18) 39 Youth Lounge (8-18) 37 Youth Volleyball Drop-In (10-18) 39 Zumba Free trial Class (19+) 46

NEW COURSES Adaptive Pilates/Functional Fitness (55+) 47, 55 Atomic Volleyball Spring Break Camp (9-12) 32, 38 Awesome Girls (9-12) 35, 37 Before School Kids Club (K-12) 35 Building Off of Drawing: Learning To See Pt 2 42 Chinese Lantern Making Workshop (All Ages) 57 Chinese New Year Lunch and Dance (25+) 57 Core and More (19+) 46

Core and Spine Fit (19+) 46 Drawing: Learning To See (19+) 42 Drawing the Figure (25+) 41, 51 Elsie Roy Noon Hour: Dodgeball (7-12) 35 Elsie Roy Noon Hour: Mixed Martial Arts (6-12) 34 Family Yoga (6+) 30 Fantastic Boys (9-12) 35, 37 Hawaiian Dance Lessons (55+) 53 Intro to Skateboarding – Beginners (7-12) 31, 38 Let's Work With Colours (25+) 41, 52 Mini Acrobatic Dancers (2-3) 24 Piano with Susie (4+) (19+) 24, 29, 44 Roundhouse Runners – Youth Running Club 38 Secrets to Outstanding Photography (19+) 40 Sketching in Situ (25+) 41, 52 The Mindful Artist (25+) 41, 52 Volleyball – Train & Play (10-12) 30, 38 Youth4Youth – Roundhouse Youth Council 39 Youth Basketball Drop-In (10-18) 39 Youth Lounge (8-18) 37 Youth Volleyball Drop-In (10-18) 39

Roundhouse Winter 2019 Program Guide  

Winter 2019 Event and Course Listings for the Roundhouse Community Arts & Recreation Centre in Vancouver, BC, Canada

Roundhouse Winter 2019 Program Guide  

Winter 2019 Event and Course Listings for the Roundhouse Community Arts & Recreation Centre in Vancouver, BC, Canada

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