After listening and consulting with experts, we have decided that meeting outdoors is the safest way to hold our in-person classes. In addition to continuing our popular online classes, we are thrilled to welcome your family to our in-person, outdoor classes this fall!
Our in-person classes this fall will feature the same quality instruction and enthusiastic teaching team you've come to expect from us, but due to COVID, things may look a little different.
- Classes will be held outside at two, centrally-located parks in Kitchener and Guelph
- Outside classes will be limited to 6 families per class
- Families will be physically distanced at all times and will be required to wear masks/face sheilds while moving to their designated outdoor location
- Parents are responsible for ensuring kids do not stray from their family's designated zone
- Each participant will receive their own instrument package; instruments will not be shared between families
- Health screening will be done at the start of each class - Anyone who does exhibits signs of COVID-19 will be asked to leave
- Teachers will wear a face sheild for the duration
- Rain or bad weather? Classes will move to an online format for that day
- There will be no make-up classes
Please see our Class Tuition page for tuition information and what is included with either your online or in-person class registration.
Be sure to scroll all the way down to see all upcoming class options. To learn more about a class, please use the 'Class Description' tab below.
- In-Person Classes - 45 minutes in length, one class each week
- Online Live Classes - 25 minutes in length, twice each week
We offer four sessions a year (fall, winter, spring and summer) for 10 weeks (except for summer). Classes are designed for parents/caregivers to attend with their children and includeinclude songs, rhythmic rhymes, movement, and instrument play. These activities are presented as informal, non-performance-oriented musical experiences developmentally appropriate for children and easy for parents and caregivers, regardless of their musical ability.