Dancing the Parenting 2022-2023 : but what about COVID-19?

Photo by Yvonne Chew

2022-2023 Dancing the Parenting Programs are held in person once again !

But what about COVID-19?

There are currently no restrictions or indication that restrictions will be placed for dance classes this fall. That being said, we, and the community centre are committed to enabling a safe and healthy environment for everyone attending classes. 

Hygiene protocols are in place and anyone with a slight indication of a communicable disease will have to stay home. We will also hold and invite group and individual discussions on risk, physical distancing, masking, and touching. If any new provincial or federal guidance were to unfold, updates would be emailed to registrants.

If the weather is good, we may hold some of our sessions at Jonathan Roger’s Park at 1110 west 7th ave. We have created a large dance mat that makes it comfortable to move on the grass.

If you have any concerns in advance of registering, don’t hesitate to reach out to us.

To consult the province-wide restrictions, please click here.

We hope you have a good session! Thank you and stay safe!

Moving Resting Nesting at SFU Burnaby Mountain Campus!

Photo by Riz Herbosa

We are very excited to partner with Giuliana Lira and Minoru Higa’s family to propose a community workshop and an excerpt of our performance Moving Resting Nesting for SFU students who are also parents of small children!

Moving Resting Nesting is Foolish Operations’ new immersive performance for young children and their adults. Set in a park, musicians and dancers guide children and their adults through a journey where they meet curious characters, magical objects and illustrations, interactive dance and music performances to connect with their inner songbirds and wonder about the world of birds and trees.

Date : Saturday September 24th 2022

When: 10:30-11:15am

Where : SFU Burnaby Mountain Campus (exact location and more information to be posted soon)

Who: Families with children between 3-7 yrs old

Register here!

Download our participant guide here!

Watch our trailer here

The event is funded by SFU community engagement grants