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Creative Dance for Children in Grades 1 & 2

In a fun, inclusive class led by professional Canadian dance-artist, Jessica Runge, students will learn age-appropriate dance exercises and games. Jessica Runge has over fifteen years of teaching creative movement to children in diverse settings.

Creative Dance for JK & SK

In a fun, inclusive class led by professional Canadian dance-artist, Jessica Runge, students will learn age-appropriate dance exercises and games. Jessica Runge has over fifteen years of teaching creative movement to children in diverse settings.

Creative Dance for Children in Grades 2 – 4

In a fun, inclusive class led by professional Canadian dance-artist, Jessica Runge, students will learn age-appropriate dance exercises and games. Jessica Runge has over fifteen years of teaching creative movement to children in diverse settings.

Creative Dance for JK & SK

In a fun, inclusive class led by professional Canadian dance-artist, Jessica Runge, students will learn age-appropriate dance exercises and games. Jessica Runge has over fifteen years of teaching creative movement to children in diverse settings.

Parent and Child Creative Dance Class

Dance outside the box in these fun, creative classes where parents and children dance and explore their creativity through movement together!

Runge has over twenty years of experience teaching creative movement to children in diverse settings. Since 2013, Runge has been offering her one-of-a-kind creative movement classes at the beautiful studio she shares at Artscape Youngplace.

This series of classes is based on the work of Eryn Dace Trudell and MamaDances.

Register Now for Fall 2018. Saturdays 11:00 – 12:00pm (September 15th – October 20th, no class October 6th) – $15 each class or $65 for a series of five @ Artscape Youngplace, 180 Shaw St., #103.

For more information or to register email classes@jessicarunge.com.

College Montrose Children’s Place Family Art Program Exhibition

College Montrose Children’s Place Family Art Program Exhibition 

January 30 – February 25, 2017 | First Floor Vitrines

This exhibit was created by children who participated in CMCP’s Family Art program that ran at 5 of our locations. Our Family Art Program is designed to engage families in new creative activities that encourage interest in the arts and demonstrate how the arts contribute to important small motor, cognitive and sensory development.

Through the arts children develop their sense of self and build self-esteem, while developing school readiness skills by gaining experience with independent play, routines and sharing.

 

Visit College-Montrose Children’s Place (CMCP) in unit LL2 and discover the largest free, accessible, and purpose-built space dedicated to early learning and family support in downtown Toronto. CMCP is a Family Resource Program and Ontario Early Years Centre that, in collaboration with community partners, provides comprehensive, integrated and flexible early learning programs and services, complemented by parenting support and education services to support healthy families and communities across Toronto.