This year we are offering 3 wonderful fun filled, themed weeks of dance and art for children aged 5-9 and 10-12. Choose one, two or all three! Week 1: Music, Sound and Dance, Week 2: Words and Movement, Week 3: Colour, Shape Create. Accepting registrations now, call 416-533-3706 or email email@example.com
For our 14th Salon we are thrilled to welcome David MacDonald and look forward to hear about his work on the Truth and Reconcilliation Commitee of Canada.
Join us in the beautiful house of Sarah Martin and Xavier Debane as we welcome special guest speaker, Photojournalist Rita Leistner for our first Salon of the 2016-17 Season.
Might future buildings begin to know and care about us? Might they come alive? Join us Wed April 20th to discuss.
Every young dancer should have the chance to listen to Evelyn’s warm, funny, captivating and inspiring stories about her own experiences as a young artist whose determination to dance enabled her to overcome the many obstacles in her path.
Michael Crabb’s insight and knowledge will again guide the conversation. We expect an evening of stories and laughter that will be designed especially for our young dancers, but that people of all ages in our school’s community will enjoy and remember.
We are thrilled to welcome back Conductor and Baroque specialist; Ivars Taurins for our 6th Salon.
For our 4th Salon we are thrilled to welcome Canadian broadcaster, journalist and novelist, Linden MacIntyre
Wednesday October 14th 2015
242 Indian Road, the beautiful home of Architect Philip Beesley and Anne Paxton
Linden MacIntyre spent fifty years working as a journalist in print, television and radio --- thirty-eight years at the CBC, twenty-four of those years at the fifth estate. Work at the CBC also included seven years as a journalist-producer at The Journal, the CBC’s flagship current affairs program from 1981 to 1991, and three years as host and national editor of the CBC current affairs radio program Sunday Morning. MacIntyre has worked on numerous collaborations between the fifth estate and the PBS documentary program Frontline and also on co-productions with the New York Times. He is the author of six books, four of them novels, one of which, The Bishop’s Man, was 2009 winner of Canada’s top award for literary fiction, the Scotiabank Giller Prize. His latest novel, Punishment, was released by Random House of Canada in November, 2014.
Linden MacIntyre will read from his book, Punishment. Also by Linden : The Bishop's Man, Why men lie
$50.00 include a glass of wine, delicious refreshments and sparkling conversation!
mention Salon series, Linden MacIntyre, your name and tel. number and # of tickets
***limited number of tickets will be available at the door
Level 1 - Sundays from 12:00-1:00 Ages 6-8
Level 2 - Sundays from 1:00-2:00 Ages 9-11
Theatre Arts fosters individuality and helps build self-esteem by encouraging children to work together and think creatively. In this program we build imagination around voice and movement, adding new abilities and complimenting the ballet repertoire. This Theatre Arts program focuses on encouraging children to concentrate on the refinement of their cooperation skills, acquire confidence, and have fun. Students will learn basic theatre skills like pronunciation, improvisation, exploring character, text memorization, and more. We will play trust and cooperation games encouraging students to develop compassion and reliance. We will explore props and costumes as we put together a play to showcase all of our hard work during the year. By learning to express their feelings and playing with the art of theatre, we are giving students the opportunity to open their horizons to new experiences and artistry. We are very excited to begin this new step at PBS as we open up our doors to Theatre Arts for all children to explore.