Don’t Wait! Winter Camps and Winter Classes are available!

Don’t Wait! Winter Camps and Winter Classes are available!

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Can you believe it, the Winter Holidays are in less than 2 weeks! I can’t believe it! I’m not always super prepared, like some parents, so I tend to scramble a bit to fill the Winter Break Holiday days. We are very privileged to have such amazing outdoor activities and some great places to visit to fill the days, but what if you still have to work? And unfortunately, you can’t play in the snow all day.

Luckily there are some Winter Camps that are a great opportunity for kids to learn a new skill and have some fun. Here are a couple opportunities for kids to get excited about.

Winter Camps

School of Rock Vancouver
778-561-4261
vancouver.schoolofrock.com 
School of Rock Vancouver offers camps for all skill levels and ages where you can learn guitar, bass, keys, drums or vocals. Combining 1-1 lessons with group band practices, along with live performances on stage, it is where students grow into real musicians and rock stars in their community! School of Rock is really one of the coolest places to learn music! Choose from Rock 101 for beginners or Beatles Camp and Classic Rewind Camp for 7-18-year-olds with some previous instruction.

Don't Wait! Winter Camps and Winter Classes are available! - BC Parent Newsmagazine


Steamoji
Kitsilano, Kerrisdale, West Vancouver
(236) 997-1529
info@steamoji.com
steamoji.com
Steamoji is a maker academy for kids that trains builders, makers, inventors, and entrepreneurs. Turn downtime into discovery time this Winter Break with kids’ STEM camps in coding, 3D printing, robotics, engineering and more!

December 19-23, 9am-12pm or 9am-3pm
STEAM Goes Medieval: Creating Castles & Catapults (5 – 7 years)
Lightbulb Moment! Making a 3D Printed Lamp (8 – 12 years)

steamoji

Winter Classes

If you’ve got Winter Break sorted, what about extracurricular activities for the Winter season? Here are a few amazing options.

Arts Umbrella
604-681-5268
artsumbrella.com/programs/
Arts Umbrella is where young artists cultivate their creativity in Art, Design, Dance, Theatre, Music, and Film. From Parent & Me to pre-professional, our Winter session has programs for young artists of every age and stage. Classes begin January 7, 2023. Register today!

Winter Activities


Gateway Theatre Academy
Richmond, 604/270-1812
https://gatewaytheatre.com/academy/acting
Acting Intro
Whether your child loves to sing and dance around the house or is terrified to step on stage, theatre classes instill valuable life skills.  Acting helps students put themselves in the shoes of a character and imagine another world. Hone your child’s natural talents, and build resiliency, and creativity from professional educators. Classes for ages 6-7 are currently offered at Gateway Theatre.

Don't Wait! Winter Camps and Winter Classes are available! - BC Parent Newsmagazine


School of Rock Vancouver
778-561-4261
vancouver.schoolofrock.com 
School of Rock Vancouver offers programs for all skill levels and ages where you can learn guitar, bass, keys, drums or vocals. Combining 1-1 lessons with group band practices, along with live performances on stage, it is where students grow into real musicians and rock stars in their community! School of Rock is really one of the coolest places to learn music!

Don't Wait! Winter Camps and Winter Classes are available! - BC Parent Newsmagazine

If you still have some time to fill, why not check out a classic, Vancouver location!

Visit the H.R. MacMillan Space Centre and immerse yourself in their new interactive Star Stuff virtual reality exhibit (launching mid December). Explore the wonders of the night sky through the telescope in the Observatory and catch a show in the Planetarium Star Theatre. For hours and ticket information visit spacecentre.ca. Perfect for Ages: 6+.
Vancouver, 604/738-7827

Don't Wait! Winter Camps and Winter Classes are available! - BC Parent Newsmagazine

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