In staying responsive to government guidelines, we are following the province-wide mandatory measures.
New province-wide mandatory measures
New provincial mandatory measures are effective 8 am on Saturday, September 4. Masks are mandatory, province-wide, in all indoor public spaces and workplaces. For more information, visit Government of Alberta website. Strathcona County is reviewing our bylaw and the provincial measures for regional alignment and direction.
Dance in 2021-2022
We are pleased to re-open the studio for 2021-2022, including use of the change room and waiting area.
Masking is a personal choice for students, staff and visitors. We will stay responsive to government guidelines.
Links to Alberta government documents on which we based our current COVID-19 Protocol:
We are now accepting registrations.
Submit a registration form online and you will receive an email with payment details by the next business day.
Lessons resume beginning September 7 and end the week of May 30, 2022.
Recitals are planned for January 30 and June 5, 2022 at the Dow Centre in Fort Saskatchewan.
Lessons Moving Online
All indoor fitness is to be closed down effective April 30. It’ll be for a minimum of 2 weeks, longer if the hospitalization number doesn’t get low enough. So, the dance school is pausing in-person classes for however long the gov’t deems necessary and is moving all its classes online via Google Meet.
Return to the Studio
Effective February 16, 2021
In-person classes are resuming at the studio. Our protocol states masks are required for everyone while in the building, including during the lesson.
Government Restrictions Extended
Online lessons will continue beyond January 21, 2021.
Please check back for further information about when eased restrictions will allow a return in-person classes.
Online Lessons Continue
In light of the November 24 announcement regarding the Alberta government’s declaration of State of Public Health Emergency, dance lessons will continue online. According to the timeline provided, it seems we’ll be meeting virtually until about Christmas Break. More to follow as information becomes available.
Classes Moved Temporarily Online
In keeping with the Alberta Government’s recently announced enhanced safety measures, from November 13 to 27 lessons are being delivered online rather than in-person.