Stewart Hall Cultural Centre offers rich, diverse programming.
Passes available at the Cultural Centre:
- Residents with a MULTI Card: 20 days before the event
- Friends of Stewart Hall: 18 days before the event
- General public: 15 days before the event
Tickets: Stewart Hall Cultural Centre or purchase form in Culture Notes
- Cultural workshops (all ages and disciplines)
- Cultural summer day camps
- Pre-school program
- Cultural mediation
- Concerts and shows (Grand Concert Series, Sunday “Rendez-Vous”, Summer Evenings in the Park Festival, Summer Beats in the Parks, Friday blues night, An Evening at the Opera)
- Special events (Cultural “Rendez-vous”, Culture Days, Exposcience, Artisan Show, and Annual Perennial Plant Sale)
For full details of Cultural Centre programming, see:
- The Physical Activities and Cultural Activities sections of the Leisure Guide for workshops
- Culture Notes or the Events Calendar for the performing arts and special events
Register by going to the Registration page.
Descriptions of cultural workshops are found on the following pages of the Leisure Guide.
Activities for parents and families (page 28)
- Mom and baby yoga
- Cardio with stroller
- Yoga kids
Activities for adults and seniors (pages 28 and 29)
- Boot camp in the park
- HIIT (High-intensity interval training)
- Zumba® fitness
- Fiesta belly dancing
- Modern line dancing
- Hatha yoga
- Prenatal yoga
- Chair yoga and meditation for seniors
- Easy yoga for seniors
- Gentle hatha yoga
- Taoist tai chi in the park
Activities for children, families, and the general public (page 31 to 38)
- Preschool program
- Suzuki violin and flute program
- My beginnings in art
- Little artists’ studio
Activities for adults (page 42 to 44)
- Oil painting studio
- Drawing studio
- Italian history and civilization: the years of lead
- Italian history and civilization: festivals and traditions
- Spanish conversation: cooking mexican dishes
- Discover the wines of Quebec
- Sparkling wines
A unique pre-school cultural development program for children aged 3 to 5.
Through arts and crafts, music, drama, dance and creative games, your child will develop his or her creativity, self-esteem, imagination and motor skills in a bilingual environment.
Monday to Thursday: 9:00 to 11:30 a.m.
Mid-September to mid-May
A fun and creative lunch program is also offered between 11:30 a.m. and 1:00 p.m.
Space is limited.
Arts and crafts
Monday to Friday
The teacher suggests various projects to the children that involve safe and stimulating materials: finger paints, clay, plaster, paper mâché, felt, modelling clay, etc.
Arts and crafts are an opportunity for children to discover shapes and colours. Children also work on their fine motor skills while developing their creativity. This programming includes 3D projects, individual projects, large murals and group models.
Mondays and Tuesdays
The teacher sings songs with the children that get them moving. A large collection of percussion instruments are also used for children to learn musical rhythm and notes.
Music helps children express their emotions and develop their language and social skills through group musical games. They will also discover a variety of musical styles and learn to recognize sounds from different musical instruments.
Mondays and Tuesdays
The teacher leads the children in role-playing games, storytelling and making up stories. Children learn to mime situations and show emotions while having fun and showing respect.
Drama helps children express themselves with their bodies, facial expressions and words. They discover other facets of their personality and have fun pretending to be different characters. Several props are also used to stimulate their imagination and change their “look.”
Wednesdays and Thursdays
The teacher explores creative movement with the children as the ideal prelude to the different types of dance. Several musical styles, including classical, pop, traditional, world music and other styles, are used. Children are sometimes guided in their dancing, but sometimes are not so they can let the music guide them and let their imagination soar.
Dance helps children feel comfortable with their bodies. The variety of activities, role-playing games and other games help them develop overall motor skills. Materials are also used to help get them moving, like a tunnel, exercise balls, circuits to help them develop their balance, and hula-hoops.
Wednesdays and Thursdays
The teacher shows the children how fun it is to play together, cooperate, compete and discover a wealth of practical information (numbers, letters, seasons, etc.).
Creative games prepare children for the grown-up world and expose them to the fun of learning about various subjects, such as reading, the library, geography, the environment, cooking, science and astronomy. The activities help them expand their horizons by exposing them to a second language, improving their vocabulary, peaking their interest in science experiments and getting them to cooperate and share. A short period of free play takes place after this workshop.
For more information or to make a reservation for our Open House at 9:00 a.m. on Tuesday, January 30, 2018 for the 2018-2019 season, please call 514-630-1220, extension 1774.
Registration begins on January 30 at 9 a.m.
Cultural mediation is a program designed to strengthen the bond between Pointe-Claire residents and art as well as provide access to art and culture to as many people as possible.
Pre-school and school programs
Programs for daycares, school groups and young homeschoolers. Children discover artistic and cultural practices through a show, a concert, a workshop or by visiting an exhibit.
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Tailored special projects created with our partners and community members. We work together with you to innovate and create projects adapted to your needs.
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Founded by Japanese musician and teacher Dr. Shinichi Suzuki, the Suzuki method is based on the mother tongue approach: music is learned the way language is learned. Neither language nor musical abilities are inherited, and the potential of every child is unlimited. The Suzuki method aims to create a stimulating environment that will awaken a child’s desire to play an instrument. A parent’s participation is vital to the development of the child’s natural talent. Parents are asked to attend class and supervise home practice.
No musical background is necessary.
With Catherine Merklinger, Sallyee Amawat, Alexandre Desjeunes and Sylvia Niedzwiecka
Individual classes (with some group lessons)
Open house and 2018-2019 registration
This Open House evening is a perfect time to see what Stewart Hall’s Suzuki Music Program is all about! Teachers will be there to answer all your questions about the Program and how learning the Suzuki method could benefit you or your child. You can even register that same evening for lessons starting in September.
On June 11, at 7 p.m., at Stewart Hall Cultural Centre.
September 2018 to May 2019 (31 sessions)
Schedule: Between 3 and 8:30 p.m. (approximately)
Duration of each session: 30 to 60 minutes depending on the child’s level.
Violin: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday
Flute: Tuesday and Thursday
Ages 4 and up
Registration at any time.
Call 514-630-1220, ext. 1749, to make an appointment.
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