SPORTS EVENTS & ACTIVITIES

SOUTHERN ALBERTA

PROGRAM ENHANCEMENT - SOUTHERN ALBERTA CALENDAR

The Centre for Learning@HOME Southern Alberta Events Calendar

PROGRAM ENHANCEMENT

Information for 2021-2022 School Year

School authorities continue to have the flexibility to offer extra-curricular activities to students. Planned events will follow the Alberta Health Services recommendations, Christ the Redeemer Re-entry to Schools Plan, Return to Sport guidelines, The Centre for Learning@HOME event guidelines, School Physical Activity Health and Education Resource for Safety, venue requirements. Events are subject to change based on AHS, CTR and Venue Guidelines at the time of the event.


Sibling participation will be limited to select events including family orientated events, low risk and virtual events, based on availability. Sibling registration opens a few weeks prior to event. Opening dates are posted on the registration pages.


Your Program Enhancement Coordinator will strive to offer a variety of activities with your student’s safety in mind.

COVID-19 EVENT PRECAUTIONS

1. Prior to attending an event or activity, attendees are expected to review the COVID-19 Screening Questionnaire. Please see below.

2. All attendees must be registered in the appropriate category, this includes parent/guardian, siblings and or students who are observing or chaperoning event.

3. Prior to commencing any activity participants will be required to wash or sanitize their hands and Physical distancing will be encouraged where ever possible.

COVID -19 SELF -ASSESSMENT

Students must use this questionnaire daily to decide if the student should attend Sports Events and Activities.

SPORTS EVENTS and ACTIVITY DESCRIPTIONS

Follow the registration link to see all of the current and upcoming events. Events are subject to change based on AHS, CTR and Venue Guidelines at the time of the event.

SEPTEMBER 20, 27, OCTOBER 4 MOUNTAIN BIKE SERIES - MED HAT

Students will have the opportunity to learn the necessary skills of Mountain Biking:

cornering, technical terrain, descending , braking, climbing.

Must bring a mountain bike with working breaks, and a proper fit for the rider as well as a bike helmet.


WHERE: Redcliff Mountain Bike Skills Park

WHEN: Mondays, September 20, 27, October 4 _ 4:15 PM - 5:30 PM

WHO: CFL Students, best suited for Grade 3-12

COST: $32


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SEPTEMBER 21, 28, OCTOBER 5 - GOLF SERIES - MED HAT

Students will learn the fundamentals of golf. The lessons will cover full swing, putting, etiquette, and rules of the game.

WHEN: Tuesday - September 21, 28 and October 5

October 5, Students will play 9 holes, t-times may vary from lesson time. Grade 1-4 student golfers require a guardian to either walk with or golf with the students (green fees will apply for parent golfers).

TIME:

Grade 1 - 5 _1:00 pm - 2:30 pm

Grade 5 -12_ 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm

Where: Paradise Valley Golf Course - 90 Gehring Rd SW
Who: Students Grade 1-12
Cost: $25.00

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SEPTEMBER 22, 29, OCTOBER 6 - GOLF SERIES - LETHBRIDGE

Students will learn the fundamentals of golf. The lessons will cover full swing, putting, etiquette, and rules of the game.


WHERE: Evergreen Golf Centre

WHEN: Wednesdays, September 22, 29, October 6

Grade 3 - 6: 1:00 pm - 1:45 pm

Grade 6 - 12: 2:00 pm - 2:45 pm

WHO: CFL Students grades 3-12

COST: $48


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SEPTEMBER 23 - WELCOME BACK PICNIC & CORN MAZE- LETHBRIDGE

The Centre for Learning@HOME welcomes all families to join us at the Lethbridge Corn Maze and Picnic . This is an ideal time to meet and visit with other home school families in the area.


Beef hot dogs, bag of chips and a beverage will be served. Alberta Health Services Environmental Public Health and COVID -19 Guidance for Outdoor Door events will be observed.


Families are welcome to pack their own picnic lunch to bring to the event.

We we collect any 2020/2021 text books that need to be returned.


WHERE: Lethbridge Corn Maze - 104051 Range Rd 224

WHEN: Thursday, September 23, 2021

TIME: 11:30 am - 2:00 pm _lunch served between 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

WHO: The Centre for Learning@HOME Families

COST: Complimentary

Event is subject to change based on AHS, CTR and Venue Guidelines at the time of the event.


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SEPTEMBER 24 - WELCOME BACK PICNIC - MED HAT

The Centre for Learning@HOME welcomes all families to join us at the Picnic . This is an ideal time to meet and visit with other home school families in the area.

Bring your ball gloves and join us for a family slow-pitch game after lunch.


Beef hot dogs, bag of chips and a beverage will be served. Alberta Health Services Environmental Public Health and COVID -19 Guidance for Outdoor Door events will be observed.

Families are welcome to pack their own picnic lunch to bring to the event.


We will collect any 2020/2021 text books that need to be returned.


WHERE: Moose Ball Park

WHEN: Friday, September 24

TIME: 11:30 am - 2:00 pm

Lunch 12:00 - 1:00 pm

1:00 pm - 2:00 pm Family Slow-pitch game

WHO: The Centre for Learning@HOME Families

COST: Complimentary


Event is subject to change based on AHS, CTR and Venue Guidelines at the time of the event.

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SEPTEMBER - TERRY FOX RUN

Our school will be proudly taking part in the 2021 Terry Fox School Run. This is our opportunity to “Try Like Terry” and go the distance for this year’s event. Please join us to support cancer research while building school spirit for all of our students. Thank you in advance for your support!


WHEN:

September 27, Central Park Area - Medicine Hat_ 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

October 7, Henderson Park - Lethbridge _ 1:00 - 2:00 PM

September - Run for Terry in your community

WHO: CFL Students /Families
COST: Complimentary

Donation Link: http://www.terryfox.ca/CentreforLearningHome


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SEPTEMBER 29 - MINI PUTT - LETH

Enjoy a round of mini putt. Start times will be staggered and no more than 4 players per group.

WHERE: Evergreen Golf Centre
WHEN: Wednesday, September 29_1:15 PM - 3:00 PM (Approx. 45 min per round)
Start times will be staggered no more than 4 players per group.
WHO: CFL Students Grade 1-12
COST: Student = $8
Parent Chaperone = $10


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OCTOBER 1 - FRANK SLIDE and HILLCREST MINE DISASTER TOURS

Frank Slide Hike: Learn why Turtle Mountain fell and if another rockslide will come down. An Interpretive Centre Guide will lead us on a 1.5km trail through the rock debris to discover the facts first-hand. We will return to the Centre and watch a movie about the disaster. You will never forget the amazing stories of tragedy and triumph you will hear during your visit to the Frank Slide Interpretive Centre.

Hillcrest Mine Disaster:

  • In 1914, an explosion at the Hillcrest Mine killed 189 coal miners
  • Each student becomes one of the men who were working at the mine that day
  • Learn about coal mining and the tragic events of the day
  • Find out if your character lived or died
  • Walk through the Hillcrest Cemetery and visit the mass graves where the miners were buried


WHERE: Frank Slide and Hillcrest Mine
WHEN: Friday, October 1_10:00 AM - 2:30 PM

WHO: CFL Grade 1-12
COST: Student = $4
Parent/Guardian = $3


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OCTOBER 5 - VIRTUAL FALL PHOTOGRAPHY WORKSHOPS

Beginner Photography Workshop - In this workshop, the students will understand how to use their camera to take interesting pictures as well as learn some basic compositions to use in day-to-day photography activities. This will be a hands-on interactive lesson when plenty of opportunities to practice what they learn.


1:00- 1:30 Scavenger Hunt $5 per family. The scavenger hunt will be a fun search and find for the whole family around in your neighborhood (Sheet provided). Students can share their photos to Samantha's Facebook page if they like or email them to be shared with the other families in the group. https://www.facebook.com/scparkerphotos/



WHEN: Tuesday, October 5

TIME:

  • Scavenger Hunt 1:00 - 1:30pm
  • Workshop 1:30 - 3:30pm

WHO: CFL Students Gr 1-12

COST: Scavenger hunt = $5

Workshop = $37


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OCTOBER 8 - WRITING-ON-STONE PROVINCIAL PARK TOUR

Educational Rock Art Tour


Where land, history, stories and dreams become one... This program helps students develop historical thinking skills. The content deals with how this place has been special to diverse people from long ago to the present. There is a strong emphasis on First Nations perspectives of cultural changes over time.


Your group will hike with a park interpreter beneath the sandstone cliffs in the Archaeological Preserve to view a representative sampling of the rock art.


WHERE: WRITING-ON-STONE PROVINCIAL PARK
WHEN: Friday, October 8

  • 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM _ Best suited for students Grades 1-7
  • 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM _ Best suited for students Grade 4 - 12

WHO: CFL Grade 1-12
COST: $8.00


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OCTOBER 14, 21, 28. NOV 4 - VIRTUAL LEARN TO SIGN SERIES- Beg/Intermediate

Do you want the chance to make the world more inclusive? Dive into a new language with this 4- week learn American Sign Language course. This class will teach some of the basics of ASL and both sessions are geared towards students with little to some sign experience.


WHEN: Thursdays October 14, 21, 28, Nov 4
TIME Gr 1-4 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Gr 5+ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Intermediate: 3:00- 4:00pm - This is for students with some sign experience should know basic alphabet signs.
WHO: CFL Students Grades 1-12
COST: = $45


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OCTOBER 15 - CALGARY ZOO


AFRICA - AM Session

Investigate the unique animals of the African savannah and rainforest. Species observed may include: meerkat, hippopotamus, giraffe, lion, zebra, lemur, Malagasy boas, dwarf crocodiles, black & white colobus monkeys, western lowland gorilla.


Canadian Wilds - PM Session

Discover the spectacular animals that call the Canadian wildlands home. On this waling safari, explore predator-prey relationships, social dynamics, adaptations for extreme environments, and human impacts. Animals observed may include Amur tigers, red pandas, snow leopards, Japanese macaques, and Bactrian camels


Families are welcome to stay and enjoy the rest of the zoo after our tour.


WHERE: Calgary Zoo, 210 St. George's Drive NE, Calgary, AB

WHEN: Friday, October 15

TIME:

Africa EduTrek 10:00 AM-11:30 PM

Canadian Wilds EduTrek 12:00 PM -1:30 PM

WHO: CFL Students Gr. 1-12

COST: CFL Student = $12

Parent/ Chaperone= $12


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OCTOBER 19 - DECEMBER 7 - SWIM LESSONS - MED HAT

Red Cross Swim Lessons Levels 5 through 10.

WHEN: Tuesdays, October 19, 26, November 2, 9, 16, 23, 30, December 07

WHERE: Medicine Hat Family Leisure Centre

TIME: TBD 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Times will be determined based on registration numbers and FLC staff scheduling

WHO: CFL students

COST: Level 5/6 - $72.00 Click Here to Register

Level 7, 8, 9, 10 -$100.00 Click Here to Register

OCTOBER 19, 26, NOVEMBER 2, 9 - SPORT FOR FUN - MED HAT

Learn the fundamental skills of volleyball; passing, setting, serving and hitting. Students will participate in fun grade level appropriate skill development.
WHERE: Medicine Hat Leisure Centre Gym
WHEN: Tuesdays, October 19, 26 November 2, 9
WHO:

Grade 1 - 4 _12:45 PM - 1:30 PM

Grade 4 - 6 _ 1:45 PM - 2:30 PM

Grade 6 -12 _ 2:45 PM - 3:45 PM

Cost: $20.00


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OCTOBER 20, 27, NOVEMBER 3, 10 SPORT FOR FUN - LETHBRIDGE

This activity will meet some of the learning outcomes of Physical Education
Focus on volleyball skills and game play.

WHERE: Lethbridge College Gym
WHEN: Wednesday, October 20, 27, November 3, 10 _1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
WHO: Grade 1-12, Students will be divided into age appropriate groups.
COST: Student = $20


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OCTOBER 22 - MEDALTA - MED HAT

Museum Tour: Tour the factory where clay was processed with rocks taken from the clay pits to mouldable/pourable clay used to make pottery. See potters at work using the original moulds and jiggers to make bowls, vases, teapots and other wares. View the collection of items made at Medalta. Walk into the “Blast Shack” to learn how dynamite was used to gather clay from the cliffs.

Create with clay: Participants are given a “lump of clay” to create a piece of pottery. Instructions will be given as to the nature of clay and how to work with it. If requested, a professional ceramic artist may be available to work with participants

Outdoor Site Tour or Scavenger Hunt: To be determined on the day of the event. (Weather related)


WHERE: Medalta

WHEN: October 22

WHO:

Group #1 Grades 1 - 4 (Parent chaperones are encouraged but not required to attend.)

Group #2 Grades 5 - 9

TIME: 9:00 AM - 12:30 PM
COST: $5.00

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OCTOBER 20 & 27 NOVEMBER 03 - LOOM KNITTING - Lethbridge

Loom Knitting: Learn the basics of loom knitting, with just a few simple steps students can see the knitted material forming! Students will have the option of making a knit pumpkin or a touque for winter. All materials provided.


WHERE: Nicholas Sheran Arena - 2nd floor Community Room

WHEN: October 20, 27, November 03

WHO: Best suited for students grade 3+

TIME: 2:30 AM - 4:00 PM
COST: $20.00

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OCTOBER 22 - ROYAL TYRELL MUSEUM


This event is tentatively scheduled based on AHS, CTR and Venue Guidelines at the time of the event.


Join the Centre for Learning@HOME as we take in various programs and tour the Royal Tyrell Museum. Students may choose to take part in 1 or 2 of the following programs and tour the museum.


Secrets of the Lost Quarry - Best suited for Grade 2-6 (10:15 - 11:15am)


In the early 20th century, fossil hunters did not always document their excavation sites, and key information was often lost. With students' help, we locate and uncover one of these lost quarries. During this interactive, multi-media program, participants experience the badlands and discover how scientists find fossils.


Cretaceous Crime Scene - Best suited for Grade 5- 11 (10:15 - 11:15am)


This program will challenge students' investigative skills as they uncover forensic clues in a paleontological mystery. By pursuing leads such as scarred bone, footprints, and weapons, students learn how paleontologists and geologists use scientific evidence to reconstruct the past.


Seven Wonders of the Badlands - Best Suited for Grade 2-12 (11:45am - 12:45pm)

Discover the wonders of the Alberta badlands through a guided hike in Midland Provincial Park. The badlands tell the story of Alberta's changing environments, from the temperate climate of the Cretaceous Period, to today's arid conditions. With expert guidance, students unlock the ancient secrets of this mysterious landscape.


WHERE: Royal Tyrell Museum, 1500 N Dinosaur Trail, Drumheller

WHEN: Friday October 22

TIME: 10:00am - 1:00pm

WHO: CFL Students Gr.1-12


COST: $6.50 per program


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OCTOBER 25 - NOVEMBER 22 - CLAY WHEEL - LETH

Whether you have previous experience or this is your first time playing with clay, this class is for you. We will be practicing centering, shaping and trimming, you'll be a pro in no time. Bring some patience with you and be prepared to get muddy! Functional or decorative, the choice is yours! Items are available for pick up 2-3 weeks following the end of class.


WHERE: CASA Clay Studio

WHEN: Mondays, October 25 - November 22

TIME: 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM

WHO: Best suited for students grade 4-8
COST: $95.00


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OCTOBER 25 - NOVEMBER 22 - CLAY HANDBUILDING - LETH

Whether you have previous experience or this is your first time playing with clay, this class is for you. We will be practicing several time tested handbuilding techniques. ! Functional or decorative, the choice is yours! Items are available for pick up 2-3 weeks following the end of class.


WHERE: CASA Clay Studio

WHEN: Mondays, October 25 - November 22

TIME: 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM

WHO: Best suited for students grade 1-4
COST: $95.00



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OCTOBER 26 - VIRTUAL LIGHTS CAMERA ACTION

Students dive into the exciting world of filmmaking working as a team to bring a short film project to life. A Script is created during the workshop and participants go through the process of acting, filming, directing, and producing the project from start to finish. Scenes are videoed by the students and they edit the project. At the end of the class they will have final project to share with their family and friends



WHEN: Tuesdays, October 26, November 2,9, 16, 23,30, December 7

TIME: 1:00 - 2:30 pm

WHO: CFL Students Grade 5-12

COST: $ 105


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OCTOBER 26 - VIRTUAL JR/SR HIGH MASTERCHEFS

Calling all teens. It is your turn to make dinner tonight. Join us for this two-hour cooking class with Red Seal Chef Ryland as he takes you through simple dishes that are restaurant quality. The theme for this session will be on Indian food. Ingredient lists will be sent out the week prior to the program. Chef will also offer up alternatives for various dietary restrictions. This is also an excellent opportunity to learn about the culinary arts program offered at NAIT.


Younger students are able to register to follow along but may require additional help from an adult.


WHEN: Tuesday October 26, 2021

TIME: 4:30 pm - 6:30 pm

WHO: CFL Students grades 7-12

COST: $20


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OCTOBER 29 - UNCOVERING SECRETS: ARCHAEOLOGY OF SOUTHWESTERN ALBERTA

Students will discover many different archaeological sites in southern Alberta and explore what the sites tell us about the lives of the people of the past. They will also examine how archaeologists collaborate with community members and rely on oral histories as evidence.



WHO: Program has curricular links for Grades 1- 8, but is best suited for grade 4 & 5 students

TIME: 9:00 AM - 10:45 AM

WHEN: October 29

COST: $5.00

WHERE: Galt Museum - Lethbridge

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NOVEMBER 5 - ESPLANADE EXHIBIT INSPIRATION & ART - MED HAT

Heritage Gallery Tour & Workshop


Students will be guided through the Heritage Gallery exhibition titled What’s Old is New by our education staff and will question “What does it mean to reuse, reduce, and recycle?” For much of our history, people have recycled to recover precious resources. People conserved things because they could still be useful, rather than because they were worth a lot of money. Today, our concerns are mostly with how waste affects nature and the climate. Social, cultural and economic factors have always governed how we use our resources. The two world wars of the twentieth century caused many products to be scarce and often rationed. Households needed to be creative and thrifty to get by in those difficult times. In all periods, creativity has helped people get by. Whether by need or in art, crafts, and hobbies, objects inspire people; their use helps express ideas and visions. Sometimes the object effects the art, but sometimes the art transforms the object. Science has advanced recycling so that we are able to reuse more and more of the waste we produce. Art, need, and potential still influence how we view our world and all the things in it. Following the completion of the guided tour, students will participate in a hands-on workshop in our Discovery Centre space utilizing recycled materials to create their own works of art.


WHERE: Esplanade Arts & Heritage Centre
WHEN: Friday, November 5 _ 10:30 PM - 4:00 PM

WHO:

Session 1 – Gr. 1-3 - 10:30 pm – 12:00 pm

Session 2 – Gr. 4-7 – 12:30 pm – 2:00 pm

Session 3 – Gr. 8-12 – 2:15 pm – 3:45 pm


COST: $8.00


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NOVEMBER - DECEMBER - SPORT FOR FUN - MED HAT

This activity will meet some of the learning outcomes of Physical Education

Focus on basketball skills and game play.


WHERE: Medicine Hat Family Leisure Centre

WHEN: Tuesday, November 16, 23, 30, December 7

WHO:

Grade 1 - 4 _12:45 PM - 1:30 PM

Grade 4 - 6 _ 1:45 PM - 2:30 PM

Grade 6 -12 _ 2:45 PM - 3:45 PM

COST: Student = $20

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NOVEMBER - DECEMBER SPORT FOR FUN - LETHBRIDGE

This activity will meet some of the learning outcomes of Physical Education

Focus on basketball skills and game play.


WHERE: Lethbridge College Gym

WHEN: Wednesday, November 17, 24, December 1, 8 _1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

WHO: Grade 1-12, Students will be divided into age appropriate groups.

COST: Student = $20


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NOVEMBER - DECEMBER HOCKEY DEVELOPMENT - LETHBRIDGE

Participants will receive instruction on the fundamentals of hockey, students will be guided through drills to further develop hockey skills. The program is intended for students who are currently able to skate. Participants MUST also have FULL hockey equipment including a neck guard. A variety of ages and skill levels have shown interest in this program.

Coach: Mr. Andrew Zienchuk - BA, BEd, MEd.

WHERE: ATB Centre East Arena

WHEN: Thursdays, November 18, 25, December 02, 09, 16 _ 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM

WHO: Best suited for students Grade 5 - 10

COST: $65

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NOVEMBER 19 - EMERGENCY FIRST AID - LETHBRIDGE

Students will learn to recognize and provide interventions for life-threatening emergencies until medical aid arrives. Topics include: CPR and choking for adults, shock and unconsciousness, severe bleeding, head & spinal injuries, major medical conditions, and AED training and certification.


WHERE: St. John Ambulance - Lethbridge

WHEN: Friday, November 19 _8:00 AM - 4:30 PM

WHO: CFL students age 12+

COST:

Student- $55.00

Parent - $115.00


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NOVEMBER 19- BABYSITTERS BASICS - LETHBRIDGE

Babysitting is a job with significant responsibility and the Babysitting Course helps prospective babysitters learn the skills they need.

This course is for youth aged 11 to 15 years old. It teaches the new babysitter the necessary skills to provide care to children in a variety of situations.

The course emphasizes safety rules, responding to emergencies, and developing leadership skills.


WHERE: St. John Ambulance - Lethbridge

WHEN: Friday, November 19 _9:00 AM - 4:00 PM

WHO: CFL students age 11+

COST: $55.00


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NOVEMBER 29 & DECEMBER 6 - SCULPTURE ART - MED HAT

Students will create a 3 dimensional mask project using paper mache, and paint.

They will learn how to shape contours of a face, then paint the sculpture.

Expect to get messy!


WHERE: Painter Girl Studio - 329 North Railway Street

WHEN: Mondays, November 29 & December 6

WHO: Best suited for students Grade 5 - 12


  • Grade 1-4 _ 10:00 AM - 11:45 AM
  • Grade 5 - 8 _ 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM
  • Grade 8 -12 _ 3:00 PM - 4:30 PM


COST: $42

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DECEMBER 3 - ESPLANADE EXHIBIT INSPIRATION & ART - MED HAT

Art Gallery Tour & Workshop


Student Art Gallery tours are led by our education team and will facilitate discussion on media techniques, compositions and purpose in artworks. This one and a half hour long program will focus on two exhibitions. The first, titled Harmonia, is a multifaceted exhibition by Calgary based artist Yvonne Mullock. The artist’s various creative interests, including costuming, fashion, performance, sculpture, and textiles, interact harmoniously within the fifteen-hundred-square-foot installation. From afar, the viewer is teased and intrigued by an enlarged peephole in a massive floating wall, which offers a glimpse of a pillowy, hand-dyed, tandem garment, draped on two poised, headless mannequins. Through a large projection, Mullock introduces the garment’s unique utility in her video, which is cleverly repurposed through larger-than-life still shots plastered to the gallery’s walls. Harmonia literally and conceptually connects various visual manifestations that speak to connectedness, transitory moments, and the cycle of life.


The second, titled Made in Isolation is a group exhibition created by the Hat Art Club and Potter’s Guild. The global pandemic has significantly impacted our lives in both challenging and positive ways. Over the past year, artists from the Hat Art Club and the Medicine Hat Potters Association have been on a creative journey in response to life during the pandemic. They asked themselves questions such as, “How has my life been altered?” “Has the pandemic impacted my creative practice?” and, “How do I communicate this experience through visual expression?” This journey provided each of the forty-six artists featured in Made in Isolation an opportunity for self-reflection, a reason to “be in the studio,” and most importantly, an outlet to express a personal perspective.


Artworks within this exhibition range from uplifting landscape paintings by Elizabeth Kirschenman to psychologically complex figurative paintings by Dale Beaven to joyful ceramic vessels by Joan Glockner. The seventy-five works featured in this exhibition have been skilfully executed through numerous approaches and mediums, such as detailed calligraphy, paper clay porcelain, quilted patchwork, and embroidered cotton on linen. Made in Isolation encompasses multiple perspectives and documents an unprecedented time in human history.


Following a guided tour through these two exhibition spaces, students will be brought up to the Discovery Centre to participate in a hands-on workshop related to what they viewed in the Galleries.


WHERE: Esplanade Arts & Heritage Centre
WHEN: Friday, December 3 _ 10:30 PM - 4:00 PM

WHO:

Session 1 – Gr. 1- 3 - 10:30 pm – 12:00 pm

Session 2 – Gr. 4 - 7 – 12:30 pm – 2:00 pm

Session 3 – Gr. 8 -12 – 2:15 pm – 3:45 pm

COST: $8.00


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Student Supervision Standards and Parent Participation

CHRIST THE REDEEMER CATHOLIC SCHOOLS - FIELD TRIP PROCEDURES


Please note, some activities replicate a classroom setting (example: teacher led co-curricular classes) and in such situations, the Field Trip Supervision Ratios will not apply. Ratios similar to a traditional classroom will apply.

The CFL welcomes parents to participate in activities and events whenever possible. Some events require a parent supervise every participant; other events/venues restrict parent participation. The role of the parent is included in each event description. Please see below for an explanation of the rational.

1. Parent Participation is Mandatory

In this scenario, the students will require one on one assistance to complete the task or the venue has asked us to have a parent with each child. A CFL staff member will be there to assist the event leader, check in students and parents, and obtain the activity waiver forms.

2. Parent Participation is Voluntary

In this scenario, the parents are welcome to stay and participate, or release their student(s) to the care of The CFL staff and approved volunteers. The ratio of adults to students is in accordance with Christ the Redeemer Catholic Schools’ policy (below). If the parent elects to drop their student(s) off, they must deliver the student(s) to the school staff member at the event to check them in and sign the activity waiver. At the end of the event, the parent must collect the student(s) from the school staff member at the specified time and ensure the staff member knows the parent has arrived to pick up the student(s). Please do not drop your student off at the door or plan to pick them up outside.

3. Parent Participation is Restricted or Not Allowed

In this scenario, the host venue has asked that parents not participate either due to the nature of the event (i.e. swim lessons) or because of limited space. The Centre for Learning@HOME will provide supervision according to the supervision standard set by Christ the Redeemer Catholic Schools. Parents may be able to watch from the sidelines (like in swim lessons) or drop the student(s) off and pick them up at the end of the program. When dropping off your student(s), please deliver the student(s) to the school staff member at the event to check them in and sign the activity waiver. At the end of the event, the parent must collect the student(s) from the school staff member at the specified time and ensure the staff member knows you have arrived to pick up the student(s). Please do not drop your student off at the door or plan to pick them up outside.


If arrangements are made for someone other than the parent/guardian to pick up a student, please notify The CFL staff member, in writing, prior to the start of the event.

Voluntary Student Accident Insurance

Student Accident Insurance helps to protect your family from these unexpected costs if your child is injured on school property during school-sponsored activities.

For more policy details or call 1-833-560-0527. Please note that the insurance agreement is between you and Student Accident Insurance.