You must review the Covid-19 protocol prior to attending any Moov Ottawa Dance event
may 5th, 2022: To reiterate our current practice, we do not require proof of vaccination for any of our classes, workshops, North Moovment or events via The Bronson Centre. We do not require usage of masks. We do recommend the use of masks, being fully vaccinated and highly recommend hand washing, but it is not enforced. Social distancing is encouraged. If you are sick, even with mild symptoms (mild headache etc), have covid or have been a high risk contact, do not attend our event/class! If you are unsure what to do prior to attending, contact us first - we're very transparent :). Please feel better and join us when you are well. See their policy here.
MARCH 22nd, 2022: As followed with the policy through The Bronson Centre, we will no longer require masks to be worn during our classes or workshops. It will be optional. Social distancing will be encouraged. See their policy here.
MARCH 15TH, 2022: As followed with the policy through The Bronson Centre, we will no longer require proof of vaccination nor follow any contact tracing. Masks mandates remain in place but folks will be allowed to remove them while dancing. See their policy here.
FEBRUARY 25TH, 2022: COVID-19 VACCINATION POLICY FOR KIDS 7-11: At this time, the venue we are using does not require kids 7-11 to be fully vaccinated. This being said, as the parent, to enter the building, you must be fully vaccinated. Read The Bronson Centre policy here. Kids must wear their masks while they begin dancing but may remove it to breathe properly when exerting themselves in class.
JANUARY 31ST, 2022: We are officially open for in-person learning & shows. All Covid-19 protocols are still in effect (masks, hand washing, vaccine proof etc)
JANUARY 21ST, 2022: We will be opening up our in-person classes & programs beginning February 1st, 2022. All the protocols below will still be in effect.
JANUARY 4TH, 2022: With the new restrictions from the Ontario government, Moov Ottawa's in-person classes, workshops & community projects are cancelled/postponed. Virtual/Online School Programs will continue as usual. All in-person programs will resume in February 2022, or when indoor recreational activities re-open.
DECEMBER 18TH, 2021: Masks will be mandatory at all times, even when dancing, but will be allowed to remove it to drink water or when changing into a new mask, which will be provided at the entrance.