2017 Winter Session
These recreational courses are aimed at young people between 4 and 17 years of age, and provide a chance to have some diversion while learning the basic techniques of circus arts.
The program is also designed to help develop their coordination, concentration, perseverance and motor skills. All courses are held in the École nationale de cirque (National Circus School studios). Participants have access to state-of-the-art equipment used by professionals.
The 2017 Winter session starts on January 14.
The School primarily emphasizes the lighter side of these activities. The courses are presented in a spirit of play; students are able to have fun while learning various circus disciplines and techniques.
At every step they are guided and encouraged by a team of professional instructors selected for their pedagogic and technical expertise.
Courses offered in Winter 2017 :
Calendar 2017 Winter session
Classes are offered over a period of 11 weeks*
*except for Yoga (10 weeks)
- Saturday January 14 to April 1
- Sunday January 15 to April 2
- Monday January 16 to April 3
- Tuesday January 17 to April 4
- Wednesday January 18 to April 5
- Thursday January 19 to April 6
*No classes from Februray 18 to 23 (Entrance Examination at the School)
- Have the age prescribed by the course.
- Complete the online entry form by paying via credit card with Visa or MasterCard.
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Classes given at Downtown YMCA Centre-Ville
Since Fall 2016, the École nationale de cirque (National Circus School) offers ACROS-CIRQUE classes to children aged 4 to 11 at the Downtown YMCA (1440, Stanley Street, Montreal).
Taught by the School's teacher training programs graduates, classes take place on Sunday mornings at the Downtown YMCA.
Stay tuned for registration dates on their website.
Classes given at Loisirs récréatifs et communautaires Rosemont
ACROS-CIRQUE classes are also offered at Centre Alphonse-Desjardins (6755, 36e Avenue - near Saint-Zotique and Viau streets, Montreal).
Stay tuned for registration dates on the website of Loisirs récréatifs et communautaires Rosemont. More details to come.
Classes given at Centre Milton Park
Children from 6 to 8 and 9 to 12 years old can also discover circus arts at Centre Milton Park (3555, Saint-Urbain street, Montreal).
Stay tuned for registration dates on the website of Centre Milton Park.
2017 Winter Session
Did you know?
The ENC Foundation received a grant from the RBC Learn to Play Project. This contribution will allow ENC to implement physical literacy activities through circus arts for children.