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CCAC Covid-19 Safety Plan

CCAC and Covid-19: How We Plan to Keep You Safe

The CCAC is re-opening for in-person lessons on a limited basis. Online lessons are still available.

Note: Subject to change following Public health regulations.

For in-person lessons,

1. All our staff are fully vaccinated.


2. We will have only one teacher per day in the Centre. No more than one student can be present in the Centre at any one time.


3. Separate pianos for teacher and student, separated by a plexiglass barrier.


4. There will be no group classes at this time. Vocal lessons will remain online.


5. Face coverings (mask and/or visor) and physical distancing are mandatory for teachers and students for the duration of the lesson.


6. There will be no reception. The front door will be kept locked. Students will be admitted after ringing the buzzer. Parents must present proof of vaccination to accompany their children or wait outside.


7. There will be a fifteen minute break between students to allow for sanitizing instruments and for the room to ventilate.


8. Ventilation has been upgraded and air purifiers with HEPA filters are installed.


9. We are using an online screening app, Allchecked.in, with the QR code posted on the front door.


10. Paper waivers are available for those without a smart phone.


11. Because of the fifteen minute interval, punctuality is essential.

We are excited to be back in person and we want everybody to stay safe!




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Thank You Delta Bingo and Gaming!

For over 20 years, Delta Bingo and Gaming has supported the Cabbagetown Community Arts Centre in helping us deliver music lessons to the at-risk children of the St. Jamestown-Regent Park-Moss Park neighbourhoods.


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Why Music Matters

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Thank You Toronto!

A huge shout out to our community that has come together to support us after our recent break-in and theft.
We lost over 20 guitars, violins, amplifiers, mics and a powered mixer.

The response has been overwhelming. Thank you to everyone who donated to our Gofundme campaign, and the dozens of instruments donated in the past week. An unfortunate incident like this brings out the best in us, and renews our faith in humanity.

We ask people who wish to support the CCAC to click on the Donate Now! button and follow instructions.
Thank You Everybody! You rock!

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2018 Winter Recitals

Our Winter Recitals included singing, piano playing and guitar jamming! Our kids did a spectacular job in showcasing their talents for three consecutive days. Performing in front of an audience can be frightening but that did not stop our kids here at the CCAC from putting on such magical performances! Their hard work and dedication paid off as they amazed the crowd. Bravo to all and thank you to all the attendees for all the support!

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In Memoriam- Michelle Lecce-Hewitt

Our dear friend and colleague Michelle Lecce passed away on Saturday April 8 after a long struggle with cancer. She died at home, surrounded by her loving parents, Tony and Denise, her brother Steve and her wife Alicia Lecce-Hewitt She was an integral part of our musical community. Her boundless spirit and enthusiasm, as well as her consummate musicianship will be sorely missed by teachers and students alike. Our hearts are with her family and Alicia.

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Bill Graham on the CCAC

Click to watch Bill Graham’s message to the Cabbagetown Community Arts Centre ,

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Justin Trudeau on the CCAC

Click to watch ┬áPrime Minister Justin Trudeau’s message to the Cabbagetown Community Arts Centre ,

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Summer Camp 2015 Pics and Memories

Our best attended Summer Camp winds up today. Here’s some pics!

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The Art of the Sizzle Event Pics!

The Art of the Sizzle! Event Pics

Click the link to see pics from this amazing event

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Stay Tuned for next year’s fundraiser, the Art of the Quizzle! Click to see the trailer

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