Public Service Announcement: COVID-19 Update
We’re pleased to announce that we are now accepting rental inquiries for meeting rooms as of August 17th.
We’re here to answer your questions and help you plan your next occasion in a safe and welcoming environment. Please contact our Account Representative to discuss your needs today:
The Living Arts Centre will reopen in a staged approach:
- Starting August 17, meeting rooms will be made available
- The RBC Theatre, studio rentals, group bookings & the box office open on September 8
- Hammerson Hall reopens October 1
Please take note of our health and safety protocols, including changes to room capacities.
We’ve updated our offerings to comply with Peel Public Health safety guidelines and policies. Please contact our Account Representative to discuss your catering requirements:
- The health and safety of our employees and guests are our number one priority and we are taking all necessary precautions to maintain a safe environment.
- The Living Arts Centre will deliver a clean and sanitized event space, studios and common areas and regularly apply a disinfectant to high-touch surfaces in common areas such as washrooms, door handles, handrails and elevator buttons.
- Pre-screening questions will be presented to you prior to entering the building, theatre and studios; rental clients will also be required to designate someone to pre-screen guests and obtain contact information for each attendee prior to entering the meeting, event or function space.
- If you are experiencing symptoms or answer “yes” to any of the screening questions, we ask you to please stay home.
- Rental clients will be required to submit a COVID plan to the Living Arts Centre prior to their event date, outlining event protocols and operations that will be in place for the safety of attendees and to prevent the spread of the virus.
- All persons entering the Living Arts Centre and within public spaces of building must wear a face covering that securely covers the nose, mouth and chin as required under the City of Mississauga by-law no. 0169-2020. Any changes to this by-law prior to reopening will be communicated to you on our website and social media channels. Please check back often.
- Exceptions include children two and under, those who have trouble breathing or are otherwise unable to wear a face covering for medical reasons or for reasons of disability, including persons who are unable to remove masks without assistance. Proof of a medical condition or disability is not required.
- Examples of a face covering include a mask, bandana, neck warmer or scarf.
- Face coverings may only be removed while inside a meeting room, studio or theatre provided that patrons are able to safely maintain a physical distance of 2 metres (6-feet).
- Only 2 people at time will be permitted in the elevator and must wear a face covering.
- We kindly ask that all guests provide their own masks (and gloves if required).
Maximum occupancies that will be allowed in the Living Arts Centre will be communicated to you with as much notice and as close to the event or program start date as possible.
Occupancies have been created based on guidance by provincial orders and local health authorities. Please speak with our Account Representative for more information.
Thank-you for your continued patience and support.
Please visit the livingartscentre.on.ca for the latest news, including future reopening announcements.
We look forward to welcoming you back to the Living Arts Centre soon!
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State-of-the-art audio/visual equipment including wireless internet is readily available. Our in-house catering staff provides appealing menus tailored specifically to your needs and budget. Our staff can discuss details with you about renting one of our meeting rooms or theatre and assist in planning your event and making it a success.