Children Birth to Five Years, Accompanied by a Guardian
Music Together® is based on the premise that all children are musical and parents/caregivers play a crucial role in activating and nurturing their child’s musical development. Classes include songs, rhythmic rhymes, movement, and instrument play. Activities are playful, non-performance-oriented musical experiences - developmentally appropriate for children and easy for parents and caregivers - regardless of their own musical ability. Best of all, it’s fun! Min 6/Max 12 per session.
Fall 2015 Fiddle Session:
Dates/Time: Tue, Oct 6 - Dec 15 | 10:30 — 11:15am (no class Nov 24)
Location: Park District Building, 5475 Maxwelton Rd, Room 125
Instructor: Jess Monett started playing the piano when she was six years old and discovered her passion for music. She received a B.S. in Music Education, then began her career as the band director at LMS. Jess is also on staff at Joe’s Island Music, teaching piano and band instruments. She enjoys accompanying various community musical groups, and is thrilled to share music with children. Email: email@example.com
Tuition: $103*, additional siblings 9 months - 5 years: $80
**Additional registration fee of $40 per family is due at first class and paid directly to instructor. Checks made payable to MTWI. Class materials include a CD, a login code to access online resources, music activity book, and parent guide so you can continue the musical experience throughout the week.
FREE DEMO CLASS!
Tuesday, September 29 @ 10:30-11:15AM
South Whidbey Park & Rec Building, Room 125
RSVP Required, call (360)221-6788.
Please invite your friends! If they decide to register and you referred them, you can receive a discount on your tuition!
Bringing Baby Home
A Program for Parents Experiencing the Transition to Parenthood from the Gottman Institute
Pregnant or New Parents within Six Months of Baby's Birth
This two day workshop seeks to assist couples in the transition to parenthood. Whether a first time or seasoned parent, research has proven that the Bringing Baby Home Program can help prevent marital meltdown when the new baby arrives. Statistically 67% of couples experience a reduction in relational satisfaction during the first year. Come strengthen your friendship and learn how to turn towards each other rather than away in times of stress and conflict.
Discover how to recognize and support your child’s emotional and developmental needs and remain a team as co-parents.
This class functions in a relaxed environment and utilizes simple lecture and couple interactive exercises. It is for couples who are either pregnant or new parents. Babies under the age of 6 months are welcomed. Please bring anything that can assist in you and your baby’s success in this setting. Light refreshments will be provided. A 60 minute break will be allotted for lunch.
Dates: Sat, Oct 17 & Sun, Oct 25
9:00am - 4:00pm
Location: South Whidbey Parks & Recreation Building, Room 125
Instructor: Hillary Edwards, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Fee: $140 (Additional materials fee $30 per family is due at first class and paid directly to instructor. Materials include a Couples workbook and Card deck.)