Giving the Gift of Music
December 16, 2014
The Music & Arts Center
Music is a very powerful force in the lives of children and adults. It can remind you of someone, or transport you to a time and place far or near. With music and arts programs disappearing from schools, it can be all the more important to bring music into your children’s lives on your own. Many children enjoy learning how to play a musical instrument, and playing music together can become an important family tradition. Join us as we welcome Ann Ittoop from Music & Arts Center as we explore the many ways our children can benefit from a lifetime of music.
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