Thanks for stopping by A Family Place. I enjoy working with families, and sharing the power of music with them. Kindermusik provides this outlet for me. This blog will allow me to share thoughts and ideas that can help families in their journey.
Wednesday, February 3, 2010
January Winner & more...
I'm a bit behind in my post... Aly Slade (Asa) & Emma Breithaupt are the winners for January. This is the fifth in a series of drawings celebrating 20 years of Kindermusik at Berry College. Each month I will draw two names. The first person receives $20 Kindermusik credit and a small gift for their child. The second person can choose one item from an assortment of instruments, CD's, or books. Enter weekly, one entry per child that attends a Kindermusik class. The drawings will continue through April 2010, so you have FOUR more chances to win.
There are several community events that your family may wish to participate. This Saturday, February 6 is the dance concert "Footsteps in Faith". This will take place at the City Auditorium on Broad Street. There are performances at 10, 1, 4 & 7. The performances are free and open to the public. You may see a Kindermusik friend or family member on stage!
Saturday, February 13 is the 2nd meeting of the Mt. Berry Square Mall Kid's Club. This is a free club for ages 4 -8. Each month features a different activity. Kindermusik was there in January (the weekend it snowed!). The February meeting will feature the Rome Area Council for the Arts. They will have hands on activities for the children. The mall has lots of freebies for attending too! There are registration forms for the Kid's Club outside the Kindermusik room. Fill out a card and take it to the mall next Saturday. The meeting is from 10 - 11 a.m. outside of Belk.
Twice is Nice is coming soon! This is Rome's Oldest children's consignment sale. The sale begins February 9th. This year's location is at the old Office Depot on Shorter Avenue (next to Big Lots). Check it out at www.twiceisnice.biz
Do you know of an upcoming event that families would enjoy? Let me know, I'll be glad to add it to my posts.