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Music Together

Music Together
Ages 0—5 with Caregiver
Mondays, 9:30 & 10:30 AM
 
Music Together is coming to Granby! Join this international, research-based music & movement program for children from birth to Kindergarten – and the grownups who love them! Around the globe, families enrolled in the program playfully share in songs, rhymes, movement and instrument play, both in class and throughout daily life. Designed as a multi-semester program to grow with your little one over the course of early childhood, a beautifully illustrated songbook and CD is included each semester. Music Together brings families and friends together in a rich musical environment and demonstrates how joyful, spontaneous music-making can be a part of everyday life. Take advantage of this special opportunity to participate in the beloved Music Together program right here in Granby! Instructor: Lexi Wickman, Music Together of West Hartford and Farmington Valley. Held in the Salmon Brook Park Gathering Room
Winter Session:  Mondays, January 7—March 11 (10 weeks)
Spring Session:  Mondays, April 1—June 17 (10 weeks, no class April 8, May 27)

Fee:  $220 first child, $115 second child , $90 third child.  Infant siblings under 8 months on the first day of class are free.

Family Yoga Programs
Baby Yoga is designed for any caregiver and their baby ages 6 weeks to early crawlers.  The focus is on infant developmental techniques and poses as well as ways for caregivers to squeeze some precious yoga into baby-filled days.  Caregivers and baby will explore play and breathing while taking an opportunity to practice some healing stretches.  This class encourages improvisation with baby, regaining flexibility after birth, and stimulates gross motor skill development.

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