SCARSDALE, N.Y. -- Songs for Seeds of Scarsdale, the award winning and popular children’s music program, will hold Family Week from March 22-24, when any family member can attend a class for free.
Moms, dads, sisters, brothers, and grandparents - anyone in the family that normally does not attend a class – can sing, dance and play instruments with the Songs for Seeds band.
“We just want to say thanks to all the families that have made Songs for Seeds a success,” said Dana Fisher Goodman, owner of Songs for Seeds in Scarsdale. “We thought what better way to say thanks than to open the door to all family members.”
The Songs for Seeds spring session begin Monday, March 28, and will expand from 11 to 15 classes to meet the demand. The music program has added four new classes on Mondays, two in the morning and two in the afternoon. Morning and afternoon classes are open to children: newborn to 6-years of age and are held at the Scarsdale Synagogue. Twelve weeks of classes cost $395.
Songs for Seeds features 45-minute classes led by a three-piece live band of teacher/musicians who encourage kids to sing, play instruments, and dance. Classes involve children and their parents or nannies who sing and dance with the band. At the end of class, the children are invited to sing with the band (karaoke style) and play the band’s instruments (guitar, keys and drums).
For more information about Songs for Seeds, contact Dana Goodman Fisher at firstname.lastname@example.org .
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