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Babies Only Class

Family Sing-Along/Potluck 2014

"Music expresses that which cannot be said and on which it is impossible to be silent."

~Victor Hugo 1802-1885

(French poet and novelist)

Scarf Dance!

"Our children are watching us live, and what we ARE shouts louder than anything we can say."

~Wilferd A. Peterson

(inspirational author)

Family Sing-Along/Potluck 2016

"What is best in music is not

to be found in the notes." 

~Gustav Mahler


Family Sing-Along/Potluck 2016

Tell me, I forget; Show me, I remember; Involve me, I understand.

~Chinese Proverb

Babies Only Class

Play-Along Time!


"Making music should not be left to the professionals."

-Michelle Shocked

(American singer/songwriter)

Family Sing-Along/Potluck 2016

"A child reminds us that playtime is an essential part of our daily routine."


"Music has the power to bring people together like no other art form."

~Michael Franti

American musician, poet,

and singer-songwriter

Dancing at the Family Sing-Along/Potluck 2014

 I'm Hiding . . .

"Play is our brain's favorite way of learning."

~Diane Ackerman

(contemporary American author)

To watch us dance is to hear our hearts speak. 

~Hopi Indian Saying

Three little owls said "Whoo, whoo"

as they sat in the old oak tree...

Shake, shake, shake!

Sharing and Discovering

"If you love music, you can play music." 

~Mike Nesmith (The Monkees)

Babies Only Class

"Music is the divine way to tell beautiful, poetic things to the heart."

- Pablo Casals

(Spanish cellist and conductor)

Family Sing-Along/Potluck 2016

Play-Along Time!

"I think music in itself is healing. It's an explosive expression of humanity. It's something we are all touched by. No matter what culture we're from, everyone loves music."

The "Archives"

Play-Along Time in 2001!

~Madeleine L'Engle

(American author)

“The great thing about getting older is that you don't lose all the other ages you've been.” 

Ginger's very first Music Together student!

Loren at 20 months, 2000

 At Ellington Hall. 2005

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