Music, yoga and baby sign classes in Halifax area

Some fun classes for you to consider for your little ones:

  • Music, Play…Hooray!! Calling all 3-5 year olds! Join the Ivy School of Music in Bedford as they dance, sing, create and learn new things with music and friends! Music, Play…Hooray promotes creativity through imagination and crafts, musicality through singing and rhythms, and interaction through our circle of friends. Each weekly session is 50 minutes long. Classes are limited to 10 children. Introductory Cost: $45 for 5 weeks (includes all-day admission at Aplaydia). Session dates (Tuesdays):  Nov 17, Nov 24,  Dec 1, Dec 8, and Dec 15, 2009, 10am-10:50am. Call Ivy School of Music (located in Aplaydia) on 444-7529 to register.
  • Family yoga is back for children aged 3 to 5 years old at the Bloomfield Centre in Halifax with Lara Morris. The next dates are Sunday, November 22 and Sunday, December 13, from 10am to 10:45am. $12 per class for child and caregiver. Contact Lara on 422-4096 or email to register.
  • Baby Talk Sign Language still has spaces open for its baby signing workshop this Wednesday evening (October 28th), where you can learn strategies and techniques to use American Sign Language (ASL) signs while interacting in enriching ways with infants and toddlers. The workshops are open to parents and/or caregivers only and they ask that alternate care arrangements be made for children during the 2 hour session. The cost for the workshop is $50 + HST per adult or $65 + HST per couple. Dates: Wednesday, October 28 at 7-9pm, and Sunday, December 6 at 9-11am, at Sticky Kids in Fall River. More information available here.
  • Aplaydia in Bedford is running an after school care program, complete with tutors to help your child finish their homework, supervised play on the indoor playground, scheduled activities, music lesson (optional) and most importantly – FUN! Cost:  $20 per child per day (music lesson extra). Call to register or to inquire (444-7529).

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