The week of October 3rd-October 8th, we at Kindermusik with Leah Eubanks will be hosting "Bring a Friend Week" in conjunction with the organization "Keep Music Alive."
Keep Music Alive is on a MISSION to promote how valuable and important music is in all our lives: Academically, Therapeutically or just overall making us a happier society. As part of this mission, their new book "88+ Ways Music Can Change Your Life" features over 150 Inspirational music quotes, anecdotes and stories relating how music has affected the lives of people all over the world. 50% of the proceeds from all book and ebook sales are donated to non-profits that support schools and communities in need with musical instructions and education. To find out more about this great organization check out their website at www.kidsmusicday.org.
This year we will be partnering up to help promote the 1st Annual Kids Music Day on October 7th! Throughout Bring a Friend Week, we'll be celebrating all the ways that music has changed our life, starting with your's truly. :) If you haven't heard my story and how I've come to teach music then I hope that it will inspire you along your journey.
I'm so grateful to all our families who bring your children to Kindermusik each week! We do this not just because it's fun or because our children ALWAYS behave. LOL. (If you've seen my own daughter in class sometimes then you'll know I'm right there with you. :) We do this because we know it has the power to change their life for the better. As parents we dream of the adult that our child will one day become...joyful, confident, compassionate, and creative. We're all in this together.
If you would like to join us for Bring a Friend Wee just click on the link below.
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If you would just like to share one of your inspirational stories of how music has changed your life or a friend or family member's life, I encourage you to keep the conversation going on our Facebook page.
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Even if you don't have a story to share, click on over, like our page, and be inspired this week and next as we celebrate music in the lives of our children.
Happy Music Making!
Ms. Leah grew up in Asheville, NC and was exposed to music at an early age. She played violin and then grew to enjoy participating in high school and church choral and drama programs.