Join us for a non-religious, interactive and entertaining music class for children and their care-givers. Sing, bounce, wiggle, and laugh in our historic building for this 30 minute program, after which everyone is invited to congregate on the Myrtle street playground around the corner.
Ages: Newborn to 5 years old
Dates: Mondays at 10:30AM at the Vilna Shul (18 Phillips Street, Boston MA)
First class starts on September 8, 2014 and is a FREE drop-in class
Class runs every Monday through and including October 6th
Costs: Six classes are a total of $70, which includes one free session on September 8th
Two siblings – just $120
Siblings under six months – free
Please note that there will be no refunds after the first paid class on September 15th
Participants are asked to sign up by September 1st.
Owen Kelliher has been working in the Brookline school system for 11 years. Owen is in his 10th full year at the Lawrence Extended Day Program as the K/1 Coordinator. Owen has a Director 1 license with the Massachusetts Department of Early Education and Care. He obtained this license from the completion of Masters of Education courses at Simmons College, undergrad education courses at Quincy College and through online courses at NAYEC. When Owen is not working, he enjoys playing guitar and spending time with his family.
Contact Jessica Antoline, Program Manager at the Vilna Shul for questions and concerns. Space is limited and available on a first come, first served basis. Jessica@vilnashul.org or 617-523-2324.
Event Location: The Vilna Shul
Boston, Massachusetts, 02114
* Registration closes on September 1st
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