Music for Aardvarks and other Mammals, as seen on nickjr. comes to Suffern in early June.
The foot stomping, jingle shaking, drum drumming hullabaloo for small mammals from five months to five years, and their parents delivers a refreshing alternative to traditional music classes.
Music for Aardvarks and Other Mammals is a groovy alternative to the traditional music class for kids. It was created in 1997 by rock musician/composer and father of three David Weinstone. His original song collections, with influences of rock, the blues, ballads, folk, and pop, uniquely reflect and celebrate the lives of children today. The popular classes are currently available in ten states and in England with classes coming to Miami, Chicago, San Francisco and New Mexico.
"We started with a few classes in Ridgewood and are now up to six locations from Teaneck New Jersey to Suffern, NY" said director Cindy Kresch, "We are very excited about bringing this program to Suffern and introducing children to our music experience."
There is no right or wrong way to participate as children and parents are encouraged to join in with "Song, dance and rhythm combine for a rockin' good time".
Parents enjoy the interactive classes especially since children 'going wild' is encouraged.
Classes will be held at the Hines Playhouse, 92 Lafayette Avenue in Suffern. The first class is scheduled for Tuesday June 5th at 9:30 and 10:30am and again on Thursday June 7th at 9:30 and 10:30am.
Class space is limited so RSVP by calling 201-615-1292. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org