Early Childhood Generations

Join us for these special Early Childhood Music classes! Research shows children need four to six involved, caring adults in their lives to fully develop emotionally and socially. In our Early Childhood Generations class, children have the opportunity to share music and bond with senior citizen residents of Querencia at Barton Creek. With so many of us living away from our families of origin, this class is a wonderful chance to make “grandfriends” and build relationships with elders who many not have family nearby.

In nursing homes, assisted living facilities, and senior residences across the country, people of all ages come together to sing, dance, shake shakers, and swing scarves during weekly Early Childhood Music intergenerational classes. Here, babies, toddlers, preschoolers, and their grownups foster new and important relationships with the “grandmas” and “grandpas.” The classes are also greatly enjoyed by the seniors and staff, who look forward to the children’s lively visits, the chance to share memories, and the sheer fun of these playful music-making experiences.

 
TUITION SIGNIFICANTLY DISCOUNTED FROM OUR REGULAR PRICING!

 

Currently Running: Music Together® Generations (Spring 2017)

Tution: $50.00 Tuesday, March 21st – May 23rd (10 weeks)
Classes will be held at 10:30am
Due to the reduced tuition we are unable to offer early registration discounts

 

Music Together® Generations (Summer I 2017)

Tution: $35.00 Tuesday, June 6th – July 11th (5 weeks, no class Tuesday, July 4th)
Classes will be held at 10:30am
Due to the reduced tuition we are unable to offer early registration discounts

Summer I is full! Please call us at (512) 474-2331 for wait-list options

 
 

Clap Your Hands: ACMS Greatest Hits Generations (Summer II 2017)

Tution: $40.00 Tuesday, July 25th – August 29th (6 weeks)
Classes will be held at 10:30am
Due to the reduced tuition we are unable to offer early registration discounts

Summer II is full! Please call us at (512) 474-2331 for wait-list options

 
 

  • Read an article about intergenerational classes. (The link opens up a new window.)