Aberdeen Performing Arts’ Creative Learning team may be heading to the city’s Central Children’s Library on Tuesday – but they are anything but bookish.
For they will be using colourful instruments, props and puppets to provide an interactive musical experience for children aged from two to four and their grown-ups.
And they are issuing an open invitation for youngsters to join them at one of two free taster sessions of their Teeny Tiny Tunes programme at the Central Children’s Library from 11am to 12pm and 1.30pm to 2.30pm on Tuesday (January 13).
“We are looking for youngsters to join us on a musical journey through rhymes and stories,” said APA music development co-ordinator Claire-Gillian Watt. “Our tailored activities introduce music skills and ideas, while developing creativity, coordination and new friendships.
“We are running the free taster sessions on Tuesday for people who would like to try before committing to a full 10-week block of the programme.
“We had a very exciting first term of Teeny Tiny Tunes last autumn and are now keen to launch our second term to continue to develop the creative activities that we offer for this age group.”
More information is available from Claire-Gillian and the team by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
And those interested in the January/April term of the Teeny Tiny Tunes programme can book places at a cost of £50 per 10-week block by requesting a booking form by email from the Creative Learning team.
APA's Creative Learning team provides groups, children, adults and the wider community with opportunities to develop their creative potential and their love of the arts.