Music school open day
The new owners of a local music school will hold an open day on Saturday, March 17.
Led by two instructors from 9am until 11am, parents and toddlers will explore new instruments, sounds, dancing and musical activities.
From 12pm onwards the program will cater for all ages by offering free lessons in piano, guitar, bass, ukulele, violin, drums, flute and vocals.
Attendees will have the option of taking the guitar lessons individually or in a group.
Lucky door prizes will be drawn throughout the day.
"We want to give everyone a chance to try the instruments especially the less common ones like the violin which they might not have tried before," said Woy Woy School of Music co-owner and organiser Ms Madeline van DerMast.
"Because we're the new owners we just want to let the community know that we're still here and we are in it for the long haul," she said.
"We want to create an opportunity for the community to come together and enjoy music, to socialise and to learn new things and introduce ourselves and the newly renovated school to everyone.
"We want to strengthen the musical community, to create awareness of the joys of music and to host a free, fun, social and musical day for all ages."
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