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‘Music for Babies’ Classes

National touring children’s musician Evan from Music at the Blissful came to Winthrop recently to kick off a four-week series of “Music for Babies” classes held at the Winthrop Parent Network. The classes are free and open to the community thanks to a grant from the Winthrop Cultural Council, and are designed to help babies work on their physical, social and language development and social awareness.
Local parent Julia Wallerce, who applied for the grant in partnership with the Winthrop Parent Network, says she hopes this is the first of many music, movement and enrichment programs made available to young children/babies and their caregivers in Winthrop in the coming months.
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