Dauphin Recreation Services is thrilled to partner with Jayna Butler to offer music classes for little ones!
We are holding off registration for this program due to all of the health concerns around COVID-19. 

Saturday Classes, April 25th - June 6th
6 week session

“Tunes for Tots”

Ages: 18 months - 2 years
9:30 - 10:00am

“Music for Munchkins”
Ages: 3-6 years
10:15 - 10:45am

Tuesday Classes, May 5th - June 9th
6 week session

“Tunes for Tots”
Ages: 18 months - 2 years
4:45 - 5:15pm

“Music for Munchkins”
Ages: 3-6 years
5:30 - 6:00pm

Registration will OPEN on Monday, March 16th at 8:00am.
You can also register in-person at the Parkland Rec Complex - Front Desk.

Classes are held in the Classroom at the Upstairs of the Rotary Arena
Cost: $70/person
Instructor: Jayna Butler
Maximum of 6 participants per class
Register online, here: https://dauphinrec.maxgalaxycanada.net/BrowseActivities.aspx 

For more information on the programs and the instructor, check out: https://missbutlersmusic.weebly.com/ 

Tunes for Tots are group music classes for children between 18 months and 3 years. These classes encourage toddlers to explore, learn and be creative through dancing, singing, and playing instruments. During classes children will participate in music making activities with objects and others, explore the different ways that their bodies can move, and become exposed to rhythm, rhyme and sounds. In the Tunes for Tots classes have a high level of  parent engagement, allow for great opportunities for parent child bonding and allow for music making outside of the class. 

Music for Munchkins are group music classes designed for children age 3-6. These classes build on children's natural love for music as well as their blossoming imaginations. Through singing, dancing, and play instruments Music for Munchkin classes support the development of language skills, confidence, and independence.  A typical class will include exploring sounds and learning how they are made, developing a sense of beat and keeping the beat, making music as an ensemble, explore creative opportunities, and expressing thought and feelings through movement and music. Parents are encouraged to stay and participate in the music making experience with their child as these classes allow ample opportunities for parent and child bonding.