The village of Montgomery is partnering with Paramount School of the Arts in Aurora to offer free Kindermusik demo classes on Nov. 4.
Two classes will be available beginning at 10:30 a.m. for ages 18 months to 3-and-a-half years old and at 11:30 a.m. for newborn to 17 months old.
Both classes will be hosted at Village Hall, 200 N. River St., Montgomery.
Corinne Vargas, village of Montgomery Community Relations Manager, said the village is excited about the new partnership with Paramount School of the Arts.
“We are happy to promote, not only the school, but the importance of early childhood creative and social development,” she said. “I was seeking out new partnerships that would bring more creative outlets to the Montgomery residents, whether it be through visual, theatrical or educational art.”
Parents and children will experience singing, dancing, playing instruments and hearing stories; using the power and joy of music-making to help children learn and grow socially, musically and cognitively. The free classes will be limited to about 15 children per age group.
To RSVP for one of the free classes visit ci.montgomery.il.us and fill out the online form. Contact Julie at firstname.lastname@example.org for more details about the Kindermusik program or about Paramount School of the Arts.
About the Paramount School of the Arts
Paramount School of the Arts is home to kids who feel differently, dream differently and express themselves differently. The school is for the teens who are a bit braver, a bit bolder and a bit more determined and are for the adults that are still dreaming, still growing and still taking risks.
Paramount School of the Arts is located at the John C. Dunham Aurora Arts Center, 20 South Stolp Ave., Aurora.
About the Village of Montgomery
Founded in 1835, the village of Montgomery serves over 19,000 residents. Nestled along the banks of the Fox River in northern Illinois, Montgomery is located approximately 40 miles southwest of Chicago, just south of Aurora, in both Kane and Kendall counties.