A Leisurely Pastime Picnic Coming Soon
Research suggests spending time in a natural setting is good for your mental health. A family picnic is great family time with the kids. It’s also a wonderful tradition to strengthen ties with family and friends too.
Coming soon the Joshua Creek Heritage Art Center is celebrating its 10th Anniversary with a family picnic. I’ll be there with my rainbow set of harps to provide an opportunity for anyone interested to have an experience playing the harp.
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to play the harp? Curious about this ancient musical instrument? Then you’re in for a treat.
Recreational harp music making is healthy and inclusive. It’s based on music activities that bring the community together. Come see for yourself at the JCHAC Family Picnic Sunday, June 10th, 2018. It’s the perfect opportunity to come out take part and have fun.
Looking forward to seeing you there!
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At the Girl Guides Centre Mississauga, we had 14 girls participate in a Halton Harps music workshop. The young girls came together in the afternoon for a unique experience. They learned how to play the harp.
The benefit of harp music workshops for the girls helps them socially, can improve memory, teaches patience, connects them to self and others while fostering learning, expression, and creativity. Having a hobby or creative outlet for young girls builds a healthy self-esteem.
Empowering young girls to believe in themselves, try something new and simply do their best builds confidence. That was our goal yesterday and we achieved it with success!
Creating magical moments one harp at a time, making friends and having fun leaves an impression and impact that lasts a lifetime for the Girl Guides.
These young minds were able to flourish in an environment where they felt safe and comfortable to explore something new.
Heartfelt thanks go out to Mary and Heather for inviting me to share another Halton Harps workshop with your community. We had FUN!
Interested in bringing a Halton Harps music workshop to your community? To learn more please contact Francesca Durham.
Could This Be You?
To all my friends who are introverts and the extroverts who try to understand.
Add more joy to your daily life by embracing creative activity.
Be curious and have fun connecting to your creative energy and spirit.
Build new pathways to express your life with rich and fulfilling experiences.
MARI® is just one of many ways to celebrate your creativity.
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At the Girl Guides Centre Mississauga, this group of young girls came together in the afternoon for a unique experience and opportunity with Halton Harps.
The experience was making harp music together. The girls learned to play the harp, they sang and even crafted a harp out of shoe boxes.
Empowering young girls to believe in themselves, try something new and simply do their best builds confidence. That was our goal yesterday and we achieved it with success! Having a hobby or creative outlet for young girls helps build a healthy self-esteem.
The end result of our event and time together was having the parents enjoy listening to their girls play for them before going home. Having the support of mom, dad a big sister, brother or mentor also helps to build confidence.
Creating magical moments of music, one harp string at a time, making friends and having fun leaves an impression and impact that lasts a lifetime for these young girls.
We allowed these young minds to flourish in an environment where they felt safe and comfortable to explore something new, learning how to play the harp.
A heartfelt thanks goes out to Heather for inviting Halton Harps into your community.
Interested in bringing our Happy Harping workshop to your community? To learn more please contact Halton Harps.