Homestead Valley Community Center offers a variety of classes available to all ages, at reasonable fees.
Please contact the HVCA office for more contact information and prices.
Sing-Dance-Play Music Together – email@example.com
Elina Coulter (415) 419-7454
When: Fridays 9:30 AM & 10:30 AM
Looking for infant, baby or toddler music classes the whole family can enjoy? We bring Marin County families the award-winning, internationally-recognized Music Together program for infants, todd lers , pr eschoolers, and the adults who love them. First offered to the public in 1987, Music Together has pioneered the concept of a research-based, developmentally appropriate early childhood music curriculum that strongly emphasizes and facilitates adult involvement. During our weekly classes, families joyfully sing, dance, clap, hop, wiggle, play instruments, and create lasting memories. Music Together brings the entire family together to make music—in and out of the classroom. Parents, brothers, sisters, nannies, and grandparents can all join in the fun. In fact, Music Together is so much fun; it’s easy for parents to forget that making music supports their children’s development, too. Our program is:
- Developmentally appropriate for children from infants to age five
- Relaxed, playful and process-oriented
Contact us at (415) 419-7454 or firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule your class visit!
Mill Valley Zen – millvalleyzen.com
Moderator: Marc Lesser – (415) 389-6228, email@example.com
When: Wednesdays 6:45 PM
Welcome to Mill Valley Zen, open to anyone wanting to learn to meditate, to have a regular meditation practice, to sit with others, to study Zen, to investigate the question of what it means to be a human being in these challenging and amazing times. I meet lots of people who want to have a regular meditation practice and find it difficult to maintain a regular practice in the midst of their busy lives. This group was formed to meet that need, as well as for those who want to refresh or deepen their practices.
My definition of Zen these days is that it is the practice of developing a responsive and flexible mind while keeping your heart open. Zen practice is also a way of not being caught by our stories but instead to embrace and understand our stories and the paradoxical nature of being alive. As a Zen priest, CEO, husband, father, friend, writer I’m pleased and honored to be able to be part of a regular sitting group in Mill Valley. Please join us.