Adventures in Music

CANCELLED: Following official government advice recommending people avoid social gatherings to help slow the spread of coronavirus, the Adventures in Music sessions planned for March and April are cancelled.  

Further details of service disruption is available here

A magical musical adventure for you and your little one.

Supported by funding from Arts Council England, Inspire has developed an exciting new musical programme for children aged 2 - 5 and their families.

Adventures in Music uses rhythm, music and movement to develop your child's language skills, spark their imagination and build their confidence in exploring and making music.

There are 10 sessions in total with a different enchanting theme each week.  From pirates to fairies, a mermaid city to a monster mountain – come along to clap, stamp, shake, dance and sing!  

Tickets: FREE but places are limited so booking is advised.  Your ticket will admit you for the full 10 weeks of musical adventures!
For children aged 2 - 5

No sessions on Bank Holiday 8 May or during Half Term, week commencing 25 May.

Arnold LibraryFridays, 10.30am | Starts 24 April

Beeston Library Thursdays, 9.30am | Starts 7 May 

Bingham Library - Thursdays, 9.30am | Starts 7 May  

Hucknall LibraryTuesdays, 11.15am | Starts 5 May

Kirkby-in-Ashfield LibraryTuesdays, 9.45am | Starts 5 May

Mansfield Central Library - Mondays, 11.15am | Starts 4 May

Newark LibraryWednesdays, 11.00am | Starts 6 May

Southwell LibraryWednesdays, 9.45am | Starts 6 May

Sutton-in-Ashfield LibraryFridays, 11.15am | Starts 24 April

West Bridgford LibraryMondays, 9.30am | Starts 4 May

The Crossing, Worksop -  Fridays, 9.15am | Starts 24 April

PLEASE NOTE - Worksop Library is currently closed as repair work is carried out following significant flood damage. The new venue for the Worksop sessions will be The Crossing Church & Centre, Worksop.

Music Passport

Children will have the chance to develop and practice a range of musical skills.   Each child will receive an Adventures in Music passport (pictured below), collecting stamps for every fun skill learned.  There's a certificate at the end too!

I enjoyed watching some of the children visibly grow in confidence during the sessions and socialise with others and was able to easily identify those who attended regularly because they stood out in terms of attention, engagement and ability. 

Sally Clements - Artistic and Quality Assessor for Arts Council England

You can sign up to our Children and Families mailing list to hear about Adventures in Music and other family events.  To sign up click here

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