Art & Craft Activities for Kids - Sandy Bay (7005)

the Hobart & South East Region, Tasmania (TAS)

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Guitar Lessons Hobart
Guitar Lessons Hobart offers private high quality guitar lessons taught from a central home studio in Hobart. Harry can provide guitar lessons for all levels and ages, from beginner to advanced. Guitar Lessons Hobart offers acoustic and electric guitar lessons in all styles, including: – Blues – Jazz – Gypsy – Folk – Fingerstyle & classical – Rock – Pop Guitar lessons are one-on-one, and are customised for each students level, needs and musical interests. Working with students ...
Little Music Makers
Little Music Makers is a one-stop destination for buying educational toys for your adorable ones to grow while learning. Offered wooden toys helps improving hand-eye coordination of kids and enable them to identify shapes and colors. Explore the extensive range of early learning toys on our store and buy a suitable article for your little one.
Drum Up Big
Drum Up Big provides opportunities for people of all ages and abilities to enjoy the benefits of rhythm as a recreational group activity. Our Rhythm For Kids programs are for children aged 12 months to 8 years. We also do school visits and classes for adults.

Rhythm For Tots - Thursday mornings for 5 weeks

From 01-01-2015 To 31-12-2016

Five x 45 minute fun, rhythm-based play sessions for children aged 12 months to 4 years accompanied by a parent or care giver. The sessions are designed to develop the natural musicality of the child ...

PO Box 381, Sandy Bay, TAS 7005

The Tasmanian Youth Orchestra connects young Tasmanian musicians to some of the best musicians in Australia, providing orchestral experiences and inspirational leadership opportunities. Our vision is to inspire, nurture and develop young Tasmanian musicians, to perform the very best they can and enjoy a lifelong love of music. The TYO provides pathways for those new to ensemble playing, through to experienced players studying at the Conservatorium of Music. Our youngest players are 8 years old. ...
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