Activities for Mums and young people- A message from Jack Drum Arts
ONLINE COMMUNITY SINGING
Join us in creating a brand new online-singing collective where you will learn basic technique, rhythm, and harmony, to sing arrangements in a range of styles and genres – NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY!
Thursdays 2pm til 4pm
April 9th and 16th 2020 (to be extended depending on group number)
All courses are FREE. All you need to do is download the Zoom app and once you’ve registered, we’ll send out a link to the session. Easy!
Group music-making has been proven to reduce stress, improve mood, and boost the immune system. It brings communities together to reduce loneliness and isolation. It’s a great way to express your individuality and an excellent tool for mindfulness and relaxation!
Many women are carers. A carer is anyone who provides unpaid support for a friend or family member who needs help due to age, illness, disability, poor mental health, or an addiction. You don’t have to be a registered carer, and did you know, mums are carers too?
To book a place, email firstname.lastname@example.org and tell us which course you’re interested in, and how old you are.
We will respond with a link to a registration form and full details of how to access the class on Zoom. Please note for safeguarding reasons access to the classes will be only given to those who register via email and consent will be required from a parent/carer for anyone under 18 years of ages.
Delivered by Jack Drums and funded by Spirit 2012’s Carers’ Music Fund, putting women and girls with caring responsibilities front and centre, offering them opportunities for fun, creative expression and (re)discovery of self through music-making.