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Children thrive on music. It’s one of the best vehicles for learning in early childhood development. Kindermusik takes musical learning to the next level; our curriculum is proven to improve a child’s brain development. And for parents, it’s a fun thing to do with kids!

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June 16, 2016
Brenda Dirk June 2016

Visionary College students Brenda Dirk and Taylor Hambly and their bands will be performing at the Sherwood Park Toyota and TEAOA BBQ and Show and Shine,  in support of the Stollery Children’s Hospital the event will be held on June 18th from 11am – 3pm.

Historically the Show N Shine was introduced as way to bring automobile enthusiasts together. It was a day spent with fellow hobbyists and gearheads alike. You were able to show off your ride, or just admire the work, determination, and the blood, sweat and tears others had put into their rides.

Decades later, things haven’t changed, at Sherwood Park Toyota they're adding to the enthusiasm and off-road excitement that is so prevalent in our province and city. On June 18th they will be showcasing some of Toyota’s and Lexus’ biggest and baddest off-road vehicles. Along with the show they will be featuring products from some of the most trusted and dependable manufacturers in four-wheeling.

Be sure to check out the trucks, have a burger, or two, and listen to some live entertainment from Visionary College students, all in support of the Stollery Children’s Hospital.

Show starts at 11:00am
BBQ starts at 12:00pm
Stollery Presentation 12:10pm – 12:20pm
Live Music featuring Visionary College 12:30pm – 2:00p

The bands are:
Drums- Morgan Palagain, Guitar - Matt Wynn, Vocals - Taylor Hambley,  Vocals - Brenda Dirk, Bass  Ian Price
Brenda Dirk Band. Vocals- Brenda Dirk, Guitar - Wyatt Clark, Drummer - Julien Corazza, Bass - Evan Bruce, Guitar - Josh Bragg, Guitar - Ben Nickerson 

Food Trucks are Coming on Fathers Day

The Food Trucks are Coming to the St. Albert Grain Elevators on Fathers Day, Sunday, June 19 from 1:00-5:00pm and Visionary College will be there to entertain your family while they enjoy the feast!
The Grain Elevators are operated by the Arts and Heritage Foundation of St. Albert and is a historic site in the City of St. Albert. The allstar line up includes music students and music instructors at Visionary College, with the following schedule
1:00 Avery Smith 
2:00 Martha Livingstone 
3:00 Hailey Benedict (recent recipient of Global Woman of Vision)
4:00 Jessy Mossop and Jake Perry 

See you there! 

June 14, 2016
Visionary College and Innovations Music are excited to be major sponsors in the second annual St. Albert Pride BBQ. On Saturday, June 18 from 3:00-6:00 Lions Park in St. Albert will be the home of a free BBQ, (donations accepted) and live entertainment. The stage schedule is as follows;

3:00 Aryn McConnell
3:30 Jake Perry
4:00 Jessy Mossop
4:30 Ash Halinda
4:45 We Were Friends
5:15 Samantha Wiltzen
5:30 Matthew Baba
5:40 Martha Livingstone

Jessy Mossop Jake Perry
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Early Childhood Blog

Dynamics: Loud and Quiet

Dynamics: Loud and Quiet

At some point, most parents frantically seek to turn down the volume of their child—in the library, at a restaurant, waiting in line at the grocery store, in a public bathroom. Unfortunately, a toddler’s version of an “inside voice” can tend to sound like everyone else’s version of an “outside voice” (as in yodeling-at-the-top-of-a-mountain loud). Yodel-ay-hee-shhhhh!

While your child’s sense of hearing began developing in the womb, the basic concept of dynamics—loud and quiet—must be learned. In Kindermusik class, we lead you and your child through a variety of activities to help your little yodeler learn to recognize the difference between loud and quiet sounds. When we play our clip clap instruments loud or soft, “go ‘round the mountain” with loud running feet or quiet tiptoeing feet, imitate the loud or quiet sounds of mama and baby sheep, or even move our scarves quietly or loudly through the corn, your child learns how to listen to and differentiate between loud and quiet sounds. So, the next time your toddler uses an “outside voice” in an inside situation, you can ask in your quiet voice: “How would baby sheep say that”? It just might turn down the volume!

Everyday Connection: Keep it Bottled Up. Make toddler-friendly shakers from plastic drink containers and soft (quiet) and hard (loud) items. Then, put on your favourite music from class and play loudly and quietly together!

Reprinted by permission from Kindermusik