Songs for Seeds Finds New Home in Ardmore
The rock-based music and movement class is on the move.
Songs for Seeds, a rock music-based parent-and-child class, is moving from Wayne to a new home in Ardmore in June.
Jill Littman, who opened the only local outlet of the New York City-born music and movement program in 2016, is moving Songs for Seeds from Club La Maison to Fred’s Footsteps, a nonprofit that offers financial relief to area families dealing with a seriously ill or disabled child. The organization is at 110 Ardmore Ave., Suite B, in Ardmore.
“We’ve had amazing success in the area and the families have really embraced us with open arms. We decided to open up in Ardmore so more of the Main Line can experience this amazing program,” Littman said in a press release. “It truly feels like a natural progression for the business and we already feel so much love from the Ardmore community.”
Fred’s Footsteps was the perfect fit, she said.
“Children are at the forefront of all we do, so this partnership is extra special to us,” Littman said.
Songs for Seeds features a full band — guitar, keyboard, and drums — in each 45-minute class, and introduces kids to shapes, colors, numbers, counting, animal sounds and global music. The emphasis, though, is squarely on parents and kids having fun together.
The company is open in Wayne through June 16, and then will officially open in Ardmore June 25. Littman is offering free trial classes on June 25 and 9:30 and 10:30 am; June 26 at 9:45 and 10:45 am; and July 7 at 10:15 am. Pre-registration is required.
The summer session begins July 9; if you register by May 31 you get a $25 early bird discount.
For more information, visit Songs for Seeds’ website.
Photograph courtesy of Songs for Seeds.