We introduced Songs for Seeds here a few months ago, when the award-winning children’s music program – founded in Manhattan in 2009 – was making its debut in Scarsdale.
Now, we have just heard, the program has really caught on, expanding from seven to 11 classes for its Winter/2016 schedule, which gets under way Jan. 4.
Owner Dana Goodman-Fisher of Scarsdale shares that the expansion is in response to the demands of parents from Scarsdale – and beyond.
In comments shared with WAG, Goodman-Fisher says, “Once we started Songs for Seeds last September, many moms from Scarsdale, lower Westchester and Southern Connecticut took our program viral via the Internet and mentioned it to their friends. We were thrilled, but overwhelmed by parental requests to sign up their children so we are now delighted to expand the program. We’re pleased with the program’s quick success but ecstatic for the children who are singing, dancing and playing instruments with our Songs for Seeds band.”
Morning and afternoon winter classes are open to children from newborn to age 6 and are held at Scarsdale Synagogue Temples Tremont and Emanu-El.
For more, visit scarsdale.songsforseeds.com.
– Mary Shustack