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Toddler Jam

  • Toddler Jam. Image by Sarah Walker.
    Toddler Jam. Image by Sarah Walker.
Toddler Jam
Event Information

Toddler Jam is packed with learning and fun for bubs and big people!  
 
Each class involves a mixture of dancing, singing, percussion, story-time and mindfulness. Music ignites all areas of a child’s development and helps them intellectually and socially too. Having a boogie is great for developing motor skills, while allowing your child to express themselves.  
 
Our class tutor, Razz, is a long-time member of the FCA community and is highly skilled at getting toddlers active and leaning through play, music and stories. Razz’s fresh and fun music selection sets these classes apart so that parents can get down too! Parents are welcome to join the class or have a rest while your bubs sing and play.  
 
After class, head to Footscray Community Arts reception and exchange your ticket for a FREE small coffee coupon – redeemable at precinct hot spot Myrtle Wine Café!

When:
Thursdays and Fridays, 10.30-11.15am
Term 3: 14 July – 16 September
Term 4: 6 October – 9 December
Ages: 9 months – 5 years old.

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Toddler Jam is presented as part of Footscray Community Arts’ Creative Workshops Program.

Date & Times
When

14 July – 16 September 2022

Venue
Footscray Community Arts
Cost

$20 per session
Ticket includes one free small coffee from Myrtle Wine Cafe.

Accessibility

Please contact urvi@footscrayarts.com to request access needs. 

Meet the Artists
  • Razz Rasmussen
    Razz Rasmussen

    Razz is a performer, musician and passionate curator of arts experiences for pre-school and primary school aged children.

    Equipped with a Bachelor of Music from Melbourne Polytechnic, and a Diploma of Public Art from RMIT, Razz believes in what art and music can bring to community, and what community can bring to life. With a profound love of children’s literature, Razz has recently begun to incorporate story telling in her toddler classes.

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