What We Do
Mainly Music operates in a safe, caring environment.
We are a fun music group for parents and primary care givers to enjoy some time together with their children.
During school term our sessions run each Wednesday with the first one from 9.30 am to 10.30 am and the second commencing at 11.00 am until midday.
Throughout the morning, babies to pre-prep children develop gross and fine motor skills, language, imagination, mathematical and pre-reading skills as well as socialising with others.
It’s a lively thirty-minute music session, followed by morning tea and time for the children to play and for the adults to chat together.
Adults are provided with morning tea but parents and care givers are asked to bring morning tea for their child/children.
The Cost is $5.00 per family, per session.
Many of the songs we use are also available free on Spotify.
Alternatively, albums can be purchased from the Mainly Music website : www.mainlymusic.org
Come along and have a chat to the leaders or for further information contact the church office
Mainly Music Sessions: Wednesdays 9.30am and 11.00am. No need to phone first – just pop on down and join in with the fun. $5.00 per session.
We are all very grateful for the new shelter which meant that morning tea could be served outdoors. The shelter was made possible through a grant of $5000 from the Redcliffe Uniting Community Bequest Fund. Thank you!
Mainly Music is a fun music group for parents or primary care givers to enjoy some fun time together with their young child.
Mainly Music runs each Wednesday during school terms with two sessions – the first at 9.30 am and the second commencing at 11.00 am. Come along and have a chat to the organisers for more details or contact the church office.
Throughout the morning, babies to pre-prep children develop gross and fine motor skills, language, imagination, mathematical and pre-reading skills as well as socializing with others.
The volunteers at Mainly Music are happy because they now have their own computer. This was possible thanks to a grant of $1,227.90 from the McDougall Foundation which is auspiced by the Redland Foundation.
Having a dedicated computer will make it easier for the volunteers to plan sessions and store material used in the sessions, as well as for administrative purposes such as recording contact details for the families involved. This asset will contribute to community education and skills development.