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Children’s Party at G-Clef Academy To Feature Free Food, Entertainment and Face Painting in St. Thomas

CHARLOTTE AMALIE — An upcoming children’s party will feature free music lessons.

 The public is invited to G-Clef Music Academy for its 2018 New Year’s Children’s Party on Saturday, January 27, from 12:00 p.m to 5:00 p.m.

The party will be held at G-Clef, which is located in Mandela Circle, across from Wendy’s, upstairs of Cravin’ Crabs.

All children will enjoy free food, bouncy house, trampoline, face painting, and performances by G-Clef Music Academy students.  Children ages three to five can discover the wonders of music in G-Clef’s exploration room and children ages five to 14 can receive free music lessons; plus there’ll be discount offers on music lessons.

“Let’s face it.  Your children have been asking all last year for music lessons, but you’ve been too busy to address it,” James Gumbs Jr. the academy’s director said.  “G-Clef Music Academy, St. Thomas’ premier music school, has made it easy for you to discover which instrument your child will enjoy learning, while giving you a chance to be introduced to our great facility and staff.”

All children will enjoy free food, bouncy house, trampoline, face painting, and performances by G-Clef Music Academy students.  Children ages three to five can discover the wonders of music in G-Clef’s exploration room and children ages five to 14 can receive free music lessons. In addition, there will be discount offers on music lessons.

“We provide private and group music lessons in piano, guitar, drums, steel pan, voice, and violin,” Gumbs said.  “Music is proven to help your child get good grades in school, plus it’s an activity that builds confidence, relieves stress, and supports discipline. This is a new year’s resolution you just have to keep.  Parents, let’s make 2018 a great new year of music!”

For more information about G-Clef’s New Year’s Children’s Party, call (340) 344-6449 or visit www.gclefmusicacademy.com

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