15 Reasons Why You Should Give Your Kids Music Lessons

15 Reasons Why You Should Give Your Child Music Lessons

Are you on the fence about whether or not to enroll your child in music lessons? Here are 15 reasons why you should give your kids music lessons!

1. All Kids Can Benefit to Some Degree from Music Lessons

Even kids who don’t grow up to be Mozarts can benefit! This includes children of all ages, backgrounds, and talents. While children have many different interests and abilities, the benefits listed here still apply. Here are some more reasons to give your kids music lessons!

Child with trumpet.
There are so many benefits to kids music lessons!

2. Music Lessons Boost Skills in Areas Beyond Just Music

You might think that learning music just leaves you with children who have music skills, but there are many areas that benefit children way beyond just being able to play an instrument or sing. These skills help children in a multitude of ways. From improved social and language skills to increased concentration, people who take music lessons have improved quality of life.

3. The Benefits of Music Are Long-Term

Like riding a bicycle, many things you learn from music classes stay with your whole life. While a child might forget certain specifics of music, the cognitive and other benefits remain into later childhood and adulthood.

Child at keyboard
The things kids learn in music lessons stay with them throughout life.

4. It Builds Discipline and Self-Control

Being able to play an instrument is no small achievement, and one that doesn’t happen without improvements in self-discipline and self-control — considered to be one one the most important traits for success in every area of life. You’ll be better at everything with more self-discipline.

5. Kids Music Lessons Sharpen Children’s Senses

Participating in music is a multi-sensory experience! A good musician has to use ears (to listen), eyes (to read music and pay attention to the instructor/conductor), and touch (to work the instrument). Every sense improves with practice, and this spills over to other areas that kids use those senses.

Kids with rhythm instruments
Making music sharpens kids’ senses!

6. Music Lessons Boost Children’s Language Skills

Not just because of singing, but the area of the brain that handles music includes language skills. When kids get better at music, they get better at language, too. Also, the self-discipline required to learn an instrument boosts overall learning capacity.

7. Music Is an Area of Learning With Immediate Feedback

When you are playing a piece of music, and you make a mistake, you know right away! It’s unmistakable. Few areas of endeavor have such amazing immediate feedback.

Child playing a keyboard.
Few things provide such immediate feedback as music lessons!

8. It Can Boost a Child’s IQ

All that increased cognitive ability from kids music lessons we’ve been talking about? It actually boosts IQ scores That’s amazing! While high IQ is by no means the only indicator of success in life, it is important.

Kids music lessons can provide boosts in IQ, math, and language scores.
Kids music lessons can provide boosts in IQ, math, and language scores.

9. Music Allows Kids to Express Themselves

Few things give children the opportunity to express themselves like music does. Kids love music, and music lessons help them do it better. In particular, kids who are more introverted or find difficulty expressing themselves in other ways can turn to music as a creative outlet.

Kids express themselves through music!
Kids express themselves through music!

10. Music Lessons Can Physically Improve a Child’s Brain

The increased concentration ability, self-control, and math-language skills that come along with kids music lessons are the result of actual physical changes in the brain — which is why these benefits are long-term.

11. Performing Music in Front of Others Helps Kids Become More Confident and Helps Them Overcome Shyness

The best cure for stage fright is practice at performing in front of others! And the earlier kids gain access experience doing this, the better. They learn that making music is fun, and not something to be intimidated by. A by-product of this is increased confidence in other social settings.

12. Kids Music Lessons Boost Math Skills

In addition to helping with language abilities, music lessons boost math skills. In particular, learning how to play a musical instrument has been shown to help kids do better solving math problems. Even listening to music during a math test seems to have some benefit!

13. They Boost Standardized Test Scores

Really! This effect has been documented in multiple studies. It’s almost incredible how something as seemingly ordinary as music lessons can do so much. And don’t forget…

14. It’s Fun!

Maybe we haven’t pointed this out enough yet, but music is fun. Music — performing it, listening to it, and learning it — provides enjoyment. Music makes kids happy!

So much fun!
So much fun!

15. Music Provides a Lifetime of Enjoyment

Unlike more physical activities, music isn’t something that requires great athleticism to perform and enjoy. Nor is it something most kids will “outgrow.” The benefits and fun of music lessons are here to stay for a lifetime.

So What Else?

Here’s a bonus reason to give your kids music lessons: we have them here at Grace Community School! That’s right: Grace Community School has music lessons! These are fun 30-minute sessions where students learn the basics of music theory and get experience with a variety of musical instruments, including piano. Learn more about Grace Community School kids music lessons here.

Further Reading

http://www.pbs.org/parents/education/music-arts/the-benefits-of-music-education/

http://www.childrensmusicworkshop.com/twelve-benefits-of-music-education/

http://www.wheaton.edu/CSA/Lessons/Long-Term-Benefits-of-Music-Study

Why Did Grace Community School Build New Playgrounds at Every Location?

Smiling child on playground
Look at that smile!

Hint: Your Child Will Love the Answer!

We’ve spent a lot of time and money over the past year renovating our playground areas and adding new playground equipment at each and every Grace Community School location. New playgrounds are expensive! Why did we do it? Take a look at the YouTube video above! I think it speaks for itself, but believe me when I say that seeing the joy on our students’ faces has made it all worth it. Your kids deserve outstanding play areas. Basically, we wanted playgrounds to match the quality of our educational programs!

Playground quote

These renovations have taken the better part of a year, but we are finally nearing completion. The last big playground piece was just completed at our Fort Myers location, and the kids are thrilled.

Beautiful new artificial turf at the Bonita Springs location.
Beautiful new artificial turf at the Bonita Springs location.
Stacks of padding waiting to be installed under our artificial turf.
Stacks of padding waiting to be installed under our artificial turf.
Playground padding
Safety first!

We could go on and on about the benefits of physical exercise and the importance of keeping kids moving, but it all boils down to this: we want our students to be happy. And you, our parents and grandparents, have made this possible with your support. These new playgrounds will give many years of enjoyment and education. We couldn’t have done it without you! Thank you!

One of the new playground sets at the North Fort Myers location.
One of the new playground sets at the North Fort Myers location.
Playground Panorama at the Golden Gate Grace Community School
Panoramic view of our newly constructed Golden Gate Grace Community School playground.

The curly slide!
The curly slide!
Doesn't that look like fun?
Doesn’t that look like fun?
Your kids deserve the best!
Your kids deserve the best!

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A Field Guide to Grace Community School Social Media

GCS Whale Surrounded by Social Media

Where can you find Grace Community School online? Pretty much everywhere! Here’s a few places you can find us online and reasons why you’ll want to connect with us there.

Bonus: How to Make Sure You Always Get a Notification When We Post on Facebook! Keep reading…

Facebook

This is our big one! We post here every day, with lots of photos especially on special event days. This is THE way to keep up on Grace Community School news. If you only follow us on one social media network, this is the one. Be sure to Like our page, and click on the Follow button. Check out these screenshots to make sure you are following us AND getting notifications so you won’t miss anything that we post!

[screenshot] Follow Grace Community School 's Facebook from your mobile device.
On your smart phone, click on the follow button on our Facebook page and change your settings so you’ll always get our notifications!
[screenshot] Follow Grace Community School's Facebook from your desktop computer.
Here’s how to follow and turn on Facebook notifications on your desktop computer.

Instagram

This photo sharing network is perfect for us! We love photos, and Instagram lets us share some of our best photography with you. It’s also a great way to keep up on school news and upcoming events. Follow us and be sure to turn on notifications as shown in the screenshots below so you won’t miss a photo!

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Follow us on Instagram, then click the three dots in the upper right-hand corner and turn on post notifications.

Twitter

Twitter is where you can find out about all that Grace Community School offers, along with news, photos, and videos. We keep our Twitter up to date constantly so you don’t miss a thing! You can also turn Twitter notifications on like in the following screenshots.

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Use the Twitter app on your smart phone to Follow us and turn on Tweet notifications!
;screenshot] Here's how to turn on Twitter notifications from your desktop.
Here’s how to turn on Twitter notifications from your desktop.

YouTube

We love creating and sharing videos of what your kids are doing at Grace Community School! Visit our YouTube channel and subscribe so you’ll get all our videos as soon as they are uploaded.

[screenshot] Grace Community School YouTube.
Your kids are the stars of our YouTube channel!

Pinterest

This is where we collect all the cool and useful stuff we find on the internet, including recipes, kids activities and art projects, home hacks, baby clothes, and more. Follow us to see all our collections!

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Pinterest is so cool!

LinkedIn

LinkedIn is the professional social/work network, and we’re here, too. Connect with us by following our company page and get our official updates and blog posts.

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Keeping it professional on LinkedIn.

Snapchat

Snapchat is where the cool kids are! Follow us for Snapchat Stories from our special events and school fun.

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BOO! Follow us on Snapchat.

Our Official Website

www.gracecommunityschools.com is our home base on the Web! Everything from the school calendar to monthly menus to downloadable supply lists to info about our special classes can be found here. It’s a super parent resource.

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Visit www.gracecommunityschools.com for in-depth info about our programs and all we offer.

Email Newsletter

Last but not least, many of our parents still prefer to receive school updates directly in their inbox via emails. We can do that! Just click right here and subscribe to our email list and newsletter. You’ll always know what’s going on with our comprehensive emails.

Laptop with email.
Email is still a great way to stay informed!

Did we miss anything? Are there any other social networks you would like to see Grace Community School on? Leave us a comment below to let us know!

What Does My Child Need to Sign Up for Pre-K?

Kids excited about sign up for Pre-K
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We’ve been getting a lot of questions lately about Pre-K and how to sign up for it, so here are some frequently asked questions and their answers.

Q: How old does my child need to be to go into Pre-K?

A: Your child is eligible for this year’s Pre-K if he or she has turned or will be turning four years old by September 1.

Q: When should I sign up for Pre-K?

A: The earlier the better! We have to run wait lists for Pre-K at many of our locations, so you want to make sure we have a spot for your child. That means sign up now!

Q: What will my child learn in Pre-K?

A: Short answer: at Grace Community School, a whole lot! We wrote a whole post about this! You can check that out here, but understand that a Grace Community School education is an incredible opportunity for your child. In particular, Our Preschoolers Can Read!

Q: What do I need to sign up for Pre-K?

A: It’s easy! You will need your child’s health records (immunization record and physical form), a copy of the child’s birth certificate, and our Pre-K enrollment form. You can download that here. Bring these items into the Grace Community School location of your choice.

Q: Are meals included in Pre-K?

Yes, and they are free! Breakfast, lunch, snacks, and drinks are provided free of charge.

Q: When does Pre-K start?

A: The 2017 school year starts August 14.

Q: What if my child is going to Kindergarten?

A: We have that, too! You can download the Kindergarten registration form here, and learn more about our Kindergarten program here.

Again, we are enrolling now for this year’s Pre-K program, and you should sign up as soon as possible. Download the Pre-K Sign Up Form here and bring it to your Grace Community School location.

Boost Your Child’s Learning With This One Thing

Happy Kids with SunglassesAs parents, we want to give our kids all the advantages we can. Sometimes the simplest things make the biggest difference. For example, there is a simple way to boost a child’s learning that is neglected by many parents but can make a huge difference, not just in a child’s education, but in nearly every area of a child’s life. This one thing:

  • boosts learning and mental well-being
  • helps prevent obesity
  • increases energy
  • reduces childhood illness and aids recovery from sickness and injury
  • builds stronger muscles and bones
  • increases life expectancy

Even better: this is something Grace Community School helps our students with automatically, and at no charge! This one thing is your child’s nutrition.

Is Food Really That Important?

Is the food your child eats on a regular basis really that important? In a word: yes. Food is fuel. You are what your eat. From ancient times we have known that food is vital to good health, just as important or more so than physical exercise. The World Health Organization estimates that almost half of all childhood deaths are linked to malnutrition.

"Better nutrition means kids who can tackle all the challenges of childhood with ease."

Even when it doesn’t endanger the life of a child, less-than-optimal child nutrition has a negative impact on kids — even affecting academic performance. Conversely, eating healthy foods and not skipping meals has been shown to boost test scores. Let’s not forget that kids who eat better have more energy to play and have fun!

Doesn’t That Cost a Lot?

Normally, eating healthy is not cheap. There’s a heated debate right now as to why healthy foods cost so much more than junk food. What’s a parent to do? Let us help!

Grace Community School offers FREE breakfast, lunch, snacks, and drinks. Our nutritious USDA-approved meals are prepared fresh onsite daily. For free. Better nutrition means kids who can tackle the challenges of childhood with ease. The result is kids who play better, learn better, are sick less often, and have more fun! Did we mention that it’s free?

Child nutrition
Child nutrition. Yes, it’s that important! (Image: Canva)

You Can Know Exactly What Your Child Eats at School

We keep Grace Community School parents informed of the latest school news and upcoming events with our website, social media, and email newsletter. This extends to our food program, too. You can always check out the month’s school food menu at this link.

I Want That!

The simple-yet-powerful technique of providing healthy meals for kids is a superb way to boost a child’s learning and increase the overall quality of life, including improved energy levels and resistance to illness. Again, this program is free at Grace Community School!

We provide this breakfast, lunch, snacks and drink program for all Grace Community School students ages one year and older. Not only does the free meal program benefit our students at school, but family life improves at home since parents do not need to spend time and money packing lunches. It’s a win-win situation! You’re busy. And we help by providing it all free! Learn more about enrolling your child in our programs at www.gracecommunityschools.com.

Does your child already attend Grace Community School? We will reward you for sharing the great news about a Grace Community School education! The Grace Community School referral program pays YOU to refer families to us, $100 at a time!. Click one of the share buttons below top share this with your friends, and make sure they write your name down as a referral when they come into any one of our nine convenient Southwest Florida locations.

Happy New Year!

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Let us help you with your New Year’s resolutions! Image: Canva

It’s a new year, and that means New Year’s resolutions! While we probably can’t help you with your weight loss goals, we may be able to help with some other stuff. Here’s how can Grace Community School help you be better this year.

Wait, Grace Community School Will Pay Me?

Getting the family finances under control is a critical resolution! We have worked hard to keep our prices as low as possible, including offering extra-low introductory rates for new students. We think being kinder is another great thing to aim for in the new year. Here’s how we can help: the Grace Community School referral program makes helping out friends and coworkers a piece of cake, and it helps you with your financial goals! Refer a family to any Grace Community School location, and once the child has attended for two weeks, you will receive $100 on your account! There is no limit to the number of referrals you can make. That’s right: we will pay you! That’s being kind to both yourself and others. The $100 referral is a great deal, and it’s even better because students at Grace Community School enjoy so much more than basic care!

There’s No Way All of That is Free!

When we list all the things you get at no charge as part of Grace Community School’s programs, people are often skeptical. All of that can’t really be free, can they?

But they are! We’ve even had people call us up and ask, “How do you do it?” The “freebies” offered at Grace Community School include free yearbooks, weekly photo program, twice-yearly school programs, free food, and non-denominational Bible Time.

Free yearbooks, and lots more!
Free yearbooks, and lots more!

To Your Health!

Maybe the number one New Year’s resolution people have is to live healthier. You’re on your own with that one, personally, but we can help your kids! All Grace Community School students receive FREE breakfast, lunch, snacks, and drinks. Our USDA-approved food program does so much! Kids who eat healthy meals are less at risk for getting sick and have more energy to play and learn. These benefits last long past childhood. In addition to tasty, healthy food, Grace Community School students enjoy physical exercise and our beautiful playground areas. We all know the importance of physical activity, and we make it fun for the kids!

Grace Community School playgrounds are designed to help our kids get plenty of physical exercise AND fun!
Grace Community School playgrounds are designed to help our kids get plenty of physical exercise AND fun!

New Year, New Fun For Your Kids

Have more fun in the new year! Learn something new! Your kids can do both of those things at the same time with Grace Community School’s special classes.

Karate students
Karate Class is one of the special classes we have at Grace Community School!

Grace Community School’s Karate Class helps kids build self-defense skills and discipline while getting exercise in a fun environment with an experienced instructor. Dance Class teaches the basics of ballet and jazz while improving coordination, motor, and social skills with an experienced instructor. Art Class gives your child a fun art experience and project to take home each week. Our students explore instruments and express themselves creatively in Music Class while they learn the basics of reading notes and rhythm.

We are enrolling now in these classes, so ask your location’s office for the sign-up forms!

Get Organized

Do you want to be more organized in the new year? Staying organized is tough for families. Do you have kids in elementary school? With the kids spread out all over the place, the day gets hectic. But wait! Grace Community School has before and after school programs — we pick up from many local public schools (you can find a full list on our location pages here). Instead of making multiple trips to pick up the kids in the afternoon, imagine getting all of your kids in one spot!

Grace Community School offers free before and after school transportation!
Grace Community School offers free before and after school transportation!

The Best Resolution A Parent Can Make

Money, health, fun, and organization are all wonderful thing, but let’s be honest: as parents, we make our kids the number one priority. Here is an excellent New Year’s resolution: “I want to do everything I can to help my kids succeed, now and in the future.” That is something worth doing. What is most important for a child’s future success? Some things stand out. These include having a loving family, support from parents, and something Grace Community School is famous for teaching: reading! We can help with that.

Reading is the foundation for every other academic pursuit. Without fluent literacy, all subjects are hard. Superior reading skills make even challenging academic topics approachable. The benefits extend beyond school, however. Kids who learn to read well and learn to read early do better in life in general and a love of reading provides a lifetime of enjoyment. Grace Community School’s phonetic reading program gives kids the tools they need to succeed.

The best new year's resolution
The best new year’s resolution!

Along with our advanced math program and the rest of our curriculum, our students participate in an unmatched whole-life education.

We thank you for giving us the opportunity to serve you and your children. Remember: we’re more than a school, we’re a family! We hope and pray that you have a blessed and happy new year!

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Merry Christmas 2016!

Grace Community School kids with Christmas presentsAgain: Merry Christmas! Another year has come to a close, and it’s been a great one here at Grace Community School. Our kids have been very busy, with our Christmas programs (see our Lee County program photos here, our Collier County program photos here, and our Port Charlotte program photos here), gift exchanges, and parties, but we have one more gift for you!

If a picture is worth a thousand words, how many words is a video worth? You tell us! This Christmas we’ve got three special videos the children made for just you posted below. Merry Christmas, and may God bless you throughout 2017!

“For unto us a child is born, unto us a son is given: and the government shall be upon his shoulder: and his name shall be called Wonderful, Counsellor, The mighty God, The everlasting Father, The Prince of Peace.” Isaiah 9:6

First, Gracie the Whale was able to make it out to our Naples Park and Golden Gate Christmas Celebration! programs this year, to the delight of everyone. These shows are so special we made a video to share with you some of the best moments from that weekend!

Second, while she couldn’t get to our other programs this time, Gracie the Whale visited all our other school locations. She sang Christmas songs with the children, gave out hugs and high fives, and spread holiday cheer. It was wonderful!

Finally, we had the kids say what was on all our minds: Merry Christmas to all of you! You are such a blessing to us, and we want to thank you for the opportunity to serve your families and the Southwest Florida community.

See you in 2017!

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What Will Your Child Learn at Grace Community School?

Grace Community School has a variety of advanced learning programs to help your child succeed!
Grace Community School has a variety of advanced learning programs to help your child succeed!

Nothing sets Grace Community School apart from other childcare centers more than our learning program! We want to give you a brief overview of the learning programs here at Grace Community School. Our program starts at age six weeks and continues through kindergarten, and so does the learning. First and foremost, we are far more than a daycare.

Instead of Daycare, Why Not School?

Most people think of daycare as mostly babysitting with some social interaction thrown in for good measure. This is pretty much true, but not here. That’s why we are Grace Community School, emphasis on school. Instead of just daycare, we are an educational facility. But that doesn’t mean we’re boring. Many people think that play and learning are mutually exclusive. This isn’t true!

Learning can be fun, and it has to be — for children to learn, they need to be interested.
Learning can be fun, and it has to be — for children to learn, they need to be interested.

Learning can be fun, and it has to be — for children to learn, they need to be interested. We do all our teaching with interactive games and fun activities. Each game and activity goes along with the week’s theme.

Infants and Toddlers

Grace Community School’s learning program for infants and toddlers starts with the foundation of helping the child know he or she is loved and will be taken care of. Safety — both physical and emotional — is our priority. This is the basis for our infant and toddler educational program. Our caring and loving caregivers use developmentally appropriate techniques to aid in growth and stimulation of our youngest students.

Our youngest students are learning, too!
Our youngest students are learning, too!

Activities for infants and toddlers involve:

  • story time
  • music and movement
  • verbal interaction
  • physical activity
  • visual stimuli

These activities help the students:

  • feel secure
  • learn to communicate verbally and non-verbally
  • develop gross and fine motor skills
  • build eye-hand coordination
  • develop socially and build trusting relationships with their caregivers
  • build problem-solving strategies
  • express their independence
College really can begin at two!
College really can begin at two!

As children grow and develop, they are ready for more advanced educational activities.

College Can Begin at Two

For children two years and older, we have our unique curriculum, College Can Begin at 2! This curriculum includes a special theme for each and every week of the year, and features dress-up days, parties, special events, art projects and themed learning activities.

College Can Begin at Two. Really! We start teaching kids as young as two years of age the basics of reading and math. The first group of letters our kids learn is the vowels — A, E, I, O, and U. But our students don’t just learn the letters; they learn the sound that goes with each letter along with a clue word to help kids remember everything. Once they learn the vowels, they tackle the next letter group and progress through the alphabet.

Learning certificates inform parents of their child's accomplishments and help celebrate them!
Learning certificates inform parents of their child’s accomplishments and help celebrate them!

There is basic math instruction, too. Our kids learn their basic shapes like circle, triangle, rectangle, star, and heart, along with their colors. Our curriculum covers positional words like up, down, inside, outside, and so on. As students get older and learn, we introduce more concepts. Learning progresses at each student’s personal pace.

Physical activity is important for child development!
Physical activity is important for child development!

Kids at this age continue to build their social and emotional skills, learning about feelings and how to resolve problems. They develop relationships with other children and the adults in their lives, including their caregivers. They are getting better at controlling their bodies. They need practice with writing and drawing. Daily directed writing practice is part of the College Can Begin at 2 program.

Children are learning to speak more and increasing their vocabulary. Story time, poems, and conversations with their classmates and teachers build language skills.

Some of the things integrated into the College Can Begin at 2 Curriculum are:

  • manners training
  • non-denominational Bible Time
  • art projects
  • letters and numbers of the week
  • work sheets and coloring pages
  • interactive learning experiences
  • individualized phonics and math instruction sessions
  • take-home learning certificates and books so parents can keep track of their child’s progress

Our Preschoolers Can Read

This isn’t just a catch phrase! When developmentally-appropriate teaching methods are combined with one-on-one phonics instruction, the result is kids who can read. That’s right; we use phonics. It works! We send books and certificates home to keep parents informed of their children’s progress and help them celebrate their achievements.

Check out this link for a more detailed look at our phonics program.

Mathematical Excellence

Similar to Reading Circles, Grace Community School Math Circles provide students with mathematical instruction. Just as with reading, we start with the basics. The “1’s Family” introduces children to the numbers 0-9. We build from there and add counting to higher numbers, object sets, and more advanced math concepts.

Click this link to learn more.

Special Classes

Our extracurricular classes are available, too:

The core Grace Community School learning programs, along with these special classes, make for a whole-life curriculum!

Find Out More

You can get more Info about our curriculum, learning goals, special classes, theme weeks, at www.gracecommunityschools.com.

Collier County Christmas 2016 Programs

Kids at the Christmas show
Our kids did a fantastic job!
Gracie the Whale
Gracie came to our programs!

Here they are, the photos from our Naples Park and Golden Gate shows! Enjoy, and don’t forget to like and share 🙂

Naples Park Photos

Golden Gate Photos

You can find the photos from our Lee County programs here.

From all of us at Grace Community School, we want to wish you a very Merry Christmas!

Lee County Christmas 2016 Program Photos

Christmas Sleigh RidersHere are the program photos we took at the Lee County shows! Just click the links below to go to the albums, and don’t forget to like and share. The kids did a fantastic job. Thank you to everyone who came out to the programs. Have a very Merry Christmas!

Remember, our Golden Gate and Naples Park shows are this weekend. We’ll see you there!

Fort Myers Photos

Bonita Springs Photos

North Fort Myers and Cape Coral Miramar Photos

Lehigh Acres Photos

Skyline Photos

See our Golden Gate and Naples Park photos here.

Our Christmas Celebration! Snapchat geofilter was very successful!
Our Christmas Celebration! Snapchat geofilter was very successful!