Sing-Along at Home with Noe - Pay What you Can
In business since September, '16
Now you can experience our cozy, nature inspired class from the comfort of your own home! All you need to join us is a laptop, tablet or phone, and an internet connection.
KIND WORDS: (Thank You!) 🙏🏼
"Your beautiful voice and positive presence put a smile on my face and brought joy to our home in a real time of uncertainty and stress.” - Nisrene, San Francisco, CA
“Sweet, lovely, engaging, and heartwarming… Filled with lovely songs and gentleness. We hope to attend again.” - Thekla, Portland, OR
“We’ve known Noe for years now and just adore her and her magical class… I am brought to tears each and every class by the loving community and heartfelt music.” -Rebecca, San Francisco, CA
ABOUT OUR CLASS:
Noe's Garden (formerly known as Meadowlark Music Class) is a nature – inspired music class for children aged 0 - 5 with caregivers, led by acclaimed indie singer-songwriter Noe Venable. We sing songs from around the world. Play along instruments, puppetry, and our magical Celtic harp make this an experience the whole family will enjoy.
COST: This class is pay what you can. Suggested donation is $20.
If you are able to pay this amount for the class, please know that that is a great help to me in supporting my own family in this time, and I thank you.
If you are unable to pay this, I welcome you to join us for free, or pay what you can. To get this class for free, enter this code at checkout: LITTLESEAL
To pay a different amount than $20:
1) Register with the code above to join us for free
2) Send your chosen amount via
Paypal - firstname.lastname@example.org
Venmo - Noe-Venable
Thank you so much for supporting this offering, and letting us support you. It takes a village!
HOW TO JOIN US:
This sing-along starts at 10:00 AM Pacific Daylight Time. (West Coast time, USA.)
We'll be ready to receive you 10 minutes before class starts, so we can all get settled and say hello. 😊
To join, just click the link near the top of this message, right next to "Where."
If you've already successfully used Zoom before on this device, the software will automatically open when you click the link. If you've never used Zoom before, you'll first be prompted to download the software. This software is free, safe, and trusted by businesses around the world. (You're in good hands!)
After the software downloads, it will take you to our meeting.
You'll see a window with a green button to "Join Audio Conference by Computer."
Click this button, and that's it! You're in!
You may see yourself on the screen too, depending on whether or not your video is turned on. You can change this setting by pressing the button in the lower left hand corner of the screen, the one marked with an icon of a video camera.
Then you're good to go. ✨💛✨
IN CASE YOU’RE RUNNING LATE
If you're on time to our meeting, you'll hear me explain the following when we start.
However, if you're running late, and miss this intro, the following info may be helpful.
Zoom has two possible screen views. Speaker view shows me, the teacher. "Gallery view shows everyone attending, each in a little window. That's where you'll be able to see your child, and yourself. You can toggle between these views with a button in the upper right hand corner of your screen.
IN CASE OF TECHNICAL DIFFICULTIES
Always, if anything technical prevents you from joining us, whether on your end or on mine, please reach out by responding to me here via email. I care about you! Whenever you have a problem, I promise I'll do all I can to help get it sorted, including issuing you all necessary refunds or credit.
GETTING THE MOST OUT OF YOUR AT HOME SINGALONG!
I invite you and your child to participate however you can! If you have instruments at home, feel free to use them! In particular, I recommend having on hand
1) An egg shaker or shaker of your choice. (Spice jar works, too! Ideally plastic to minimize possible breakage. )
2) Something to wave. (A silk scarf, bandana, or even dish towel. Whatever you have on hand that you and your child can enjoy dancing around with.)
3) Something to bang. (A drum is great, but a pot with a wooden spoon works too!)
4) Your choice - Ukulele? Xylophone? There will be a point in the class where I invite you to play along with me, and that's a great time to bring out whatever wild card instrument you might have lying around!
5) A lovey. There will be a moment where I put a doll to bed and sing a lullaby. Your child can rock their lovey to sleep along with me. :)
All of the instruments above are optional. You don't need to have them to participate in class, but it's fun if you do!
SEE YOU SOON!
Wishing you and your family health and safety in this time, and I look forward to continuing to support your family with gentle, joyful music making!
And if you have any questions or concerns, don’t hesitate to reach out.
In Love and Music,
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