Helping Services, a leading nonprofit organization dedicated to empowering individuals and families, is offering Zumbini classes at the Decorah Public Library.
The next session will take place on Monday, June 15, at 10 a.m.., and will provide an opportunity for parents and their young children to bond, learn, and have fun together.
Zumbini is described as a dynamic early childhood program that combines music, movement, and play to promote physical, cognitive, and social development in children aged 0-4. Led by Helping Services Family Educator and certified Zumbini instructor Heather Ward, these classes offer a unique blend of music genres, educational activities, and lively choreography designed to captivate young minds.
Zumbini sessions will be held at the Decorah Public Library, located at 123 Main Street. Each class will last approximately 30 minutes and will include a range of interactive activities such as singing, dancing, instrument play, and sensory exploration. Through these activities, children will develop motor skills, language proficiency, spatial awareness, and socialization abilities while having a blast.
For more information or to register for the Zumbini classes, contact the Decorah Public Library at 563-382-3717.or visit their website at www.decorahlibrary.org.