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It’s never too early in life to start making music, according to Café Music School owner Jennie Rempel.

Rempel is offering two classes for youngsters in Headingley running from Feb. 4 to March 25. The Munchkin Music class is for three- to five-year-olds and the Musical Theatre class is open to children aged six to eight.

"It’s a great chance for kids to get an introduction to a music class," Rempel said.

She has operated Café Music at 1517 Gateway Rd. in Winnipeg for five years, and said she’s seen how initially shy children gradually become more involved in music class.

The Munchkin Music class offers youngsters the chance to learn basic musical skills, dance movements and simple songs. The Musical Theatre class includes an introduction to guitar and piano, African drumming, singing, dancing and acting.

The deadline for class registration is Jan. 28 and online registration is available at www.mhrd.ca or by calling 204-885-2444 or in-person at the Macdonald-Headingley Recreation Office, 81 Alboro St., Headingley.

— Staff

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