The Kindermusik Connect Conference Series is all over now, the last of 10 ending yesterday in Cambridge, Ontario. Nearly 60 educators from across Ontario, Quebec, Nova Scotia and Alberta connected through song, dance, harmony and sharing at the Cambridge Connect Conference.
One of the most well-loved events was the Our Time demo. Thank you to Alisa Baranriz, Buffy Baker, Rachel & Trev McCann, Tammy Monteiro, Sandra Blatt-Arsenault, Erin Neath, Yvette Ford, Daria O’Reilly and Tracey Daunheimer-Bruni, who graciously donated their time on a beautiful Saturday morning and shared their adorable tots with us to help us improve our skills by observing master educator, Carol Stringham of Salt Lake City, Utah, lead the class.
Special thanks goes to all the breakout presenters, the organizing committee, the many volunteers, and Kindermusik of Cambridge staff, without whom this wonderful event would not have been possible.
Thanks too, to all the “Parentpreneurs” who made our Thursday evening reception a fun night of networking and connecting and helped raise money for The Joshua Walker Scholarship Fund. They include, Erin Machuk of Active MultiSport Physiotherapy, Jamie Cunningham of Action Coach Business Coaching, Tania Heinnemann of Yellowood Nutrition & Wellness, Tracy Riley of Funky Monkeys, Zelia Bester of Zelia Bester Photography Studios, Kristen Eaton of EcoBabies and Eaton Family Health Care, Amber Aird-Williams of Felt Designs, Corey & Meg from Offspring: A store for small people, Courtney Lee of GCS Graphic & Web Design, and Heather McNair Horsey of Sway Silver.
Pictured above, are all of the Kindermusik Educators who attended, jumping for joy outside of Heritage College and Seminary in Hespeler, where the conference was held. The motorcycle belongs to Milton educator, Pamela McAleese. It has the Kindermusik logo on it and a license plate frame that says, “Follow Me To Kindermusik”. What can I say…Canadian Kindermusik educators ROCK!!!