We received this email from the school district yesterday, and I wanted to share this free deal with y’all.
If you are looking for something fun for the kids to try this summer, Staump Music School is offering a free month of voice, guitar, piano, or ukelele.
Have you been thinking about enrolling your child in music lessons? Now’s your chance to try it 100% risk-free!
What is a 30-Day Lesson Pass?
Their 30-day lesson pass is good for four 45-minute class sessions throughout one month! In other words, you will have one 45-minute group class each week for four consecutive weeks.
How do you sign up for a lesson pass?
Visit Staump Music School’s website here and complete the form.
Your child will get to experience the joys of music for an entire month, completely risk-free! We want to make sure your child truly enjoys their class & has so much fun they want to keep coming back!
This is a really fun opportunity, and if your kiddo has expressed interest in learning an instrument or singing, this is a great way to see if this is something they can get into and enjoy without committing to a lot of lessons (or money).
Thanks to Brooke from Crying Out Loud for the heads up on this sweet deal!
Weight Watchers and Panera are teaming up to give you one free month of MyPanera+ Coffee, a new monthly subscription for unlimited coffee.
Enter code WWCoffee at registration to redeem.
When you subscribe to MyPanera+ Coffee you get unlimited light roast, dark roast, hazelnut, iced coffee or hot tea for $8.99/month. ANY SIZE!
If you live near a Panera and drink a lot of coffee, this is a pretty good deal. If you do a drip coffee or hot tea 4 times per month at most coffee shops, you could have paid for a month of MyPanera+.
If you are staying in the cafe, Redeem your subscription once up to every two hours with unlimited refills while you’re in the cafe.
It’s been 3 years since our big guy was diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder. We work hard each day to spread awareness and acceptance in our local community and circle of family/friends.
You or someone you know is effected by Autism, whether you know it or not.
If you are looking for more information about Autism support for you or family/friends, I recommend:
The Autism Society- They have links to local branches, where you can find local support groups for moms, dads, and siblings. Most branches have monthly meet ups and events. It’s a great way to meet parents who are in the same boat you are!
National Federation for Autism Research- Based in San Diego NFAR has many great resources, including monthly Mom and Dad meet ups, where you can have a hot meal, network with other Autism parents, and listen to a speaker. They also have a fun program for kids 2-8 called Engage & Connect at Kid Ventures in San Diego.
If you are looking for a fun way to meet other special needs families and do a fun activity, iFly has a great All Ability Night. The San Diego location has it’s all Ability night on June 2, 2019.
Easterseals also offers assistance to families with kids on the spectrum, including respite, and help for caregivers.
Finally, here is my post: 5 Ways you can Help a Special Needs Mom.